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Control Candida Yeast With Diet by Karen H. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 29 Oct 2009 11:00pm Yeast Reduction – yeast control diet   The second step in controlling a yeast overgrowth is to stop feeding the yeast. There are many variations of a yeast control diet but this one works the best! Optimal results will be achieved by following this diet strictly for 8-12 weeks at the same time as you take the antifungal preparat ... Read on »
On A Candida Diet but Got a Yeast Infection by Ted K. Posted Wed 30 Nov 2011 7:29pm Please help me! I’ve been on the Candida diet for 10 weeks now and apart from 2 minor lapses I have been gluten, yeast, sugar, dairy and fruit free all that time. But now I have started with an outbreak of thrush!! The whole reason for starting the diet was to stop the frequent bouts [...] Read on »
Yeast Cleanser: Free Candida Diet Minicourse by Ted K. Posted Fri 06 Aug 2010 2:58pm I recently was informed about Yeast Cleanser , a new Candida diet program recently published and written by Emma Taylors who has been helping Yeast infection sufferers for over 5 years. This new program focuses on diet and the use of natural remedies to cure Candida overgrowth. The program is easy to follow and the author providers the C ... Read on »
Cure Yeast Infection with Natural Remedy by Sandy H. Healthy Living ProfessionalComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 4:24pm Yogurt for Yeast Infection Yeast infections, also called thrush or monilia, can often be cured naturally by eating live yogurt daily and applying it topically for vaginal infections. Many natural health practitioners believe that vaginal yeast infections in women are related to an overgrowth of yeast in the bowel and that the digestive system ... Read on »
Road Trip Eats on the Body Ecology Diet! by glutenfreehappytummy Posted Fri 18 May 2012 12:45am So as you may know, I’m still in my Ulcerative Colitis flare. It is significantly better than where it was back in November when I started flaring. Yes, you read that right…its been 6 months. But now, I’ve developed Candida from bring on the steroid, Prednesone at the highest dose 4 years ago during my last flare. That, coupled with a stint on ... Read on »
Candida - The Fat Theory by Sandy H. Healthy Living ProfessionalComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Tue 28 Oct 2008 3:53am 1 Comment For many years candida sufferers have been religiously following anti-candida diets that restrict all sugar and foods containing it. Even milk is excluded as lactose, the milk sugar, feeds the candida. Fruit is often restricted as well because of fructose, the fruit sugar. Many people have struggled with the diet only to find that they never reall ... Read on »
Examining Candida Causes by Healthy Living .. Patient Expert Posted Fri 13 Feb 2009 4:56pm Candidiasis is the scientific name for yeast infection. Yeast is everywhere in our bodies particularly in our mouths, abdomen, under arms, nail beds or any part of our body that has skin folds. For women, yeast can usually be found under the breasts and the vagina. But if the yeast in our bodies reach more than the normal levels, that’s when y ... Read on »
Chia Seeds and the Yeast Eliminating Diet by Ted K. Posted Sat 30 Oct 2010 5:13pm Another great Candida food to begin incorporating into your yeast eliminating diet is the chia seed. You may remember these tiny chia seeds marketed as a novelty plant you would spread on a ceramic lamb and watch it grow. Who knew back in the 80′s that we should have been eating these tiny seeds instead of wasting them on a novelty. C ... Read on »
The Candida Recovery Plan by robin Patient Expert Posted Tue 17 Nov 2009 10:02pm So, What do you do if you suspect that you have a Systemic Candida Infection? After reading so many different approaches, I've come up with three essential steps in recovering from a systemic candida infection: Step 1: You need to stop feeding the yeast by beginning a Candida diet. Step 2: You need to kill the Candida with natural antifu ... Read on »
The Complete Candida Yeast Cookbook by Healthy Living .. Patient Expert Posted Mon 27 Sep 2010 8:40am < p> By : voly grand     From: Article2008.com The diet that doctors recommend to patients with candida infection can be severely restricted to several of the foods we tend to find enjoyable. While infection sufferers grasp the logic behind these must have dietary principals, many are faced with simple questions like “what can I eat?” ... Read on »