Why The Anti Candida Diet Is Bad For Your Candida And Your Health
Many people still follow the anti-candida diet to rid themselves of their candida overgrowth and the reasoning people use to follow this diet kind of diet is that sugar supposedly feeds a candida overgrowth.
This then means that you must starve the candida by greatly limiting your sugar intake which of course means your carbohydrate intake.
So instead of eating plenty of healthy whole food carbohydrates, including fruits, you start eating lots of fats instead.
Now high-fat diets, where the large majority of total calories come from fat, invariably means eating lots of saturated fat which is a bad idea.
What we see over and over again when we talk to people who suffer from candida is that the person can spend literally years following a high fat, anti-candida diet, thinking it is going to work for them and instead things stay exactly the same or get even worse.
Add to this the risk of serious health problems from eating so much fat, then the logical conclusion must be that following an anti-candida diet is clearly a very bad idea.
When you experience an overgrowth of candida, you really do need to take the correct steps to balance it as soon as you can.
Candida overgrowths can cause all manner of health issues like fatigue, brain fog, skin problems, anxiety, and bloating to name a few.
On a more serious note though a Candida overgrowth can cause what is often referred to as a leaky gut.
This can ultimately lead to other more serious health issues like autoimmune diseases for example like Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, rheumatoid arthritis, and Lupus for example.
So in this video, I am going to share with you the downsides to an anti-candida diet and what you need to do instead to deal with a candida overgrowth and reclaim your health.
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