How To Heal Candida With Fruit – Yeast Infection Detox

Suffering from a candida overgrowth, or yeast infection can be a very unpleasant health issue to deal with.

Weight gain, thrush, allergies, fatigue, skin issues – these are just some of the symptoms of Candida.

And what do you typically hear when you want to heal Candida?

“Remove all the sugar from your diet as it feeds Candida and go on an “anti-Candida”, low carb diet instead!”

Well, this kind of advice is fundamentally wrong, as I explain in my video today.


You see, Candida naturally live in the human body, it’s just that when someone’s health is out of balance it can grow out of control and cause health problems.

When it comes to Candida and blood sugar issues, in most cases FAT and not sugar is the culprit.

The problem is that too much fat in the diet interferes with the ability of sugar to reach the body’s cells and so can then causes blood sugar issues, which then cause an overgrowth of Candida and the health issues associated with it.

In today’s video I explain how you can heal your Candida overgrowth with fruit and without the use of endless remedies and supplements, which ultimately fail to tackle the root cause of the Candida overgrowth.

Yes, and no more eating an anti Candida (low carb) diet that is devoid of sugar and makes you always feel hungry and miserable!

Watch this video to discover more and leave your comments below!


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14 thoughts on “How To Heal Candida With Fruit – Yeast Infection Detox

  •   Bonsai Libre  |   

    Thanks I’ll try to get the healthy fats down lower and the fruitlike foods higher. I’m in Alabama and this sort of thing is very new so I figure, I ought to continue with the doctor’s Candida Protocol. I may lack 5 more weeks that does allow things like tomatoes, lemon, lime, sweet peppers, and cucumber, but doesn’t allow even berries until the maximum 10 weeks is up. Nevertheless I figure as a “when in Rome” I better try and notice the limitation and the doctor/nurse already approve of me trying this approach to keep candida right. I’m starting to look up farms where I can pick organic fruit next year. Later I hope to grow more of my own.

  •   Susanelizabeth Turner  |   

    I’m wondering (even tho I know I’ve heard you interviewed on another You Tube station, but can’t remember) if, while kicking candida’s butt, if you cut out all fats at first, or kept to the lower than 10% fat. I’ve heard some say to nix it all together, others just below 10%.

    •   Rawsomehealthy  |   

      Removing all overt fats from your diet can help speed up the process of healing a Candida overgrowth for sure.

  •   Marie  |   

    I did follow an anti-candida diet for three months on the recommendation of my naturopath/nutritionist who’s specialized in Candida because she struggled with it for years, and although it was stringent and a bit tricky the first few days, it did work. And I never experienced sugar cravings. After three months, I was allowed to start eating low-glycemic fruits. During the actual diet, I was allowed to eat complex carbs like legumes, root veggies, and brown rice.

  •   Regina Gina  |   

    What are the symptoms of candida? Does it affect the skin such as dryness around the nails and toes, also the skin?

    •   Rawsomehealthy  |   

      Yes, it can.

  •   Maria  |   

    Hey Yulia. What is your advice for someone dealing with candida symptoms even on a raw, low fat diet? Would that be a cleanse of some sort? I’m trying to avoid sweet fruits at the moment to see if this helps. Do you perhaps have a video or any advice for parasites, if thisis what I’m dealing with?

    Much love,

    •   Rawsomehealthy  |   

      Hi Maria, I’ll make the parasite video very soon! If you still have the symptoms, I’d definitely recommend experimenting with fats to see what works for you, including greens, using probiotics and digestive enzymes, and also assessing your overall health to see if you have any deficiencies or if other things need balancing. I’d be able to give a more specific advice after seeing more details about you, which is something that we offer as part of coaching. Hope this helps!

  •   Devon  |   

    Alright, I’ve been on the fence after I keep hearing about this whole fruit high carb low fat thing, but just as you said in your video, I AM SICK OF NOT BEING ABLE TO EAT FRUIT! And it makes no sense!!!! So, I am going to start, I am going onto banana island for a couple weeks and then I am going to transition over to a raw vegan life that involves all of natures goodness. Because really, anti-candida diets are SO restrictive and I have been on them for SO long and taking all the herbs and blablabla I’m so over it!!!!
    Thank you so much for this video. I’ll let you know how it goes!

    •   Rawsomehealthy  |   

      Good for you, Devon! Let us know how it goes.

      If you want raw and high raw meal plans and shopping lists to help you, you may be interested in Thrive On Raw —

  •   Alexis  |   

    Hi, I have chronic paronychia that I can’t get rid of… I eat a lot of fruit (I loosely follow raw till 4 type eating).
    Do you reccomend any dietary changes that could help?

    Thank you

    •   Kim  |   

      Do you wash dishes without gloves? Everytime I got it was because of this! Excessive use of cleaning products on my hands or dish soap. Best natural way to get rid of it is to pop it and squeeze out as much pus as you can. Then put a whole onion with skin on into the microwave for 5 mins until it’s cooked and soft inside and juices are flowing. Wait for it to cool down a bit. When it’s still hot but not hot enough to burn you, make a small slit and stick your finger inside and keep it in there for 30mins-1 hour. You really need it to be hot so the steam and juices get into the wound to draw out the toxins. Everytime I do this it’s better the next day. It’s so weird I know but it really does work!
      Always use gloves when cleaning or washing dishes

  •   Kayla C.  |   

    Hi! I’ve been doing the anti-candida diet for 3 years but would end up binging and overeating after a few months. Last year I was under a lot of stress and my face began breaking out all around my lower face, hormonal area, and I was devastated. I fell into depression. I noticed when I hate foods comprised of mostly fat I would break out even worse. After reading and looking at alternatives diets I started taking fat and meats out of my diet completely. I am scared of consuming so much fruit and worsening my symptoms. but my acne is finally clearing after an entire year of cystic acne covering my whole lower face! The scaring will take more time to heal but I am amazing at how much my body was missing fruits. Thank you for sharing. I am continuing a raw vegan diet. When do you think I can start implementing healthy fats and GF grains again?

  •   Taffy  |   

    Hi I did the fruit diet for two weeks to get rid of candida but my scalp/head was so intensely itchy by the end of the two weeks I had to quit. Is this a normal reaction? All I ate was strawberries and bananas, nothing else

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