Candida/Fungal Control Diet-Beware of organic produce with Rotenone

A common question that is asked is do I have to stay on this candida diet forever? No, you don't. But chances are that you will in some form or another because after the yeast infection is gone you are going to feel so good that you will not want to go back. At least that is how I feel about it. When your yeast infection has been eradicated by the candida diet and the natural treatments listed on the treatment page, you can then start reintroducing foods back into your diet. But I would carefully keep a record of how they make you feel, then you must decide if they are worth it or not.

Since we have these promises, dear friends, let us purify ourselves from everything that contaminates body and spirit, perfecting holiness out of reverence for God.
 2 Corinthians 7:1, New International Version



* * * FOODS YOU CAN EAT * * *
Candida/Fungal Control Diet


  Beef    Squirrel
  Salmon  Rabbit
  Chicken Quail
  Turkey    Duck
  Lamb    Goose
  Veal    Cornish Hen
  Egg   Pheasant
  Tuna    All game bird

  FISH       All meats & Eggs
  All fresh fish      No BACON, SAUSAGE, HAM
  Oysters (Easy on the seafood due to heavy metals; as the body is now very susceptible to it)

  NUTS, SEEDS & OILS   ALL FRESH VEGETABLES- especially asparagus and spinach
 (UNPROCESSED)      Asparagus   Lettuce
  Almonds       Beets     Onions
  Brazil          Broccoli    Parsley
  Cashews       Brussels Sprouts  Peas, Beans
  Filberts        Cabbage   Legumes
  Pecans          Carrots   Tomatoes (fresh)
  Pumpkin Seeds     Cauliflower   Summer Squash
            Celery      Winter Squash
  AVOID ALL FRUIT      Cucumbers   Zucchini, Acorn
  FOR 2 WEEKS      Eggplant    Red Potatoes
  Apple     Grapefruit  Green Peppers Butter Squash
  Avocado   Mango   Greens    Radishes
  Banana    Nectarine Turnip      Okra
  Peach     Orange  Spinach   Parsnip
  Pear      Papaya  Mustard   Corn
  Apricot     Pineapple Beets     Collards

  Almonds   Apricot   Barley      Corn
  Avocado   Corn    Millet      Oats
  Linseed   Olive   Rice      Wheat
  Safflowers  Sesame    Cereal grains   Break & Muffins
  Butter        Containing no yeast, honey, or sugar
                                          Avoid All Grains For 2 Weeks.
                                          Reintroduce 1 at a Time.


  • Fruit Juices: Either canned, bottled, or frozen. Exception: Freshly prepared juice.


  • Coffee & Tea: Regular coffee, instant coffee, decaffeinated coffee, and teas of all sorts, including herb tea. Exception: Traditional medicinal herb teas not in bags.


  • Melons: honeydew melon, and especially cantaloupe.


  • Edible Fungi: All types of mushrooms, morels, and truffles.


  • Cheeses: Prepared foods, Velveeta, macaroni and cheese, any other cheeses containing snacks. NO buttermilk, sour cream, any other sour milk products.


  • Yeast: Brewer's yeast, baker's yeast, vitamins, minerals, unless labeled "yeast free" and "sugar free".


  • Antibiotics: Specifically penicillin, streptomycin, ampicillin, amoxicillin, keflix, ceclor, septra, and bactrim.


  • Processed Foods: Packaged and processed foods containing yeast and refined sugar. Also avoid enriched flour products.


  • Nuts: Peanuts and pistachios usually contain mold, which in turn will feed yeast.


  • Sugar: All sugar containing foods and sweeteners.


  • Alcohol: Fermented liquors and liqueurs, and beverages such as cider and root beer.


  • Malt (mold) Products Milk drinks, cereals, and candy.


  • Condiments, Sauces, and Vinegar-Containing Foods: Mustard, ketchup, Worcestershire, Accent (monosodium glutamate), steak, barbecue, chili, shrimp and soy sauces, pickles, pickled vegetables, relishes, green olives, sauerkraut, horseradish, mince meat, and tamari. Also avoid sprouts. Vinegar of all kinds and vinegar containing foods such as mayonnaise, and salad dressing. (Freshly squeezed lemon juice may be used as a substitute for vinegar in salad dressings prepared with unprocessed vegetable oil.)


  • Processed & Smoked Meats: Pickled and smoked meats, fish including sausages, hot dogs, corned beef, pastrami, and pickled tongue.


  • Dried & Candied Fruits: Raisins, apricots, dates, prunes, figs, and pineapple.


  • Left-overs: Molds grow in left-over food unless it's properly refrigerated. Freezing is better.

Avoid all wheat flour products.  This adds to the ph balance ruin (acidity; ideal breeding grounds for mold) to thrive.

Diet anything-Formaldehyde puts a burden on the immune system. Fluoride also adds a strain.  Avoid commercial toothpastes such as Crest.  Tom's toothpaste is a healthy alternative or hydrogen peroxide (3%) or baking soda are also healthier alternatives.

Soda is produced with citric acid (not to be associated with vitamin C) that is made with the aspergillus fermentation process.


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