- October 24, 2013 at 12:26 am #111783
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These are taken from Dvjorge’s posts:
An Extraordinary Power To Heal by Bruce Semon, MD
Amalgam Illness by Andy Cutler
Getting the Mercury Out by Andy Cutler
Missing Diagnosis by Orian Truss, MD
The Yeast Syndrome by Dr. J.P.Trowbridge
the yeast connection by William crook
Biological Treatments for Autism and PDD by William Shaw
The Candida Cure: Yeast, Fungus & Your Health – The 90-Day Program to Beat Candida & Restore Vibrant Health by Ann Baroch
online depository: http://candidapage.com/
Please add in some more books as you read them. I haven’t read any of these myself.
-rasterOctober 24, 2013 at 1:09 am #111786
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Truss wrote a 2nd book as well — The Missing Diagnosis II.October 24, 2013 at 2:12 am #111790
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The Body Ecology Diet: Recovering Your Health and Rebuilding Your Immunity by Donna Gates and Linda Schatz has a new way of combining and cooking foods. No more sugar, wheat, dairy, or alcohol. Includes raw fermented vegetables. The book is an easy read, but lacks new information that is not readily available in other books or on the internet. The author favor certain foods and products, such as coconut water kefir, yet fails to thoroughly justify her preference for them. However, she does offer an excellent guide on making the coconut water kefir. Throughout the book she refers you to her website, which promotes a myriad of products that are touted as miracle cures to everything from Attention Deficit Disorder and Autism to Sexual Dysfunction. It is made relevant by the numerous times that the book refers readers to it, instructing them to purchase some product that is necessary if you want to follow her diet. In other words, don’t expect to be able to follow Gates’ version of the Candida diet without purchasing items from her storefront, a well-stocked health food store, or Amazon (see link in Products section below).
book iconThe Yeast Connection: A Medical Breakthrough by William G. Crook, first published in 1984, is the classic for diet, which includes fresh vegetables, fruits, homemade breads with flours from the health food stores, that are buckwheat, rice, etc. that have no wheat gluten or yeast in them.
book iconChronic Candidiasis: Your Natural Guide to Healing with Diet, Vitamins, Minerals, Herbs, Exercise, and Other Natural Methods by Michael T. Murray. Contains very comprehensive, easy to understand information. The author is very thorough without going into overwhelming detail. A good book for the newly diagnosed to start with.
book iconThe Candida Cure: Yeast, Fungus & Your Health: The 90-Day Program to Beat Candida & Restore Vibrant Health by Ann Boroch. The book is the most current and concise book on this subject. This practical and revealing work describes what candida is and how it can become out of balance as a result of using antibiotics, steroids, hormone replacement therapy, and chemotherapy as well as unmanaged stress levels and diets filled with sugar (white flour, dairy, refined sugar, and alcohol). The first three chapters describe what candida is, how disease starts in the gastrointestinal tract, and how poor nutrition adversely affects candida overgrowth. It also includes a candida health questionnaire. The remaining chapters lay out a 90-day program for beating candida and restoring vibrant health. Diet, detoxification, and supplementation are covered in detail. User-friendly charts, recipes, meal ideas, and sample menus are included to make the program simple and effective. [Kindle edition available.]
book iconComplete Candida Yeast Guidebook, Revised 2nd Edition: Everything You Need to Know About Prevention, Treatment & Diet by Jeanne Marie Martin and Zoltan P. Rona M.D. explains what Candida is, its possible causes, symptoms of Candida and related health problems, how to treat it naturally as well as through traditional medicine, and Candida diet recipes.
book iconThe Candida Albican Yeast-Free Cookbook: How Good Nutrition Can Help Fight the Epidemic of Yeast-Related Diseases by Pat Connolly is the complete, authoritative guide that shows how nutrition can fight the epidemic of yeast- and fungus-related diseases and disorders including asthma, bronchitis, depression, fatigue, and memory loss. [Kindle edition available.]
