Re: Grains VS Starchy Vegs: Leaky Gut VS Candida by jhan ..... Candida & Dysbiosis Forum
Date: 12/1/2014 7:08:47 PM ( 7 years ago ago)
The key is to listen to your body, feeding candida is one issue - being intolerant (fatigue following absorption) another.
It is not gluten free grain but low-carb grain you should eat: millet quinoa buckwheat.
Oats are no-no on the diet - brown rice can be tolerated when your candida is no longer severe.... but it causes constipation and therefore it is important to watch for it,because constipation causes havoc (enemas are a solution). Quinoa is ok- but not if you crash after eating them - which means you have developed an allergy. In the porcess of trying to heal from candida your immune system struggles to find the culprit and sometimes- makes mistake - especially so with food you eat on a daily basis.
L-Arginine and vitamin B are supplements we may develop a deficiency.
L-Taurine deficiency will cause brain fog. So will constipation (enemas solution).
Marshmallow root tea.
1st make sure you have identified the food you react to - and stop eating them. Start with raw veggies and evaluate food one at a time to see if you react to any of them. Once you know which food is okay you are ready for the next step.
Second the leaky gut issue should be dealt with - you may attend the forum here at Curezone for good tips. Here is an old post of mine on the topic: //www.curezone.org/blogs/fm.asp?i=976142
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