Ive Been Told To Cut Out All Foods That Give Me Energy HELP!

Ive Been Told To Cut Out All Foods That Give Me Energy HELP!

December 5, 2019 2 By William Morgan


Hi there, Eric Bakker from New Zealand. Thanks for tuning in. People always say, “Why do you say, ‘From
New Zealand? Why don’t you just say your name?'” Well, I love New Zealand, that’s why I say,
“New Zealand.” Now, I’ve got an interesting one here from
a … I think it’s a lady, because I don’t think a guy would have a name like this, Irish
Mist. So this person on YouTube, Irish Mist, is
saying, “Eric, I’ve just been told that I have candida, and I have cut out all the foods
that gave me energy. I am now on drinks and vegetables, eggs, nuts,
et cetera, but I’m really lethargic. Can you tell me what foods are good for energy?” Well, probably all the foods you cut out. You might want to start including some of
those back again. Just because you’ve been told to cut out all
these foods, do you really listen to what people say? Sometimes you have to listen to what people
say, sometimes you don’t listen to what people say. Usually the people that you listen to what
they say are police officers, right? But if it’s not a copper or a policeman, why
would you listen to anyone else? You know what I’m saying? Especially for nutritional advice. So you’ve probably cut out bread, I would
assume, and potatoes, and rice, and pasta, and those kind of starchy foods. Well, I can guarantee you there will be one
of those foods that you most likely can tolerate that you cut out, but you’ve been told to
take all of these foods out of your diet. So think about it. Be careful with some foods. Some foods are going to certainly have the
potential to react a lot more with your gut than other foods, but an Irish person who
doesn’t eat a potato, my goodness, that’s like the pope who doesn’t walk around with
a bible all the time, I mean, come on. Irish live on potatoes. Try baking a spud, okay? So get a potato. You can either boil it a little bit first
and then bake it, or you can just give it a scrub, put it in the oven, and bake it for
about a good 20, 30 minutes, or how long it takes. I find baking potatoes often changes how the
gut can handle a potato, so that’s certainly worth trying. You’ll have to let me know exactly what starches
you’ve cut out of your diet so I can comment further on this one. If you’re really lethargic, I would take some
B vitamins, just start with one B vitamin per day, and introduce a little bit of potato
or sweet potato back into the diet, or carrots, or parsnip, or pumpkin. Try one of those things first. Try and bake it. You guys are in wintertime now in the Northern
Hemisphere, so a good opportunity to try a few different baked vegetables. There’s no reason for your energy to plummet. I will admit bread’s not a great food, it’s
not a good food at all to introduce at this stage if you’ve just cut stuff out, but the
starchy vegetables, I can guarantee you there will be one that you can tolerate, so let
me know further, all right? The last piece of the information I forgot
to tell you was digestive enzymes are worth putting in there. If you are eating a starchy or a carb food
and you get a reaction to it, back off, take enzymes with the meal, and try half the portion
size, and that should help significantly. Thank you very much.