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Re: Candida diet for teenagers

TLC Nutrition Support ·
Hi there, Welcome to the forum. My regular posting time is Tuesday, occasionally Wednesday. I will try to get to your question before hand if I can. I'd be happy to provide some tips and links to resources on this website. Off the top, do check out the Welcome section of the forum and also the Diet FAQ's! Till then, Tarilee
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Re: Candida diet for teenagers

Elren ·
Thank you, Tarilee! Those were really helpful, I appreciate it.
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Re: Candida diet for teenagers

TLC Nutrition Support ·
Hi there Elren, I'm on here now and will pull together some more links for you and do my best to answer your questions!
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Re: Candida diet for teenagers

TLC Nutrition Support ·
Hi Elren, I'm glad to hear you're putting your best foot forward and that you have an optimistic attitude. This will help with the motivational energy you need to make some positive changes. Here is a post about weight changes during a candida diet. A few high calorie foods for you to consider: roasted or raw, sprouted almonds, almond butter olives coconut milk, olive oil, hemp oil (hemp for raw use only) organic/grassfed meat and ghee coconut manna, coconut flakes and oil olives and...
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Re: Candida diet for teenagers

TLC Nutrition Support ·
If you are using nuts and seeds I have a few tips: For optimum digestion use nuts or seeds (sunflower and pumpkin) sprouted or pan roasted with healthy saturated oil. Buy them from high turn around sources that keep them refrigerated. Keep them in a jar in your fridge if you will store them for long.
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Re: Candida diet for teenagers

TLC Nutrition Support ·
If cost is not an issue and you want a high calorie, low starch 'flour", you can use a blend of ground almond, sprouted chia seed powder (equal parts) to bake with. Sprouted powders ares not essential but do improve digestion further. You can also make 'fat bombs' from ketogenic diet websites if they are savoury or use pure, good tasting stevia . Tarilee
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Re: Candida diet for teenagers

Elren ·
Thank you so much! I'll get started reading.
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Candida diet for teenagers

Elren ·
Hi! I'm probably the one teenager on this site, but I joined because I hope to get the advice of a community like this that's going through the same thing I am. I have a Candida overgrowth (likely from a round of antibiotics), that was diagnosed about a week ago. My doctor told me to go ahead and start my antifungals right away and to start the candida diet after the holidays. I decided to just go ahead and start on the 26th because I wanted to get used to it before winter break ends. I...
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Re: Candida diet for teenagers

TLC Nutrition Support ·
You're very welcome Elren. Please let me know how you make out and if you have any questions. Take good care, Tarilee
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Re: Candida Cleansing for a Healthy New Year

TLC Nutrition Support ·
References List for Candida Cleansing for a Healthy New Year REFERENCES 1- McINNES , Craig, The 'yeast syndrome' Disease link doubted by most MDs, The Globe and Mail , Toronto, Ont.: Apr 25, 1987 . pg. D.4 (retrieved Jan 31, 2011) http://proquest.umi.com.ezprox...45&clientId=3916 2- E.M. Goodman, B. Greenebaum and Michael T. Marron Effects of Extremely Low Frequency Electromagnetic Fields on Physarum polycephalum http://www.jstor.org.ezproxy.l...stable/3574457?seq=4 3- Influence of...
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Candida Cleansing for a Healthy New Year

TLC Nutrition Support ·
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...
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Re: Lucuma & Mesquite

TLC Nutrition Support ·
As long as you feel well when you eat them, they could provide a very nice, 'rounding' to the sweetening power of the recommended sweeteners. Lucuma is sweeter than Mesquite but is still quite low in the sugars of concern. Tarilee
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Re: Lucuma & Mesquite

veronica ·
Thanks Tarilee! Maybe I'll start with Mesquite (today is day 70 for me) and once I improve a bit more I'll start incorporating some Lucuma as well. Cheers
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Re: New to Site. Hx of Candida.

Candylynnlance ·
Hi there, I'm sorry your going through what I'm going through as well. It's been one tough journey for the past 8 weeks following a very strict diet, only to get to my 8th week and have all kind of weird symptoms going on! Last week I felt amazing and couldn't wait until I could dig into some house deep cleaning that I haven't been able to do. Like you , I've tried everything under the sun to kill Candida. I even went to a holistic naturopath who diagnosed me, sold me the supplements and put...
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Re: New to Site. Hx of Candida.

