Free Candida Diet Recipe
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Sticking to an anticandida diet can sometimes be challenging, especially when it must be adhered to for around 6 to 8 weeks, and in some cases longer. Sometime it is not just certain foods that we miss but the texture and feel of those foods.
For example you may miss the feel of a carbohydrate such as a cracker or a muffin. Or maybe one of your favourite foods is mashed potato and you enjoy mopping up the sauce or gravy on your plate with it.
Well here’s a few sample recipes to overcome some of these problems. These recipes are low in carbohydrate, yeast free, and gluten free.
Garlic White Bean Mash
2 can of white bortolini beans 1 tablespoon of butter
1 to 2 tablespoons of garlic Salt and pepper to taste
1 tablespoon cream (optional)
Add the butter and garlic to a heated saucepan and allow to cook for a minute. Meanwhile wash the beans and then add to the browned garlic. Take off the heat whilst you mash the beans and mix through the garlic butter.
Return to heat through, stirring regularly to ensure that it is not sticking. If you prefer a lighter consistency add a tablespoon of cream and mix well.
This recipe has a low glycaemic load so is great for fat loss diets even with the yummy cream which is low in carbohydrate. Serve with your palm size serve of meat and other low glycaemic vegetables. Garlic is a fabulous antifungal so add as much as you find tasty.
For those of you missing your cakes or breads, here is a simple muffin recipes. Because it doesn’t contain flour and is made with nut meal, it is much heavier than your normal muffin, but of course much healthier and more filling.
50 gms rice flour 50 gms hazelnut meal
75 gms almond meal 3 eggs
1/4 tspn baking soda 1/2 tspn stevia or xylitol to sweeten
1 tblspn coconut oil 50 gm frozen cranberries or strawberries
Allow the frozen berries to thaw slightly.
Mix the flour, nut meal, sweetener and baking soda in a mixing bowl. In a seperate bowl whisk the eggs then add to the flour mixture. Thoroughly mix in the coconut oil. Add the thawed berries and beat through.
Lightly grease a mini muffin tray with olive oil or coconut oil. Add some mixture to each muffin cup. Cook in a moderate oven until browned on top and cooked through. You can check whether they are cooked properly by piercing with a scewer or knife – it should come out clean.
Makes 6 mini muffins.
Coconut is fabulous for boosting the immune system so use it liberally.
For more recipe ideas and an effective natural treatment for candida you can purchase How to Beat Candida and Thrush Naturally.