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Glycemic Index and Candida - How Much Sugar are you Eating?

by Tarilee Cornish, CNP Rather than count grams of carbohydrates, we can limit the down side of carbohydrates by preferring particular types of carbohydrates according to how they influence our blood sugar. For years, we divided carbohydrate types into simple and complex, with the thought that complex carbohydrates were healthier. Though this division sorts out the least nutritious foods from the most nutritious foods, it is simplistic and it fails to give us an understanding of how those...

Coping With Cold and Flu Season

Tarilee Cornish, Certified Nutritional Practitioner We’ve come to expect that the cold weather season brings more cold and flu viruses. But we don’t have to enter cooler weather worrying about inevitable illness. We can defend ourselves effectively by supporting our immune systems. By making a few wise lifestyle choices and using supportive therapeutic products, we can maintain vibrant health all season. If we do happen to catch a virus, these same methods, employed to an enhanced degree,...

Module #5 Food Combing for Health

Food Combining Food combining is a diet strategy designed to lighten the load on the digestive system by combining specific foods that utilize complimentary digestive efforts in order to break them down. People with candida overgrowth often experience a reduction in digestive efficiency. This strategy can be helpful, especially during recovery from candida issues. Food combining is really more of a "food separation" theory. It is centered on the position that sugars and starches require a...

Module #4 Healing Fats and Oils

Living Healthfully with Healing Fats and Oils Many of Nature’s whole foods are abundant in healing fats and oils. Quality oils are rich sources of essential fatty acids. There are several kinds of naturally occurring fatty acids. When gently extracted from healthy, pure sources and gently prepared, they are all beneficial to health. Fatty acids are important for all aspects of health - from hormonal balance, mood and immune strength, to skin and brain health. Contrary to the scary stories...

Module #3 Balancing the Blood Sugar with Low Glycemic Foods

Balancing Blood Sugar with Low Glycemic Foods If we want to balance our blood sugar, simply counting carbohydrates will not assure us of this goal. Foods that cause a quick spike in blood sugar are also known for causing what is known as a sugar-crash. To prevent this, we need an understanding of how specific carbohydrates function in our body. In diet protocols intended to reduce candida, support immune or mental health and lower inflammation, the intent is to keep the blood sugar levels...

A Healing Diet Module #2 - Carbs and Health

The low carb diet Low carb diets have long been promoted for weight loss and for recovery from candida overgrowth. For the last few years the popularity of low carb diets has taken off with (Paleo, Primal, Grain Brain diets). The latest research supports the good results people have been getting with their weight and multiple pleasant side benefits as well. Studies are confirming that eliminating sweets, reducing carbs and increasing healthy fats can also have anti-inflammatory benefits,...

A Healing Diet course module #1

A Healing Diet TLC’s new Healthy Living and Candida Recovery e-course blog will feature a series of nutritional and lifestyle topics to enhance your overall healing and increase the effectiveness of the Whole Approach® anti-fungal candida cleanse. Learn the foundations of healthy eating with our first course module, A Healing Diet, below. Tarilee will be available to answer questions related to the topics covered in this module on Thursday August 18th in a live chat from 11 am to 1 pm...

Full Course Curriculum

Here is the content for the brand new Healthy Living and Candida Recovery Blog with TLC ONE - ABC’s of a HEALING diet Learn the basics of a healing diet, helpful for recovery from a broad range of conditions including candida. TWO- The Whole Approach CANDIDA DIET Build on the healing diet course content and learn about how to transition into an effective candida diet. THREE - THRIVING ON YOUR CANDIDA PROGRAM Explore lifestyle and social coping strategies that will help you get the most out...

A Healing Diet

E-COURSE ONE - A Healing Diet The first module of our first e-course will be released next Monday August 15th. The topics included in the 13 modules are listed below. Learn the basics of a healing diet, helpful for recovery from a broad range of conditions including candida. This fourteen week course present the foundations of a healing diet that can be helpful for recovery from a broad range of conditions. Chapters for this course will be posted every one to two weeks on Mondays. Tarilee...

Candida Cleansing for a Healthy New Year

Candida Cleanse for a Healthier New Year! Tarilee Cornish CNP The integrity and ecology of our intestines dictate our level of immune, digestive and mental/emotional health. Modern lifestyles can upset the optimum balance of the sensitive...

Candida Recovery, One Craving at a Time

Candida Recovery, One Craving at a Time By Tarilee Cornish, Certified Nutritional Practioner Many an impassioned, virtuous health mission has been defeated when our honorable inspiration is blindsided by a formidable craving. If unprepared, a...

Vitamin D- 'Sunshine' in a Bottle!

Did you know that if you live in the Northern Hemisphere, you may not have enough vitamin D in your system in the winter months? If you've lost your spring or your cheer, you might want to read up on the importance of vitamin D3. A multitude of...


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