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if i have candida, being type O, should i NOT eat nuts? thinking, i SAW walnuts as an ingredient in an anti-candida supplement.
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those are fine!


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what about the beef? i don't want to drop that one.
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i SAW walnuts as an ingredient in an anti-candida supplement.


This was probably the hulls of black walnuts.


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what are the hulls?
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beef and walnuts are fine
the husks are the shells


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what are the hulls?


The hull is the outer coating over the shells.

When you harvest your own black walnuts the hulls stain
hands, clothing, anything that comes in contact with them.

Here are some pages that discuss the hulls.

http://www.organicnutrition.co.uk/products/indherbs/herb-blackwalnut.htm

http://www.healingdaily.com/colon-kidney-detoxification/parasites-getting-rid.htm


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I'm pretty sure that candida feeds on sugars and yeasts.
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I'm pretty sure that candida feeds on sugars and yeasts.


you are correct...........



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And dairy. And alcohol.  And vinegar.  Anything that can ferment, yeast feeds on.  
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And dairy. And alcohol. And vinegar. Anything that can ferment, yeast feeds on.



My mom's an O and had candida.  She met somebody who's wife had it as well.  Her cardiologist recommended drinking 1/2 glass (4oz) of red wine nightly.  Believe it or not but it has helped them both.
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My mom's an O and had candida.  She met somebody who's wife had it as well.  Her cardiologist recommended drinking 1/2 glass (4oz) of red wine nightly.  Believe it or not but it has helped them both.


helped them with what? the cardio recomended the wine for candida?
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yes


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Lola,

Yes?  Meaning that the red wine is good for candida?  I've heard red wine described as "candida in a glass".  Can you please clarify.


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I mean yes to your question.
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My mom's an O and had candida.  She met somebody who's wife had it as well.  Her cardiologist recommended drinking 1/2 glass (4oz) of red wine nightly.  Believe it or not but it has helped them both.

dw will have to clarify this for us....


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Hello,

I have candida, had it tested and confirmed some months ago now.

re : nuts , they are fine but preferabley freshly cracked or in well sealed packets (organic is always better than not)

re : meat , again organic pref. antibiotics that are fed to livestock in their food can seriously aggrivate it. In fact antibiotics are one of the biggest causes of candida. My therapist tells me that trying to deal with it by using just diet or just supplementation rarely works. You can't starve it, it is very patient and can eventually then latch on to proteins.

Steve.


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you have seen the online protocols, right?
http://www.dadamo.com/protocols/index.htm
specially this one
http://www.dadamo.com/protocols/30.html


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I mean yes to your question.


Lola, yes to what question please? I got lost



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Lola,

Yes?  Meaning that the red wine is good for candida?  I've heard red wine described as "candida in a glass".  Can you please clarify.


IB,
I was answering Debbie s question.....but that was ages ago!!! lol


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IB,I was answering Debbie s question.....but that was ages ago!!! lol


this one?

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Lola,Yes?  Meaning that the red wine is good for candida?


I'm trying to find out if red wine is good for getting rid of candida. If it is, I'll be happy to have a glass.  



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I can understand milk being a no-no for treating candida, but what about cultured dairy products?  If so, why?  I really don't want to give up my cheddar and muenster.
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I hear ya.  Wondering the same thing (different cheeses).


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Apparently mom has a big candida problem too.  She is considerably over-weight, sugar craving, tongue coating for a long time, and had her gall bladder removed years ago because of repeated infections.  If her doctor has it right, she is A+, and probably is a warrior.
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IB,
pls read the whole thread......someone mentioned red wine being good and thus my answering the question affirmatively, due to what was said.

I have no candida issues and now red wine for me is a toxin! sigh!!


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