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Eliminate Candida Naturally » Discover New Ways of Cooking for Candida Albicans Relief

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Discover New Ways of Cooking for Candida Albicans Relief

Often a person who is suffering from Candida Albicans, which is an overgrowth of yeast that naturally occurs in the body, will often experience a number of unpleasant symptoms.

Some of these can be alleviated reduced by changing diet and specifically cooking for candida albicans relief.

There are many ways in which this type of infection can be relieved with traditional Western medicines (anti-fungal remedies), Chinese medicine, changes to eating habits and by following a targeted natural health regime.

Paying close attention to your diet if you do happen to suffer from Candida Albicans is one of the quickest and easiest methods you can incorporate into your life immediately to make a marked difference to this very uncomfortable infection.

 One of the most important things that any person suffering from this or any yeast infection should do is cut out refined sugar and yeast from their diet.

It is vital that when cooking a meal to combat Candida Albicans you should avoid any recipes that require you to use these products, or choose recipes where they can be substituted for an alternative instead.

The key is to ensure that foods that promote the growth of yeast in the body are reduced to the minimum, or eliminated fully from the diet.  This gives the body an opportunity to gain the upper hand and combat the candida overgrowth. So, don’t forget to completely eliminate sugar and yeast from your diet.

To clarify, refined sugars include maple syrup, molasses as well as white granular sugar. 

Products that contain yeast include bread, pastries, beer and liquor.

It is also advisable to reduce, or eliminate your intake of fruit and fruit juices while the candida is being treated.

Fruit and fruit juices contain high levels of fruit sugar (fructose) which can help promote the growth of yeast in the body. 

Recipes that contain high levels of vegetables, meat and fish (except those that are smoked) are excellent choices for a candida sufferer, also try and stick with organic products as much as possible to avoid eating foods that may be have antibiotics and hormones in them.

Any vegetables should be washed carefully before being eaten, making sure that all pesticides are removed.

Meals that contain eggs (again only use organic where possible) are a good option, and a variety of interesting meal options are available using plain tofu along with lentils and chickpeas.

Another great ingredient that you can include in any meals you are cooking for Candida Albicans sufferers is plain natural live yogurt as this contain lots of friendly bacteria to help rebalance the natural bacteria levels in your gut.

If you haven’t already done so, you can grab your free copy the Candida & Yeast Infection Newsletter - Overflowing with easy to implement methods to help you discover more about cooking for candida albicans and natural methods of combating candida. Or for more information please visit Naturally Eliminating Candida.

 

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2 Responses to “Discover New Ways of Cooking for Candida Albicans Relief”

  1. Raewyn Mansfield Says:

    Do you have to avoid yeast products and sugar when you have eliminated the candida?

  2. Jane Says:

    Raewyn, once you have sucessfully eliminated candida overgrowth you can start to reintroduce sugar and yeast products back into your diet.

    However before you do you need to be sure that the candida has definately gone or it may flareup again putting you back to square one. It is probably best to save these types of foods to have on special occassions and not to incorporate them as part of your daily diet. Also, depending on why you developed a candida overgrowth in the first place (i.e. through poor diet) then you may be better advised to continue to avoid them.

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