Candida Diet: All About the Unknown Symptoms You Need To Know

Candida Diet: All About the Unknown Symptoms You Need To Know

Are you feeling too tired? Losing a sexual drive? Craving for sweets? You might have a candida symptom. We may not feel familiar with that as the symptoms are often difficult to diagnose. However, before we go further, here is what you need to know about..

Candida: What Is It?

We all have candida, without ever realizing it. Candidat is a fungus commonly live in humans’ intenstines, mouths, and skin. Candida, a single-cell organism is found in colonies.

According to a Harvard University fellow in infectious disease, Julia Koehler, Candida plays an important role in causing predominant fungal infection behind diseases affecting humans.

When it is in proper level (in our body), candida helps our digestion and absorption of nutrients. However, when it overgrows, the candida symptoms will appear. The out-of-control growth of candida is known as Candida Overgrowth Syndrome (COS).

This is a serious health condition when you are allergic or sensitive to certain types of food (such as dairy products, flour, and eggs).

What causes the infection?

There are several factors causing candida such as consuming too much sugar, overtaking antibiotics, cancer treatment (chemoteraphy may kill cancer-causing cells, but it may kill the good bacteria that can help fight the candida). Moreover, a high level of stress can also speed up the overproduction of candida in your body.

Is candida diet effective?

Candida diet is seen as the most effective way to overcome candida symptoms. The diet aims to kill candida in your body. Candida diet excludes sugar, yeast, flour, and cheese as those foods are blamed for causing candida overgrowth.

Here are some foods you can eat when you follow candida diet:

Vegetables: Cucumber, eggplant, broccoli, asparagus, artichokes, tomatoes, zucchini,kale, olives and so on (other non-starchy vegetables)

Yogurt: Kefir, probiotic, yogurt

Meat and Eggs: beef, eggs, chicken, turkey, and lamb

Grains: Quinoa,oat bran, buckwheat

Nuts and Seeds: hazelnut, pecans, sunflower seeds, almonds,

Oils: Virgin coconut oil, olive oil, red palm oil, sesame oil

Drinks: Green tea, ginger tea, peppermint tea

Seasoning: black pepper, organic apple cider,sea salt, lemon juice

And here are what you must avoid while on candida diet

  • Mushrooms (any types)

  • Processed meat (canned corned beef, smoked beef and smoked chicken)

  • Sugar (including sweetener. However, some said sweeteners such as stevia are acceptable)

  • Starchy vegetables (potatoes, carrots)

However..

There is no evidence that supports the symptoms of yeast infection. And there is no clinically-based statement that support candida diet as the best solution to treat any serious medical conditions.

The main benefit of candida diet plan is you feel better as you cut off your sugar and flour intake and replace them with complex carbohydrates.

Myths of Candida

  • Strict candida is a medicine

A strict candidate diet plan sound too impossible to most people. This diet may improve your yeast infection, however, that does not heal you. The diet cannot get rid of all candidate, but only balance it. You can reduce the candida overgrowth by reducing high-sugar food.

  • Probiotics cures yeast infections

There are lots of probiotic drinks at stores. The high-quality ones can be effective in controlling the amount of candida, however, no clinica evidence that they can cure your candida symptoms.

  • Heavy metals can cause candida

Despite being healthy and rich in important nutrients, some fish are not appropriate as they contain mercury (such as mackerel). Eliminating mercury is a good option to cleanse our body, but there is no supporting scientific evidence that it can cure candida.

  • A yeast infection leads to infertility

Totally wrong. A yeast infection has nothing to do with infertility. A high-level of stress, low quantity of sperms, and problems with reproductive systems are among the main factors that cause infertility.

  • All yeast infections have vaginal discharge

Many women suffering from candida overgrowth do not have a discharge.

  • Yeast infection is not sexually transmitted disease (STD).

Yes, it is true that yeast infection is not STD. The infection can transmit through sexual intercourse. Therefore, prevention is the best medicine. Couples must be treated for a yeast problem at the same time and maintain cleanliness before and after the intercourse.

Whether you want to adopt candida diet plans or not, you had better talk to your health provider first. It is to anticipate the further risks that might occur (such as constipation). In addition, your doctor will tell you what to eat and what to do to anticipate a nutrient deficiency while adopting this diet.

What you need to remember, no matter which diet plan you choose, it must be based on your need, health conditions, and so on. You cannot expect the same result as people are different.

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