Natural Candida cures from your kitchen

Candida is an unpleasant and sometimes embarrassing condition, yet many people suffer from it. It is caused by yeast overgrowth where the candica albicans simply get out of control in your body. They cause inflammation and irritation in the gut and can also result in an unpleasant burning itch in the genitals. Candida can also be the underlying cause of food intolerances and other health issues because it can lead to leaky gut syndrome where your body cannot effectively absorb the nutrients in the food you’re digesting. When Candida is successfully treated, it often results in an improvement of overall health and clears up other conditions as well.

 

 

First steps in treating Candida: Eat less sugar and chew well!

 

Candida is often difficult to cure, not because it is a complex condition, but rather because it requires a strict lifestyle change with avoidance of certain foods and regular intake of others. Most commonly Candida is caused by an over consumption of sugar. Yeast absolutely thrives on sugar so eating lots of starchy and sweet foods will only hinder healing no matter what medicines or Candida healing foods you eat.

 

Your first step in treating Candida is to eliminate all refined sugars. If you are facing heavy  symptoms,you should also avoid in the beginning of the treatment fruits such as mango and grapes and vegetables such as carrot and beetroot that contain high levels of sugar. In terms of vegetables, focus on leafy green and for fruits you can consume apples and berries that are lower in sugar.

 

Lastly, you should cut down on the size of the meals and chew well. The easier your digestive system has it, the less room there is for the Candida yeast.

 

Foods that help cure Candida

 

The following foods are nutrient rich and have strong antifungal and antibacterial properties which makes them effective as part of a Candida treatment with the will of Allah. Here’s how you can incorporate them into your daily diet.

 

  1. Organic virgin coconut oil

Coconut oil helps to stimulate the bile ducts which in turn help to produce and restore good gut bacteria. In particular the three fatty acids in coconut oil, namely: Capric acid, lauric acid and caprylic acid are effective in killing of Candida albicans. Caprylic acid interferes with the Candida cell walls so that they are weakened and can then be destroyed by the other antifungal fatty acids in coconut oil. That makes coconut oil to one of the most potent Candida killers!

 

To treat Candida with coconut oil you can eat between 1 and 5 tablespoons a day. This can be used when cooking food or eaten raw by the spoonful. Start with small quantities so that your body can become accustomed to this rich fat. Sauteing green vegetables such as broccoli or brussel sprouts not only gives you the benefit of the coconut oil it also aids in the absorption of nutrients in the green vegetables.  

 

2. Cranberry juice

Cranberry juice is a known treatment for urinary tract infections and can also aid in the treatment of Candida. Pure cranberry juice such as the one made by Natureland help you get the nutrients and microbial properties you need without the added sugars. The acidity of the cranberry juice helps to prevent the growth of bacteria and yeasts.

 

Some of our own team members tried our Cranberry Super Juice and had some amazing relief on the symptoms of Candida after just two days!

 

3. Apple cider vinegar

Apple cider vinegar has many health benefits and is one of the only types of vinegar that is effective in treating Candida. Apple cider vinegar contains enzymes that helps promote the growth of healthy gut bacteria while at the same time eliminating yeasts. It is important to use only organic apple cider vinegar that contains the ‘mother of vinegar’ as these are the enzymes that promote better health.

 

Natureland Cider Vinegar is slightlyfiltereddue to governmental regulations, but still contains the ‘mother of vinegar’. For most bottles it is just some tiny pieces which sink on the bottom of the bottle, while sometimes they form a bigger cloud.

 

4. Clove spice and clove oil

Cloves have a very strong taste and equally powerful antifungal and antibacterial action. Clove oil is often used for toothache, helping to ease the pain and help clear any infection. The phenols in cloves have strong antifungal properties. Clove tea is often used as part of an anti-Candida treatment which is made by steeping freshly ground cloves in boiling water. The taste is quite strong and bitter. To make it more palatable you can add some Natureland green stevia.

 

5. Fresh plain yoghurt

Farm fresh yoghurt contains probiotics that help restore healthy gut bacteria. It is important to keep nourishing good gut bacteria when following treatments for Candida. The lacto-bacteria in yoghurt help nourish your digestive system. Adding some flaxseed to your yoghurt adds to the nutrition and helps to flush out your system.

 

6. Garlic

Garlic one of nature’s strongest antibiotics that helps fight off infection and strengthen the immune system. For a strong treatment raw crushed garlic is best, however for most people this is difficult to stomach. As an alternative you can make a salad dressing with crushed garlic, organic oregano (which is also said to be effective in the treatment of Candida), olive oil and apple cider vinegar. Pour liberally over a salad of leafy greens and enjoy for lunch or dinner. If you really want to go for it, you may switch out the olive oil to coconut oil, creating a ‘Candida killer salat’.

 

7. Turmeric

Turmeric has wide ranging health benefits and is used to boost the immune system as well as treat specific conditions. The active ingredient curcumin is a powerful antifungal and antibiotic. It can help treat Candida overgrowth and fight off infection.

 

8. Ginger

While not as powerful as garlic or turmeric, ginger contains gingerol which is an antifungal. Some people say that drinking ginger tea helps to settle their digestive system. Ginger can also be enjoyed in a variety of cooked meals such as curries and Asian cuisine.

 

 

There are many other herbs and foods that can be used as part of a Candida treatment plan. The important thing to remember is to cut back and eliminate sugars as much as possible, and to feed your digestive system healthy foods that can help restore the balance in your gut – such as lots of fresh green organic vegetables, fresh plain yoghurt and foods that are rich in saturated fats such as coconut oil, olive oil and avocado. Candida overgrowth is most successfully treated through diet and lifestyle changes and the added benefit is that it can lead to you enjoying better health overall.


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