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Can I Eat Popcorn On Candida Cleanse?

August 13, 2019

Greetings. Eric Bakker. Thank you for coming back. The question today is, can I popcorn on the
Candida Cleanse? Yes you can. Right? In most all cases, you can eat popcorn. Especially if you get a good, non-genetically
modified, organic popcorn. It’s gonna be no problem at all to do that. I’d be cautioning you regarding the microwave
popcorn, which I think’s a really bad idea, buying those flat packets that you put in
the microwave and they pop. Not good. They got cheap, really bad, fatty, crappy
kind of oils and butters, and I wouldn’t really trust those kinds of products. You’re better off using plain, organic popcorn
like I would use myself, and a nice oil, a particularly nice one to use with popcorn
is sunflower oil. Get a non-genetically modified, organic sunflower
oil. I usually buy the Japanese brands, I find
them to be quite nice. Very light, thin, organic sunflower oil. Beautiful with popcorn. And a tiny bit of sea salt on top, I can’t
see a problem with it. If you’ve got a lot of problems with certain
types of bacteria in your gut, however, like Klebsiella, for example, you may notice that
popcorn can create some bloating and gas. In that case, back off and probably don’t
have the popcorn. If you notice a strong aggravation when you
eat it, like diarrhea the following day, if you notice skin rashes, you may also be sensitive
or even allergic to corn. So corn allergies do exist. I’ve seen quite a few of them in my American
patients. Not so much in other countries, but I think
in countries where people eat a lot more corn than normal, the potential for allergies is
quite high. So if you develop a digestive problem or a
skin problem, or have got some type of anomaly which you don’t normally have particularly
after you’ve had popcorn, stop the popcorn to see if there’s a link, because allergies
can occur, but in very rare cases. I might’ve only seen a popcorn allergy maybe
half a dozen times in all the years I’ve worked. So not a common occurrence. So yeah, popcorn in my opinion is kosher. It’s quite good. Pop it naturally in a pan with oil, little
bit of sea salt. Tiny bit of butter is nice on it. So I experimented the other day with popcorn
with a tiny bit of ghee on it, which I quite like the ghee flavor. The clarified butter with salt, that’s quite
nice, too. So watch your teeth, ’cause it’s easy to break
or crack teeth with popcorn too, so make sure you don’t chew on the unpopped, or partially
popped corn, you’ll bust your teeth. Don’t eat too much popcorn. Also, you’ll notice, especially if you have
a lot and there’s too much salt there and oil, you’ll get a bowel problem the following
day. But yep, if you can pop it yourself, I’m all
for it. Thanks for the question.


  • Reply Manuel Ferreira January 8, 2019 at 4:27 pm

    Where can i buy a high quality bottle of collodial silver?

  • Reply Nikolina Krasimirova January 8, 2019 at 5:42 pm

    But corn contains sugar!

  • Reply Ashvin Pandher January 8, 2019 at 7:10 pm

    Hi Dr Bakker happy new year to you and Tracee! Hope youre doing great! Been trying to look for more information on the bacteria proteus mirabilis and have not been very successful on finding it on the net or through your archives of videos. Was wondering if it would be possible to do a video on this bad guy proteus mirabilis and the effects it can have on the body. I was diagnosed with +3 proteus mirabilis and trying to understand a little more about this guys.Thanks and have a great day!

  • Reply Cesar Hallmark January 11, 2019 at 3:37 pm

    Thanks doc!!! Great video as always!!! :o)

  • Reply Mor Nov April 21, 2019 at 12:24 pm

    Is it OK to eat popcorn on blastosytis hominis cleanse as well?
    Thank you very much.

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