Candida Diet

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Candida Diet (Yeast Infection No More) Report : 

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Candida Diet (Yeast Infection No More) Report : 

Candida Diet (Yeast Infection No More) Report Medical researcher and health professional Linda Allen designed the Candida Diet (published under the name of "Yeast Infection No More") to help permanently cure Yeast Infection, eliminate Candida, and regain the natural inner balance of the body, using a 5-Step method.  The Yeast Syndrome is primarily caused by poor nourishment, excess toxins in the body and poor metabolism. According to Dr. William Crook (a leading medical expert and publisher of "The Yeast Connection and Women's Health") this is not a disease but a result of poor diet practices that lead to a collection of symptoms that finally indicate an unhealthy condition.  Sinusitis, acne, poor memory, fatigue and even lack of sexual drive are just some of the symptoms indicating a Yeast Syndrome. The yeast theory is not widely accepted in conventional medicine but it has gained support from many non-traditional and holistic healing professionals who recommend the Candida Diet for treatment.

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Candida Diet (Yeast Infection No More) Report Company information:  The official website to the Candida program commonly known as "Yeast Infection No More" is found at http://www.yeastinfectionnomore.com.   Diet specifications: Several factors can cause a buildup of too much yeast in the intestines and can eventually lead to the Yeast Syndrome according to Dr. William Crook's theory. These factors can contain: Antibiotics Antacids Smoking Too much sugar

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Candida Diet (Yeast Infection No More) Report Food and recipes: The Candida Diet system opposes foods that induce yeast growth. The list below shows examples of foods that need to be reduced or even taken out of one's diet completely. Dairy products Sugar Honey Molasses Mushrooms Bread Gluten based foods

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Candida Diet (Yeast Infection No More) Report Some of the foods recommended are:  Poultry Specific kinds of fish Lean meat protein Specific nuts Non-starchy vegetables   The first weeks into the Candida Diet require a low-carbohydrates meal plan. Eating less than 60 grams of carbohydrates daily is recommended. By then symptoms of the Yeast Syndrome may have all gone and dieters are permitted to increase their carbohydrates intake once again.

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Candida Diet (Yeast Infection No More) Report Pros: Food choices are healthy There is no specific timeline which makes it flexible Yeast in the intestines is reduced or even eliminated The diet system detoxifies the body   Cons: Conventional medicine does not fully recognize the Yeast Syndrome No scientific proof that recommended supplements really get rid of yeast

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Candida Diet (Yeast Infection No More) Report Exercise: Some exercise practices are discussed which allegedly help eliminate yeast, but the main focus of this plan is on nutrition.  Conclusion: There is still some argument as to whether the Yeast Syndrome really exists but many are convinced it does, especially those who have experienced the symptoms of Candida and have been able to cure themselves after following this plan.

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