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girl
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Have any of you ever done the BED diet?
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(It's supposed to cure Candida.)
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I did it. It helped my GI symptoms a lot.

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You did it? Good for you. I think it's really hard. Did it help any of your other symptoms? I'm hoping it will help my reactions to mold. (confusion, pin pricks on skin, etc.)
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I could use a cure!! I'm going to do the GAPS diet.

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I feel the best on it [Smile]
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Lymetoo, She *guarantees* it's a cure. But the diet is really hard. You have to stay on it 3 months to a year depending on the severity of your Candida. There are several phases to the Diet as well, along with 7 principles of healing (detox, enemas, etc.) so to do the WHOLE thing and do it right is a task. You could ease your way into by first cutting out gluten, then sugar, then dairy, etc. which you may already do. I need to learn more about the whole grains, quinoa, amararith, etc. that are allowed so I can get off all bad carbs completely. I am going to look into the GAP diet this weekend and look at the similarities/differences of the BED diet.

Last time, when I only did the BED diet for 2 months (and mediocre at that), my chemical sensitivities started going away. She also claims it helps many other types of immune dysfunction. I guess because so much of the immune is in the gut. [Smile] GOOD LUCK!

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I incorporated parts of it into my diet. I didn't have candida, but I was trying to heal my gut at the time.

I especially thought the ferments were a huge help. Food combining also improved digestion. I do better off grains though, and dairy has never been a problem for me. So, I wasn't on it 100%, but if I had had major problems at the time, I probably would have done it 100%.

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One of my best friends used it for her autistic son. She said it helped him a lot with GI issues.
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