QUOTE: "Something that gets often forgotten with the Bee Wilder diet is the fact that many people are battling chronic candida with heavy metal exposure in the body. Many people may find that they react to high sulphur foods which often contribute to feeding yeast. Mercury toxic people often find that they just don't do well with high sulphur foods at all. Garlic, eggs, cabbage, broccoli etc ... all can produce negative responses from within the body, especially when you chelate. Yeast feeds from sulphur foods and both these diets have foods that won't benefit those with candida. Most of these diets are just maintenance and never address the underlying problems with the individuals health."
REPLY: Very good point. I know I react to sulfur foods, as well as any supplement that helps with methylation (my methylation system sucks majorly). So, will Bee's plan make things worse?
Would SCD or GAPS be better for someone with high mercury and sulfur sensitivities? Garlic, eggs, and other sulfur foods give me major gas, indigestion, and sometimes bloating and cramps. Is this a sign of die-off or a sign of sulfur sensitivities...or a sign that I am making my infections worse? (I have candida parapsilosis and over 7 bacterial infections like aeromonas, citrobacter, klebsiella, proteus, staph....)
Which diet (scd, gaps, bee) would u recommend? or, do u have other diet advice u would suggest?
here is what I am currently eating:
4oz homemade leafy green juice
1 rice cake topped with 1 TB coconut butter + 1/2 TB almond butter + 2.5 TB nutritibiotic rice protein powder (mix in some water to make it into a spread)