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From: Dominic (143.236.148.217)
Subject:         Re: fibromyalgia/Raw
Date: November 6, 2011 at 11:03 am PST

In Reply to: fibromyalgia/Raw posted by Linda on April 29, 2008 at 1:09 pm:

First off I would like to say that you don't need to consume much protein at all. I was wary at first to cut meat out of my diet but after a week of vegan my digestive system felt great after years of indigestion. It was almost like lifting a weight or burden off my body. The truth is your body makes it's own protein. Just think about it; how do you think protein gets into animals to begin with. As long as you eat a decently balanced diet your protein requirements will be met.
I'm guessing the reason you struggle with candida is that your body is overly acidic. try eating more raw food. raw veggies are one of the most alkalizing thing you can eat. Note: most raw fruits are not acidic; also fat is your friend.
I used to struggle with acidosis. Now that I've got it under control I feel much better and have a mental clarity like never before.
The diet that I've been on for the last two months has given be complete mental and physical satisfaction. I start the day with a lot of fruit with two or more tablespoons of flax meal. For lunch I have a few pieces of fruit, a handful or two of nuts, some celery and carrots. Lastly for dinner I'll have plenty of starches to satisfy me as well as a large salad.

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