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Re: MMS, Candida, Heavy Metals
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Published: 12 years ago
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Re: MMS, Candida, Heavy Metals

The diet can be a complicated question with different people who have different opinions about which foods are OK and which are not.

Here's a nutshell view:

A strict anti-yeast diet is a royal pain, but it's vital for controlling yeast. The diet is basically a no carbohydrate and no mold diet (really it's not a no carb diet because a lot of foods which are OK have a small amount of carbs in them). It's basically a meat and most vegetables diet (generally speaking green vegetables are fine). Sugar and mold both feed the yeast, so they must be avoided. Potatoes are definitely off the diet as are grains (there is a difference of opinion about brown rice and carrots though. I always reacted badly to carrots as did a friend of mine, so I consider them off-limits). Honey, fruit, milk products, coffee and black tea are also not on the diet. Green tea is OK in moderation (unless you have a problem with the caffeine, for example). Nuts are not because they attract mold.

All vegetables (and green tea) should be rotated. You can eat the same vegetable for every meal for one day, but don't eat it again for 4 days (starving yeast is very adaptive. It figures out how to eat vegetables it couldn't before if it's exposed to it often enough).

Eating out is not easy on the diet, and traveling would be difficult. I managed to travel in other countries by staying in places with kitchens, so I could cook for myself.

If you follow the diet strictly, about 4 or 5 days would tell you if it's working or not.

If I were you, I would concentrate on controlling the yeast if your symptoms are intolerable. If you can live with the symptoms, then take care of the metals, and the yeast will likely take care of itself (or at least it has in more than a few cases I know about).

If your metals are off the chart, then you might be better off, at least at first, with a more gradual chelating method, like the Cutler Protocol. Too much chelating too quickly could overload your body's ability to remove the metals, especially with such high amounts. Eat foods which encourage your body to produce glutathione (you can find a list online). Drink a lot of water, and visit a sauna regularly while chelating.

I don't know if you have silver fillings, but you need to replace them first if you are going to chelate.

Good luck!

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