Are you struggling with unexplained rashes, allergies, or recurring yeast infections? Or what about nail or skin fungus, chronic fatigue or pain, digestive issues, brain fog, inability to focus, irritability or mood swings? This long list of symptoms may point to candida or yeast overgrowth and many people experience it without knowing.
When you are experiencing one or more of the symptoms mentioned above, it can be difficult to trace back to the root cause, especially when the symptoms can seem unrelated. This makes it hard to know what types of food to eat or not eat, and can leave you confused about the direction forward towards health and healing.
How do I know it’s actually candida overgrowth?
Candida overgrowth is a widespread problem and often can be traced back to our diets of highly processed carbohydrates and over-consumption of sugar. But other factors also contribute to the likelihood that you develop candida overgrowth. These include:
- Heavy usage of antibiotics
- Long-term use of birth control pills (and some other medications)
- Chronic and long-term stress
- Heavy alcohol consumption
- Some foods such as fermented foods, high sugar fruits, processed foods, pop, etc.
Can candida overgrowth be treated through diet?
Yes! Changing the foods you eat and avoid is a very powerful way to reduce candida overgrowth and start getting relief from your symptoms. It’s important to learn which foods fuel candida overgrowth and which foods have the ability to kill off yeast or at least do not feed it.
What foods are included in this meal plan?
On this candida diet, you will be eating:
Candida diet foods list
- All meat, fish and seafood
- Whole grains
- Coconut products
- High-quality animal fats and oils
- Herbs and seasonings
- Lemons and limes
- Sea salt
What foods are excluded in this plan?
On this candida diet, you will exclude:
- Processed and premade food
- Refined and processed grains
- Sugar, candy, chocolate bars
- Fruit (except for some lower sugar fruits such as lemon and lime)
- Fermented foods
I know that this sounds like a lot of foods to cut out at once, but try to focus on how good you will feel afterwards and remember it’s not forever. Who knows, once you’re done you may not even want to go back to eating those old foods because now you will know how much they affect you negatively after having cut them out and feeling the benefits.
This meal plan for the candida diet includes:
Four 7 day meal plans
Each 7 day plan has recommendations for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack meals for each week.
Each meal plan will note how many servings you will get out of each recipe, and which days you are cooking/meal prepping and which days you are eating leftovers.
Candida diet grocery lists
Each 7 day plan also includes weekly grocery lists that are broken down by the different categories of food – fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds, whole grains, meats, healthy fats and oils, etc.
Each recipe also comes with complete nutritional information such as calories, macronutrients (protein, fat and carbohydrates), fiber, cholesterol, sodium, vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium and iron.
Guide to meal prepping
This meal plan also comes with a detailed guide on how to meal prep to set yourself up for success. This includes spending some time in the kitchen one day per week to prepare your portioned meals for that week. That way, each day you can pull your meals out and you are ready to go. This helps reduce temptation and will keep you on track.
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I am not a medical doctor and the advice contained in this meal plan is not meant to replace or contradict that of your primary medical physician. The advice is also not meant to diagnose, treat or cure disease or illness. Please consult your primary physician before making any major changes to your diet and/or medications.
It is recommended that you do your own research, increase your own knowledge on holistic health, and take personal responsibility for the lifestyle changes you are making in your life.