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Patient Note: This diet is designed to starve the yeast in your body. Two weeks is the recommended time frame for this diet


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ANTI-CANDIDA DIET
Patient Note: This diet is designed to starve the yeast in your body. Two weeks is the recommended time frame for this diet.


Step 1. Elimination

Eat only the food listed on the following pages. If you have any question, please ask the doctors or the nutrition consultant. The foods listed below will definitely prevent you from helping your yeast problem, but many you should already be avoiding as part of your general program here.


Sugar: All foods containing processed sugars should be eliminated. This includes cakes, sweets, jams, sodas etc.

Fruit, Fruit sugars, and this include fruit juices, and honeys are also eliminated. (Some types of fresh fruit can usually be gradually introduced after 2 weeks and the impact of their introduction monitored.)


Processed Foods: White flour products, such as breads and pastas and white rice.
Simple Carbohydrates: Potatoes, chips, crackers
Fermented Products: Products that have been fermented or contain yeast. ie: bread, alcohol, soy sauce, vinegar (except saurkraut is okay.)
Fungal Products: Mushrooms, cheeses, and milk.


Step 2. Cleansing & Food Choice

-Make sure you are drinking enough water. Ask the doctor if you are unsure how much you need.


-Start the day with a cup of warm water and lemon juice. (there is no need to eliminate lemon juice even though it is a fruit.)
-Eat plenty of salads with raw salad vegetables that inhibit the growth of Candida such as raw garlic, onions, cabbage, broccoli, turnip greens, and kale.
-Eat fresh and organic food as much as possible because when your body is being constantly stressed by pesticides and other chemicals it’s ability to fight the infection is greatly suppressed.
-Eat throughout the day instead of a few large meals.
Tips:
-Cook w/ saturated fats like ghee and coconut oil, and use more refined oils like olive, canola, and flax raw (or add to a hot dish after cooking.)
-Drink herbal teas with flavored Stevia when you want something sweet.
-Eat food immediately after cooking and only cook as much as you need-mold grows readily on leftovers and can feed yeast

Vegetables

Note: Vegetables that inhibit the growth of Candida: raw garlic, onions, cabbage, broccoli, turnip, kale)

Cabbages

Bok Choy , broccoli, Cabbage kraut, Cauliflower, Celery cabbage (Pe Tsai), Collared greens, Head (green or red), Kale, Kohlrabi.
Lettuces

Bibb, Butterhead, Boston, Butterscotch, Celtuce (stem), Iceberg (crisphead), Loose-leaf, Lamb’s, Matchless, Oak leaf (green , bronze), Prizehead, Salad bowl, Red-leaf chicory (Arugula), Romaine, Roguette, Leek, Mung bean sprouts, Onion, Okra, Parsnip, Pumpkin, Rape, Radish, Red sweet pepper, Sea kale, Shallot, Spinach
Squashes

Acorn, Alligator, Banana, Boston marrow, Bush, Buttercup, Butternut, Castera, Cocozella, Connecticut field, Crookneck, Cushaw, Delicious, golden nugget, Hubbard varieties, Mammoth, Melopepo, Mirliton, Patty pam, Pumpkin, Quaker pie, Queensland blue, Small sugar, Spaghetti, Straightneck, Table queen, Turban, Vegetable spaghetti, Virginia mammoth, Whitebush scallop,zucchini
Other

Alfalfa sprouts, Artichoke, Asparagus, Bamboo sprouts, Banana pepper, Bavarian endive (escarole, Chicory escarole), Bean sprouts, Beet greens, Bell pepper(sweet green), String beans, Swiss chard, Tomatillo, Tomato, Turnip greens, Upland cress, Water Celery, Watercress, Whitloof chicory( Belgian or French), Yucca

Herbs and Spices

Ginger


Allspices Ginseng (tea)

Althea root (tea) Goldenrod (tea)

Angelica Hibiscus (Roselle) (tea)

Anise Lavender

Apple mint Lemon balm (Melissa)

