- October 23, 2011 at 3:39 pm #66300
123singlemamaMemberTopics: 1Replies: 0
Can anyone just throw off what a typical day on the candida diet consists of? I am trying to guage what it is i need as far as quantity of food. I dont want to confuse the die off process with inapropriate hunger. I would like to see a sample breakfast, lunch and dinner along with snack ideas that are portable. I see what i can eat. It is not all that bad but i am very dis oraganized ad would like to get some examples. Very simple meals. Not a lot of ingredients required.
Many thanks peeps….October 24, 2011 at 10:23 am #66327
I eat pumpkin muffin bread, scrambled eggs, and greek yogurt (dairy product) for breakfast. An alternative of this would be oat or rice bran.
Lunch: salad and chicken, or salad and coconut bread/rice cakes and almond butter (rice cakes and almond butter should be saved for phase 2).
dinner: chicken or chicken sausage and buckwheat, coconut bread, saladOctober 24, 2011 at 2:34 pm #66340
Carb voyeurMemberTopics: 4Replies: 15
Buckwheat wraps are fantastically cheap and simple to make, but you shouldn’t really try them till a month in or so, apparently. It’s just 100g of buckwheat flour, 12 tablespoons of water, 2 tablespoons of oil (olive best, or any of the others they allow), and a pinch of salt. heat a spoon of oil in a frying pan until it’s the heat of the sun, then just poor two spoons at a time and make them like thin crepes. You may need to add a bit more water, until it’s an easy pouring consistency. This amount of flour makes 2-3, so multiply according to what you want.
I find peppers and fresh spinach are my best friends in terms of snacking, at any stage of the diet, as you can prepare them so quickly, throw them in a bag and run out the door.October 24, 2011 at 2:57 pm #66342
89MiragemanMemberTopics: 14Replies: 55
raster wrote: dinner: chicken or chicken sausage and buckwheat, coconut bread, salad
More info on the chicken sausage, is this homemade? Good for stage 1 if so?October 24, 2011 at 3:17 pm #66343
Chicken sausage is completely OK for the diet; unlike beef and pork sausage, it doesn’t contain organs and other wierd parts of the animal. Also, I get organic chicken sausage which has only organic fresh ingredients; if you get the packaged stuff it’ll contain preservatives and perhaps even sugar! Hope this helps, I didn’t think it was allowed either but it is harmless. Boil for 15 minutes and pan fry it with some oil.
The fats in the sausage may be the only problem for you; this could cause constipation. I take a vitamin called A-F betafood to help digest these fatty meals (FYI).
Turkey and buffalo sausage is allowed also, but I haven’t gotten my hands on any yet.October 24, 2011 at 8:44 pm #66350
Able900SpectatorTopics: 92Replies: 4814
raster wrote: I take a vitamin called A-F betafood to help digest these fatty meals (FYI).
Turkey and buffalo sausage is allowed also, but I haven’t gotten my hands on any yet.
Just wondering, did the naturopath suggest the vitamin supplement (A-F betafood)?
I guess you’re aware of the ingredients. I’m speaking of the honey, starch, sucrose, soybean lecithin, defatted wheat, and gum arabic. Gum arabic is a mixture of long and short-chain sugars plus glycoproteins which are proteins that have sugars attached to them. It’s used to make soft drinks, confections, and general food sweeteners.
PS: The turkey sausage I’ve eaten was nothing less than perfect. Been a long time, but it’s a taste I won’t forget.
AbleOctober 25, 2011 at 12:45 pm #66377
I can’t believe I never looked at the ingredients. I have only taken it a few times at this time, but here is the stuff I am taking:
Ouch nutritional yeast! Soy!
Does this mean I have a bad naturopathic doctor? Oh man…going there today and gonna be upset!
Thanks for pointing this out.
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