I had a viewer ask the following question, “Can I eat yogurt and unpasteurized goat’s milk or curd on stage two of the Candida Crusher diet? I’ve just completed two and a half weeks on the MEVY diet.”
Goat’s milk yogurt is generally less allergenic than cow’s milk. In a very, very tiny percentage of people, goat’s milk can cause a problem. However, most people can tolerate goat’s milk products just fine.
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If it is a new food for you, proceed cautiously. I wouldn’t introduce goat’s milk yogurt yet if it is an entirely new food for you. You are probably better off waiting a while and focusing on food and beverages that aren’t new to you. Remember, you are changing the environment in your gut. You’re changing your intestinal bacteria. If you add a novel food into the mix, you could cause reactions that might be misinterpreted as stemming from a die-off reaction.
You can add goat’s milk yogurt to the Candida Crusher diet, but you should be cautious if you’ve not previously had the food. In that case, I’d leave it for further down the track when you are introducing other foods. That’s my take on it.