book iconThe Bible Cure for Candida and Yeast Infections (Bible Cure Series) by Don Colbert shares his insight on yeast infections and suggests cures to prevent them from weakening the immune system. Included are scriptures and prayers. It has a flawless 5 rating at Amazon. [Kindle edition available.]
book iconLeaky Gut Syndrome by Elizabeth Lipski offers a comprehensive overview of the causes, symptoms and health recommendations of leaky gut syndrome and other digestive problems. Has self-diagnosis chart. Recommends treatments that are the standard throughout the alternative world for this problem.
book iconFeast Without Yeast: 4 Stages to Better Health: A Complete Guide to Implementing Yeast Free, Wheat (Gluten) Free and Milk (Casein) Free Living by Bruce Semon was designed to be a ‘family friendly’ cookbook for people who are sensitive to yeast, as well as to wheat and milk. All recipes are completely free of yeast and fermented foods, and mostly free of milk, wheat, eggs and other common food allergens such as corn, soy, rye, nuts and peanuts. All of the recipes are kosher; all are sugar free, and most are cholesterol free and vegetarian.
book iconThe Yeast Connection Cookbook: A Guide to Good Nutrition and Better Health by William G. Crook and Marjorie Jones is a companion to his Yeast Connection. In addition to 225 family and kitchen-tested recipes, the book discusses food contaminants and provides suggestions for obtaining safe foods. It also gives detailed instructions for detecting and overcoming food allergies. [Kindle edition available.]
book iconFungus Link: An Introduction to Fungal Disease Including the Initial Phase Diet by Doug Kaufmann. The book explains how fungal toxins disrupt and injure the body, and how to eliminate them. The diet has you abstain from sugar, cheese, most grains and white flour products. Most reviews rave about the book.
book iconThe Yeast Connection and Women’s Health by William G. Crook. This update of Dr. William Crook’s classic The Yeast Connection and the Woman includes a new section on how yeast overgrowth can make you fat — in addition to causing chronic illness. The 10-step Yeast Fighting Plan described in the book will help you get rid of yeast and be on your way to better health fast. Lots of reviews at Amazon, and they are mixed.
book iconThe Bible Cure Recipes for Overcoming Candida (Bible Cure (Siloam)) by Don Colbert. Easy to read and understand. Has easy to make recipes. [Kindle edition available.]
book iconThe Candida Control Cookbook: What You Should Know and What You Should Eat to Manage Yeast Infections (New Revised & Updated Edition) by Gail Burton severely restricts many of the foods that make life pleasurable – all sugars, most fresh fruits, milk and milk products, white rice, barley, wheat, most cheeses, all alcohol and fizzy drinks, mushrooms, coffee and most flours. She wrote the book to help fellow sufferers reintroduce variety and taste into their otherwise bland diets – without sacrificing their health.
book iconDr. Jensen’s Guide to Diet and Detoxification: Healthy Secrets from Around the World by Bernard Jensen argues you should be proactive in taking good care of your digestive track. The book has an 11 day detoxification program. His knowledge of iridology is unsurpassed.
book iconThe Yeast Connection Handbook by William G. Crook. The book is comprehensive, not only discussing a wide range of health disorders, but also addressing a wide range of sufferers, including men, women, and children. The book provides a step-by-step program that relieves health problems through dietary changes, nutritional supplements, medication, and simple lifestyle changes. [Kindle edition available.]
