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LOOKING for: Yeast prevention recipes

Posted by bubbeskitchen (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 23, 03 at 9:24

Rene here. New to this forum and have a question.
My daughter (28) suffers from recurrent bladder infections (10 years now) and the doctor (Gyn) and nutricianist feel there is possibly a candida connection . She is on a diet to restrict yeast: no wheat, alcohol, vinegar, sugar, fruit.

So I'm on a quest for salad dressings, condiments, and other specialty items to enhance the limited menu.
And any suggestions from others with this problem.

Any help appreciated!

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RE: LOOKING for: Yeast prevention recipes


I was put on an anti-yeast diet due to a severe allergy
to yeast. So no vinegar, cheese, mushrooms, sugar.
For my diet, my doctor does not restrict all fruit, just the most sugary of them from the melon family. I think this is wise because I need my vitamin C. In my strong opinion, it's part of the cure and I would urge the doctor to allow some fresh fruits.

For salad dressings I use extra virgin olive oil and
lemon in lieu of vinegar. If I coat the salad bowl beforehand with pressed garlic, and add avocado bits,
it becomes a whole different salad experience. (If
out of lemon, use fresh lime).

For a nice condiment for shrimp, I found at my local health food store, but you could easily make a mango salsa.
Obviously mangos, red onion, jalapenos. Talk about jazzy.

Again, sorry that I can't offer non-fruit solution.

Note this restricted diet has been very helpful for me
and I'm down to a size 6 from a 10 (since Feb.) There are lots of things to control UTI's but that's for another forum, no doubt.

RE: LOOKING for: Yeast prevention recipes

I would check out some of the low-carb/Atkins web sites for recipes.

Low-carb eating has completely cured my recuring yeast infections.

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