you will find advice for nutrition and supplements that have worked
for other people, suggested in various works by nutritional or alternative
health care experts, such as Dr Gloria Gilbere, N.D, DA Hom, PhD,
Dr Gillian McKeith, Jack Hinze NMD and Liz Lipski, MS, CNN. Please
consult your doctor before embarking upon any new dietary regime
and please contact a qualified nutritional therapist to tailor your
dietary needs. The information provided here is not intended to
be an alternative to professional advice given directly by a qualified
medical practitioner, as each individual has different requirements.
You Should Avoid
- Avoid foods
that cause the allergies for 4-6 months (under supervision
of a qualified practitioner.)
sugar, alcohol, vinegar, too much fruit,
bread and anything else
that allows Candida Albicans to proliferate.
out packaged, processed and convenience
foods which are jam packed full of additives, flavour
enhancers, high levels of sugar and salt, hydrogenated fats and
other harmful ingredients.
dairy products which feed
fermented products which
feed the yeast.
it is at best a temporary stimulant and it can result
in early fatigue, hypoglycaemia, excess insulin production, artery
deterioration, potentially birth defects. 
fizzy drinks which alter
the pH balance in the stomach and contain additives and artificial
sweeteners linked to various health problems including hyperactivity
- Avoid dried or canned fruits, which are said to worsen candida infection.
- Avoid products containing gluten.
- Pay careful attention to the beauty and personal care products you use as most mainstream brands imbue their products with a bewildering array of synthetic chemicals, some of which may be harmful to your health. For more information on this see the book Toxic Beauty, by author and journalist Dawn Mellowship.
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