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Candida Diet Recipes - Yeast Free Recipes

Updated on February 13, 2015

Candida Diet Recipes To Help Cleanse The Body

An effective way to remove the overload of yeast in the body is to take a look at Candida Diet Recipes, which helps individuals with this condition and maintain a healthy level of yeast in the body.

When we have an overload of yeast in our body, this is usually known as candida. For many of us we do not even know that we suffer from this condition until it is quite severe and start experiencing symptoms.

Many people may think that have a yeast overgrowth only effect women, but the truth is that just the same amount of men can have candida as well, which is why it is so important to deal with this infection early or other health problems may appear.

Following a candida diet on your own can be quite hard, and you may not be sure what foods are the best to eat while on this type of diet, which is why following a candida diet program is essential in being successful in removing any yeast overgrowth.

If you are someone that seems to have reoccurring yeast infections and over the counter medications do not work for you, it may be time to start a all natural treatment program, where following candida diet recipes can help you eliminate the overgrowth and start feeling healthy and energetic once again.

Eat Fresh Organic Foods While On The Candida Diet
Eat Fresh Organic Foods While On The Candida Diet

How To Reduce Symptoms Of Candida

For many over the counter medications, they will only treat the symptoms and will not correct the problem, which is why the yeast infection may reoccur. We must starve the yeast by sticking to a strict yeast free diet, this is done by:

  • Avoiding yeast products such as bread and pizza
  • Avoid eating sugar which will feed the yeast and make your overgrowth worse
  • Try to reduce your dairy intake
  • Exercise daily and drink plenty of filtered water
  • Bowel movements are very important when on a candida diet, you will need to flush out toxins quickly to minimize the die off effects you may receive
  • Increase your supplement intake as well especially vitamin C and magnesium
  • Take a good probiotic to help fight your candida infection
  • Most candida sufferers have leaky gut so take glutamine powder to help heal your leaky gut, 1 teaspoon added to cold water twice a day on an empty stomach.
  • When it comes to treating candida effectively you will need to boost your immune system so it can handle excess yeast.By having a diet that is fresh and free from chemicals, preservatives and additives you will get better results.

There are many candida diet recipes that you can buy on the market today,which will help you succeed in removing your yeast overgrowth. These type of resources are great as they will save you time figuring out what to eat every day and will also know what works in eliminating an overgrowth of candida in the body. By following a natural Candida Infection Treatment, you will be slowly eliminating your symptoms and also gaining a more healthy body.

Coconut Muffins
Coconut Muffins

Anti Candida Recipes

Coconut Muffins.

Here are a few yeast free recipes that you can try at home. Coconut Muffins are a sweet treat that can be eaten on the candida diet. You can eat them for breakfast or for an afternoon snack.


3 Eggs

2 TBSP of melted Cold Pressed Virgin Coconut Oil

Quarter Teaspoon of Sea Salt

Quarter Agave Nectar or any other sweetener such as xylitol or stevia ( I sometimes use 20 drops of liquid stevia)

Quarter cup sifted coconut flour

Quarter TSP of aluminum free baking flour

3 TBSP of dried and unsweetened shredded coconut.


  1. Firstly preheat your oven to 400 degrees fahrenheit.
  2. Grease some muffin trays with coconut oil and set aside
  3. In a small bowl beat the eggs, coconut oil,agave nectar syrup and salt together. Then combine the coconut flour and baking powder together with a whisk to form a smooth batter.
  4. Pour the batter into the muffin trays but only fill it half full. Then sprinkle some shredded coconut on top.
  5. Bake in a preheated oven for approximately 15 - 2- minutes or until golden brown.

Roasted Herb Chicken
Roasted Herb Chicken

An Anti Candida Recipe That The Whole Family Can Enjoy

Roasted Herb Chicken.

Having a roasted herb chicken is a great way to share a meal with the family and also great for the candida diet.

This herb chicken can be cooked in a crockpot,slow cooker or in your oven.


1 TBSP of Olive Oil

1 TSP of Paprika

Half TSP of Garlic

Half TSP of Sea Salt

Half TSP Dried Thyme

Half TSP of Dried Basil

1 Whole Chicken

Half Cup of Chicken Broth


  1. In a small bowl, combine all the ingredients except for the broth. And rub the ingredients over the chicken.
  2. Place the chicken in a crockpot,slow cooker or oven.
  3. Then add the chicken broth
  4. Cover and cook on a low temperature for approximately 4 - 5 hours. The slow cooker may need to go in longer.


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      3 months ago

      I think the muffin recipe is missing some liquid. The batter was not at all pourable I had to spoon it in, it did not flatten like a muffin and had no flavor. Any comments or suggestions.

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      3 years ago

      I also am confused at the sweetener for this recipe.....Clarification pretty please :-)

    • Eleanor Candy profile imageAUTHOR

      Eleanor Candy 

      3 years ago from Australia


      I usually use 20 drops of liquid stevia in this recipe, but you can easily adjust the amount of sugar to your liking.

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      3 years ago

      Yes the sweetener just says quarter. Id love to make these too!

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      3 years ago

      The sweetener measurements a bit confusing to me. How much Stevia you add for the coconut muffins?? I'm so interested in making this recipe.

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      3 years ago

      I searched tugohrh several publications on Candida, both online and printed materials, and nothing compares to the extraordinary, invaluable information packed into this book. I wanted something that contained the following: Explained what Candida is; Possible causes; Symptoms of Candida and closely related health problems; How to treat it naturally as well as tugohrh traditional medicine; Candida diet recipes.A Candida diet was always difficult to find since many sources contradicted one another and/or contained food sensitivities while offering no alternatives. This book explains these contradictions, offers plenty of food alternatives, and guides you tugohrh the phases of your healing process. Best of all, the RECIPES TASTE SPECTACULAR! I was amazed at how delicious everything has been thus far, not to mention easy to prepare. Each dish has loads of flavor, making this diet seem not like a diet at all.This book truly is a gift for someone who needs a complete, informative reference with a wealth of wonderful recipes to get them on track to recovering from Candida. Highly recommended!

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      4 years ago

      I really codunl't ask for more from this article.

    • Eleanor Candy profile imageAUTHOR

      Eleanor Candy 

      4 years ago from Australia

      Thanks for your comment. I believe stevia is allowed on the anti candida diet in small amounts. But if you experience worsening of symptoms it is best to stop taking stevia.

      Personally I have used stevia while on this diet and did not get worsening of symptoms. You only need to use a small amount as it is quite sweet.

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      4 years ago

      According to the Wellness Educator at an alternative medicine center, not only can you not only eat sugar if you have a yeast overgrowth, but you also cannot eat anything sweet (including stevia), regardless if it contains sugar or not. However, I see many, many anti-candida diet recipes, including yours, on Pinterest, which call for stevia. What are your thoughts on this? Can someone on an anti-candida diet have stevia or not?


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