TLC Nutrition Support ·
Hello Candy Lynne, Welcome to the Whole Approach forum. Though Fluconazole is not written on this post, you may wish to read about these other pharmaceutical anti-fungals as they are similar. Also, before taking any drug, it's important to know the associated risks, especially if there are natural alternatives. At Whole Approach we cannot offer medical advice or diagnose. I will however offer you information about the natural products that thousands of Whole Approach customers/members have...
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New to Site. Hx of Candida.

Lily ·
Hi there. I am contacting you for help with Candida overgrowth. 30 year old female, 3 and 9 month old. Hx of Candida. I have all the classic symptoms of overgrowth. Fatigue, headache's, brain fog, skin itch, rectal itch, blurred vision, anxiety, irritability, dizziness. My energy level is at 0. I gave up yeast, sugar, gluten for 12 weeks and also did a candida clear kit from natures sunshine(as well as coffee enemas, acidophilus, parasite killers. My brain fog is better, but still...
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Lucuma & Mesquite

veronica ·
Are lucuma powder and mesquite powder acceptable on the candida diet?
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Full Course Curriculum

TLC Nutrition Support ·
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...
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Extremely high progesterone levels, candida, and gallbladder issues

mirrortraveler ·
Hello all! I am new to the forum and just wanted to say 'thank you' for discussing so many and varied different topics here related to candida. These posts have helped me a lot over the years, but I think it was about time I became a member. I have some questions about a recent diagnosis of mine, what it all means, and what I could possibly do about it: First off, I've had candida since I was a teenager, and for the most part I blame extreme, constant stress levels and having taken the birth...
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Re: Extremely high progesterone levels, candida, and gallbladder issues

TLC Nutrition Support ·
Hi there MT, Welcome to Whole Approach! I'm glad the resources here are helpful for you. I recommend you start reading in the Getting Started forum - welcome section . This forum is not moderated any more though it has temporarily been left open for posting. Soon, only the recipe forums will be open in this way. I'm available on a limited basis for phone support and I'm teaching an online course in the forum blog (see blog section that is in the black bar above, not the website blog). Mostly...
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Re: Extremely high progesterone levels, candida, and gallbladder issues

Doublestemcells32 ·
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Re: Extremely high progesterone levels, candida, and gallbladder issues

Doublestemcells32 ·
Phytoscience Double stemcell for Best treatment of Skin care. The first coating of the skin’s epidermis encompasses two necessary types of cells: the regularly somersaulting epidermal stem cells which is present about two to seven percentage of the basal stem cell populace in addition to second one is their fast separating offspring that provide new cells to alternate those so as to are lost or else disappearing, Doublestemcell very effective on skin:- For More Visit.
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Kolorex Horopito Seed for Internal and External Yeast Problems

TLC Nutrition Support ·
Hi All! The Kolorex product as we know it - is being discontinued. In its place is a new and improved Liquid Capsule: Kolorex Advanced Intestinal Care. Kolorex™ Advanced Intestinal Care - 60 Capsules The human body naturally breaks down supplements into liquids to be absorbed. Liquid filled Kolorex™ Advanced Intestinal Care takes advantage of this fact, with a supplement presentation that provides a gentle action, and offers easy, more natural absorption. Kolorex™ Advanced Intestinal Care...
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Welcome to the Forum

TLC Nutrition Support ·
Congratulations. 

By joining this forum, you've taken an important first step towards healing. Our moderators and our members provide support for those taking on the challenge of a candida program. Below please find the most important links that introduce what Whole Approach can offer you on your healing path. About Candida Related Complex (Candidiasis) If you want to assess your symptoms, you may want to look at the About Candida section as well as the Diagnosing Candida section . Tips for...
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*Carob brownies

Yogagirl24 ·
Ingredients (9 large brownies) For the Brownies 1/2 c carob powder 1/2 c chestnut flour 1 3/4c mashed sweet potato (about 2) 1/2 t cinnamon 1 t vanilla 1/2 t baking powder 1/2 t baking soda 1/3 c walnuts roughly chopped (optional) 1 T ground flax 3 T soy milk (or other non-dairy milk) For the Icing 2 T tahini 2 T carob water to thin Instructions For the Brownies Mix the dry flours together and then mix it into the mashed sweet potato. I did it by hand, but I think a food processor would do a...
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Regularity and your Health

TLC Nutrition Support ·
by Tarilee Cornish, Certified Nutritional Practitioner Do you suffer from any of the following symptoms? bad breath, body odor fatigue, low energy depression, irritability headaches mental sluggishness skin eruptions, sallow skin, dark circles under eye Are you constipated? The time it takes for food to pass from the mouth to elimination through the rectum is generally referred to as “transit time”. Naturopathic physicians emphasize the importance of efficient bowel elimination (12-24 hours...
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A Healing Diet course module #1

