Living Candida Free

Author: Ricki Heller
Publisher: Da Capo Lifelong Books
ISBN: 0738217751
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An easy plan, including recipes and lifestyle tips, for conquering systemic candida.

Living Candida Free

Author: Ricki Heller
Publisher: Da Capo Press
ISBN: 073821776X
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Discover the hidden epidemic that may be making you sick—and a delicious food- based program that can help you heal Candida yeast is a normal part of a healthy digestive tract. But once the body's internal balance of "good" bacteria and other organisms has been upset, candida can grow out of control, resulting in a host of other symptoms from chronic fatigue and digestive disorders to skin conditions and allergies. The good news is that the key to rebalancing that internal environment just may reside in your kitchen. Health and wellness blogger Ricki Heller and functional nutritionist Andrea Nakayama demystify this challenging condition and share a food-based program to help you get your body back on track. A practical, accessible guidebook, Living Candida-Free offers: a customizable three-stage program, with an optional Fast Track plan strategies to transition to eating the anti-candida way with ease tips for stocking your pantry, with lists of key ingredients and substitutions 100 satisfying, plant-based recipes for every meal—including dessert!

Living Candida Free

Author: Ricki Heller
Publisher: HarperCollins
ISBN: 1443435694
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Candida is a type of yeast that grows in the human body. An overgrowth of candida has been found to be at the root of many health problems, from chronic fatigue and digestive disorders to skin conditions and allergies. Some health professionals are calling it a hidden epidemic. One of the main instigators of candida overgrowth is sugar, of which the average American consumes more than seventy pounds per year. In Living Candida-Free, Ricki Heller (with functional nutritionist Andrea Nakayama) offers a complete exploration of this condition and an expansive approach for anyone wishing to follow an anti-candida diet. A comprehensive guidebook for living a life free of refined sugar, it includes a three-stage program; tips on how to transition to eating the anti-candida way with ease; information on herbal supplements and treatments; a full list of substitutions; and delicious, satisfying recipes that anyone can prepare.

The Candida Albican Yeast Free Cookbook

Author: Pat Connolly
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 0071640819
Size: 29.70 MB
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This is the complete, authoritative guide that shows how nutrition can fight the epidemic of yeast- and fungus-related diseases and disorders including asthma, bronchitis, depression, fatigue, and memory loss. Fully updated, this second edition includes dozens of new recipes utilizing 12 foods that contain the antiseptic enzymes researchers have discovered will eradicate yeast and fungus.

Healthful Eating

Author: Lynette J. Hall
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595400558
Size: 38.91 MB
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America has become a fast society. Fast food, fast medical fixes with antibiotics and fast paced living with little to no exercise. The result is more people with Candida and Celiac disease, expanding waistlines and Diabetes on the increase. Eating to control these diseases has been a lifetime of blandness followed by bouts of cheating for some variety and taste. No longer. This cookbook features over 200 recipes full of taste and variety that meet those dietary needs. Gourmet cooking is a passion of Lynette Hall. She studied America's great cooks and developed dishes from soups to nuts with everything in between. Her diagnosis with Candida started the development of this book. These recipes fit a busy lifestyle, the diet restrictions and are easy to prepare, most in 30-40 minutes. Variety abounds from American favorites to ethnic cuisine and a section devoted to condiments. Create your own catsup, mayonnaise and more! "Ms. Hall's book is a giant leap forward for families who know diet is health. Lynette's wheat free, dairy free, stevia sweetened recipes are unique and healthful for all of us, yeast infections or not. We will enjoy these recipes for years to come." -Dr. Conrad Maulfair, D.O.

