Foods To Avoid in Candida Albicans Treatment

FOODS TO AVOID IN CANDIDA ALBICANS TREATMENT

FOODS TO AVOID IN CANDIDA ALBICANS TREATMENT

FOODS TO AVOID IN CANDIDA ALBICANS TREATMENT
1. Yeast
All types of yeast and yeast-containing foods place additional burden on the body which is already coping with yeast overload.
Avoid: Bakers yeast, Brewers yeast, Engevita, Torula. Baked goods raised with yeast such as breads, rolls, crackers, bagels, coffee cakes, pastries.
Yeast Free Grain Choices
 Sprouted Essene Bread (lifestream of Manna wheat or rye bread available in the freezer section of some health food stores)
 Corn Tortillas and Tacos
 Rice cakes and rice crackers, Wasa rye crackers (available in most grocery stores)
 Dimpflemeiers 100% Plus Rye bread
 Muffins, biscuits, pancakes, irish soda bread, chapatis made at home using the flour of whole grains  and baking soda and/or baking powder for leavening
 Kensington Sourdough rye bread
 Nutrilove Rice Bread
2. Vinegar
Vinegar is made with a yeast culture which again stresses the system. Vinegar containing foods, sauces and condiments to avoid include:
White vinegar Ketchup Pickles Red Wine Vinegar
Worcestershire Pickled veggies Apple cider vinegar Accent (MSG)
Green olives Balsamic vinegar Steak sauce Relishes
Mayonnaise BBQ sauce Horseradish Salad dressing
Shrimp sauce mincemeat soy sauce chili sauce
Mustard
3. Sugar
Sugar feeds the yeast and encourages its growth and is best eliminated entirely. Eliminate sugar in all forms and sugar containing foods including:
White sugar Maple sugar Raw sugar Brown sugar
Molasses Demerrara Honey Date sugar
Amisake Maple syrup Turbinado Rice Yinnie Syrup
Corn syrup
Read labels carefully. There are other forms of hidden sugars to watch for such as:
Sucrose Glycogen Galactose Fructose
Glucose Monosaccharides Maltose Mannitol
Ploysaccharides Lactose Sorbitol
4. Fruits
The natural sugars in fruit support yeast growth and also tend to be yeast bearing foods. Eliminate the following:
 Frozen, canned and dried fruits
 All canned and frozen fruit juice
 Oranges and orange juice
 Melons (especially cantaloupe)
Foods To Avoid in Candida Albicans Treatment
5. Mushrooms
All edible fungi including mushrooms, morels, truffles, also increase yeast burden.
6. Peanuts, Peanut Butter and Pistachios
These nuts usually have high mold contamination which again overloads the body yeast burden.
7. Alcohol
Alcoholic beverages feed the yeast and stress other systems such as the liver and brain. These include:
Red wine Brandy Vodka Gin
White wine Rum Beer Scotch
All liqueurs Whiskey
Any fermented liquor (like cider and root beer)
8. Coffee and Tea (Black)
These beverages create an additional burden for the body’s already over-taxed stress-coping mechanisms. These include: regular coffee, instant coffee, decaffeinated coffee and all types of black tea (including fruit flavored ones).
DRINK:  Water (preferably distilled, or reverse osmosis)
Vegetable Broth (preferably homemade, Miso broth)
Freshly Juiced Fruits and Vegetables keeping within the daily carbohydrate count and not orange juice
herbal tea in moderation
9. Moldy and processed Cheeses
Roquefort and other molded cheeses add to the yeast overload. Processed cheese such as cheese slices, cheese whiz, cream cheese, cheese snacks, Kraft dinner, are NOT supportive to your health at any time and should be avoided.
10. Processed, Dried, Smoked and Pickled Meats
Smoked salmon Hot dogs Salami
Pickled herring Pastrami Corned Beef
Sausages Bologna Kolbassa
Pickled Tongue Bacon Sandwich meats
Foods To Avoid in Candida Albicans Treatment

