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Food allowed on Candida elimination diet

    

  

Category

  
  

Foods to Eat

  
  

Notes

  

VEGETABLES

Asparagus

Avocado

Broccoli

Brussel sprouts

Cabbage

Cauliflower

Celery

Collard greens

Cucumber

Eggplant

Garlic (raw)

Kale

Leeks

Okra

Onions

Peppers

Radish

Seaweed

Spaghetti squash

Spinach

Summer squash

Swiss chard

Tomatoes

Turnip

Zucchini

  • Vegetables starve the Candida of the sugar and mould diet that feed it
  • They also absorb fungal poisons and carry them out of your body
  • Avoid starchy vegetables such as carrots, sweet potatoes, potatoes,   yams, corn, all squash except zucchini, beets, peas, parsnips and all beans   except green beans
  • You should buy your vegetables fresh and eat them raw, steam or grill   them. Add a little garlic and onions for flavour as they are especially   helpful with Candida

LIVE YOGURT CULTURES

Plain yogurt

Probiotics

  • Live yogurt cultures (or probiotics) help your gut to repopulate   itself with good bacteria
  • The live bacteria in the yogurt will crowd out the Candida yeast and   restore balance to your system
  • Especially useful after a course of antibiotics, or when a patient is   suffering from Candida
  • Yogurt from goat and sheep milk is even better, as they tend to   contain fewer chemicals
  • Good bacteria will also produce antifungal enzymes that can help you   fight Candida

PROTEINS

Beef

Chicken

Fish

Eggs

  • Proteins almost completely free of sugars and mould, so they fill you   up while restricting the Candida
  • Eat fresh and organic meat if possible - processed meat like lunch   meat, bacon and spam, is loaded with dextrose nitrates, sulphates and sugars
  • Smoked or vacuum packed meats are also best avoided. Most Atkins   recipes will also work reasonably well in a Candida diet

NUTS AND SEEDS

Nuts and seeds that don't contain a   high mould content

  • Nuts are a high protein food that starves Candida and restricts its   growth
  • Avoid peanuts and pistachios as they tend to have a higher mould   content
  • You can remove mould by soaking the nuts in water
  • Another tip to remove mould - spray the nuts with a diluted grapefruit   seed extract solution

NON-GLUTINOUS GRAINS

Buckwheat

Millet

Amaranth

Quinoa

Wild and brown rice

  • Grains contain a high amount of fibre, excellent for keeping the colon   clear so Candida doesn't get a chance to multiply.
  • Grains also act like a pipe cleaner in your intestine, grabbing nasty   toxins like pollutants, chemicals, pesticides and heavy metals on their way   through.

HERBS AND SPICES

Basil

Black Pepper

Cayenne

Cilantro

Cinnamon

Cloves

Cumin

Curry

Dill

Garlic

Ginger

Nutmeg

Oregano

Paprika

Rosemary

Tarragon

Thyme

Turmeric

  • Contain antioxidants and anti-fungal properties
  • Increase circulation and reduce inflammation
  • Improve digestion and alleviate constipation
  • Most herbs and spices are beneficial in your fight against Candida
  • They're great for livening up food if you're on a limited Candida diet

OILS

Virgin Coconut Oil

Olive Oil

Sesame Oil

Pumpkin seed oil

Macadamia Oil

Almond Oil

Flax Oil

Safflower

Sunflower

Coconut oil

Coconut butter

Ghee

Organic butter

  • Use cold pressed oils
  • Heating or boiling destroys many of the oils' nutrients

SEASONING

Black Pepper

Salt

Sea Salt

Lemon Juice

 

HERBAL TEAS

Cinnamon Tea

Clove Tea

Chamomile Tea

Pau D'arco Tea

Peppermint Tea

Ginger Tea

Licorice Tea

Lemongrass Tea

  • All of these herbal teas have antifungal properties
  • If you're missing your morning coffee, try Green Tea instead