What Can You Eat To Heal?

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erin vaughn November 4, 2012 at 02:04

Hi Sandra, I weigh 110 and I lose weight easily, If I do the detox I know I will shrivel away. I have done a cleanse in the past 6 months and I have been eating healthy and I have been taking the betonite detox every day for about a month to control my acne. I was on antibiotics for 10 years for it. Can i skip the cleanse and just do the 2nd phase for an extra week?

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Sandra November 4, 2012 at 22:00

Hi Erin, yes you can skip the cleanse. But try and do regular 1 day fasts, every 1-2 weeks. That shouldn’t impact on your weight too much and will give your body the best chance to heal. Easier said than done, I know…, but it would be really good.

It is virtually impossible to gain weight in phase 2 I’m afraid. The only thing you can do is to use lots of healthy oils like coconut oil & flax seed oil and eat oily fish. That will help you to at least keep your weight.

In phase 3 it will get a bit easier not to lose weight since you can start eating calorific foods like pancakes :-)

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Anna Mifsud February 24, 2014 at 11:30

Hello good people, i have a bit if confusion as i have candida, and i am vegetarian, and i am taking Hormone tablets as i am hypothyroid. So certain veggies i cannot Eat,…. Can any One give me a Weeks meal Plan so i adjust pls. Cos i am Kind of feeling hungry. Thank you.

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Sandra February 24, 2014 at 11:42

Hi Anna,
it’s not easy to do the Candida diet if you’re a vegetarian. You would probably need to drink smoothies with protein powder to make sure you are not losing too much muscle mass. Feel free to pick out the recipes that you can eat from my menu plan here:

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Julia March 18, 2014 at 17:48

Sandra
Could you please seen me another copy of the Candida safe food list some how I missed mine. Thank You so much.

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Sandra March 20, 2014 at 13:34

Done :)

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Jessie July 16, 2014 at 14:58

Hi,
I just purchased your ebook and I am so happy to have found it. It is so positive I am almost looking forward to the diet.

I was wondering if eating veg, brown rice, lean protein is enough of a cleanse? I am a nursing mama. My little one is 4mo old and has had troubles with yeast since 4weeks. It really made me realize how off balance my system is! So this diet is not only for my benefit.

Also can I continue taking the supplements I am currently using? They are prenatal vitamin, vitamin d, omega 3, calcium, and garlic.

Thanks you,

Jessie

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Sandra July 16, 2014 at 19:31

Hello Jessie, thanks so much for purchasing the e-book and for getting in touch. It’s lovely to hear from you and congrats to your little one :-)
It is quite common to get yeast trouble after giving birth with all the hormones going haywire… It’s great that you’re nursing though as this will strengthen the baby’s immune system. It’s important that you eat a well balanced diet with tons of organic vegetables, whole grains and protein. You need extra energy. Now is not the time to do a cleanse. So definitely skip the fast. But I really wouldn’t stick to a diet as such either. I’d just avoid processed foods and sugar. I think it’s probably better for the baby if you still have a little starchy veg and berries every now and again and perhaps some homemade yeast free bread. Might be worth double-checking with a naturopath or nutritionist. The vits sound good to me, I could imagine a probiotic to be good, too, but again I have no nutritional qualification to give you advice. Just as important as the food you consume is how relaxed you are. So don’t worry about what to eat too much. Just make sure you get as much rest and sleep as possible :) All my best

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