Anti-Candida meal plans?

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    Jun 12, 2011 8:52 PM GMT
    I have a candida problem and am looking for some anti-candida meal plans...finding it very difficult to gain weight and cut out rice, bread, etc. Any ideas?
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    Jun 12, 2011 10:42 PM GMT
    Have you checked out gluten-free pasta, such as corn pasta?

    By the way- did anybody else read that as "anti-Canada meals" at first?
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    Jun 12, 2011 11:03 PM GMT
    Haha yeah - I read it as "anti-Canada" icon_lol.gif
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    Jun 12, 2011 11:04 PM GMT
    Bullwinklemoos saidHave you checked out gluten-free pasta, such as corn pasta?

    By the way- did anybody else read that as "anti-Canada meals" at first?

    No i havnt even heard of it. Can you get it at regular grocery stores? and is it relatively cheap?
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    Jun 12, 2011 11:55 PM GMT
    You want to avoid anything aged, dried, pickled or cured. No alocohol or fungus (mushrooms, etc.). Antiboitics will only add to your problem.

    Easiest thing would be to take NYSTATIN, a bitter yellow powder discovered IN NY STATE.
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    Jun 13, 2011 2:10 AM GMT
    Tazo995 saidHaha yeah - I read it as "anti-Canada" icon_lol.gif



    me too lol. i glanced at it like 4 times before i realized what it actually said. icon_redface.gif
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    Jun 13, 2011 2:49 AM GMT
    Bullwinklemoos saidBy the way- did anybody else read that as "anti-Canada meals" at first?
    x97
    That's how many people have viewed the thread so far.
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    Jun 13, 2011 2:51 AM GMT
    Hey not sure whether you have a total candida problem or not.... what are your symptoms. I'm on a non soluble fibre and candida diet right now. Soluble fibres like oats and rice can pass through your gut lining and into your blood stream without problems.... but when your gut lining leaks insoluble fibre into your blood stream.... T cells attack these fibres creating antihistimines, sinus and such.... add to that candida and you've got a mess. Most people go on this diet for allergies and asthma.

    Basically going on a diet for 6-8 weeks clears it up. No wheat, corn, beer, yeasts or heavy sugars.... Take 5 garlic (odour type full of allicin) prior to every meal.... then lactobaccillus /acidofolious (yogurt) afterwards. The garlic is anti fungal, anti bacterial and anti viral the yogurt will reintroduce the good bacteria to your system. You may want to do the lime juice thing as well (2 limes squeeze the juice and add water no sugar) as a high dose vitamin C. Drinking this takes the inflamation away especially for Poison Ivy, asthma and anything with deep pain.

    You probably won't be able to gain weight during this time.... and it's tough finding non wheat and corn products.... good luck
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    Jun 13, 2011 3:04 AM GMT
    I don't know what Candida is but if anyone comes up with an effective anti-Canadian diet please let me know. How long until we make Canada our 51st state?
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    Jun 13, 2011 2:58 PM GMT
    low sugar. a course of antibiotics often is necessary.

    I read this as anti Canada meals
  • wild_sky360

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    Jun 16, 2011 1:44 PM GMT
    You might combine the proper diet with a very effective supplement called Monolaurin. It doesn't kill anything, including beneficial digestive flora. It envelops particular strains of harmful bacteria, virus, and yeasts..like candida; preventing them from replicating. With the numbers down to a manageable level, your own immune system can control what is left. Monolaurin is safe and beneficial to short or long term use.
    HTH

    http://www.wellnessresources.com/tips/articles/monolaurin_a_natural_immune_boosting_powerhouse/