Balm Licorice

Basil Lovage

Bergamot Mace

Boneset (tea) Marjoram

Borage Menthol

Burdock root (tea) Mint

Burnet (cucumber flavor) Nutmeg

Caraway Oregano

Cardamom Paprika

Cassia Parsley

Celery seed Peppercorns (black, white)

Chamomile (tea) Peppermint

Chervil Pimiento

Chicory (in coffee, tea) Rosemary

Chive Saffron

Clove Sage

Comfrey (tea) Savory

Coriander Sorrel (dock)

Cumin Spearmint

Dill Tarragon

Dittany Thyme

East Indian arrowroot Turmeric

Fenugreek Vanilla (bean, extract)



Animal Products


(Note: Non-organic animal products, including eggs, are likely to contain quantities of antibiotics, which may exacerbate your yeast problem-get organic as much as possible)
Any variety of:

Fish


Shellfish

Amphibian

Beef

Pork


Lamb

Mutton


Game Poultry Eggs

Nuts:

(DEFINITELY AVOID PEANUTS AND PISTACHIOS)
Pumpkin seeds

Sesame seeds

Almonds

Walnuts

Fats:



Olive oil

Flax oil

Walnut oil

Canola oil

Coconut oil (for cooking)

Ghee (for cooking)




Bkfst

Snack

Lunch

Snack

Dinner

Snack

Scrambled eggs w/ spinach

Applegate farms turkey (Whole Foods)

Chicken on a mixed greens salad

Hamburger topped w/ salsa

Vegetable chili

Shredded broccoli w/ *ginger dressing

Sliced turkey

Boiled eggs

Field greens salad w/ salmon

Celery w/ almond butter

Stir fried spinach, onion,

Garlic, snow peas



Carrots and celery w/ hummus

Egg salad made w/ *vinegar-free mayo on celery

Avocado and tomato salad

Beef and veggie burrito bowl (Chipotle has organic meat-get just meat, fajita veggies, salsa)

Almonds


Grilled veggie kabobs (onion, Zucchini, eggplant, tomatoes rubbed w/ garlic)

Cut broccoli

Scrambled eggs w/ tomato and onion

Hummus w/ sliced jicama and celery

Chicken salad made w/ *vinegar-free mayo on celery

Walnuts

Grilled asparagus

Cucumber, tomato, onion salad

Grilled bison burger

Deviled eggs made w/ *vinegar-free mayo on celery

Chicken fajitas

Almonds

Mixed vegetable salad

Boiled cabbage

*Dairy-free veggie quiche (cook in advance in a muffin tin)

Egg salad made w/

*Vinegar-free mayo



Stir fried veggies w/ shrimp

Guacamole w/ sliced jicama and celery

Veggie 'fries' (brush sliced zucchini, eggplant, and yucca with oil and bake in oven)

Boiled cabbage

Poached eggs

Cashews

Grilled chicken w/ steamed veggies

Tuna salad made *vinegar-free mayo on celery

Vegetable Soup

Sauerkraut


Tips: Make your own salad dressings (make in advance and let sit a little while) such as:
-Olive oil, flax oil, lemon, oregano, parsley, salt and pepper
-Tomato, olive oil, flax oil, onion, garlic, lemon, oregano, parsley, salt and pepper (mix in blender)
-Olive oil, flax oil, fresh shredded ginger and salt


Recipe for vinegar-free mayonnaise:

1 boiled organic egg

2 Tbsp fresh lemon juice

¼ teaspoon salt

1-cup olive oil

Whatever spices you like that are on the above list


Blend first 4 ingredients: With blender running constantly, slowly dribble in the oil, a little at a time, until it thick and creamy. It will become slightly thicker when refrigerated.

Recipe for dairy-free quiche

4 eggs

Spinach


Green pepper

Onion


Garlic

Coconut oil


Sautee the vegetables in the oil until softened.

Let cool, then mix in a bowl with the eggs.

Line a 12-cup muffin pan with baking cups.

Spray the cups with organic olive oil cooking spray.

Divide mix evenly among the muffin cups.

Bake at 350 degrees F for 20 minutes, or until the knife inserted in the center comes out clean.



Keep in the refrigerator and warm a few at a time for breakfast or a quick snack.


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