The Candida Diet Part II
The Candida Diet Cookbook
The Allowable List
This will take a little time so will be updating this list as time permits. This is a big list and is great to print off and take to the store to use as a shopping list. You will be surprised how good you can eat and you will lose weight at the same time. I have many people that have followed this diet and have had great weight lose success. One woman lost a total of 87lbs. by following this diet and taking Aqua Flora within 4 months.
Allowable Foods on a Candida Diet
Foods that are Allowed and not Allowed on a Candida Diet
There is a lot of controversity of what foods are allowed on a Candida Control Diet. I have done extensive research to find the right diet. Here I will be publishing a list of foods that are allowed on the diet and also a list of foods that are not allowed.
Sprouts (mold free)
Carnberries (sugar & sulphite-free)
All organically farmed fish
Eggs are allowed but try to get organic. Chickens that do not lay organic eggs have been fed antibiotics and this is carried through to the eggs. Antibiotics are one of the gretest contributors to Candida.
Lemon or lime water (may be sweetened with stevia)
Pau D'Arco tea
Daily detox tea
All natural herbal teas
Fresh non-sweetened veggie juices
Stevia extract-now available in many flavors.
Chicolin Natural chicory extract.
Xylitol is also an allowable sweetner on the Candida diet.
Spices and Herbs
All organically grown fresh herbs.
All dried and fresh spices.
Nuts and Seeds
Allowable Nuts and Seeds
Nuts and Seeds
Allowed Nut and Seed Butters
Nut and Seed Butters
Allowable Fats and Oils
Fats and Oils
High quality, cold-pressed oils stored in dark container (may need refigeration)
Flax (raw only)
Extra Virgin olive
Organic Cocnut butter
These in moderation:
Black eyed peas
All rices except white rice
Whole grain pastas except for wheat
Oats if not gluten intolerant
List of Flours that can be Subsituted on a Candida Diet
If you are Gluten intolerant, please stay away from the flours with a (G).
Almond-flour and meal
Amaranth-whole (as hot cereal). flour, puffed
Barley (G)_whole, hulled, flakes, flour
Buckwheat-whole, cereal, flour (raw or roasted)
Flaxseed- whole and mealed
Hazelnut-flour and mealed
Kamut (G)-bran whole grains, flaked, flour, pasta
Kuzu (also called Kudzu)-starch
Legume Flours-yellow and green pea, red and green
lentil, white, lima and pinto bean
Millet-whole grain, flour
Oat (G)-scotch style, flour, oat bran, rolled flakes
Pearled millet-whole flour
Poo (dehydrated)-starch and flour
Potato, white-flour and starch
Quinoa-whole, flour, puffed
Rice (short, medium, long grain)-whole, flour, pasta, puffed, cakes, crackers
Rye (G)-flakes, flour
Soy-flakes, grits, flour
Spelt (G)-whole grains, flakes, flour, pasta
Teff-whole (for hot cereals), flour
White sweet potato-flour
Yam (true yam)-flour
FOODS NOT ALLOWED ON A CANDIDA DIET
Here is the list of foods that are NOT ALLOWED on the Candida diet.
Any vegetables that are pickled in vinegar
Coffee (due to the fungicide that is used to kill a bore that afflicts the coffee plant, this is used for organically grown coffee too)
Meat, fish and eggs:
Smoked to processed meats
Nuts and Seeds:
Roasted, salted nuts
Dried or candied fruits
Grains and Seeds:
Oleo or margarines
Butter (clarified only)
All yeast products including vitamins (read labels)
Caffeine (including chocolate)
Condiments that contain additives, sugar, vinegar
Refined, cooked, hydrated, fractionated or superheated oils