How to use the coconut oil for a Candida diet?

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    SugarIsBad
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    Just simply use it for cooking food?
    What ways are there for using the coconut oil for the diet in order to fight with the disease?
    Thanks.

    #111303

    raster
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    You can consume it by itself and it’ll act as an antifungal that destroys candida and boosting you digestive system. You can consume up to 10-20 spoonfuls per day.

    You can mix it with your recipes, use it as a butter substitute, use it as a cooking oil, etc.

    -raster

    #111305

    SugarIsBad
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    I’ll get a bit off topic.
    Can I eat soured cabbage when I’m on the diet? I quite doubt. But I need to make sure.
    Thanks.

    #111306

    SugarIsBad
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    And by the way, how can I change the time zone that is shown on this website?

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    raster
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    I have no idea what soured cabbage is, please explain. I doubt you can change the time on the website.

    -raster

    #111314

    Beat Candida
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    SugarIsBad;49827 wrote: And by the way, how can I change the time zone that is shown on this website?

    You can very easily change the time zone by going to Your Profile & then Edit Profile & then scroll down to Time Zones & change it to the correct one.

    Cheers!

    #111315

    SugarIsBad
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    Thanks!
    And I actually meant sauerkraut, sorry.
    But I’ve just read about it on the Internet and concluded that I won’t use it on my diet. I’ve heard it can kill probiotics and be made out of white vinegar which is obviously not a good thing for a Candida diet.

    #111320

    raster
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    Sauerkraut should generally bring benefit vs. detriment because of the probiotics within it but I would consider making it homemade without the vinegar if at all possible.

    -raster

    #111326

    Carri
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    Sauerkraut and other fermented foods should ONLY be eaten if they are made in a sealed anaerobic container! Store-bought is made with vinegar (bad!) and homemade stuff made in a crock will have wild yeast and mold in it. The same goes for kombucha. Some say you should use a specific probiotic vegetable fermentation culture, some say you don’t need it. I’ve been studying and getting ready to make my own, so I’m just sharing what I’ve learned so far. The Body Ecology people (their diet is specifically anti-candida) have videos on YouTube.

    This site sells a specially designed jar: http://www.probioticjar.com/quick-start-guide.html

    Or you can just buy special fermenting lids.

    Good luck!

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