QUOTE: "I agree with you.
To make the colon more acidic, eat animal proteins and take plant enzymes. Plant foods alone cause the colon to get too alkaline, resulting in too much bad bacteria.
Now I need to clean my colon and change my diet. I hope it doesn't take me a long time to do so. My body is fussy about what I eat now. If I eat one gram too much carb, IO get a very sour taste in my mouth and I see cobwebs in the toilet often.
I'm looking to clean my colon with daily enemas for a while."
I take plant enzymes and HCl with each meal/snack... and I eat at least 30% of my diet as protein (chicken, rice protein powder, nuts, eggs, occassionally fish). Yet, I'm still alkaline.
Grains (gluten-free, of course!) are acidic and not alkaline. That's why I have a hard time comprehending why all grains should be eliminated on a candida diet. I know they convert to sugar, but so does ANY type of carb, veggies included. Plus, whole grain brown rice has less Sugar
than many veggies do. The fiber is good for grabbing toxins as well. And, the body will convert protein into sugar...so is limited carbs/grains really beneficial? Any thoughts on this?