A candida diet isn't all that complicated or difficult. The biggest problem for many with a diet like this is just finding recipes without the ingredients that a candida diet prohibits. We all have candida within our bodies. This is perfectly normal, and the beneficial bacteria in our bodies normally keep the candida in check, keeping it to healthy levels. When the bacteria is no longer able to keep the candida levels under control, it can lead to a number of medical problems. A candida diet can help to overcome these problems.

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The aim of this diet is to remove yeast intake from your diet.  Foods that are prohibited on this diet include breads, rolls and bread products, pastries and cookies, dairy and fermented foods, vinegar and foods that contain vinegar, such as pickles, and many condiments such as salad dressing, mayonnaise, mustard, and barbecue sauce. Instead, your diet will consist much more of meat and vegetables instead. It is also advisable to try to eat four or five smaller meals a day rather than the traditional three normal size meals. The largest portion of your diet should consist of meat, with vegetables second.


If you are a meat eater, luckily you can eat almost any meat that you like on a candida diet. Beef, beef patties, and ground beef, turkey, turkey patties, ground turkey, chicken, chicken thighs, chicken breasts, chicken patties, tuna and sardines, and even ground buffalo are all fine. Things you need to watch out for and avoid in the meat section are cured bacon and pickled or smoked meats. No more hamburger buns on your hamburgers either.

A few snacks that you can eat on this diet include carrot sticks and celery sticks, green apples, asparagus, raw broccoli and nuts (but no nuts like pistachios & peanuts). Some snacks that you would need to avoid are grapes, raisins, dates, citrus fruit, honey and maple syrup, high sugar foods, chocolate, and soft drinks.