Daniel Mulligan: Excellent video. Full of great info and details. Very impressive :)
StillSimplyMeSue: @Dottilicious -Stevia-Its not Forbidden!!!...actually im using it right
now...they have different regulations for bringing it in the Country...they
have to label it as skincare...but its very popular...you should check it
out more(online)....(online)but Agave syrup and Xylithol is as good as
jj la medica: Great, thank you!
Morganna Lefay: I think Nuts are good but not peanuts, they are moldy and I have discovered
mold in the environment affects candida too.
khloe38: @khloe38 well...I just went back and caught up on your videos and see that
you've had pretty great looking videos since February (as far as picture
quality). Do you mind if I ask what camera you are using. I have a Canon
A450 but was looking at purchasing a Samsung or Sony next b/c I plan to do
quite a bit of traveling this summer and would love to start recording
stuff for my youtube channel. My Canon is great but loses quality after
CelineMilanSiera: thank you *** sea*star
khloe38: I know this is off topic, but....are you using a different camera? It makes
all of the colors look amazing.
melissa5locks: Also, get in touch with Linda Mcartney. She's been dealing with candida for
a while too and has written about it on her site. I found Lady Soma as well
to be very helpful - the Lady Soma Candida Cleanse. Ive been using it for 1
month and having great results. Its effective.
StillSimplyMeSue: -Stevia-Its not Forbidden!!!...actually im using it right now...they have
different regulations for bringing it in the Country...they have to label
it as skincare...but its very popular...you should check it out
more(online)....(online)but Agave syrup and Xylithol is as good as Stevia
jikling: you should try the bulimia cleanse! It's tots Ez! You take your finger....
Yoga Girl: interesting! thnx for sharing. is there a guide, manual, book on the
khloe38: Stevia was prevented from being sold as a "sweetener" in the U.S. up until
a few months ago. Previously it could only be sold as a nutritional
supplement. Herbalists pushed for it to be approved as a sweetener for
years but it wasn't until the big corps got involved (i.e. Coke, Pepsi) and
pushed for it to become approved that the FDA listened.
Morganna Lefay: HI I enjoyed your video, Have you tried Vitacost for Xylitol etc.?
jj la medica: I went to Whole Foods and they have Endive Escarole, Endive Frisee, and
Belgian Endive. Nothing called Chicory Endive though. Are any of the others
a good substitute?