Conflicting Statements About Garlic Causing Bloating

Right now, a friends candida diet is very limited with Ezekiel bread, eggs, brown rice, tuna or salmon, chicken, steamed zucchini, squash, broccoli, cabbage and cauliflower, romaine lettuce, celery, and lots of water. She feels safe eating this diet, and it makes her tongue feels better. When she eats something different then things go bad again. She tasted a little liquid Kyolic Garlic, but it is so strong and it burned, so she is afraid it will make her tongue swell. This is very scary for all of you that don’t have it, count your blessings that you can still eat certain things without being afraid it would burn your tongue or make it swell.

When she went to medical doctor, one of her candida problems is gas and being bloated and he said to stay away from raw garlic. When she told him she was told to eat raw garlic, he said emphatically there is no use garlic power if you need the flavor, but garlic is awful for gas and bloating. She is really confused with so many conflicting statements.

I believe the reason garlic may cause gas and bloating is due to its antifungal properties. It is killing off the candida; and, in doing so, the candida gives off toxins as it is being eliminated. Our body responds with gas and bloating (unfortunately). No one said healing would be easy. Despite the MD’s recommendations, I personally love garlic and eat it every day. Stay healthy and happy!

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