The Everything Candida Diet Book

Author: Jeffrey McCombs
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 144057524X
Size: 65.55 MB
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Change your diet and improve your health! You normally have a mix of good and bad bacteria in your digestive tract that, when kept balanced, helps you ward off infection and disease. But when this balance is thrown off kilter, candida, a naturally occurring yeast, is allowed to overgrow. This can result in headaches, intestinal and abdominal distress, skin rashes, or even memory loss. If you're experiencing trouble with candida, The Everything Candida Diet Book can help you restore a healthy balance. With expert medical advice, readers learn: The causes of candida overgrowth. The effects of too much candida and how to control it. How to build a healthy immune system. Foods to avoid to keep your digestive system in balance. The key to taking back digestive control is a healthy diet. With 150 recipes for healthy and flavorful meals, The Everything Candida Diet Book can help you get your health back on track in no time!

The Candida Directory

Author: Helen Gustafson
Publisher: Celestial Arts
ISBN: 0307808106
Size: 70.32 MB
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Candida albicans, in its benign state, lives quietly within our bodies. But when confronted with wide-spectrum antibiotics, birth control pills, steroids, and a sugar-rich diet, this yeast can proliferate, causing a variety of medical problems. Depression, anxiety, tiredness, allergies, and migraine headaches are some of the symptoms. In the past, besides medication, this disease has been treated with a strict carbohydrate-free diet that not only starved the Candida, but also starved the patient. Former Candida sufferer Helen Gustafson and nutritional consultant Maureen O'Shea join forces to create this user-friendly manual for coping with Candida. A symptom chart leads you through the three stages of a specially taliored diet. With over 60 recipes contributed by such well-known chefs as Marion Cunningham, Nasari David, Wolfgang Puck, and Alice Waters, each stage is a veritable feast of possibilities. This innovative collection of exciting dishes would not be complete without an alphabetical listing of different foods and when they are allowed on the diet. Meal plans and sources for nutritional supplements and anti fungal preparations are presented in an easy-to-use format. The Candida Directory is indeed the most effective tool you can use to put yourself back on the road to recovery and optimum health.

Erica White S Beat Candida Cookbook

Author: Erica White
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780952146506
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This cookbook looks at the reasons why people are prone to candida albicans and offers an action plan to prevent the often recurring problem.

Chronic Candidiasis

Author: Michael T. Murray, N.D.
Publisher: Harmony
ISBN: 1524760501
Size: 72.58 MB
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Stop Candida Yeast Infections—Naturally! Are you one of the millions of people affected by chronic candidiasis—the yeast syndrome? Often mistaken for other maladies, the yeast syndrome can lead to headaches, sore muscles, general fatigue, low resistance to colds and viruses, and other problems in both men and women. Of the two most common prescription treatments, one can inflict severe liver damage and the other is safe but of only limited effectiveness. Fortunately, there are potent natural alternatives. They’re clearly explained here by Dr. Michael T. Murray, co-author of the bestselling Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine. You will learn how to: ·Determine if you suffer from candida yeast syndrome ·Follow Dr. Murray’s seven step program for combating candidiasis ·Adjust you daily diet to control candida growth ·Supplement your meals with nourishing vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants ·Strengthen your immune system to help resist candidiasis and many other invasive disorders ·And much more! Discover how to overcome yeast syndrome and keep it from coming back—naturally!

Naturally Sweet Gluten Free

Author: Ricki Heller
Publisher: Sellers Pub Incorporated
ISBN: 9781416209171
Size: 68.30 MB
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Finally a dessert book without gluten, eggs, dairy or refined sugars! Allergy-friendly and entirely vegan, the "sweets" in this book are great tasting and good for you too! Through years of recipe testing and receiving feedback from thousands of comments on her blog, Diet, Dessert and Dogs, Heller has taken great care to ensure that every recipe from this book will taste just as good as a traditional dessert — and some, even better! With a lower glycemic index than "regular" desserts, these healthy versions of traditional favorites: Frosted Vanilla Cupcakes, Pumpkin Loaf, Chocolate Chip Cookies, and Chocolate Pecan Pie are sure to delight. There are also a huge array of desserts made with creative combinations of ingredients (yep, some vegetables, too) and innovative, unusual uses of alternatives to provide the greatest health benefits possible. Who knew gluten-free, vegan desserts could be so delicious and delightful?