TLC Nutrition Support ·
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...
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Caproyl liquid anti-fungal- all about

TLC Nutrition Support ·
About Caproyl Caproyl is the Phase I liquid anti-fungal that is used to mix into the candida purge drink, It’s made from liquid caprylic acid mixed into a high quality, non-GMO, first pressed, solvent free, safflower oil base. The following information about Caproyl (formerly known as Caprol) is from the book, Conquering Yeast Infections, the Non Drug Solution for Men and Women" by S. Colet Lahoz Conquering Yeast Infections “Caproyl, containing liquid caprylic acid in concentrations of not...
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Flem in throat

Jodes ·
I have been battling with Candida for years now (I have a pretty bad case)... Anyway, I'm slowly recovering but one symptom that really isn't getting much better is the amount of flem in my throat. I end up coughing a lot when talking, and more importantly, I can't sing. I know this sounds silly but I love singing and its one of the ways I de-stress. The symptom gets worse when I have die off, as expected but I would love to get it to a more comfortable level. Anyone have any good remedies...
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Re: Flem in throat

TLC Nutrition Support ·
Hi there Jodes, Welcome to the forum, I usually come on here once a week on Tuesdays or Wednesdays to answer questions. Excess mucous seems to be common complaint with many disorders related to digestive efficiency. Sounds like you've linked this to your efforts to reduce candida. Perhaps you're doing a bit of a cleanse and this is related to your body throwing off wastes. Of course I have no way of knowing for sure. Scrubbing and cleansing the colon of excess mucous through the Whole...
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Re: Flem in throat

TLC Nutrition Support ·
Hi Jodes, How are you doing now? Did you try any of the suggestions above? Take good care, Tarilee
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Re: Flem in throat

Jodes ·
Hi Tarilee, I've tried your suggestions and its eased a little which is great! But I'm struggling in general at the moment... my body can't handle a lot of antifungals at all without my immune system suffering and my chronic fatigue getting really bad, and then taking weeks to recover properly. It feels a bit as though I'm never going to get better. But thanks for checking back in Best, Jodes
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A Healing Diet Module One- Foundations of Healthy Eating

TLC Nutrition Support ·
Content coming later tonight... Tarilee
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Candida-Safe Recipe - Lemon Curd

Lemon Curd From HelenUK (also in the WholeApproach Recipe Book) If you have unpleasant memories of shop bought lemon curd from when you were a child, put those memories out of your mind. This lemon curd tastes nothing like that artificial tasting 1970s jam tart filling! In fact, it is absolutely delicious. This recipe makes more than enough to fill one 350ml capacity jar (I use an empty tahini jar). Use it as a sweet spread on crackers, muffins, biscuits or pancakes, or as a filling for a...
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Re: pityrosporum folliculitis ?

TLC Nutrition Support ·
Hi there NN, Welcome to the Whole Approach Candida Recovery Forum. I'm the moderator and am a health coach/nutritionist. You're in luck today! Hopefully others will benefit from this post as well since it is a 'deluxe' reply. I only post for a short time twice a week and it's rare I have enough time to insert so many helpful links. Because it's summer, things get quiet around the forum and, in addition to me having some extra time, it just so happens we have extensive extra information...
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Re: pityrosporum folliculitis ?

TLC Nutrition Support ·
One more link, named rather precisely related to your q - "how to know when you're finished your program"
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Re: *Rhubarb Upside-Down Cake

GayAnn ·
Can't wait to try this!! It sounds so good. Thanks for posting it. Gay
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pityrosporum folliculitis ?

NobleNomad ·
Howdy,     I'm 25 years young, male.I self diagnosed myself with pityrosporum folliculitis. If you don't know what that is, here's a brief overview: http://www.aocd.org/?page=PityrosporumFollicu I believed it was due to drinking way too much...
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Part II: Collection of Candida Diet and Candida Treatment Success Stories

A collection of WholeApproach success stories: "I know this place is a place for truly healthy nutrition and healthy lifestyle all around, and I love that. It doesn't incorporate just candida-safe foods. I am learning and starting to love how healthy feels and love the foods. " - Just Joe "Hi Tarilee, I just read your FAQ on the Healthy Fats and Oils. Wow. Wow! I read it twice so I could absorb it. So much I didn't know! Thanks for providing all this information! The more I learn about what...
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Part I: Collection of Candida Diet and Candida Treatment Success Stories

