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Candida Free Diet

Author : Papa Van

Copyright (c) 2010 Papa Van

Candida albicans is defined as a group of yeast-like fungi that live in moist areas of the body. Often Candida will expand to push the limits of our built in tolerance, when this happens it is normally due to the inability of our normal good bacteria to fight the negative aspects of this yeast fungi. It is heavy infections of Candida in the body, primarily in the stomach and the intestines that can contribute to a wide range of different disorders.

A Candida free diet can combat this problem, sufferers of an over abundance of yeast can alter their diet temporarily, usually from three weeks to three months and improve their health in this area.

One of the most important steps in combating re-curing yeast infections is to deprive the yeast of sustenance, killing Candida, thus reducing its' impact. The most important foods to avoid are those containing yeasts and molds, fermented foods, those high in starch and alcoholic substances that break down into sugars.

Certain foods need to be eliminated from the diet like processed, sugary foods. These foods promote yeast growth. Initially there are a lot of restrictions in the food that should be eaten when following diet specifically designed to combat the over production of Candida. However, to rid your body of this problem, getting back to the basics of natural unprocessed foods is the first priority.

There is a wide range of healthy and enjoyable foods that can be eaten while following a Candida free diet. The Candida albicans diet calls for eating more vegetables and beans. Along with more fresh lean meats, eggs and whole grains. Some supplements can be added to your diet. Check with your doctor or at your health food store.

Some sufferers have found that "Probiotics", supplements that contain live beneficial bacteria, help greatly in improving symptoms and can help in restoring a more normal balance with in the body between Candida and helpful bacteria. Yogurt with live cultures is also recommended.

Exercise solves many of our problems with being over weight as well relieving the suffering related to Candida. Exercise is always good for most aspects of your health. Many people who follow this diet say that they have increased energy and feel less fatigue, which makes exercise more possible and enjoyable and further aids in weight reduction.

By making a conscious effort to maintain the health of the body through food intake your body will be healthier as yeast overgrowth subsides. A Candida overgrowth diet is designed to keep a person on a path of feeling healthy and well.

It is truly imperative to adapt a more healthy style of eating if the recurring yeast infections are to be defeated for life. A Candida free diet can alleviate symptoms of irritable bowel disease, migraines, rheumatoid arthritis, chronic ear infections, asthma, and attention deficit disorder by reducing the Candida level within the body.

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Papa Van has over 40 years of experience in the health care field, mostly in Medical Devices. Through his years of woldwide exposure to all forms of medical issues he has been able to work with others to develop expert information on many health related conditions that affect our daily lives.

The site will give you much information on this important health comdition.

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