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Re: Want to see if this is Right For Me (Advice!!)

Madison ·
Okay, so looking back, that post was a little too long... I think it would be easier.to just post my questions: 1. What macronutrients are recommended? Percentage of carb, fat, protein. 2. How many calories, carbs and sugar is recommended? 3. Will this diet help with weight loss even though I have already been eating healthy (stalled)? 4. How long will it take to see symptoms improved? Constipation, circulation, allergies, fatigue, bloating, digestion of fats, hypoglycemia... 5. Does the...
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Re: Want to see if this is Right For Me (Advice!!)

Tarilee ·
Hi there Madison, Welcome to the forum. I invite you to visit our welcome post to learn more about the products and information available here. Here is a post that addresses the very common question, "How long will it take me to get well?" When you look at the diet section (click on 'diet' above), you'll see we do not count carbs here, rather we look at the quality and impact of the foods and divide them into categories. Our instructions regarding the use of these categories are designed...
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Re: NEW, Stranded in the Jungle, what do I bring?

Tarilee ·
Hi there, Sounds like such an adventure. Wonderful, and you've got more going for you than many people would so I'm hopeful with you that you will indeed be able to make your trip this year. The Garden of Life Raw Protein Powder- beyond organic- is the one I've used. No sweeteners. No vegetables, lots of powdered sprouts. You'll be wise to use two or three different protein powders and rotate. Then again, I'd give some careful thought to replacements for the most problematic foods that are...
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Re: NEW, Stranded in the Jungle, what do I bring?

Tarilee ·
Hi Kriss, If you are free of cell towers and mostly free of electricity where you will be and if you have clean water, and can stay free of insect born diseases and the drugs you need to deal with them, you might be surprised how much you can heal in a natural environment. It sure would be good to avoid sugar though and perhaps the dried foods you'll have will be sweet? Do you have camping stores that sell dehydrated foods? Will you be with people who know how to wild forage and hunt in the...
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Re: NEW, Stranded in the Jungle, what do I bring?

kriss213 ·
We will be storing our most of our food in "the arc" - the place we will be using as a base camp. The powders should be fine, the bars may will prob only last 2 months. We will get most of our food in Nicaragua but much of my food will be taken with us from the states. Beans and rice are the big ones, we're not really doing much in the way of dry food because-like you said- its too humid to last that long. No camp stores, we'll be in a developing country and will have to travel into Port to...
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Re: NEW, Stranded in the Jungle, what do I bring?

kriss213 ·
I want to start now so I can be as healthy as possible. Plus, when I get back I'll be hiking the Appalachian trail for 4 months and I deff want to be in tip top shape for that. If worse came to worse I could put my trips off till next year but that might break my heart...
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Re: NEW, Stranded in the Jungle, what do I bring?

hope4eva7 ·
oh ive never heard of u bar im going to look that up myself damn mayb wait till u get home to really cleanse because the majority of ur diet should be veggies no fruit
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Re: NEW, Stranded in the Jungle, what do I bring?

Tarilee ·
It sounds like you're on the right track and that you're aware of your options when you get there. I would imagine there are only a handful of people in any society who actually know about gathering any wild foods but you might still find someone there if you have your ears open. The unsweetened Garden of Life raw powder vega brand protein powder are both good and will need extra dessicants. There are very few bars if any that are not loaded with sugar. For healthy starch, I'm not sure what...
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Re: NEW, Stranded in the Jungle, what do I bring?

hope4eva7 ·
hi i dont think there are any candida bars u can make ur own bread with coconut flour and also make ur own yeast free soup and eat alot of salad i dont know what type of food will be available to u and know u cant have lettuce but what about spinach ? u can make a salad with spinach tasty ,my plan is to eat only cocunut flour bread ,homemade soup and salad ,and eggs i am not doing this yet just trying to get over the overwhelming sweet cravings as well as adding anti fungals and proboitics
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Re: NEW, Stranded in the Jungle, what do I bring?

kriss213 ·
We wont be able to take any fruits or vegetables there with us but I will be able to get cabbage once in a while. Besides that I pretty much have to eat the rice and beans because my doctor is calling my condition a yeast sensitivity not candida (even tho I'm 100% sure its candida) and is allowing rice and most beans in my food list. I will look into the coconut flour and if I can bring it. Thanks for the advice!
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Re: NEW, Stranded in the Jungle, what do I bring?

kriss213 ·
I did find something called YOU BAR that I was thinking of bringing as well as THE ULTIMATE MEAL shake. Both are candida friendly so I can live off those for a while.
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Re: NEW, Stranded in the Jungle, what do I bring?

kriss213 ·
Thanks Tarilee! I have been fasting on and off for 3 years. At my absolute worst, when I had no Idea it was candida and I was just one big swollen, acne, dermatitis, severe allergic reacting mess, I turned to fasting. It helped a lot, I just have trouble with the re-feeding part of fasting. I think maybe a wheatgrass fast if water fasting healing crisis gets to be to hard on my system. I did not know they had a unsweetened Garden of Life! I noticed the sugar and asparagus,carrots, and other...
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Re: Likely have Candidiasis, suggestions?

