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The Candida Albican Yeast-Free Cookbook
Written by a nutritionist and parting ways, in some respects, with what has been traditionally considered as a yeast-free diet, this book goes beyond just yeast-free cooking and includes nutrition to actually help your body combat candida and get rid of unhealthy yeast.
Candida has become linked to a wide range of yeast-related health challenges and may cause symptoms including depression and fatique, respiratory issues such as asthma or bronchitis, and other health challenges. This second edition of nutritionist Pat Connolly's cookbook includes recipes from foods that naturally help control yeast in the body.
You may also want to read about another book designed to stop candida infections. The Candida Cure by Ann Boroch, a certified nutritional consultant, expands on some of the other symptoms a person with fungal overgrowth may experience. These include unwanted weight gain, bloating, joint pain or arthritis, hypothyroid, hypoglycemia, diabetes, brain fog, etc. and she also talks about links between systemic candida and conditons including MS, lupus fibromyalgia, CFS, autism and cancer. Ms. Baroch's guide provides a step-by-step three month program which includes recommended foods, sample menus, recommended supplement schedules and recipes.
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Health Care Disclaimer: If you suffer from systemic yeast or candida, or chronic yeast infections, please check with your doctor before altering any dietary plan in place as part of your treatment.