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All types of lettuce are OK.
Sorry pomegranate contains natural sugar that feeds the candida, a no no on this diet.
This diet is about trial and error so see what happens when you have something containing a little yeast. When you get a feel for the candida diet you can kind of notice when you slip up on something if your symptoms flare up or not. Everybody’s body is different.
For option 3 for the detox cleanse, eat only raw salads and steamed vegetables for 1 to 2 weeks. After that you follow the strict dietary changes for another 2 weeks where you can eat plain yogurt.
Hope this helps!
Cane juice is definitely a no no..It’s going to feed the candida. It’s best to avoid it. Try taking a probiotic like three-lac and have some plain yogurt.
It’s only 19% of a few droplets. If you need to take then you should as it’s only a tiny amount.
You should definitely stop the cleanse and eat if you are having these symptoms. If they persist contact your physician right away.
Perhaps you are better off doing the diet slowly starting with foods to avoid.
Brown rice cakes are ok!
Not sure about the sea salt but fruit juice is definitely not a good idea. The natural sugars in the fruit juice will feed the sugar. Maybe you could try some cold ginger tea to get it down on this page https://www.thecandidadiet.com/candida-recipes-drinks.htm
Try the strict diet for 3 weeks. Skip the first week of detox. The candida diet is about trial and error and everyone responds differently. See how you feel. It just might take a little longer without the detox that’s all.
oh and also avocados..
Sardines are a good choice but 4 or 5 does seem like a lot, like eating too much of the same thing. It shouldn’t effect the candida though. Perhaps he can also try a couple tbsps of olive oil or coconut oil as they kill candida and add extra calories.
They are good but don’t eat too many as they are hard to digest. Also buy organic nut because most of the commercial ones are irradiated..
I lived in Japan too! What a crazy place! Loved it!
Looks like ponzu sauce contains a bit of sugar and vinegar so defintely avoid it for stage 1. A tiny bit should be fine for stage 2 and 3.
Soba noodles are great for the stage 1.
Wasabi is good for fighting candida
As for soy, I avoid it because I have a sluggish thyroid.
Sounds like option 3 might be better for you. At least you can have some beautiful veggies:)
I put cayenne pepper in my broth to spice it up. Yes, it’s boring, but you might be surprised by how it’s not that hard to get through.
Best of Luck!!