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Is Agave Nectar Ok for candida?


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One other question:

are organic fruit jams (such as strawberry or blueberry) ok if you are treating mild candida?  or is that a complete avoid, as well?

sorry to ask so many questions!


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I've been searching and now I'm asking for help.  Where is the thread that describes the Canadida Spit Test?  


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Hi connect14

Jams are usually pound for pound fruit/sugar so I would forget jams if you're trying to eliminate candida as you're really getting a double whammy: sugar in the fruit and sugar to set the jam!

If you're eating fresh fruit then the riper the fruit the higher the sugar content so take that into account when choosing your piece of fruit.

And dried fruits of course are higly concentrated forms of sugar and hence best avoided on a candida diet.

Many oils are anti-fungal, provide energy and along with protein keep your hunger satisfied longer, so be sure to include them in your diet.
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Thanks Margo.

The jam I eat has no white sugar in it.  Only the fruit and the fruit pectin.
It is organic.

Is this still an avoid?  I do not eat things with added sugar.


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Sounds good.

You'd have to watch your quantities I guess.  If you're having the jam on bread for example again you'd be having a sugar on a sugar (both being carbs) so depending on the extent of your candida and how aggressively you want to manage it.

Good luck.

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Thanks for your help.  I'll make certain to watch it.
Do you think agave nectar would be better?  (If I'm really needing something sweet)?


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i d stay clear of sugar and sweetish tasting things for a time, to help kill off the candida......
it thrives with sugar and all converted into sugar when digested....like grains for example.
try veg glycerin for when you have a sugar craving......
or the raw honey mentioned by john in various posts.


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L Glutamine is sweet and Dr.D says to put .5-1gm in 8 oz water, but it is safe and indeed, healing, to use even more. I also use glycerine. Not sure if Carob is OK for you, but it is tier two beneficial for Os. You could make a carob milk treat with soy or rice or almond milk... Just remember, the craving is really the Candida making their demands!

Lola, I am still hesitant about the honey! I've read the posts and visited the web site and I am going to order some, but, you think the benefits outweigh feeding Candida?  

It is mentioned in several places that Urtica diotic -- stinging nettle -- root contains a lectin which bind Candida helping to remove it from the body. I read in LR4YT that it also decreases intestinal absorbability and therefore, I am assuming I should not use it as I have leaky gut. Anyone know more about this?

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all I know and have learned from all candida sufferers is that sugar should be avoided at all costs.


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Hi,

As far as eating grains with candida, how does Ezekiel bread rank?  I know we are supposed to severely limit grain intake......so if one is going to have a grain occasionally, is Ezekiel better?  I had heard it was b/c it didn't have any flour in it.

Thanks for your advice.


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it counts as a grain serving...
I believe it s two slices for one serving, yes.


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it counts as a grain serving...
I believe it s two slices for one serving, yes.


thanks lola.
do you know if it is "better" than some of the other grains (oatmeal, etc...) since it is flourless in terms of candida?  a woman at whole foods told me that i could consume 1 serving of Ezekiel bread a day with candida and that would be fine...not feeding the yeast too much?


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that sounds reasonable.....
try it that way and see if your candida doesn t flare up.


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Many years ago I used a homeopathic product called Aquaflora; it really seemed to help with the rest of my anti-candida program.  Here is a link if you want to read more about it  http://www.paq-cell.com/  Garlic and cayenne pepper, if it is allowed on the type B program, might help.  Olive oil is supposed to be a good also.  I never had much success with Caprylic Acid.  Black Walnut extract also helped; I don't remember where I purchased it though.  I hope you are feeling well.  
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I've just read about Healix here in the forum and I checked on the site only to find that HEALIX is a Health Services Company based in the UK.  Can someone please tell me how I can get the supplement HEALIX not the company.  I've been suffering from Candida for quite some time now and I would very much like to try this supplement.  Pointers to where I can buy it would be appreciated.
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I am wondering if this can be taken in conjunction with other vitamins or supplements, This sounds like something I might be interested in but I use a protein supplement  several times a week, is it ok to use this with other things?
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I just ordered two months worth.  I'm going to take it for two months to see what happens.  I might combine it with colostrum from Nature's Sunshine; I haven't decided yet.



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Just orderd some Heallix. Cross your fingers and toes . Well see how it works and I'll give a report on it. Wish me luck.
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Just orderd some Heallix. Cross your fingers and toes . Well see how it works and I'll give a report on it. Wish me luck.


I wish you luck.  There have been mixed reports on Heallix treating Candida here.  Have you read the various threads on candida in this forum?


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By the way, what is mastic powder?
I think it comes from a cretan tree related to those tea trees of Australia so may have some similar properties. I've used some mastic oil some time ago to soothe my inflamed gut. I believe candida caused the inflammation.



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