Vegan Candida Cleanse Diet Recipes and Meals for a Day

Vegan Candida Cleanse Diet Recipes and Meals for a Day



Now, this is not for you! This is for ME,
because I’ve been good, done my Candida
cleanse and got my Candida overgrowth
under control!
So, do your cleanse, reintroduce the foods
that you leave out now properly, and I
will see you on the other side with a
watermelon! And it doesn’t have to be
difficult at all! Just in a bit I will
show you how yummy and satiating vegan
Candida cleanse menu actually can be!I’m sorry about the changing light,
because I have only one artificial light
and this side is outside and it’s
raining and the clouds are coming and
going and so it’s really difficult to
adjust. I will just let it be. Just to
note, my own cleanse back in 2016 was
much more rigid. I excluded even
applesauce, all berries, fruits of course,
legumes, mushrooms and even matcha.
However, I’ve learned a great deal since
then and now know that this is not
absolutely necessary in most cases. In
fact, you will see me using applesauce,
wild blueberries and mushrooms in this
video. And bear in mind though that
applesauce absolutely needs to be
unsweetened without any additives and
preferably made of green apples. In any
event, should your case be very severe,
it’d be better to leave out the apples
and berries all together at least for a
few weeks until your symptoms start to
abate. Furthermore, the majority will do
just fine by adding lentils and mung
beans into the menu already in the
beginning of the cleanse,
especially sprouted. I address the
issue of the foods in grey area such as
low glycemic fruits and berries, legumes,
grains that contain gluten, starchy
veggies, and mushrooms in my vegan
Candida meal plan. The value of my
Candida meal plan lies in tailored
balanced meals that don’t exceed
recommended glycemic load while also
covering the RDAs for all micronutrients.
So I don’t merely provide recipes, but I
also give you a step-by-step guide to
compile balanced means according to your
preferences and produce availability. For
more information on Candida overgrowth
in general, namely symptoms, causes,
testing, and treatment, make sure to
download my very thorough free guide.
Let’s start with this yummy low glycemic
oat bran cauliflower porridge. First, in a
small bowl, pour enough water on the
rolled oats to cover and set aside.
Then, using a grater or food processor,
make riced cauliflower. Cook cauliflower
and oat bran in soy milk or water for
five minutes stirring occasionally.
You can also add the riced cauliflower for
the last one two minutes, if you prefer
it crunchy. Now turn off the heat and
mix in the soaked rolled oats along with
cinnamon, ginger and salt. Add water or
plant milk if necessary. Finally goes in
mesquite flour. You can also use carob
or any other low glycemic sweetener.
Here you go!
Top with cranberries or any other low
glycemic berries and hemp seeds or other
seeds of preference. This is just so
yummy and creamy!
To save time, make a bigger batch of riced
cauliflower. I usually make enough for
three to four days. It’s so convenient to
store it in a sealed container in fridge
and grab it whenever needed. For more
ideas go and watch my video on how to
make low glycemic porridges. This one
here is with lentils and it’s one of my
favorites.
I’ll cover Candida friendly snacks and
desserts towards the end of this video,
but now it’s lunchtime. The key to
beating Candida overgrowth is eating
plenty of low glycemic fibre rich and
satiating foods. So let’s start with
about two cups of Romaine lettuce
followed by shredded raw red cabbage and
carrot. The latter is something that most
people can have also on cleanse, but you
have to listen to your body and leave it
out in case your symptoms do not abate.
For protein I decided to have cooked
quinoa and edamame beans.
Here’s avocado for healthy
monounsaturated fats sprinkled with some
lemon juice. Let’s whip up a really
simple and quick dressing by mixing
together plain soy yogurt, miso paste,
Indian spice mix, garlic powder and lemon
juice.
You can use any plain plant yogurt
instead of soy.
Here we go! Simply sprinkle it on your
bowl and eat it neatly as it is or mix
everything together to enhance flavours.
My tip is to cook everything in batches,
so it will be even quicker to compile a
bowl in the evening or even the next day.
Since I used only raw veggies in my
