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Re: Ayurvedic diet is working to cure candida
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Re: Ayurvedic diet is working to cure candida

yeah, you have got to tweak the diet to work for you. Have you experimented with eating foods made from durum wheat flour? This type of flour is very low in gluten and generally good for health. The bread in India is freshly ground and freshly baked and unleavened, very good for health unlike toxic store-bought bread. I understand some people are avoiding grains and that is going to be up to you but grains like wheat and white basmati rice can be some of the most balancing foods especially vata types (vatas need foods that are comforting and palatable). With any foods that you eat, you have to take into consideration your level of digestive health, this is something that you won't get from just looking at websites and getting food recommendations. For example, milk and other dairy products is good to keep vata in balance but if you are already in a toxic state and vata is vitiated, your digestion will be severely impaired, in this state taking dairy products (except ghee) will be an extremely unwise choice because they are very difficult to digest. In this case, the dairy products will not be digested, will throw vata even further out of balance, further impair digestion, and increase toxins in the body. If you have difficulty with grains, try to add some slowly in moderation. Only food that you can digest will be beneficial to your body, everything else is toxic regardless of weather or not it is appropriate for your dosha.

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