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Hello, this might be a silly question, but I began the Yeast/Fungal protocal today. Dr. D'Adamo recommends taking 1-2 capsules of the some of these supplements twice a day. My question is how do you determine if you should take one or two? Does it matter?
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try a week with one and up if necessary or stay with that amount.
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I'm not eating any fruit, but I still do eat sweet potatoes (in moderation), carrots, parsnips, and rarely rice. I'm really working on getting my candida under control. Are the starchy veggies that I've listed not good to eat while on a candida cleanse? I figure I do need some carbs.
Marion 78 the carbs you may get out of the green leafs or green veggies...better than normal carbs like pasta, breads etc...my roostersis Debra eats without any added grains.....but even for the nonnies its is in smallest amounts ok...but she is better without any of em....even rice...nothing .....tried this too, but that won't work for me, just do some basmatirice ....and I feel good with it
Regarding supplements: I second the opinion to start with the smaller recommended amounts and go from there.
As far as starchy vegetables go, experimentation is key. To see if a vegetable is giving you trouble, take it out of your diet for a week, then add it back in and see what happens. I found out that sweet potatoes can cause problems for me along the same lines as rice or other grains, so I limit my intake. Same with other root vegetables. I do better with greens like kale and collards, broccoli, summer and winter squash and pumpkin, and onions and garlic.
Experiment and see what works for you and what doesn't. We're all different, and one of the best features of the BTD is the way it sees us as individuals within the larger group of blood type.
Everyone is entitled to his or her informed opinion. --H. Ellison