book iconPower Healing: Use the New Integrated Medicine to Cure Yourself by Leo Galland. Dr. Galland believes that one’s diet, exercise, habits, emotional life, physical environment, as well as one’s intrinsic makeup and history (even one’s developmental history in the womb!) should all be factored into any diagnosis, to interpret symptoms and suggest treatment. This he calls “patient-centered” diagnosis, to distinguish is from current practice, which might be called “disease-centered” diagnosis. He believes that many problems that are today attacked with a variety of over-the-counter and prescription drugs, or, more radically, with surgery, are really the result of imbalances in a person’s life. Some of these, such as diet, are rather easily correctable, and simple changes in eating habits, perhaps with a course of diet supplements, can reverse the course of what had been tenacious maladies. Other problems, such as stress or loneliness, can impair immune function, but may sometimes be difficult to correct, intertwined as they are with a person’s entire way of life. This book has many case studies that bring home the reality of all these issues, and form an entertaining narrative backbone to the discussion. [excerpt of review by James R. McCall]
book iconThe Candida Directory & Cookbook: The Comprehensive Guidebook to Yeast-Free Living by Helen Gustafson and Maureen O’Shea has a three stage diet, which is easily explained with common sense and science. There are many columns and lists of foods that are either good or bad.
book iconThe Yeast Syndrome: How to Help Your Doctor Identify & Treat the Real Cause of Your Yeast-Related Illness by John P. Trowbridge and Morton Walker. This book is actually a therapeutic step-by-step self-treatment manual and reference book for people who suffer from yeast overgrowth. Includes questionnaire. Many glowing anecdotes in the Amazon reviews.
book iconConquering Yeast Infections The Non Drug Solution For Men And Women by S. Colet Lahoz examines causes and symptoms of Candidiasis (systemic fungal infection) and provides a means for treating this complex problem. It provides a self-assessment questionnaire and presents relevant case studies.
book iconAllergy and Candida Cooking: Understanding and Implementing Plans for Healing by Sondra Kay Lewis is a comprehensive, user-friendly cookbook and healing guide. It provides a Healing Action Plan for both yeast overgrowth and food allergies. A 4-Stage Candida-Control Food Plan and a 4-Day Rotational Food Plan are included with ample assistance for personalizing the plans to meet your needs. Over 375 recipes and menus support the food plans and include helpful hints for preparing appetizing meals and snacks that are free of common allergens and free of foods that contribute to yeast overgrowth.
book iconA Primitive Diet: A Book of Recipes free from Wheat/Gluten, Dairy Products, Yeast and Sugar: For people with Candidiasis, Coeliac Disease, Irritable Bowel … and those just wanting to become healthy by Beverley Southam. The book has recipes free from gluten, yeast, sugar, dairy products, large amounts of meat and grain, and processed foods. What did Primitive Man eat? He gathered fruits, berries, nuts, greens and roots from the soil. Herbs were his medicine. He caught small animals, fish or birds, and found bird’s eggs. Recipes include Fresh Tomato Soup, Ceviche (a Mexican dish), Salsas, Marinated Fresh Fruit, Feast on Fish in Banana Leaves, Raw Apple Pie complemented with fresh drinks: Strawberry Crush, Iced Pineapple Tea, Orange and Avocado Smoothie. Recipes are from around the world. Included for those who miss their bread and cakes, there are recipes of dampers, pizza bases, cakes and cookies. This is an Australian book. Published August 28, 2008. Amazon stocks.
book iconThe Yeast-Free Kitchen: Recipes to Help You Achieve Victory over the Yeast-Beast, Candida Albicans by Jane Remington. This is a yeast-free recipe book with lots of tidbits and information. It has a flawless 5 rating at Amazon. [Kindle edition available.]
book iconMissing Diagnosis by C. Orian Truss MD. This is the 1985 edition, which outsells the second edition.
book iconConquer Candida and Restore Your Immune System: A Guide to the Naturopathic Science of Healing by Dr. Jack Tips has clinical research that shows you the three steps to a healthy immune system.
book iconThe Candida Albicans Yeast-Free Cookbook (Keats Good Health Guides) by Pat Connolly has recipes that are designed to be sugar-free, and simple, tasty and healthy. Covers the Rainbow Meal Plan. Each meal “includes small portions of seven food groups: complete protein; grain or legume; root vegetable; yellow or white vegetable; green vegetable; red, orange, or purple vegetable; and leafy green vegetable.” The portions are all the same size. Individuals may eat as many meals a day as they like, but each meal must contain equal-sized portions of each of the seven food groups. This is out-of-print, but many are available cheaply.
