- February 9, 2012 at 12:40 pm #72978
Candi dietMemberTopics: 24Replies: 24
Uau this forum is great. Hello. I´m on stage 1 and I have a few questions. Today I eat for lunch 2 boiled turnip with a big salad and for dinner one big salad with onions and some boiled spinach. Isn´t this a lot of vagetables? I mean I know that vegetables haven´t a lot of sugar but they have a litle of sugar and my question is will that feed candida. How much vegetables I can eat?February 10, 2012 at 4:32 am #73063
Chris24MemberTopics: 12Replies: 329
Candi diet wrote: Uau this forum is great. Hello. I´m on stage 1 and I have a few questions. Today I eat for lunch 2 boiled turnip with a big salad and for dinner one big salad with onions and some boiled spinach. Isn´t this a lot of vagetables? I mean I know that vegetables haven´t a lot of sugar but they have a litle of sugar and my question is will that feed candida. How much vegetables I can eat?
Dont need an expert for this question. You can eat ALL the vegetables you want, as long as they are on the approved food list.February 10, 2012 at 4:52 am #73066
JavizyMemberTopics: 20Replies: 945
By stage 1, do you mean the cleanse or the strict diet? The more non-starchy veggies you eat the better, but if you’ve started the strict diet, you should be eating some protein (mainly organic eggs and low-mercury, non-farmed fish) as well. You’ll also want a decent amount of fat, so generously drizzle extra virgin olive oil, hemp seed oil, flax seed oil or other unrefined oils on your salads. They offer a source of energy as well as many health benefits (as long as they’re unrefined). Try to avoid heating them though.
Try a bit of variety too. Have turnip and half a swede or a parsnip instead of two turnips. The more varied your foods are the more potential nutrients, phytochemicals, antioxidants etc you can consume. I had a soup yesterday with six different vegetables in it.February 10, 2012 at 4:54 am #73067
LucyluMemberTopics: 31Replies: 345
Yes, you can eat as much vegetable as you like from this list:-
Green bell peppers
Olives (these should not be packed in distilled white vinegar)
Rutabaga (an excellent and strong antifungal food)
Sauerkraut (without vinegar, fermented only)
Seaweed (Rich in iodine & other nutrients)
Eat as big a selection at each meal as you can, 4 or 5 different vegetables. Eat them different ways – raw, boiled, steamed, sauteed, baked. This will make it more interesting and you will feel less hungry.
Just eating salad & onions all the time with become very boring.
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