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Your Anti Candida Diet

As I mentioned in my last post, the weather is warming up nicely, and this always gives me more incentive to start looking at my own anti Candida diet.

Healthy salads

Salads are a great addition to anyones diet in the warmer weather, and they are perfect for an anti Candida diet as well. Salads make it much easier to follow an anti Candida diet as most of the foods you can choose from are not foods that feed the Candida yeast.


You can have plate filled with nutritious vegetables along with something like cous cous or quinoa. Quinoa ( pronounced keen-waa ) is unlike other grains as it has a higher protein content along with more iron, and has less carbohydrates. It also has plenty of B vitamins, minerals and fiber. Quinoa has been classed a superfood.


Inulin is a carbohydrate found in certain foods that can’t be digested by humans. The good news is it can be digested by friendly bacteria. Also known as Fructo-oligosaccharides it is found in many vegetables including…

  • Asparagus
  • Garlic
  • Jerusalem Artichokes
  • Chicory root
  • Onions
  • Wid Yams

Raw onions are something I always add to my salads. They give it a kick, and at the same time feed my beneficial bacteria.

Whatever your food choices are teh more you stick to your anti Candida diet, the quicker you will start to feel better. You lose weight, have better skin and have more energy.

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