    It can also be the cure for the most stubborn chronic sinus issues as well. They are often fungal; not bacterial. Regardless, it is often more effective than antibiotics, which can actually harm your immune system if they wipe out too much of the beneficial digestive flora along with intended target. Always take a good probiotic after a course of antibiotic...if not daily, regardless.
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    Jun 17, 2011 5:21 PM GMT
    Just lose the maple syrup. And back bacon. Or any mushy combination of fries/cheese/gravy.
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    Dec 30, 2011 11:34 PM GMT
    the less sugar, the better, sugar nourished the fungus, thats why diabetics get it a lot.
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    Dec 30, 2011 11:38 PM GMT
    get a bottle of acidophiles, take 3, morning, noon and evening with meals, for a week. It is good bacteria that will fight the bad. Also no sugar or pastries with white flour.
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    Dec 30, 2011 11:38 PM GMT
    Candida thrives in the immunocompromised, so if you haven't recently, please get HIV tested!
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    Dec 30, 2011 11:47 PM GMT
    Anyone else read this as Anti-Canada meal plans? I was like, what did Canada ever do to you!?
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    Dec 31, 2011 12:36 AM GMT
    what's a canada?? icon_neutral.gificon_lol.gif
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    Dec 31, 2011 12:41 AM GMT
    Candida infections are best controlled with nystatin. Probiotic foods (as mentioned by MuchMore) are quite helpful in restoring the natural protective microflora (the good bacteria). Antibiotics are not helpful in these situations - sometimes broad-spectrum antibiotic use actually causes the candida infection because of loss of the beneficial protective bacteria. In the end, it is of course very important to identify why the candidiasis occurred - whether due to being immunocompromised (cancer, AIDS, immunosuppression to prevent transplant rejection are all examples) or due to iatrogenic causes (like antibiotic use).
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    Dec 31, 2011 12:45 AM GMT
    ZennedDaFuckOut said
    Bullwinklemoos saidHave you checked out gluten-free pasta, such as corn pasta?

    By the way- did anybody else read that as "anti-Canada meals" at first?

    No i havnt even heard of it. Can you get it at regular grocery stores? and is it relatively cheap?


    Okay so I suck for not being able to post until 6 months later. I have seen it at the local store but I can't remember the price at the top of my head but if I remember it costs less than $2.50, but prices will vary depending on the store and location. Hope that helps.
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    Dec 31, 2011 1:15 AM GMT
    get HIV test...check blood sugar levels..high sugar levels can trigger yeast infections...wash infected areas of your body with Cuticura soap and swab the area with Gentian Violet...or goldenseal extract.
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    Dec 31, 2011 8:18 AM GMT
    i suffered horribly from it. Skin rashes ( yeast infections, yep just like a chick, cept all over my dick)icon_lol.gif was horrible! For me anyway it seemed to be tied to the Celiac... once i cut all pre-pagkaged, sugary, white, wheat filled garbage, i feel much better...
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    Dec 31, 2011 8:31 AM GMT
    Canadiens may eat too much butter and ranch dressing but that should be no reason to boycott their delicious fried cuisine.
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    Dec 31, 2011 8:33 AM GMT
    zackmorrisfanclub saidCandida infections are best controlled with nystatin. Probiotic foods (as mentioned by MuchMore) are quite helpful in restoring the natural protective microflora (the good bacteria). Antibiotics are not helpful in these situations - sometimes broad-spectrum antibiotic use actually causes the candida infection because of loss of the beneficial protective bacteria. In the end, it is of course very important to identify why the candidiasis occurred - whether due to being immunocompromised (cancer, AIDS, immunosuppression to prevent transplant rejection are all examples) or due to iatrogenic causes (like antibiotic use).


    this!!!!
    Where's the like button for me to push?
  • DesireIron

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    Jan 01, 2012 4:51 PM GMT
    Oh, I thought the title said anti-Canada meal plans! I was like, "What? No maple syrup?" icon_lol.gif
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    Apr 30, 2012 2:25 PM GMT
    Yes Nystatin does work... I've tried it. My problem when i was a kid i was on some powerful meds for asthma. I'm sure they contributed to this problem... but cutting back on the sugar and doing the diet I suggested worked better than any meds i had tried. Key note here..... garlic... check out the latest study done by Guelph Unv... on cancer prevention and cure. You can also check out their study on ecoli and groundwater... and the garlic factor.

    If meds or drugs have messed up your system you have to re-introduce the enzymes and helpful bacteria. Research it.... good luck