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Should I go on a candida diet?


I feel as if most of these symptoms associated with Candida Overgrowth apply to me.

I'm not sure if I'm being a hypochondriac but it seems to be the most fitting (self diagnosis) I have come across.

I just went to the doctor and he said he is open to the idea and has prescribed anti fungals in the past but with no positive results and returning patients.

My question is: would it be effective to just modify my diet to cut down on sugars and yeasty products vs doing the complete fasting and anti fungal treatment?

For example - I ate a whole pizza yesterday and am a bit run down currently so would usually do some exercise and burn off the sugar from the carbs. But last night was awful, my stomach rumbled (still is this morning) and I felt run down and tired during the evening but struggled to sleep last night. 

Let me know as I am keen to pursue this method further if you think it might be right.

asked Jan 30, 2014 in Diet by anonymous

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Even modifying your diet to just cut out sugars and yeast foods would probably do a lot for the average person. You should give it a shot, and see how you feel. I do recommend doing a complete candida diet as well as detox, but it's difficult for most people.
answered Jan 31, 2014 by Steven Candida Expert (3,000 points)