Absolutely! I won’t be able to provide a list as in-depth as the author has, but it will be adequate enough to get you started.
She outlined 4 different phases of Candida diets, which depend on the severity of your Candida, and post-candida diets. I’m currently on Phase 2 which is recommended for moderate-severe cases.
Outlined are foods to enjoy, that I personally highlighted and enjoy out of her comprehensive list of Foods to Enjoy phase 2:
Almonds, Amaranth flour, Artichoke hearts, Asparagus, Avodcados,
Beets, Brocolli, Brussel spouts, Cabbage, Carrots, Cayenne pepper,
Celery, Chickpeas, Chickpea flour, Cranberry juice (unsweetened),
Cucumbers, Eggs, Fish: Salmon, Tuna, Cod, Trout and other ocean variety (cooked only),
Flaxseeds, Garlic, Kale, Kasha (toasted buckwheat)- one of my favourite sources of carbohydrates,
Lemon juice, Lettuce (leaf, red, bibb, and Boston only), Lime juice, Millet,
Oil (Olive- extra virgin, Coconut, Sunflower, canola, flax, pumpking cold-pressed only),
Onions (white, yellow or red), Paprika, Parsley, Peppers (bell), Quinoa, Radishes, Snow peas, Squash,
Tofu, Tomatoes, Turnips, Yams, Zucchini
The list I provided is a small portion of the list provided in the book. With each phase there is also a section titled Occasional Foods to Enjoy which is up to and/or your naturopath. Approval with a naturopath is recommended. Some of my favourite examples are:
Chicken, Lamb, Veal -organic, free-range preferred, Ricotta cheese, Sauerkraut, Stevia, Feta Cheese, Berries-cooked only
I did not do this author justice by any means, the book is WAY more comprehensive. I’m sure you have spent a lot of money trying to beat Candida. This book has helped me more than prescription meds, supplementing and dieting on my own has AFTER doing my own research on the internet, and seeing my naturopath over the course of 2-3 years! Personally there is no monetary on my health, but this book cost me about $20! I highly recommend it.