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Eliminate Candida Naturally » What Goes Into Anti Candida Cooking Recipes?

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What Goes Into Anti Candida Cooking Recipes?

It is estimated that around 80 - 90% of Americans, Canadians and Europeans will at some stage of their lives suffer from a yeast infection, and the most common yeast infection is candida.  So, can anti candida cooking recipes make a difference?

There are a number of reasons why a person may suffer from an overgrowth of Candida (yeast bacteria); it can be through diet, medication like antibiotics, or other environmental factors or condition.  However, whatever the reason, a candida infection should never be taken lightly.

The symptoms can range from mild irritation all the way through to severe life threatening complications.

Normally, candida can live benignly in our bodies and on our skin with no complications, as the yeast is kept in check by our immune system and the friendly bacteria (probiotics) that live in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. 

However, if the immune system becomes weak, or there is not a healthy level of friendly bacteria in the GI tract, then candida can start to multiply and change into a fungal form that causes a candida infection. 

There are a number of ways regaining balance in the body, including taking medication (usually anti-fungal medication prescribed by the doctor or bought over the counter), changing your lifestyle to reduce stress, boosting the immune system and boosting the levels of friendly bacteria in the GI tract, and diet.

If you are suffering with candida symptoms, then an area that you can improve immediately is what goes into your diet. 

It is important to understand that the key aim of an anti candida diet is to starve the candida infection but not you. Eating healthy, fresh foods to allow the friendly bacteria and immune system to regain their full strength will keep you well nourished but kill of the candida.

This means that you need to eliminate as many of the foods that create an environment within your body that allows candida to thrive.  This includes the following:

- Sugar, refined sugars and foods containing sugar.  This includes, syrups, treacle, fruits high in fruit sugars, preserves etc
- Foods that contain yeast, which would include most baked goods and cereals
- Foods that contain fungus, like mushrooms
- Smoked or cured product, including cured meats and fish.
- Dairy products,
- Fermented foods like pickles, vinegar, alcohol, and soy sauce
- Processed foods, as many of these contain within them either hidden ingredients, or are they are nutritionally dead, and do not support the growth of the friendly bacteria.

This list may sound prohibitive, but there is still a long list of foods that are available to choose from to include in your candida recipes, including:

Most fresh vegetables
Soya milk and rice milk
Yogurt (choose bio or live yogurt), cottage cheese and eggs
Brown flour
Brown rice
Cold pressed oils like olive oil
Oats
Fresh meats, although go for organic unprocessed meats, not cured meats.
Fish, preferably oily fish
Peas, pulses and beans
Onions
Garlic and herbs

Use cold-pressed oils when cooking, and try to use the freshest ingredients possible.

Always wash all food carefully before consumption, even if the grocer has washed the ingredients and it is already bagged.  The pre washed foods are usually washed in disinfectant, which is not something you want to ingest as it can effect the GI tract flora.

Creating good and wholesome dishes can be made straightforward with anti candida cooking recipes that utilize the above suggestions.  They are much like following any other recipe, as long as you understand the foods that can be included and those that should be removed from the diet.

Don’t forget to sign up for the free Candida & Yeast Infection Newsletter if you haven’t already done so and discover more suggestions for candida cooking recipes.

 

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One Response to “What Goes Into Anti Candida Cooking Recipes?”

  1. Barbara McGarty Says:

    Thanks for the food list,it is very helpful, IOU a Herbal tea!

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