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Can I eat goats cheese on the candida diet?

I like what I'm reading here, and agree with much of what is said. I would like to know if while I'm on the stage of healing my body can I eat goat cheese? I ate it as a baby when I was very allergic to formulas and cow's milk, the doctor recommend my mom give me raw goats milk.
I've been taking it, gaining weight, and it helps me to stay healthy. That's why I'm asking about goats cheese, I eat it about 3 times a week. Should I cut it out completely? I really like it and feel it's good for my health.
asked Feb 20, 2014 in General Candida Questions by anonymous

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Goats milk is closer to human milk and easier to digest for most individuals. As close as it is to human milk though, it's not exactly the same, and we're not really supposed to consume milk in our adult lives.

In terms of candida goats milk does contain lactose which is a milk sugar, and we're recommended to stay away from sugars when we have a candida infestation.

I believe the occasional slice of cheese will not hurt, but eating a ton of goats milk cheese whether it's raw or pasteurized is probably not ideal. What you want to do is cut it out completely, and then see your bodies reaction to adding cheese little bits at a time.
answered Feb 21, 2014 by paul