Tarilee ·
Hi again SS, It sounds like you have an extraordinarily aware MD. In Canada you'd have to pay a fortune for access to someone like that. And so many people have limited US coverage, I'm very glad to hear of the help you have right now. The alternative coloured font in my post to you above indicates links to other posts online. If you look at the FAQ sections (at top for diet) and within the forum sections FAQ's as well ( protocol FAQ's especially ), you'll find a lot of helpful information...
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Re: Likely have Candidiasis, suggestions?

Sick of Being Sick ·
Thank you, Tarilee. I feel very blessed to have found my current Allergist. I am getting better every day - except due to yesterday's treat of an ice-cream like banana and strawberry coconut milk, almond milk mixture with sugar I am doing great! That set me back a lot it seems. I becomes anxious, irritable, joint aching in my ankles and toes, upper body rashes all over, sinus problems, bathroom problems, etc. So I definitely am now avoiding all sugary/carby substances. I am not even taking...
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Re: Likely have Candidiasis, suggestions?

Tarilee ·
Hi there, Welcome to Whole Approach! Your history seems to describe increasing levels of sensitivity and issues with digestive, immune systems and your nervous system. This is a general observation and not meant to be any kind of diagnosis. Reducing candida and other pathogens in your system, boosting your nutritional health, detoxifying (including colon cleansing), and supporting your immune system will help you feel a lot better. With complex health stress, it is difficult to know what, if...
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Re: Likely have Candidiasis, suggestions?

Sick of Being Sick ·
A rare level of diagnostic care? Possibly. My Allergist was able to take my call today (huge shock!) as I was asking to go to a once daily dose of Diflucan versus staying on the weekly. But he does seem to think that all of the things I am experiencing can be related to Candidasis and/or die-off from it. My blood pressure has been extremely high on and off for a while apparently, and I mentioned it to him that I had to take one of my lisinopril because it was so high I was scared. But then I...
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NEW, Stranded in the Jungle, what do I bring?

kriss213 ·
Hey, I just found out I have candida. I am going to Nicaragua to do humanitarian work in a month and it looks like a lot of the foods we'll be eating down there  are foods I can't have. I dont know what to do. I'll be there for 4 months...
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Likely have Candidiasis, suggestions?

Sick of Being Sick ·
I have been dealing with many food allergies which I didn't even know I had my entire life. I've gained significant amounts of weight over my 30 years and now sit at 325 pounds where 382 was my highest and my "normal" typical weight was 373 pounds for...
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Want to see if this is Right For Me (Advice!!)

Madison ·
Hello everyone! I want to start off by saying that everyone's progress is so encouraging and I hope that my own journey to health will be so rewarding and successful as all of yours! Background history:I just got off of a 4 year period of...
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Module #5 Food Combing for Health

Tarilee ·
Food Combining Food combining is a diet strategy designed to lighten the load on the digestive system by combining specific foods that utilize complimentary digestive efforts in order to break them down. People with candida overgrowth often experience a reduction in digestive efficiency. This strategy can be helpful, especially during recovery from candida issues. Food combining is really more of a "food separation" theory. It is centered on the position that sugars and starches require a...
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Two Steps Healthy, One Craving Back

Linda WholeApproach ·
Navigating Dietary Challenges with Systemic Candida by Tarilee Cornish, Certified Nutritional Practitioner Many an impassioned healthy diet has been defeated when we are blindsided by persistent or powerful cravings. If we are not prepared for this inevitable experience, especially on a candida diet, a formidable craving can topple our resolve. Wisdom tells us that when we yield to temptation, temptation grows. This is definitely true of unhealthy food cravings. Indulgence in misguided...
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Whole, Natural, Healing-Food Candida Diet

Linda WholeApproach ·
The Whole Approach Candida Diet is a healing, low-glycemic diet planned around hypo-allergenic foods that do not promote yeast growth. The Whole Approach Diet emphasizes highly-nutritious and easily digestible foods. The preferred foods help to clear mucous and reduce inflammation, while minimizing or avoiding foods that don’t support candida cleansing. Abstinence from hard-to-digest foods, allergens, contaminants or additives, helps encourage intestinal healing and whole body...
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Candida Related Complex and Food Allergies

by T L Cornish, Certified Nutritional Practitioner CRC (Candida Related Complex) contributes to suppressed immune and intestinal health, which can result in an increased vulnerability to allergic disorders. Reactions to a wide variety of foods, chemicals and seasonal allergens are common. With compromised immune function, digestion and/or intestinal integrity, adverse reactions to benign food substances can be particularly overwhelming. Most of the sensitivities that may develop during the...

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