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I have been on a yeast elimination diet for the past month. I feel much better, but am trying to figure out what my next steps should be in identifying an eating plan that works for me long term. I've done a fair amount of reading about yeast and other diets recommend the elimination for 2-4 weeks then doing a challenge. That's where I'm a bit stuck. Since my symptoms are subtle, I'm not sure that reintroducing the foods (one at a time) that I've eliminated will result in being able to detect symptoms or reactions in my case. I have had toe nail fungus for years that has improved only slights through application of coconut oil (I will not try tea tree oil), I have had insomnia for 3 years that was resolved with magnesium supplements, my fatigue and fogginess improved with the diet, as well as my sugar cravings and blood sugar crashes. I still have cold hands and feet. The other main symptom has been itching, particularly my armpits and groin area. This has been better, but not completely gone. What should I do next?
asked Feb 8, 2014 in Diet by carissa

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There is nothing you can do other than stick with the candida diet if you are trying to get rid of candida. If you're worried about like what foods can be tasty, then use the 30 Day Candida free meal plan.

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answered Feb 10, 2014 by anonymous