On the go Snacks?

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    lindsayl28
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    I’m on the go a lot for work and my go to carry along snacks before the candida diet were fruit, granola bars, and string cheese. Aside from nuts I’m having a hard time finding snacks with carbs that I can take with me throughout the day. Any suggestions?

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    Jackie2
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    raw veggies, I also pack snack size greek yogurts to go…it is a bit harder but I have learned to make it work.

    I leave the house with a baggie of celery, peppers, brocoli, cauliflower ets. Sometimes a hard boiled egg….it is easier now that I’m in a routine. It was hard at first.

    #70983

    Javizy
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    Stuffed olives are good if you can find them without preservatives.

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    Lucylu
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    The olive are a great idea – I hadn’t thought of bringing them out & about. I ussually have a lemon & an avocado in my bag at all times!! the lemon obviously in case I’m offered a hot drink while out… and the avocado can be eaten on the go if you have a plastic knife & spoon with you. I also once ate a tin of sardines in the car with my fingers but don’t recommend that haha! I sometimes mix some tinned wild salmon and some homemade mayo and bring it in a little tub – it can be scooped up with veggie stick or buckwheat crispbread. (But obviously you’ll need a little cooler bag and somewhere to sit for this option)

    I’m really looking forward to trying some soaked & roasted nuts at some stage. they’ll be so handy to have out & about and to fill a gap!

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    raster
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    Coconut bread, pumpkin pie muffin bread, and salads are items I bring aroudn with me.

    Nuts are not recommended on the diet because they contain molds.

    -Raster

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    Lucylu
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    Nuts – yes I realise they’re not recommended for the early stage of the diet, that’s why I said “at some stage”… should have clarified that could mean this time next year!

    #71008

    katilove
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    Edamame not good?

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    Javizy
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    katilove wrote: Edamame not good?

    They’re soy beans. Things like soy and gluten are best avoided until after you’ve recovered. I’m not sure if soy in particular has any other detrimental effects.

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    Lucylu
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    Javizy… apparantly soya is highly inflammatory?

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