Leaky Gut Syndrome and Candidias

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Mia asked 9 months ago
(Last Updated On: January 3, 2020)

Hello, my name Mia and I am from Indonesia. I got diagnosed with leaky gut syndrome which caused by candidias overgrowth. Before I got diagnosed I had a problem with my digestive system, acne, skin problem, insomnia, low energy, food intolerances, muscle and joint pain, and also menstrual problem. My doctor (nutrisionist) advised me to do the candida diet by cut all of the sugar and carbs. So I am in the middle of medication right now. I want to know AYCE opinion about this condition:
1. How long it probably will takes to heal?
2. Is leaky gut syndrome in the same position or can be told as one of autoimmune?
3. After get heal from leaky gut, is it possible for me to eat the food that I get an intolerant at the first? I read several blog about people with leaky gut. There are some people who said in the end they control the food intolerances and the amount as well. They also said to test their food intolerances in a small amount.
I am asking about this because people around me keep saying that I can return to my normal state, in this case the foods that I can eat. I got a food intolerances for soy, dairy, seafood, eggs, gluten, nuts, caffeine and chocolate, which it surprised me and I hoping I can get rid from the food intolerances after my gut healing.
Hoping I can hear from you soon. Thank you very much!

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MariaC Staff answered 9 months ago
(Last Updated On: January 3, 2020)

Hello Mia. Thank you for getting in touch. Yes, candidiasis can certainly contribute to leaky gut, as fungus moves from gut to blood, compromising the intestinal barrier. How long it takes to heal depends on the individual and the severity of the damage. In my experience, it takes at least two months. Food intolerances are strange beasts, acting unpredictably, so there is no simple advice here. You may find my article about gluten intolerance helpful. Many foods that cause intolerance can be eaten on a rotational basis without causing problems, once the gut has healed. I describe this approach in the article – see https://medium.com/feed-your-brain/is-gluten-messing-with-your-mind-find-out-now-a1d8b155a0b0?source=friends_link&sk=e53819b45917dfcf046c1cef64a0e091 Good luck with your healing journey.

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MariaC Staff answered 9 months ago
(Last Updated On: January 3, 2020)

Hello Mia. Thank you for getting in touch. Yes, candidiasis can certainly contribute to leaky gut, as fungus moves from gut to blood, compromising the intestinal barrier. How long it takes to heal depends on the individual and the severity of the damage. In my experience, it takes at least two months. Food intolerances are strange beasts, acting unpredictably, so there is no simple advice here. You may find my article about gluten intolerance helpful. Many foods that cause intolerance can be eaten on a rotational basis without causing problems, once the gut has healed. I describe this approach in the article – see https://medium.com/feed-your-brain/is-gluten-messing-with-your-mind-find-out-now-a1d8b155a0b0?source=friends_link&sk=e53819b45917dfcf046c1cef64a0e091 Good luck with your healing journey.

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