Vegetables diet for Candida
Crush Your Yeast Infection With The Best Candida Diet
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In this comprehensive yeast infection book you will learn the best candida yeast infection dietary approach,why many diets fail to keep the infection at bay and also about the many candida food myths. To get you started here are some basic hints and tips on a good candida diet approach.You may want to read The Candida Crusher Program page for an understanding on the Candida Crusher permanent yeast infection eradication program.
- Avoid ALL “junk food” (white sugar,white flour,soft (soda) drinks)
- Include liberal amounts of nutritious food from a wide variety of sources.
- Avoid ALL sugars,chocolate,honey,molasses,and maple syrup.
- Avoid ALL fruits and fruit juices – no dried fruits of any kind.
- Try not to eat the same foods every day,rotate.
- Feature low carbohydrate vegetables,seafood,lean meats,and eggs. Try to include one serving of high carbohydrate vegetable OR a single portion of a whole grain at each meal.
- Focus on fresh,natural and healthy choices. If it came out of a packet,bottle,bag or box it may not be the wisest choice.When you shop at the supermarket,buy the foods on the outside perimeter – these will be the fresh foods like meat and veg. Most of the food in the aisles is full of preservatives,sugars and colors. Buy fruit and vegetables from growers markets or grow my own if possible.
Below you will find list of foods you can enjoy freely with my candida diet.
These vegetables contain lots of fiber and are relatively low in simple,refined carbohydrates. They can be fresh or frozen and you can eat them cooked,steamed or in some cases raw,but I don’t encourage too many raw vegetables with a yeast infection. Read much more in the book Candida Crusher.
EAT: Asparagus,Bean Sprouts,Beets,Broccoli,Brussels Sprouts,Cabbage (1 cup/day),Capsicum,Carrots,Cauliflower,Celery,Cucumber,Eggplant,Endive,Spinach,Mustard,beet,kale; Garlic,Lettuce,Leeks,Okra,Onions,Parsley,Radishes,Salad Greens,String beans,Tomatoes,Turnips,Okra,Watercress,Zucchini.
In most cases (especially with chronic yeast infections) avoid most fruits in general for two weeks,we want to reduce most forms of instant sugar and starve that beast called yeast. There are a few fruits however which are OK : fresh coconut,avocado (½ per day),blueberries (small amount daily),strawberries (limit 8 per day),and lime or lemon juice. Remember to keep fresh fruit intake to a minimum for the first two to three weeks (best to avoid as much as you can),and then loosen up a little. The fruits I recommend to be most cautious with are grapes,dried fruits (just avoid dried fruits entirely for a month at least) and any kind of melons. Avoid fruit juices for a few months,vegetable juice is OK providing you keep all the fiber – buy a Vita Mix blender.
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On a candida diet right now2008-03-28 14:29:36 by crunchycrackers
I also recommend 'wholeapproach'. They have lists of foods to eat and foods to avoid.
After three weeks I'm seeing improvement.
One probiotic called threelac is advertised on the web. I don't know if it works, but I'm going to get stabilized on this diet before I try it.
I have totally cut out (completely) the following: wheat products, all simple sugars including fruit, juices, syrups, and refined sweeteners. No processed foods, alcohol, artificial anything, no dairy. Lemons and tomatoes are ok. Switch to vegetables (the rawer the better) and raw garlic
Diabetes is caused by a high fat diet2006-09-01 12:27:06 by 8-DK
It is a high fat diet that causes the body to become insulin resistant. People placed on a diet of 10% fat or less (as a percentage of calories) lose their insulin resistance.
If you have Type II, or hypo/hyper glycemia, or candida, try a low fat diet for a few months and you'll be surprised on how great you feel. You can use a nutritional calcultor like fitday or nutridiary to view what your current intake is, and use it to test food choices until the diet gets to less than 10% fat. Here a hint: fruits and vegetables tend to have low fat, with the exception of avocado, olives, coconuts, and certain fatty tropical fruits.
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