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What is the difference in eating organic and non-organic foods during a Candida diet?

Why does everything on a good Candida diet have to be organic? I notice this included both chicken and vegetables. These are so much more expensive than the products that are not organic and some of us simply can’t continue to purchase organic every time we go to the supermarket. How much difference is this going to make in our treatment if we don’t eat organic chicken and vegetables?
asked Sep 7, 2013 in Diet by Samantha P

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Eating non-organic vegetables would be much more acceptable than eating non-organic chicken would be. If you purchase non-organic vegetables just be sure to wash them thoroughly to make to remove any leftover residue of pesticide from the vegetable.

The problem with non-organic chicken is the hormones and antibiotics that commercially raised chickens are given. Even though they would not be ingested in large amounts, they are definitely detrimental to your Candida treatment. Some people are lucky enough to receive immediate Candida symptom reactions from foods which present a negative effect to their infestation, and many have mentioned that non-organic meats can cause these symptoms to flare up. This is all the proof anyone needs to realize that eating meat from the animals given the hormones and antibiotics are likely to stall or slow down the progress of any good Candida treatment.
answered Sep 7, 2013 by Sean Knows About Candida (1,540 points)