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Foods to Avoid in Your Diet when you have Yeast Infection

7 March 2009 693 views No Comment

Candida diet has been identified as a strictest diet by the natural health world. Candida diet could transform ones eating habit significantly.

This article discusses three of the foods or food ingredients that should be avoided if you are into the Candida diet. If you want to follow the Candida diet, you must avoid the following:

Sugar

Avoiding any food products that contain sugar is the critical part of the diet. Since foods such as white bread and white flour are converted into sugar in your body, it’s recommended to avoid them as well. Regular servings of fruits are good for your health. But fruits also contain sugar. Therefore, you should avoid fruits until the yeast infection is healed.

Yeast

Any food that contains yeast encourages the growth of Candida and Candida is classified as yeast. Therefore, it makes sense to completely eliminate yeast from your diet. It is a fact that Candida is capable of absorbing other forms of yeast and uses them to multiply.

Alcohol

Candida diet avoids alcohol. Since alcohol encourages the process of fermentation, it makes sense to avoid alcohol during infection. The reason individuals who suffers from Candida often complain of feeling like they have a hang-over is, because of the by-product, acetaldehyde, produced by Candida in the body every single day.

If you want to avoid recurrence after being completely healed, it is best to continue observing the diet or at least take these foods in complete moderation. Remember that prevention is still the best thing to do in order to avoid Candida from developing in your body.

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