I took a trip from nevada to new york and then back again. During the way I ate LOTS of granny smith green apples. The most I ate in one day was probably 11. Now, clearly they have a lot of vitamin C (acid) and yeast hates the acid environment. BUT, at the same time, they contain roughtly 14-16g sugar, which yeast loves. Now my question is, do you think that 14-16 grams Sugar is based on RIPE granny smith apples, rather than green ones? Clearly the green apples have less Sugar and more acid, but how much sugar is the question. And do you think that the sugar is almost irrelevant since the acid content is so large?
Regardless, I think my experience with eating lots of apples was definitely positive for my health and possibly positive against candida, but I'm wondering if anyone else has experience with eating them vs. candida.
Just did some research and YES, you can eat green apples during a candida diet. I highly recommend them because they are something to eat, for one thing, but mainly because they make me feel good and they are improving my health.
Apples contain pectin- one a day is a good habit. Plenty a day will cause a small Liver Flush (green poo) but as far a small liver fluches are concerned the cleansing salad works better:http://curezone.com/blogs/f.asp?f=308&t=66382
Keep listening to your body like this.... you have good hunches.