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Candida Diet
January 17, 2011
6:34 pm
renewlifesupport
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The foods you mention are ok during the first weeks of the Candida Diet.  First recommendation, however, is to not reintroduce foods until about four weeks. After that, you can begin to introduce one food per week (with the more sugary foods, like fruit, later rather than sooner)to see how you react to that food.  It is possible that you will have to keep some foods out for good, or at least greatly reduced.  Those foods would include desserts and refined grains. 

 Good luck! 

January 9, 2011
10:55 am
Vanessa
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Also, in what order should I begin to reincorporate certain foods after the first 2 or 3 weeks of the diet? For example: legumes?, brown rice?, oats?, fruit?

January 8, 2011
5:54 pm
Vanessa
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Can fresh tomatoes, cooked eggplant, fresh avocado, and unsweetened almond milk be consumed in the first few weeks of candida elimination?

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