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Does Candida Die-Off cause severe bloating, especially after eating vegetables?

I’ve been experiencing terrible bloating from most of the vegetables I’m eating, and I have no idea what this means. Is it a Candida symptoms or a die-off symptom? And why does it happen only when I eat my vegetables?
asked Sep 7, 2013 in Die-Off by Heaven Troche

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Green vegetables are very easy to ferment, and the toxins which the living and dying Candida excrete result in the fermentation of some of the food particles which are left in the stomach for an extended length of time because of stalled digestion which is so common with both a Candida overgrowth and leaky gut syndrome. Certain vegetables are more fibrous than others, and these particular vegetables, usually green ones, would be the very vegetables that are easily fermented. This somewhat unnatural process of fermenting vegetables would result in gas and bloating.

To cure the problem, you don’t want to stop eating vegetables of course because you need the nutrients and fibers in green vegetables to help you to bring your infestation under control. Taking liquid alcohol-free Swedish Digestive Bitters before your meals dropped on the back of the tongue, and Betaine Hydrochloride pills taken after your meals will usually help the problem significantly. You only need one half of a dropper of the Swedish Digestive Bitters and not the amount recommended on the label, but for the Betaine Hydrochloride, follow the directions on the label.
answered Sep 7, 2013 by Sean Knows About Candida (1,540 points)