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What to Eat on a Yeast Infection Diet

At first glance it doesn't make sense?

How does the food we eat actually kill the fungus in us? The result is that the yeast infection diet is actually one of the most powerful tools we have when it kills our Candida growth.

For those who are new to this then here is a quick guide to the yeast infection diet;

Yeast infections diet works in two ways


  1. It smells of Candida fungus by not allowing us to eat the food it lives on, which is sugar, mold, and starch.

  2. It is also a way of identifying which foods can damage our immune system.

The diet goes over three stages, with stage one being the elimination phase, the second stage is when we first reintroduce food and the third stage is when we have introduced most of our regular foods back into our diet.

The phase of elimination of yeast infections / candida diets is a really complicated thing, fast. It basically involves consuming all of the sugar, starch, gluten, dairy, stimulants, processed meats, preservatives, foods containing mold and chemical additives - as you can imagine, leaving little to no food for you to eat!

This food is allowed during the elimination stage;

Vegetables - Green and leafy are the key here!

Spinach

Salad

Silverbeet

Bok Choy / Mr Choy

Broccoli

Asparagus

Cabbage

Turnip

Kale

Peppers - red, green, yellow, orange

Meat

Lamb lamb

Chicken

Fish

Turkey

Eggs - two day limit

Beans and beans - almonds, Brazil nuts, hazelnuts, pecans, macadamia nuts, walnuts, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds and peanuts are very high in mold, so it pays to avoid them.

Taste

All herbs and spices are allowed, especially black pepper, garlic, ginger and cinnamon

Oil

coconut, flaxseed, sesame and sunflower oil all contain Fat Fatty Acids and Omega Oil essential for good health.

The following foods are on the list of 'maybe' because each version of the diet seems to have a different opinion on whether they are allowed at one level or not.


  • Yogurt - as long as it is not pregnant, organic and contains a living culture

  • Cottage cheese

  • Whole grains - such as cereals, amaranth, wheat, brown rice, buckwheat, quinoa, rice flour ......

  • Shoots

  • Peas

  • Low sugar fruits like pears, clumps, pineapple, papaya, lime, lime, kiwi.

The best advice here is that if you want to include any of them, then you have a very small meal a day - I know I will go cheats during my diet elimination phase if I can't have cottage cheese with cinnamon on crackers rice for dinner!

The yeast infection elimination phase should last at least two weeks, preferably four.

Phase two of your diet is when we start to reintroduce food into your diet.

This should be done slowly, one meal at a time, one meal at a time.

Start with the usual carbohydrates - cereals, legumes or starchy vegetables. The important part here is to see any reaction - this may be fine as your heart starts beating faster.

If you respond to the food, then continue to remove it for at least two more weeks. If you continue to get reactions then you may need to remove them from your diet indefinitely.

Step three of a yeast infection diet is when you introduce all your normal foods without a reaction - break the pizza!

Although you will feel great during this diet, it is important to mention that you will not be able to consistently get rid of your Candida by using a diet alone.

To do that, you need a complete program of anti-fungal supplements, support for your kidneys and liver as they release toxins left by Candida and you also need to cure fungal damage to your organs and immune system.



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