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Marion78
Wednesday, February 7, 2007, 8:47pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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I'm about to embark on a candida cleanse.  I'm convinced that it is causing the majority of my problems.  I know what the supplement protocol is, but what dietary changes need to be made and for how long?  

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I'm about to embark on a candida cleanse.  I'm convinced that it is causing the majority of my problems.  I know what the supplement protocol is, but what dietary changes need to be made and for how long?  

Regards,
Marion


Have you looked at /read any of the candida threads in this forum?  There, many posters have outlined the steps they took to combat this issue.  

I think it's an individual issue, on how you want to approach it.  Some recommend cutting out all nuts, fruit and starchy veggies, while some feel that cherries and blueberries are okay, and that walnuts and pumpkin seeds are actually good on a candida diet.

Here's one recommendation for a candida diet:  

http://drcranton.com/elimination_diet.htm

It still needs to be adapted to your specific BTD food lists, meaning you still need to avoid Type O nonnie avoid foods that might be recommended on this program.


Knowledge is power.  SWAMI gives you the diet that will unlock the key to better health, and it's all based on your unique individuality.
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thats interesting, but i am wondering why is lamb ok and not beef?
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not according to blood type right?


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thats interesting, but i am wondering why is lamb ok and not beef?

My guess is the Dr. Cranton diet recommends to avoid beef either because beef can be an allergy source and/or that normal commercial beef is so full of chemical, hormones, antibiotics, etc. Both issues would add additional load on the immune system.

The lamb he recommended was from New Zealand or Australia because he claimed it  contains less chemicals and antibiotic residues.



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Marion, how you attack candida in my opinion has a great deal to do with what caused your candida in the first place, you can't kill the weed with out killing the root



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I'm pretty certain that I know what caused the candida.  Chemotherapy for one probably had something to do with it.  Loads of antibiotics throughout the course of my life.  I'm IgA deficient.  I'm a non-secretor that for 27 years ate a diet very high in wheat, potatoes, simple carbs, sugar, beer.  Lots of avoids.  

I'm sure that all of these things have contributed to my candida.  Other than watching my diet, I don't know what to do.  I do know that dealing with candida can make the diet much harder, because when you're not feeding the yeast sugar or simple carbs, it makes you feel horrible.  I'm sure many of you can relate to that.  

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Marion
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Okay, I'm going to give the D'Adamo candida protocol a shot.  It doesn't say anything about diet.  In other words, I'm assuming that fruit is off limits even the beneficial ones.  What about sweet potatoes?  Carrots?  Wine (I drink no more than one to two glasses occasionally anyhow).  What other refinements are necessary?

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Okay, I'm going to give the D'Adamo candida protocol a shot.  It doesn't say anything about diet.  In other words, I'm assuming that fruit is off limits even the beneficial ones.  What about sweet potatoes?  Carrots?  Wine (I drink no more than one to two glasses occasionally anyhow).  What other refinements are necessary?

Regards,
Marion


Here's my suggestion.  Try the protocol.  And, at the same time, concentrate on eating only Super Beneficials, and Beneficials as outlined in any one of the Health Series Books for a period of two to three weeks.  After that time, add in some neutrals.

See how you feel and see what happens.


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