Yeast Free Candida Diet
The Yeast Diet A Candida Cure
Yeast Overgrowth Symptoms
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The Candida Diet (or Yeast Diet) is a cleansing diet meant to detox the body from an overgrowth of yeast.
Many people suffer from yeast overgrowth with symptoms including recurring yeast infections, gas and bloating, depression, joint aches, fatigue, headaches, recurring illness, digestive issues and more.
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This cleansing diet takes a more natural approach to healthier living by treating the cause of the symptoms - yeast overgrowth.
Candida Albicans is a common yeast found in the body naturally and is not harmful in a healthy individual, however if not held in check, yeast colonization or overgrowth can occur which can lead to may of the symptoms listed above.
There are many causes of yeast overgrowth including taking birth control pills, using antibiotics, chemotherapy, poor diet and even exposure to others with yeast overgrowth. These can cause a die-off of not only the harmful bacteria in your system but also the healthy bacteria. Healthy bacteria is what the body uses to naturally keep the yeast in balance. When this balance is upset it opens the door for yeast to grow unhindered and can lead to yeast overgrowth or an even more serious condition known as Candidiasis.
The good news is that many people see an improvement in their symptoms through use of a Candida Diet or yeast free diet. If you question whether your symptoms could be yeast related try taking a Candida Test to see how your symptoms match up with those commonly associated with yeast overgrowth or candidiasis.
The Candida Diet eliminates the food items that enable yeast to grow within the system. These items include: sugar in any form, yeast in any form, fermented foods such as pickles, alcohol in any form, vinegar and vinegar based products, fruit (due to the high sugar content), and dairy.
There are many delicious foods that can still be consumed on the Candida Diet including: vegetables, most meats (organic if possible), eggs, beans, unprocessed seeds and nuts (no peanuts), and whole grains (unless you have a gluten sensitivity).
While the diet can seem restrictive there are still lots of foods you can enjoy while you eliminate the yeast. Focus on natural foods and refrain from processed, boxed or pre-prepared meals. Try the recipe below as an easy yeast free meal to start your diet off right.
Herb Roasted Chicken
- 1 tbsp olive oil
- 1 tsp paprika
- ½ tsp garlic powder
- ½ tsp seasoned salt
- ½ tsp dried thyme
- ½ tsp dried basil
- ½ tsp pepper
- 4 bone in chicken breasts or one whole chicken
- ½ c chicken broth (or a little more)
In a small bowl, combine 1st seven ingredients and rub over chicken. Place in crock pot and add broth. Cover and cook on low for 4-5 hrs. The leftover meat is great for sandwiches or tortilla soup.
Whitney Frazier - About Me
My name is Whitney Frazier, owner of the popular website www.theyeastdiet.com. My website deals with healthy living specifically in dealing with Candida Albicans or yeast overgrowth.
Candida yeast overgrowth is a problem for many people and can affect them in the form of recurring yeast infections, gas and bloating, headaches, depression, joint pain, fatigue, and many other symptoms.
My personal mission statement is: "To help people successfully complete the yeast free cleansing diet by minimizing the challenges of a restricted meal plan. To learn what foods are acceptable and to incorporate those foods into delicious options for yeast free meal planning."
In keeping with that goal I have authored The Yeast Diet Cookbook and Meal Planning Guide to provide my collection of delicious yeast free meals to those wishing to go on the Candida Diet (yeast free diet).
My first attempt at the diet left me feeling hungry and weak from lack of nutrition along with the common Candida "die-off" symptoms that eventually led me to quit the diet before I should have.
I knew my approach wasn't healthy and so I began to plan my meals and cleanse my house of all the foods that I needed to avoid. The next time I did the diet I did much better and there were even days where I almost forgot I was on a restricted meal plan.
I have seen such personal benefit from my experience with the yeast diet cleanse that I enjoy sharing my success story with others and providing support for those wishing to get back to better health.
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