The diet plays a vital role in recovering candida. Start with drinking at least eight, 8 ounce glasses of filtered, distilled or spring water daily. It should be ideally at room temperature. Fresh lemon juice may be added. It is preferable to drink the first glass of the day hot one. All food should be as fresh. Please do not eat leftovers or processed foods. Do not cook food in microwave ovens or use aluminum cookware. Food has vital energy that can be enhanced or destroyed depending on how it is handled and prepared. Do not use preserved meats or farmed fish. Whenever possible use organically raised vegetables, meats and grains.
Primary food diet
Non-starchy, non-sweet vegetables like avoiding carrots, corn, potatoes, onions, beetroots, yams, sweet potatoes and winter squash. Lots of fresh greens by making a salad dressing from olive oil, lemon juice, kelp powder and sea salt. Now diluted with hot water, lemon juice and sea salt stir vigorously until creamy. Lots of fresh parsley freshly juiced organic celery & parsley juice if available. Commercially raised meats and farmed fish may contain antibiotics, which can worsen the condition.
Secondary food diet
Some individuals may wish to incorporate a small amount of plain, high quality yogurt into their diet. But yogurt should be taken in room temperature. Yogurt can also be combined with flax oil or sesame tahini. Seeds and nuts may be eaten in moderation but no peanuts, or peanut products. Flax seeds can be ground up and combined with yogurt. Almonds are most preferable, especially if sprouted this makes them more digestible. Sesame tahini and almond butter may be used as spreads or as bases for sauces and gravies. A small serving of brown rice, millet, amaranth, quinoa or buckwheat may be eaten daily. These grains should be rotated so that the same grain is not eaten for more than two days. Chew well. Lightly toasted sesame tahini makes a delicious sauce or gravy for grains if diluted with a little hot water and flavored with lemon juice and sea salt. Baked tofu may be eaten as desired and very small portions beans may be eaten one or two times per week.