We all have yeast in the body; it's necessary to keep our digestive system balanced, immune system functioning, and increase the body's absorption of vitamins and minerals. Candida is a type of yeast that lives in and on in the human body. It is just one type of yeast typically found in small amounts in the mouth, intestine, on the skin, or in the vagina. In most cases, when the fungus is in balance with the good bacteria in the microbiome, it loves on the body without any issue.
However, the problem arises when the amount of yeast overtakes the number of good bacteria in the gut. Candida overgrowth may result in an infection known as candidiasis. Candidiasis can cause thrush, fatigue, digestive issues, yeast infection, and UTIs. The candidate dies is not a lifestyle diet or a lifelong way of eating. It's a set of temporary dietary restrictions meant to help people with yeast-related and health complications such as candidiasis.
Candida diet is defined as a low sugar anti-inflammatory diet that promotes good gut health and eliminates the sugar that feeds a Candida overgrowth. It is built as fixing gut dysbiosis, which is essentially restoring a healthy gut microbiome. The diet is meant to eliminate foods that impact the GI lining, stimulates excess candida foods to eat, and reduce overall inflammation. By removing these foods, the yeast will not grow anymore, and it will stave off the fungal infection.
The restriction based diet encourages followers to cut out gluten, alcohol, sugar, dairy products, addictives, starchy veggies, vegetable oil, pie mole nuts, deli meat, farm-raised fish, and condiments. The diet is focused on eating lean proteins, healthy fats, non-starchy vegetables, and probiotics. These foods are meant to help reduce inflammation and maintain the balance of the concentration of bacteria within the gut. Despite the long list of Candida diet, you can also eat low sugar, fruits, non-starchy vegetables, gluten-free grains, butter, and eat low mold nuts, herbs, and spice non-caffeinated beverage.
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