“I’ve been perfect on the anti-candida diet for over a month. When can I start adding back all the old foods that I had to take out?”
Or else something like this:
“I’ve been following the diet to a “T” for about four months now. Last weekend was my birthday and some friends took me out to dinner. I couldn’t help it–I cheated and had a small piece of birthday cake and a glass of wine. So what should I do now to be sure I don’t mess up the diet?”
What do I say to these people? In today’s video, I share my view about these types of “cheats,” as well as other reasons I think we need a change of perspective when it comes to healing from candida overgrowth.
Question: Have you ever “cheated” on your anti-candida diet? What happened? Were you able to return to the diet (or not) and maintain your health, or did your symptoms return? Please share in the comments!
- Why the anti-candida diet is not a diet
- How cheating on an anti-candida diet is different from cheating on other diets
- How medicine’s impression of candida and other fungal infections is evolving
- Why candida is like peanuts and crack cocaine
- How long to stay on the diet
- Can you follow an 80/20 or 90/10 rule with candida?
- The “Learn to Love Stevia” Challenge!
- The Sweet Life Club (ongoing support for sugar-free, gluten-free, egg-free, dairy-free living)
- Living Candida-Free (Book)
- Living Candida Free (free Facebook group)
- Anti-Candida Digital Cookbooks
- Candida Diet Individual Coaching
- Subscribe to my YouTube channel
- Video: Cheating on an Anti-Candida Diet & Other Myths
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