Candida Diet

Anti Candida Diet Recipes

On this page you'll find suggestions about food you should eat while on your Candida Diet. There are many foods to choose from, but starting the diet can seem frustrating when you can't immediately grab what you're used to. We'll make it easy for you by going over snacks, drinks, fruits, greens, meats, breakfast, lunch, dinner and even some dairy options.

Once your body gets used to the new food you'll be eating, Candida die off symptoms go away and most people don't crave the artificial sugars and processed foods they once did. When at all possible, using organic foods may also give you a boost in nutrition. After your digestive system heals itself, you can gradually add more food into your eating plan or you may want to stick to the diet permanently by cutting out all forbidden foods.

Keep in mind eating the right foods after a successful cleanse will keep Candida albicans from coming back. So go ahead and enjoy your Candida Diet by looking at the food possibilities on this page.

Candida Diet Guidelines

  • use authentic sea salt
  • use butter not margarine when preparing your meals
  • use virgin organic coconut oil for cooking (do not cook at temperatures too high as it will burn the coconut oil). You can find some coconut recipes here in order to get the benefits of coconut nutrition
  • use extra virgin olive oil on salads and any other food that calls for it
  • look for the animal welfare approved label for the most reliable forms of meat. It means the animals were raised on pastures and it is verified by a person who goes on the farm to check conditions of animals
  • eat raw vegetables or steamed vegetables as much as possible
  • drink the water from steamed vegetables, do not discard the water because it contains valuable nutrients
  • eat meat that is organic or that have access to open green pastures or from a trusted farmer, preservative free, no processed meat
  • eat eggs that are free-range or from hens that have space requirements and free access to the sun, not “battery eggs”
  • eat beans that have been soaked overnight for better absorption
  • eat fish with the least amount of mercury (anchovies, flounder, tilapia, shrimp, salmon, etc...)

Candida Diet Food List

Apples (green apples such as granny smith that contain less sugar)

Almonds and almond butter

Amaranth

Arugula

Asparagus

Avocado

Basil

Beans

Bell Pepper

Blackberries

Black pepper

Blueberries

Bok choy

Broccoli

Brown rice

Brussels Sprouts

Buckwheat

Butter (raw organic butter if available)

Cabbage

Carrot

Cauliflower

Cayenne

Celery

Chard

Chicken (organic)

Cilantro

Cinnamon

Coconut oil

Collard greens

Cress

Cucumber

Cumin

Curry

Dandelion greens

Dill

Eggplant

Endive

Essiac Tea

Flaxseed and flax oil

Garlic Ginger

Green Bean

Herbs (all)

Jerusalem artichoke

Jicama

Kale

Lard

Leek

Lemon

Lentils

Lettuce

Lime

Liver

Mustard Seed

Nutmeg

Okra

Olive Oil (extra virgin)

Onion

Oregano

Paprika

Pau D'arco Tea

Pumpkin and pumpkin seeds

Radicchio

Radish

Red Potatoes (after your first 3 weeks on the anti candida diet)

Rosemary

Salmon

Sardines

Scallops

Sea vegetables

Coconut shrimp recipes

Sole

Spinach

Stevia

Strawberries

Swiss chard

Tarragon

Thyme

Tomato and Tomato Juice

Turkey

Turnip greens

Vanilla (pure and without syrup)

Vinegar (raw apple cider)

Watercress

Yacon

Yogurt

Candida Diet Foods to Avoid

As a general rule, try to target whole food that is fresh and full of vitamins/minerals/nutrients. Focus on steamed vegetables, nuts and seeds, and low mercury fish. Also try to eat food that is more alkaline. Too many acid foods change the pH of our bodies in a negative way. If you feel you need a multivitamin during this diet because some of the food is unavailable then do so.

Avoid any food with mold. Processed food including boxed food such as cereal, fast food, white rice, hydrogenated oils, artificial sugar, table sugar, white and brown sugar. Initially limit high carbohydrate food such as white potatoes until after your cleanse.



Candida Diet Plan

Candida does not have to be a lifetime of boring foods. I hope you can see from the food list and information above that optimum health in most cases is achievable. An important fact to remember is not everyone will have the same reaction to all foods. Therefore, someone might be able to eat apples or drink raw milk and feel fine, while another person may have trouble digesting an apple or drinking any kind of milk. Often people with milk sensitivities are able to digest raw milk without a problem. The person with problems would need to adjust their daily food intake to eliminate these problem foods.


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Gallbladder Cleanse

How to Make Yogurt

Yeast Free Recipes

Curing Candida with Baking Soda


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