STAGE 1 :
Cleansing – 1 week detox fast
STAGE 2 :
Diet & Kill Candida Overgrowth with Antifungals – Avoid sugar & yeast – 2 weeks’ strict diet
STAGE 3 :
Strengthen Immune System & Friendly Bacteria – 4 weeks – several months/ years
STAGE 4 :
Transition to Normal Diet – reintroduce some yeasty foods – 1 year
Food related rules of the Candida diet:
- No sugar, white pasta, pizza or bread
- No cake, bagels, chocolates or puddings
- No fruit, dried fruit, juices, coke or alcohol
- No cheese, sauces, milk
- Eat light and early
- Eat a lot of greens
- Eat some protein
- Eat minimal carbs
What can you eat on the diet?
Life-style rules of the Candida diet:
- Relax more
- Reduce stress
- Do things that make you happy
- Go to bed early
- Drink more water
- Get some fresh air
- Exercise regularly (at least 15 mins’ brisk walk twice a day)
Why Is There Conflicting Information on Other Candida Sites?
You might have already noticed that there are a few different Candida Diet websites out there and all with a slightly different take on what you are allowed to eat, what supplements to take and when. Please don’t let this confuse you as it will just slow down your road to recovery.
Each “Candida Diet” was written by a different person, generally a former Candida sufferer, and they all have experienced unique symptoms, followed different lifestyles and share different beliefs. Do not search for the “Perfect Candida Diet” because it doesn’t exist. One size doesn’t fit all.
Curing a Candida yeast infection takes time and patience. You’ll have to follow a strict and healthy diet, modify your lifestyle, and take probiotics and antifungals. You should also take some additional herbal supplements to detoxify your body first and strengthen your immune system.
This is why I began offering coaching services to help you fast track your road to recovery. Why spend years suffering as many do from ongoing symptoms when you can get guided help?
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