What You Should Eat If You Suffer From Allergies or Yeast Infections

Scientists and nutritionists have proven that major health problems such as cardiovascular diseases, allergies, celiac disease, diabetes, cancer, the widespread yeast infection mostly caused by candida albicans are related to dietary alterations. People of the modern time often experience the imbalances in the body caused by replacing novelty foods for traditional ones. The foods are radically altered: refined, heated, sweetened, colored, pressurized and chemically manipulated. Epidemic proportions of the yeast infection candida albicans motivated nutritionists all over the world to elaborate yeast-free cookbooks and lists of foods one can and can't eat or take to the grocery stores. Candida albicans yeast infection is considered to be closely related to celiac disease, diabetes and psoriasis.

Short list of possible causes of candida albicans yeast infection:

  • repeated exposures to antibiotics
  • use of oral contraceptives among women, steroids, chemical therapies, alcohol etc.
  • increased consumption of refined flours and sugar i.e. reduced consumption of whole grains and potatoes or other complex carbohydrates

Manifestation of the imbalance in the body due to candida albicans:

  • problems with the gastrointestinal tract: indigestion, food cravings, food allergies, celiac disease, diabetes, psoriasis.
  • problems with the central nervous system: numbness, tingling.
  • impaired circulatory system: cold hands and feet.
  • emotional changes: depression, premenstrual tension, loss of libido
  • malfunction of hormones: acne, dry skin, menstrual disturbances even miscarriage.
  • neurodermitis, urticaria.

The basis for all antifungal diets is avoiding all foods containing table sugar and refined forms of sucrose, glucose and fructose. Moreover, fruit, honey, molasses, maple syrup and all alcoholic beverages also contain sugar and they are to be avoided. We must add milk products (for example, cheese) as they contain milk sugar (lactose). Also, high-carbohydrate grains, especially those containing gluten.

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Top 5 cookbooks to fight candida albicans yeast infection, celiac disease and diabetes: wheat-free, gluten-free, yeast-free, sugar-free and dairy-free foods

(1) The Candida Albican Yeast-Free Cookbook : How Good Nutrition Can Help Fight the Epidemic of Yeast-Related Diseases

by Pat Connolly,a nutritionist (with Associates of the Price-Pottenger Nutrition Foundation)

Foods with great antifungal qualities:

  • Avocado is suger-free and contains antifungal fatty acids
  • Basil, cumin and oregano contain antifugal oils
  • Beaf, chicken and chicken soup
  • Coconut products, especially coconut butter and coconut oil (thanks to lauric acid found in these products)
  • Grapeseed oil is among acceptable fats and oils.
  • Garlic and onions are natural antifungal agents
  • Ginger root and horseradish contain antiseptic enzymes and oils
  • Stevia, the herb is the least harmful sweetener

This cookbook is a fully updated, complete guide that shows how nutrition can fight the epidemic of yeast- and fungus-related diseases and disorders. The cookbook is perfect for people suffering from asthma, bronchitis, depression, fatigue, memory loss and candida albicans manifestations described in the text above.  The second edition includes many new recipes utilizing 12 foods that contain the antiseptic enzymes . The battle with yeast is easier with these 256 pages of text offering more than 150 healthy and very flavorful recipes that are quick and easy to prepare. Most people who followed the diets in this cookbook made from common ingredients described, noticed a difference after only two weeks . There is a test to take at the front of the book to see if you are really a candidate for candida albicans related diseases and food allergies. The Candida Albicans Yeast-Free Cookbook is a core title for the kitchen cookbook collection of any family with a yeast intolerant family member.

(2) Feast Without Yeast: 4 Stages to Better Health : A Complete Guide to Implementing Yeast Free, Wheat (Gluten) Free and Milk (Casein) Free Living

by Bruce Semon and Lori Kornblum

This yeast-free, wheat-free, gluten-free and milk-free cookbook features more than 225 original recipes on 400 pages and it is intended for people who are sensitive to yeast, wheat, gluten and milk. The recipes are developed according to dietary and cooking suggestions recommended by dr. Semon in collaboration with L. Kornblum. Dr. Semon has been successfully treating patients suffering from candida albicans and related diseases such as celiac, diabetes and food allergies since 1991. The cookbook is 100% free of yeast and fermented foods, and mostly free of common food allergens such as: milk, wheat, eggs, soy, nuts and peanuts. These kosher recipes are also sugar free, and mostly cholesterol free and vegetarian, which makes them appropriate for diabetics to use. The dietary program is divided into 4 stages and it is easy to implement: you progressively start to eliminate more and more food, until you feel better. The diet plan is quite realistic as it is very hard for anyone to stop eating all food at once. There is also a chapter helping parents to change the diets for children, especially picky eaters, including lists of kid-tested recipes.

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Some reviews on this book:

  • This book has done more for us in the past 5 months since we've been following the diet than the last 5+ years of searching!  (Ann Hinderholtz)
  • Highly recommended not only for the recipes, but for the wealth of nutritional information and the personal interest story. (JMK)
  • Of all the cookbooks I've purchased, this is my absolute favorite. Recipes are EASY and DELICIOUS. I recommend this book to everyone and not only people with yeast problems. Since I've turned my friends on to the recipes in this book, they also purchased their own copy. (Karen Forman)

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(3) Complete Candida Yeast Guidebook, Revised 2nd Edition: Everything You Need to Know About Prevention, Treatment & Diet

by Jeanne Marie Martina and Zoltan P. Rona M. D.

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This candida yeast guidebook and cookbook contains more than 200 recipes intended for people who suffer from low energy, depression, digestive problems, and/or excessive skin irritation due to yeast infections. The guide also covers holistic, natural, herbal, and vitamin supplements, new medical and nutritional guidelines for asthma, cancer, diabetes, and other diseases. This  book has 528 pages and it is #1 book in the area of yeast infections and related diseases. Currently, more than half of the reviews on this book are starred 5 (the overall review score being 4 stars).

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(4) Healthful Eating: A Cookbook for Those with Candida, Celiac Disease & Diabetes

by Lynette J. Hall

This cookbook features over 200 recipes full of taste and variety that meet those dietary needs of people suffering from candida, celiac and diabetes. These easy-to -prepare recipes fit a busy lifestyle and they abound from American favorites to ethnic cuisine. There is also a section devoted to condiments. Lynette Hall offers unique wheat-free, dairy-free and stevia sweetened recipes (substitution for sugar).

(5) Allergy & Candida Cooking Made Easy

by Sondra K.Lewis

According to some people the fifth book decribed in this article may be the best cookbook on the subject of allergy and candida. It is detailed and has a large variety of foods and recipes free  of sugar, yeast, wheat, corn, dairy and eggs which are described on 288 pages. The author gives the medical background for problems related to candida albicans and diseases such as food allergies and provides useful techniques to treat them. The four day meal planning with a wide variety of foods is very easy to follow. Among other things in this cookbook, you can find detailed instructions on making tortillas and crackers from many types of grains and grain alternatives. There are also fun stories of where different grains come from and instructions how to use them. The spiral binding allows the book to lay flat so that it is easier to read when following the recipes.

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Candida albicans affects 90% of American and Canadian population (men, women, and children alike). University of Chicago research shows that 1 in 133 average healthy people have celiac disease. According to American Diabetes Association, about 176,500 people aged 20 suffer from diabetes. Some of the best things people suffering from these diseases can do for themselves is to read labels when shopping, eat organic and prepare food following one of the sugar-free, yeast-free, gluten-free, wheat-free and dairy-free cookbooks.

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