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Greetings. It's Eric Bakker, naturopath fromNew Zealand and author of Candida Crusher. Thanks for checking out my tutorial today. Asyou can imagine, I get an incredible amount of emails from patients from all around theworld from many different countries, particularly from the United States of America. I get lotsof frequently asked questions. I've got a question here from a guy called Tom Rutherfordin Texas, and Tom is asking me, Eric, what are the best foods to eat if I have a yeastinfection? The best foods to eat with Candida. Well, Tom, this is going to be quite an interestingreply to your question because it's not just about what foods are the best foods to eatwith Candida. There are many different ways

we can answer the question and, unfortunately,many Candida diet websites, base a lot of their information around foods. Foods do forma very important consideration with yeast infections. But unfortunately, a lot of thesewebsites and sources of information don't contain the full picture. In fact, I'm absolutelystunned the longer I see patients, the more I realize that so many people can, in facteat fruit, can eat gluten, and can eat lots of bread. Even some patients can drink alcoholand still recover from a yeast infection. So there is no one law that comes down likea hammer that says, “You shall not eat this. You shall not eat that.� But the guidelinesI'm going to give you now, Tom, will be based

on my experiences on many thousands of differentpatients. What I think works best for the general population. And I'll throw some moreinformation in along the line as we speak on situations other than foods.Let's just start by explaining a little bit about what is currently the whole idea withthe Candida diet. Most people will be quick to tell you that you've got to avoid anythingcontaining sugar or refined carbohydrates. That you've got to eat a diet that is quitehigh in proteins, preferably lean sources of protein and focus more on the green leafyvegetables. The general consensus is to avoid all forms of fruit and most forms of grain.In fact, it almost sounds a bit like a specific

carbohydrate kind of diet, doesn't it? It'sa paleoSCD diet combined. That's almost what this sounds like. There are no hard and fastrules, and I wrote about this extensively in Candida Crusher.However, when you're starting off with a Candida diet approach, the first thing I always getpeople to do is to do what I call a big clean up. So a big clean up means an assessmentof what you're currently eating, particularly if you haven't already made the changes towardthese types of foods, is to slowly wind down all your eating over a 14day period. By that,I mean cut out all forms of alcohol over a 14day period. Stop eating takeaway or refinedfoods, and start incorporating good foods

into the diet.What are the good foods? What are the best foods to eat when you've got a Candida yeastinfection? Well, the best foods are foods that support good digestion, that supportgood immune function, and that support the proliferation of beneficial bacteria in thedigestive system. They discourage dysbiotic bacteria and Candida, and they also discouragethe ability to the challenge the immune system. Because nearly all people with Candida haveleaky gut syndrome. They have intestinal permeability. Nearly all people I see with Candida haveSIBO or small intestinal bacterial overgrowth, and all patients I see with Candida have gotstress, which increases permeability umpteen

times.Focus on high quality proteins in your diet. Proteins are important to eat, particularlyif you chew them really well. Chew them well. And also, I believe it's important at thisstage to recommend that you take a good digestive enzymeprobiotic supplement at least twice,if not three times per day. When you've gone through the big clean up and you're goinginto the initial stages of a good Candida diet is to support your digestion with a verygood quality enzyme dietary supplement. Because the enzyme is going to help your stomach,the pancreas, and the small intestine. It's going to facilitate proper breakdown. It'sgoing to supply the body with some enzymes

10 Candida Diet Mistakes That Could Be Keeping You Sick

Greetings. It's New Zealand naturopath, EricBakker, author of Candida Crusher and formulator of the Canxida range of dietary supplements.Thank you, again, so much for checking out my tutorial today. I really appreciate all myloyal fans, patients, people that I know, practitioners, s, naturopaths, chiropractors,there are a lot of people now who look at my tutorials, and I really appreciate you checkingout my channel. I've got a question here from a young guyin Canada and his name is Josh. His name on YouTube is ProChessPlayer. Josh has been lookingat a lot of my tutorials for some time. Thank you for your email, Josh. I really appreciateyour email and also thank you so much for

giving me the awesome feedback on my Canxidarange of products that you've been using on yourself and also on your mom there for awhile. Thank you. Josh's question relates basically to Candida,of course, and it is, can you explain the top 10 reasons why people don't recover orfail on the Candida diet. The 10 reasons why people don't fully recover on it. I've donea tutorial here and I've come up with 10 reasons and I'm sure there are 100 reasons, but theseare 10 common ones I see in my that relate to patients. Let's just start off.Number one. Thinking one little drink won't do too much harm. This is something I hearfrom a lot of people. If you've got a problem

drinking, but if you drink quite regularlyand you want to cut out, you need to bear in mind that alcohol has a very powerful effecton the digestive system. In fact, I believe that if people are serious about recoveringfrom any kind of Candida, regardless whether it's a vaginal yeast infection or jock itchor a skin problem, tinea, they may have toenail fungus, whatever kind of a yeast infectionyou've got. Even more so if you've got SIBO, like small intestinal bowel overgrowth. Ifyou've got bloating, gas, IBS, IBD, constipation, no matter what kind of gut problem you'vegot. If you're not prepared to cut out drinking entirely for at least six months, it's justisn't going to happen. You're not going to

recover.I couldn't give a hoot what any says, any professor says, what any book says, orwhat any Google says. I couldn't give a hoot. And why wouldn't I give a hoot? Because Isee patients in my every day now for nearly 30 years with these kind of problems.And I also see that they just don't recover fully unless they're committed to cuttingout alcohol entirely for a long period of time. So the longer you've been sick, themore you've got to understand this concept that you need to make a permanent, longtermchange in your diet and your lifestyle, particularly. Think about why you want that drink. How youhave the drink. Under what circumstances.

How often? The quantity. All those sort ofthings you need to think about. If you're really committed to good health, as they say,if you don't make time for health now, make sure you have plenty of time for sicknessdown the track. So now is the time to decide that one little drink is not a good idea ifyou want to recover. And the danger is when you partially recoverand you're starting to think, quot;Oh, I'm not feeling too bad. I might just go down theroad and have a beer.quot; Or your friends will call you up. They've got a barbecue on orthere's a party coming on and you turn up at the party and there's wine all around theplace, bourbon and coca cola and all this

sort of junk. And all of a sudden, someonegives you a glass. So if you're in my room now and I gave you a glass of alcohol rightnow, you're going to look at it and think, quot;Mmmm, I might have a sip of this.quot; And that'show easy it is. It's very easy to drink alcohol. It's very easy to drink alcohol when you'restarting to feel good. And of course, on the road to recovery, that's when it often occurs.So be very careful and be fully committed to a full recovery, which means strict adherence,no alcohol, and not until you feel well. But until you feel well to the point where youknow inside there's a big chance you're not going to aggravate.And the last thing I'll leave you with with

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