A Candida Albicans Treatment Should Contain a Yeast Free Diet

By: Beatrice Stephenson

Those who are suffering from this disease know how energy consuming it is, and how greatly it can affect your life. Starting a candida albicans treatment takes a big commitment, but, on the other hand, you will get your life back.

So, how should a candida diet look and what can I eat and what can I not eat? First of all, you should be prepared that you have to be on the diet for a month or two, before you are totally free from the intestinal candida. You will usually be symptom free after a week or even faster, though. In the beginning it’s common to experience so called die off symptoms, which means that your symptoms will get even worse. This is not anything to worry about and it will disappear after a couple of days or so. It simply means that this diet is working and that the body is cleaning the candida out. The diet can seem quite extreme, but there are really a lot you can eat, you just have to set your mind to change things for some time. And from the wellness you get back from it, it’s really worth the effort! Some people claim they got their life back thanks to the candida cure.

what you can eat on your candida diet:

Most meats, such as steaks, lamb and chicken

Vegetables like cauliflower, squash, tomatos and zucchini.

Pure oils and butter

Sour-rye bread that is made with no yeast

Yoghurt.

There’s many more foods that you can eat, so as you can see, it’s quite easy to get by. You should also take some supplements to make the diet work and be effective, such as garlic, a colon cleanse with psyllium seeds, and big amounts of pure vitamin C.

More important are the things that you shouldn’t eat. All sugars, all flour except in rye sour bread, all artificial colorings should be left out totally. This means you have to read the labels on your food carefully. It may sound difficult, but just do your homework and plan everything carefully before you start. Make meal plans week by week. This will make it easier to follow. See to it that you don’t have such a busy schedule at first, since it’s going to take quite a lot of your time and you might be very tired from the die off-symptoms.

If you just are patient and stick to the diet, you will truly notice how much better you will get.

You will get your energy back, you will have no gas or bloating anymore, fatigue will be gone. And, of course those annoying yeast infections.

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