Foods To Avoid in Candida Albicans Treatment

Because of the processing of these products and chemicals such as nitrites and nitrates used in many of them, they are not recommended for use at any time
11. Packaged, Processed and Refined Foods Generally
Canned, bottled, packaged, boxed, and other processed foods usually contain yeast, refined sugar, refined “enriched” flour, preservatives, chemicals, and colour and are therefore not recommended as part of a healthy diet.
FOODS TO RESTRICT IN CANDIDA ALBICANS TREATMENT
1. Dairy Products
Cow’s milk in all forms (e.g. whole, skim, 2%, 1%, dry powdered etc.)
Most cheeses (the exception are those cheeses lower in milk lactose which may not provoke sensitivities in some people. These include Monteray jack, mozarella, sharp Cheddar (white), Colby, Swiss, and Provolone. Skim yogurt is included for some people because of the helpful bacteria it contains.
Possible substitutes for Dairy
 Goat’s milk and goat’s milk products (cheese, yogurt, etc.)
 Soymilk (read the label as some commercial brands contain other ingredients e.g. Edensoy, Ah Soy, Soy Moo, etc.)
 Nut milks (1/4 cup nuts + 1 cup water whizzed in the blender – try almonds, sesame, coconut, etc.)
2. Fresh Fruits
Fruits are generally high in a natural sugar, and are subsequently high in carbohydrates. Fresh fruit and their juices (freshly squeezed juice where possible) that are not food sensitivities for you may be consumed occasionally in small amounts.  The sugar content will also feed the yeast and therefore should be minimized, if not eliminated, for the initial two-week period.
3. Grains
Grains are also very high in carbohydrates, which when broken down by the body may feed the yeast. Therefore only those that you are not sensitive to should be consumed.  Possible grains include:
Millet Rye Amaranth (actually a seed)
Barley Wheat Long and short grain brown rice
Oats Buckwheat Triticale (a hybrid of wheat and rye)
Quinoa Durum flour (a wheat containing less gluten)
4. Fats and Oils
Because fat metabolism is often impaired when Candida is a problem, fats and oils should be consumed in minimal amounts (e.g. 2 tablespoons per day). Vegetable oils that have been cold-pressed without heat (usually available in health food stores) are your best choices. Eg. sesame and corn oil (cold-pressed), safflower, sunflower, linseed, olive, almond etc…
Water
Finally, it is important to drink at least 1 L of clean filtered water a day. Green tea can also provide many health benefits and may
be used freely.
Natural Yeast Fighters
There are a number of foods that have antifungal properties. Among the most potent are garlic, onion, radish, black radish and
horseradish. Garlic and onion are particularly beneficial, especially if eaten raw. Horseradish and watercress contain oils that
suppress the growth of Candida yeast. Add fresh watercress to your salad: not only does it taste delicious but it aids in the fight
against Candida
Lifestyle and Exercise
Whether or not your health problems are related to yeast, you will need to exercise if you want to enjoy good health. Exercise
will increase your energy level, mental alertness and feeling of well-being.
FOODS TO COPE WITH CANDIDA
Choose a wide variety from the following list:
Vegetables Green Leafy Vegetables
(Salads and Steamed)
Artichoke (green) Cabbage (red, green, savoy, etc.)
Asparagus Chinese cabbage
Bamboo Shoots Chives
Broccoli Endive
Brussel Sprouts Escarole
Cauliflower Greens
Celery -Beet
Cucumber -Collard
Daikon (Chinese radish) -Dandelion
Eggplant -Kale
Fennel -Mustard
Garlic -Turnip
Kohlrabi -Lettuce
Leeks
Okra -Parlsey
Onions -Rapini
Peppers (red, green, yellow, etc.) -Spinach
Radish -Swiss Chard
Rutabaga (yellow) -Watercress
Snow peas
Sprouts -alfalfa
-Mung Fresh Herbs
-Lentil/Chick pea mix
-any grain or dried bean sprout Basil
String beans Chives
Tomato Dill
Turnip (white) Oregano
Zucchini (summer squash) Parsley
Jerusalem Artichoke Rosemary
Popcorn –  1 cup portion Sage
Winter squash Tarragon
Protein Foods
Fish Seafood
Salmon (Chinook) Abalone
Mackeral (Atlantic) Clams
Salmon (pink) Crab (Alaska King)
Tuna (Albacore, canned and light) Crab (Blue, canned)
Sablefish Escargot
Herring (Atlantic) Mussels
Trout (Rainbow) Shrimp
Bass (Striped Oysters
Catfish Scallops
Ocean perch Squid
Halibut (Pacific)
Flounder
Haddock Meat (Organically fed and raised)
Turbot
Sardines Chicken
Cod Cornish hen
Sole Duck
Red Snapper Turkey
Swordfish Venison
Grouper Beef
Boston Bluefish Lamb
Goat
Nuts (in moderation)
Macadamia Nuts
Almonds
Sunflower seeds
Pumpkin seeds
Sesame seeds Alternate Source
Brazil nuts Soybeans
Walnuts Tofu
Pine nuts Tempeh
Pecans Eggs (soft yolked)
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