lunch bowl, the dinner will be mostly
about cooked greens. Here’s steamed kale,
broccoli, asparagus, mushrooms, cooked
black rice, raw bell pepper. My daily
iodine intake in the form soaked
wakame seaweed. And for the dressing I’m
combining soy yogurt and tomato paste.
You might add some miso or tamari, pepper
and spices of choice, but I like it also
plain as that. I added such a small
amount of rice, because my dessert will
be grain based.
Raw buckwheat ricotta with wild
blueberries. I use sprouted buckwheat for
maximum benefits, but you can limit it to
soaking.
However, sprouting diminishes the
glycemic load of grains and legumes as
well as makes them easier to digest. Next
ingredient is plain oat yogurt and then
wild blueberries. Then I use an immersion
blender to process everything. Make sure
you indeed use the wild variety as
garden blueberries have much higher
glycemic load and tend not to be
suitable on Candida cleanse diet. Add any
suitable low glycemic sweetener if
necessary. I usually go for mesquite
powder or lucuma powder or sometimes
also opt for erythritol or a few
drops of stevia. If you have a severe
case and even berries are not an option,
simply leave them out or instead make a
chocolaty version with carob powder. It’s
really so yummy and satiating dessert or
even snack. let’s move on to more snack
and dessert ideas. My all-time favourite
pancakes are those oatmeal pancakes,
which goes so well with applesauce, plant
yogurt, my healthy chocolate sauce or nut
butter and of course my matcha latte. By
the way, leave at least an hour between
meals and matcha, if you have issues with
iron absorption. To be honest, I also like
those pancakes plain. They make either a
good brekkie or a snack. Another
Candida cleanse friendly pancake recipe
that I love is my chocolatey buckwheat
sourdough pancakes that I will link up here.
Again, it’s a great recipe for batch
cooking and therefore making your life
easier. Next up are savoury sorghum
muffins. My vegan Candida meal plan also
includes oat bran zucchini muffins — my
first ever Candida muffins. I’ll link those
below. Those sorghum muffins are so good
that I’ve been eating at least one daily
since I created a recipe in January! So
that’s that! Like the pancakes, also those
muffins fall into both breakfast and
snack category. In addition, you could
even eat one with your lunch or dinner.
And once more, they make an excellent
batch cooking item to add to your
repertoire. Another grainy/bready snack
would be those sprouted buckwheat
crackers.
If sprouting sounds intimidating, soaking
will do! However, I really suggest trying
it out. It doesn’t require any special
equipment or skills. Have them plain
or with plant yogurt or nut butter. It’s
not too hard to make your own almond
butter as it can be quite pricey if
store-bought. You can watch a separate
video on how to make almond butter at
home. For some light snacking, choose raw
non-starchy veggies like cucumber,
cauliflower, bell peppers, turnip, tomatoes,
kohlrabi, celery, carrots, and some sprouts.
If you need to dip them into something,
go for plain plant yogurt or nut butter.
Or even the salad dressings I showed you
earlier. Nibble on raw nuts and seeds
like hazelnuts and almonds, Brazil nuts
for daily selenium, sunflower seeds,
pumpkin seeds, and walnuts. It’s advisable
to soak them first and then freeze or
dehydrate and store in the fridge.
Should you be fond of a heartier snack that
also qualifies as a dessert, I’d suggest
bliss bowls made of ingredients that are
suitable on Candida cleanse. Recipe video
link up here and in description.
Make sure to sub carob for cacao
and add less sweetener as carob is so
sweet per se. The only thing I do
differently for myself to save time is
that I skip the ball forming part.
Instead I transfer the batter into a
container, store it in fridge and
whenever I need a yummy sweet snack I
scoop out a decent portion and form a
single giant ball to accompany
my tea. As you can see the batter gets
much firmer
on the second day. Another chocolaty
Candida cleanse treat would be those
chocolate chip cookies with homemade
carrot chips. Needless to say I have a
tutorial video on how to make both the
cookies and chips. Now, go right now and
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Vegan Candida Cleanse Diet Recipes and Meals for a Day


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