Anti-Candida Diet: Exactly How Much Fruit Can You Eat With Candida?

If you’ve ever followed the anti-candida diet, I’m sure you’ve heard that you have to severely limit your carbs, including fruit.

Is this actually true?

This is what I talk about in detail in my video today.

Anti-Candida Diet And How Much Fruit Can You Eat?

When you have a candida overgrowth, you need to take the correct steps to balance it as quickly as possible.

Candida can lead to more serious health issues that can start developing in your body, for example it can cause leaky gut, which can then lead to autoimmune diseases, such as Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, Lupus or rheumatoid arthritis.

It can also cause you a lot of other health issues, such as fatigue, bloating and anxiety.

People with Candida problems will often have parasites in their body as well, like Blastocystis hominis and these bugs alone can be causing an autoimmune response in your body.

There’s this huge myth that if you have Candida, you need to follow an anti-Candida diet and remove carbs and sugar from your diet.

So you’ll base your diet upon large amounts of fat and protein to get your calories vs carbs.

But here’s the thing – an excess level of fat in the body is one of the main things that can contribute to a Candida overgrowth.

There is a big difference between eating refined sugar that you’ll find in soda drinks, candy bars and processed syrups, and those from a whole fruit.

A meal of whole fruit provides you with a complete nutrient package.

It comes with its vitamins, minerals, fiber, natural sugars and phytonutrients, including antioxidants and all these work synergistically to help your body maintain optimal health.

Too much fat intake can actually cause the fat to interfere with the uptake of blood sugar into the body’s cells. This is why your Candida can start to multiply to eat the excess bloodsugar.

The foods that you eat are converted to sugar (glucose) to feed your body’s cells.

So exactly how much fruit can you eat if you have a Candida overgrowth? What’s the best anti-Candida diet?

Discover all in my video today and leave your comments below!

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Sources:

(1) http://www.health.harvard.edu/newsletter_article/The-10-commandments-of-cancer-prevention
(2) https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12452674

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7 thoughts on “Anti-Candida Diet: Exactly How Much Fruit Can You Eat With Candida?

  •   Light the way Light the way  |   

    I feel like everything I eat my stomach gets bloated and cramping. Should I push through that and eat fruit? Will it go away?

  •   Burnice T  |   

    I bought red grapes and they are so sweet. should we stick to more vegetables? how do I deal with insulin resistant weight?

  •   Ludwig Hummel  |   

    Thank you Yulia for all your videos, you are a true inspiration! I have both candida and leaky gut. What is the way to heal the leaky gut? Do have some advice? Thanks!

    •   Rawsomehealthy  |   

      The best way to heal leaky gut is to understand the real cause of it and work on it.

  •   Memememe  |   

    My question is that fruit does also feed pathogenic bacteria. You can see this in OATS tests. One of mine specifically feeds off of grapes and grapes DESTROY me. Six months of raw vegan helped me in so many ways but then really bothered my gut issues. What to do then?

    •   Rawsomehealthy  |   

      Grapes are not the issues, but your gut bacteria is. Again, the key is to deal with the root cause of your gut issues and restore your health.

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