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Is a Candida diet healthy and necessary?

Is a Candida diet healthy and necessary? Topic: Is a Candida diet healthy and necessary?
April 19, 2019 / By Ewan
Question: I thought I had an overgrowth of fungal yeast in my body but not eating any sugar including fruits, carbs or starches for months seems a little unhealthy especially if you have a hectic work schedule like I do. Some people say the Candida diet is bogus but there are lot of websites promoting it. What's your take?
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Coty Coty | 6 days ago
i just read this story about candida. It' s an unbiased review and helped me understand. I say just cut out sugar and eat lots of vegetables, lean protein, gluten free things. http://www.associatedcontent.com/article...
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Coty Originally Answered: Candida diet.with alcohol?
Drinking alcohol is not good on any diet. It completely negates the reasoning for a diet. If you are passionate about this diet then you need to commit to it fully. Give up everything you need to give up, including the alcohol.
Coty Originally Answered: Candida diet.with alcohol?
Hello, I'm on the second week and seeing definite improvement on my yeast infection symptoms: https://bitly.im/aLVxY Note that: If the yeast infection doesn't respond to over the counter treatment, prescription medication will likely be necessary. Similarly, if the symptoms return after two months of being treated, you should contact the doctor for professional treatment rather than resorting again to home treatment. https://bitly.im/aLVxY If this is the first time you have experienced a yeast infection, you should schedule an appointment to have the condition treated by a doctor instead of resorting to home treatment

Asareel Asareel
Candida diet works as long as you stick to it and also what helps if you try and rebuild you immune system so both the diet and your immune system to fight the yeast fungus. Major problem with diet is that you will lose to much weight and i believe you can have some fruits like pawpaw
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Valentine Valentine
Grapefruit seed extract and black caraway seed extract. And sugar should be avoided, and Amalgam should be removed.
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Valentine Originally Answered: Where can i get fat sources from whilst on the candida diet?
Use Smart Balance's Omega-3 cooking oils and butter spreads, regardless of what kind of diet you are on. They will help lower your cholesterol and promote healthy weight. The one thing you want to avoid on a candida diet is refined foods, sugar, sweet fruits and simple carbs. And avoid things that have a lot of acid in them . No apples, no pears, no oranges, no melons or grapes, but grapefruit is ok. Eat lots of broccoli and green leafy veggies to bring your ph-level down. Steamed soy beans (edamame) are excellent, but not sugary soy milk. You can find unsweeted soymilk and add a quality all-natural sugar substitute to that (like Stevia or Xylitol). Definitely avoid alcohol. It will wreck your ph-balance. After the diet is over, you can go toward having a glass of red wine a week and then after two weeks, a glass of red wine every other day. This amount of alcohol is actually health-promoting. Oh, and avoid artificial sweeteners in general. They cause cancer. Most even say so on the box!

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