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Posted by: Ils | 2004/10/20

Candida

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Is there a special diet that you can follow to help reduce candida infection.
Like cut out yeast products e.g. bread

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Not really. Stop cotton underpants may help

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Posted by: Liewe Heksie | 2004/10/20

There are many sites that will help you.
There is a very good link that I cannot give you because this site wont allow it. So I coppied the whole diet for you. Copy it and paste it into Word, and then youll be able to print it:

CANDIDA CONTROL DIET
PROGRAM
1. Avoid ALL “junk food” (white sugar, white flour, soft drinks).
2. Include liberal amounts of nutritious food from a wide variety of sources.
3. Avoid ALL sugars, chocolate, honey, molasses, and maple syrup..
4. Avoid ALL fruits and fruit juices.
5. Try not to eat the same foods every day.
6. Feature low carbohydrate vegetables, seafood, lean meats, and eggs. You
can include one serving of high carbohydrate vegetable OR a single portion
of a whole grain at each meal.
FOODS YOU CAN EAT FREELY:
VEGETABLES:
Most of these vegetables contain lots of fiber and are relatively low in
carbohydrates. They can be fresh or frozen and you can eat them cooked
or raw: Asparagus, Beets, Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, Cabbage, Carrots,
Cauliflower, Celery, Cucumber, Eggplant, Green peppe; Greens: spinach,
mustard, beet, collard, kale; Garlic, Lettuce, Onions, Parsley, Radishes,
Soybeans, String beans, Tomatoes, Turnips, Okra
MEAT & EGGS:
Chicken, Turkey, Beef, lean cuts, Veal, Pork, Lamb, Wild Game, Shrimp, Crab,
Lobster, Tuna, other seafood, Salmon, Mackerel, Cod, Sardines, Eggs,
other fresh or frozen fish that is not breaded
BEVERAGES:
Water and non-sweetened herb teas
FOODS YOU CAN EAT CAUTIOUSLY:
HIGH CARBOHYDRATE VEGETABLES:
Sweet corn, English peas. Squashes: winter, acorn, butternut, Lima beans,
White potatoes (baked — not mashed or any other form), Sweet potatoes,
Beans and Peas (dried and cooked)
WHOLE GRAINS:
Barley, Corn, Millet, Oats, Rice, Wheat.
BREADS, BISCUITS AND MUFFINS:
All breads, biscuits and muffins should be made with baking powder or
baking soda as a leavening agent.
DAIRY:
Yogurt (sugar free), buttermilk, butter.
FOODS YOU MUST AVOID
SUGAR AND SUGAR CONTAINING FOODS:
Sugar and other quick-acting carbohydrates including sucrose, high-glucose
corn syrup, fructose, maltose, lactose, glycogen, glucose, mannitol,
sorbitol, galactose. Alsoavoid honey, molasses, maple syrup, maple sugar,
and date sugar.

PACKAGED AND PROCESSED FOODS:
Canned, bottled, boxed and other packaged and processed foods
usually contain refined sugar products and other hidden
ingredients.
BREADS, PASTRIES AND OTHER RAISED BAKERY GOODS.
MILK AND CHEESES:
Avoid moldy cheeses such as Roquefort, Gorgonzola, and Stiltin.
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES:
Wine, beer, whiskey, brandy, gin, rum, vodka and other fermented
liquors and beverages such as cider and root beer.
CONDIMENTS, SAUCES & VINEGAR-CONTAINING FOODS:
Mustard, ketchup, Worcestershire, Accent (monosodium glutamate);
steak, barbecue, chili, shrimp and soy sauces; pickles, pickled
vegetables, relishes, green olives, sauerkraut, horseradish,
mincemeat, tamari; vinegar and all kinds of vinegar-containing
foods such as mayonnaise and salad dressing especially fat-free
dressings which are high in carbohydrates. (Freshly squeezed
lemon juice may be used as a substitute for vinegar in salad
dressings prepared with unprocessed vegetable oil.)
MALT PRODUCTS:
Malted milk drinks, cereals and candy. (Malt is sprouted grain that is
kiln-dried and used in the preparation of many processed foods
and beverages.)
PROCESSED AND SMOKED MEATS:
Pickled and smoked meats and fish including sausages, hot dogs,
corned beef, pastrami and pickled tongue.
EDIBLE FUNGI:
All types of mushrooms, morels and truffles.
MELONS:
Watermelon, honeydew melon and especially cantaloupe.
COFFEE AND TEA:
Regular coffee, instant coffee and tea
FRUIT JUICES AND SODAS:
Canned, bottled or frozen, including orange juice, grape juice,
apple juice, tomato juice, pineapple juice. All sodas.
DRIED AND CANDIED FRUITS:
Raisins, apricots, dates, prunes, figs, pineapple.
LEFTOVERS:
Molds grow in leftover food unless it is properly refrigerated. Freezing
is better.

I hope this helps!

Do you know that there are some good treatments on the market that has not been available a few years ago. You can olso get a more natural treatment from a Homeopath.

Good Luck!

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