Essential Candida Diet Recipes

One of the greatest misconceptions when suffering from Candida albicans overgrowth, and someone must take up a yeast free diet, is that you’ll be required to eat boring, tasteless food all day every day. Some people have gone to the lengths of referring to it as a “caveman diet”. But that doesn’t have to be the case, not at all. There are hundreds and hundreds of great tasting Candida diet recipes available that could be tried and enjoyed.

Most of us have heard of the phrase “You are what you eat“…if what you’ve been eating lead you to being a yeast overgrowth victim, maybe the caveman diet is not a bad idea if it will lead you back to health. I have put up a list of a few simple, easy, quick to prepare list of recipes that can taken advantage of.

There are various kinds of foods that can be tried for different recipe ideas perfect for breakfast, lunch or supper. You can also be creative and just go wild and try other things, just as long they are within the list of foods to be used when on an anti Candida diet like the…

Stir fry vegetable omelette

Try not to be limited just use anything you like for your stir fry.


2-3 Organic eggs (remove yolks if you’re watching your cholesterol)
2 tablespoons of olive oil ¼ finely chopped onion
¼ chopped green pepper
¼ chopped yellow pepper
2 celery stick or handful of spinach

In a pre-heated pan add all the vegetables and stir fry until they’re tender. Once tender go ahead and add your beaten eggs in the pan, stir lightly until the eggs are well done then add a pinch of salt & pepper for taste the serve immediately.

Tuna Salad Ingredients

1 can of tuna 3-4 leave of lettuce
2 tablespoon of finely chopped shallot / Onion
¼ finely chopped red pepper
¼ finely chopped yellow pepper
2 tablespoon anchovy
1 diced hardboiled egg
2tablespoons Fresh squeezed lemon juice

Mix everything up n a salad bowl and serve.

Grilled Marinated Pork Ribs

Ingredients 3 lbs pork back ribs

½ onion
½ Spanish onion
1 Chopped green, red & yellow pepper
1 full tablespoon crushed garlic
1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar
1 tablespoon cumin seeds
1 tablespoon dried oregano leaf
½ teaspoon cayenne pepper
½ teaspoon salt

Chop your onions and peppers, add the crushed garlic, apple cider vinegar, cumin seeds, oregano leaf, salt and the cayenne pepper. Put all of these into a food processor then whirl until finely chopped.

Rub this mixture on your pork ribs then place it in a resealable plastic bag or dish to marinade for at least 6-12 hours. When your marinade is ready barbecue in medium heat with the lid closed, let it grill for approximately 45 – 60 minutes until they’re golden brown, remember to turn so that the ribs don’t burn.

Once cooked, this can be served with a green vegetable salad.

If you’re not entirely sure which foods have yeast content, try to read the labels on the packaging as some of these companies are ethical and they do provide truthful, informative nutritional information on their packages. These are just some of the few delicious recipes that can be enjoyed when on a Candida diet.

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