book iconCandida Albicans: Could Yeast Be Your Problem? by Leon Chaitow D.O. N.D. shows how to detect the effect of Candida Albicans and provides a comprehensive, drug-free program for its control. The book is an easily understood tool to present candida albicans to people who have never heard of it.
book iconMissing Diagnosis II by C. Orian Truss MD. This is the sequel to his original book published in 1983. This book presents Dr. Truss’ observations over the last 25 years on the diagnosis and treatment of chronic yeast infections. Symptoms of chronic yeast illness are mistakenly attributed to stress, including fatigue, muscle and joint aches, depression, menstrual and libido problems, partial loss of short-term memory and concentration, and an intolerance to chemical odors (e.g. perfumes). The diet used by Dr. Truss, both for diagnosis and treatment, is published here for the first time. Diet is a highly important element in the diagnosis and treatment of chronic illness related to the overgrowth of the fungus, Candida albicans, as described in the Missing Diagnosis II. This book was written especially for the patient and is easy to understand.
book iconAllergy & Candida Cooking Made Easy by Sondra K. Lewis, et al. The book explains Candida and gives a list of possible symptoms, and then a list of what a Candida sufferer should and should not eat, and information on ingredients that it uses in the recipes (free of sugar, yeast, wheat, corn, dairy and egg). It explains the connection between allergies and Candida.
book icon In Allergies and Candida by Professor Steven Rochlitz one learns how 80-90% of “Candida” is really protozoan parasitosis. And how parasites and viruses make the body PERMEABLE causing food and chemical allergies and all the subsequent symptoms. Can also buy at the author’s site.
book icon10 Natural Treatments You Haven’t Heard of Until Now by William Wong and Bruce Stephen Holms. I included this book as Systemic Yeast Infections is one of the conditions that the author’s approach aids in the recovery. The authors help people regain their strength and ability. The book includes charts and drawings to better explain Dr. Wong’s treatment plans. Included in the book is a Brain Improving Recipe. This new edition adds four bonus treatments. There is also an older edition. The couple reviews give it 5 stars.
book iconNatures Own Candida Cure (Natural Health Guide) by William Crook explains the relationship of candida to chronic illness and ways to control candida and regain lost health. Includes lifestyle changes, dietary guidelines, and recipes illustrated by color photos.
book iconHow to Detoxify & Renew Your Body From Within by Valerie Saxion. This is a 63-page pamphlet that is not worth the price. Much of it is general information you might already know. If you are interested in this subject instead buy “How To Feel Great All The Time” by the same author.
book iconCandida-Related Complex: What Your Doctor Might Be Missing by Christine Winderlin extensively covers Candida-Related Complex (CRC), a condition that occurs when Candida albicans, an organism found in all humans, multiplies out of control. A section on treatment covers the basics of recovery: a limited carbohydrate diet, prescribed antifungal medications, probiotics (i.e., “friendly” bacteria), and substances that naturally boost the immune system, such as vitamins A, C, and E.
book iconThe Candida-Yeast Syndrome by Ray C. Wunderlich Jr. A fast read (48 pages) and informative on diagnosing and treating yeast infections.
book iconCandida: A Natural Approach by Karen Brody A guide to natural methods for curing a troublesome ailment. There are case histories and recipes. This is out-of-print, but there are decent used ones for a reasonable price.
Amazon.com logo At Amazon you can do a search on Candida. Now thousands of books will be found, all ranked by Amazon. You can also search on yeast and even more, some extraneous, will be found.October 24, 2013 at 2:47 am #111792
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Read this one : The Yeast Syndrome by Dr. J.P.Trowbridge
It costs nothing online.!
I have read ALL in the market. I still own more than 10.!
Jorge.October 24, 2013 at 3:19 am #111794
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I will fix up my post with the ones you mentioned…
A lot of material disappeared on the sticky tab because of able leaving, are there some good posts that you remember from the past that you’d like on there? You used to post a bunch of interesting topics and studies and these need to be dug up.
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