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Need Some Good Recipes

I'm starving all the time. There is absolutely nothing to eat, and nothing fills me up quite like carbs. What do you guys eat?
asked Aug 5, 2013 in Diet by Ayur

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My initial experience with Candida foods was horrible but luckily, the naturopath who finally cured me also advised on the food.
To cut the long story short, I was running low on prebiotics; all that makes the probiotics grow and colonize. Let’s say it is the food for the lactobacillus, bifido and the rest. So this naturopath gentleman recommended a few ingredients and the rest was my creativity. To keep boredom out of candida foods, you need to be creative. All that I give out here are also good for sustained energy.
Make eggs and moderately-lean meat the central theme; however, don’t overdo eggs (4 max a day) for the phosvitin in eggs decreases the absorption of iron in your body. Try using extra virgin olive oil; if not possible, then the next grades and coconut oil. And, everything should be organic.
Mix eggs, sea salt, chopped onion, red pepper and spinach together and heat olive oil on a skillet.  Or you can stir fry the veggies separately (if you like them tender). I like my food underdone so I mixed them all together (even the olive oil) and poured the mix on the heated skillet. Take care that the eggs solidify properly; you don’t want to catch Salmonella on top of the Candida.
This is a simple omelet recipe; additionally, you may also add avocados, garlic cloves, black olives (around 5 or 6, not the vinegar-variety) and parsley. 
Remember not to cook the omelette with extreme heat. A mild heat is enough; however, you will need to keep things on fire for a longer duration. A golden brown color (of the egg) says it’s ready for eating.
Another thing I was suggested is Quinoa. It looks and feels like a real grain but it is not, so you can prepare good meatloaves out of it. With thyme and rosemary, you won’t look back again.
This will take two pounds of minced beef, four eggs, half a cup of uncooked quinoa, two mid-sized onions, 6 garlic cloves, 2 chilies, 1 tsp. olive oil (no coconut oil for this one); sea salt, Thyme and Rosemary (2 tsp. each) and 1/2 tsp. black pepper.
Cook the quinoa and put the rest of the ingredients in the mixie. Preheat oven to 350oF, grease the loaf tray (this is why the olive oil), pour the mixture into it and bake for a full hour. For a suitable drink to go along, use cranberry nectar.
answered Aug 5, 2013 by Steven Candida Expert (3,000 points)