Pseudomonas aeruginosa is a type of bacteria that is commonly found in people that are quite unwell. It can also be found in people who are less ill but not entirely healthy. I have seen Pseudomonas in quite a few of the stool tests I’ve ordered over the years.
If you are dealing with Pseudomonas aeruginosa in your stool, paying attention to your diet is essential. You should be eating healthy foods while avoiding sugar, candy, takeout, alcohol, and soda drinks. Sugary, processed foods allow harmful bacteria, including Pseudomonas, to thrive.
Some of the healthy foods I recommend in this situation are:
· Green, leafy vegetables
· Lean proteins
A healthy diet, in this case, is more about what you need to take out, rather than what you need to put into your meal plan. In other words, get all the “shouldn’ts” out of your diet and keep all the “shoulds.”
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Following a proper, basic diet like the Candida Crusher approach, is an excellent idea. The Candida Crusher diet will allow you to maintain a healthy microbial balance in your digestive system without any problem. It will allow the beneficial bacteria to gain the upper hand over the harmful bacteria, Pseudomonas included.
I highly recommend checking out my YouTube videos on healthy eating. Those videos will provide a lot of guidance about healthy and not-so-healthy diets.