in Essay 103 pt 1, I triumphed about how I had whittled my allergies down from 4 to 1, the last man standing was Wheat. And so I began like most Candida Albican sufferers who make a breakthrough, I began introducing Sugar & Gluten back into my diet, at a slow moderate rate until the sweet taste of Sugar took over and now a day hasn’t gone by when I haven’t induced some sort of sugar.
As a vegan, my daily intake of sugar is huge; I don’t eat breakfast. I gorge on fruit for lunch. Everything from Banana’s, Strawberrys, Oranges, Avocado, Mango. I love LOVE love Chocolate, so I go for Plamil (Raw Vegan Chocolate with Orange) or Kinnerton Vegan chocolate.
This week, beginning of June, i bin began searching for the Candida Albican “do’s and don’t” listings i’ve bookmarked from years back as my gums had started to swell and my urine was extremely yellow. I did the Candida Test at home (fill a glass with water and spit saliva into it. If the saliva doesn’t seperate, you are fine. If it does and becomes stringy, you may have Candida). My saliva became stringey instantly.
I was like ” Oh Boy, the big C.A is back! That would explain my mood swings + larthargy”
I realised that I had overdosed on Sugar since I had my Allergens test in April and needed to seriously cut back to heal my immune system. I am devestated, but I am completely ready to Kick Candida’s butt once & for all! BY GOING COMPLETELY GREEN. plant+veg+herb based diet only.
What’s the solution?:
Completely ELIMINATE all Sugar. NO Fruits (except berries), NO Chocolate or Cacao (Raw, Vegan, doesn’t matter as it probably contains some sugar), ALL Vegetable, especially GREEN or ORANGE. This is my Candida-Free FOODS TO EAT listing:
|LIVE YOGURT CULTURES||Plain yogurtProbioticsOnly Soya Yogurt for me! Sojade Yogurts are great!||
|PROTEINS||BeefChickenFishEggsI will be doing Chick Pea’s instead!!!||
|NUTS AND SEEDS||Nuts and seeds that don’t contain a high mold content||
|NON-GLUTINOUS GRAINS||BuckwheatMilletAmaranthQuinoaWild and brown rice||
|HERBS AND SPICES||BasilBlack PepperCayenneCilantroCinnamonCloves
|OILS||Virgin Coconut OilOlive OilSesame OilPumpkin seed oilMacadamia OilAlmond Oil
|SEASONING||Black PepperSaltSea SaltLemon Juice|
|HERBAL TEAS||Cinnamon TeaClove TeaChamomile TeaPau D’arco TeaPeppermint TeaGinger Tea