Why Are Diets So Important In Yeast Infections?


As all other yeasts, Candida feeds on simple sugars which are increasingly present in our diet. During the 30 DAYS Candida Solution diet is very important that you completely eliminate them from your diet. If you don t stick to your diet the anti-yeast diet won’t be successful. So, don’t give up and see it through!

The diet is conceived in such a way as to starve the Candida and slowly eliminate it from your body. During the introductory phase of the diet t is consequently important to eliminate foods which feed the Candida, such as:

  • Sugar and all sweet foods (biscuits, milk chocolate, and fizzy drinks),
  • Alcohol, coffee and caffeinated drinks,
  • Fruit and fruit juices (these foods are extremely rich in natural sugars),
  • Milk and dairy products (with the exception of fermented products),
  • All processed meat products,
  • Soy, soybean products, and cereals containing gluten.

glass of water


Water-the main thing

Water is the main solvent in the body and the source of health or – when too little is drunk – of feeling unwell. Because water purifies your body of all toxins, you are required to drink at least 2 liters daily. This allows you to regularly remove toxins, given off by Candida, from your body, giving it a faster route to optimal health.







Industrially-processed foods? No, thank you!


Industrially manufactured and processed food represents one of the highest health risks faced by modem humans. During the anti-Candida diet, is highly recommended not consume any type of industrially-processed food. You should above all avoid the 5 “white dangers”: white flour, milk, salt, processed fats, and white sugar.





In order to better plan you meals in the table below is example of 10 day menu. Adapt the size of the meal to your needs.

1.day Smoothie with blueberries and yoghurt Tomato salad with avocado


Fresh carrots with hummus(chickpea spread) Soup with carrots and millet
2.day Smoothie with avocado and strawberries Chickpea patties with stewed vegetables A fistful of almonds Egg omelet with vegetables
3.day Smoothie with wild berries and linseed Steam-cooked vegetables and grilled fish Avocado with salt, pepper and lemon Buckwheat with black olives and bell peppers
4.day Smoothie with raspberries and spinach Green salad with chickpeas and avocado Kefir with fresh blueberries Pumpkin and lentil stew
5.day Smoothie with strawberries and kefir Tomato salad with beans and onions Hard-boiled egg with avocado Risotto with brown rice, vegetables and mushrooms
6.day Smoothie with avocado, spinach and lemon Green salad with rocket and grilled chicken A handful of walnuts Baked salmon with fennel
7.day Smoothie with avocado, spinach and lemon Risotto with curry and vegetables Fresh bell peppers with hummus Chicken stew with buckwheat mush
8.day Smoothie with strawberry, avocado and cashew Green salad with buckwheat, black olives and pumpkin seeds Kefir Lentil stew with turmeric and chili
9.day Smoothie with blueberry and spinach Quinoa and bean rissoles and grilled vegetables 3 Brazil nuts Scrambled eggs with zucchini, button mushrooms and onions
10.day Smoothie with kefir, strawberry and chia seed Cabbage salad with beans and garlic Hard boiled eggs Brown rice with vegetables and chicken


image Flickr by bigbrand
image Flickr by bigbrand


FRUIT berries (blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, strawberries, currants and cranberries), avocado, lemon, lime and coconut
VEGETABLES AND LEGUMES all fresh vegetables and mushrooms, peas, lentils, beans and broad beans, chickpea, garlic*, onion*, shallot* and horseradish* (*they have powerful anti-yeast action)
MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS plain yogurt (without added sugar), kefir and other fermented milk products, butter, ghee
CEREALS AND CEREAL PRODUCTS amaranth, buckwheat, quinoa, millet, wild rice, brown rice
ANIMAL PRODUCTS beef, lamb, chicken and turkey meat, eggs, fish and seafood
SEEDS AND NUTS pumpkin, flax, sesame, sunflower, mustard and hemp seeds, pine nuts, hazelnuts, walnuts, Brazil nuts, almonds, macadamia nuts, chestnuts, cashews and pistachios
FATS AND OILS coconut, olive, sesame, flax, hemp and sunflower oil
BEVERAGES water, mineral water, unsweetened coconut or almond milk, green and herbal tea
SPICES AND CONDIMENTS salt, pepper, oregano*, thyme, anise, cinnamon*, cloves, coriander, ginger*, cumin*, chili, raw and unsweetened cocoa (*they have powerful anti-yeast action)
SUGAR AND SWEETENERS stevia (select the brand with no added maltodextrin)


FRUIT pineapple,  banana, peaches, cherries, pomegranate, grapes, pears, persimmon, kiwi, watermelon, mango, apricots, melon, nectarines, papaya, plums, citruses, as well as all dried fruit and fruit juices
VEGETABLES AND LEGUMES pickled vegetables or mushrooms, potato, soy and fermented soy products
MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS milk, sour cream, fruit yogurt, cheese, cheese and cottage cheese spreads, ice-cream
CEREALS AND CEREAL PRODUCTS wheat, white rice, barley, com, croissant wheat, oats, rye, spelt (also bread, pasta, cereal and pastries from the these cereals)
ANIMAL PRODUCTS pork, Vienna sausage, sausages, bacon, processed meat and meat products (salami, pates), canned tuna, peanuts and peanut butter
SEEDS AND NUTS peanuts and peanut butter
FATS AND OILS corn, soybean, peanut and rapeseed oil, and all refined, hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated oils
BEVERAGES alcohol, coffee, carbonated drinks, fruit juices, rice milk and soy milk
SPICES AND CONDIMENTS ketchup, mustard, relish, mayonnaise, soy sauce, vinegar, marmalade and jams, milk chocolate, spices, containing added sugar
SUGAR AND SWEETENERS sugar, fructose, maple syrup, coconut sugar, corn sugar, honey, molasses, agave syrup and artificial sweeteners






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