Crystal J Hawthorne, LMT
There are a series of different “diets” I combine to promote a healthy gut. All disease begin in the gut. Here are the different ways I promote a healthy gut:
First I cleanse my colon. You want to clean out any toxins in your body and just start off with a clean sleight. I use different colon cleaners but the one I use the most is Oxy-Powder by Global Healing Center. It’s all natural and its oxygen based. I also drink lemon water during the time of my colon cleanse.
Then, elimination of foods. I eliminated:
The idea of food combining is that fruits, vegetables, proteins and starches digest at different lengths of time. Different food need different amount of enzymes. Some need an acidic environment and some need an alkaline environment to be digested. Incorrect food combining can cause gas, indigestion, bloating, weight gain and can feed candida.
Here is a chart that shows how to do food combing in a nutshell (from http://thechalkboardmag.com/food-combining-6-common-raw-food-combos-that-wreak-havoc-on-your-health):
Here are the food combining basics:
Promote the good bacteria in your gut which are called probiotics:
I use different types of probiotics, this way the candida won’t get used to one and adapt. I use Fivlac and Latero-Flora.
Here are just a few signs that you have candida overgrowth:
How to fight this TERRIBLE occurrence:
If you have candida overgrowth a plant based diet, candida cleanse (natural anti-fungal pills) to kill the yeast, probiotics and colon cleanse will help to fight the candida overgrowth. I use different types of anti-fungal pills for the same reason I use different probiotics, so that the yeast doesn’t adapt to one.
Even if you don’t have an overgrowth, I’d suggest once every few months to do a candida cleanse for a month.
I use Mycozil and Purely Holistic Candida Cleanse.
The soil is depleted, therefore the food is depleted of nutrients. You can’t get all of the vitamins you need from the food. Research some natural supplements you could take to meet the suggested daily intake.
Please note: I am not a certified nutritionist and make no claims to the contrary. Each individual’s dietary needs and restrictions are unique to the individual. Information is provided based on my experience alone. You are ultimately responsible for all decisions pertaining to your health.