A collection of WholeApproach success stories: "Chronic neck pain, shoulder and upper back pain, yes!! I had all of those for about 8 years, with an increase in intensity the last 2 years. And that was with numerous trips to the chiropractor for adjustments. My muscle pain started to decrease after being on the new diet for about 10 weeks. Not gone completely, but started to feel relief from it. I would say maybe by Phase II, the GSE phase, I realized my muscle pain was mostly gone. That was...
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*Rhubarb Upside-Down Cake

pollyanna ·
Rhubarb Upside-Down Cake 4 cups rhubarb 2 TBLS veg. glycerin 1 TBLS arrowroot powder 1/2 tsp stevia 2 TBLS chicolin (or agave inulin) 1 tsp xanthum gum 1/2 cup rice milk or your favorite milk Chop rhubarb and put the veg. glycerin with it in a bowl and let it sit for 1 1/2 to 2 hours. This makes the rhubarb sweeter. Mix arrowroot powder, stevia, chicolin, and xanthum gum together. Slowly whisk in the rice milk. Add more rice milk if it looks too thick. This will slightly thicken your...
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Re: NEW, Stranded in the Jungle, what do I bring?

hope4eva7 ·
hi i dont think there are any candida bars u can make ur own bread with coconut flour and also make ur own yeast free soup and eat alot of salad i dont know what type of food will be available to u and know u cant have lettuce but what about spinach ? u can make a salad with spinach tasty ,my plan is to eat only cocunut flour bread ,homemade soup and salad ,and eggs i am not doing this yet just trying to get over the overwhelming sweet cravings as well as adding anti fungals and proboitics
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Re: NEW, Stranded in the Jungle, what do I bring?

kriss213 ·
We wont be able to take any fruits or vegetables there with us but I will be able to get cabbage once in a while. Besides that I pretty much have to eat the rice and beans because my doctor is calling my condition a yeast sensitivity not candida (even tho I'm 100% sure its candida) and is allowing rice and most beans in my food list. I will look into the coconut flour and if I can bring it. Thanks for the advice!
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Re: NEW, Stranded in the Jungle, what do I bring?

kriss213 ·
I did find something called YOU BAR that I was thinking of bringing as well as THE ULTIMATE MEAL shake. Both are candida friendly so I can live off those for a while.
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Re: NEW, Stranded in the Jungle, what do I bring?

hope4eva7 ·
oh ive never heard of u bar im going to look that up myself damn mayb wait till u get home to really cleanse because the majority of ur diet should be veggies no fruit
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Re: NEW, Stranded in the Jungle, what do I bring?

TLC Nutrition Support ·
Hi Kriss, If you are free of cell towers and mostly free of electricity where you will be and if you have clean water, and can stay free of insect born diseases and the drugs you need to deal with them, you might be surprised how much you can heal in a natural environment. It sure would be good to avoid sugar though and perhaps the dried foods you'll have will be sweet? Do you have camping stores that sell dehydrated foods? Will you be with people who know how to wild forage and hunt in the...
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Re: NEW, Stranded in the Jungle, what do I bring?

kriss213 ·
We will be storing our most of our food in "the arc" - the place we will be using as a base camp. The powders should be fine, the bars may will prob only last 2 months. We will get most of our food in Nicaragua but much of my food will be taken with us from the states. Beans and rice are the big ones, we're not really doing much in the way of dry food because-like you said- its too humid to last that long. No camp stores, we'll be in a developing country and will have to travel into Port to...
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Re: NEW, Stranded in the Jungle, what do I bring?

kriss213 ·
I want to start now so I can be as healthy as possible. Plus, when I get back I'll be hiking the Appalachian trail for 4 months and I deff want to be in tip top shape for that. If worse came to worse I could put my trips off till next year but that might break my heart...
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Re: Likely have Candidiasis, suggestions?

TLC Nutrition Support ·
Hi there, Welcome to Whole Approach! Your history seems to describe increasing levels of sensitivity and issues with digestive, immune systems and your nervous system. This is a general observation and not meant to be any kind of diagnosis. Reducing candida and other pathogens in your system, boosting your nutritional health, detoxifying (including colon cleansing), and supporting your immune system will help you feel a lot better. With complex health stress, it is difficult to know what, if...
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Re: Likely have Candidiasis, suggestions?

Sick of Being Sick ·
A rare level of diagnostic care? Possibly. My Allergist was able to take my call today (huge shock!) as I was asking to go to a once daily dose of Diflucan versus staying on the weekly. But he does seem to think that all of the things I am experiencing can be related to Candidasis and/or die-off from it. My blood pressure has been extremely high on and off for a while apparently, and I mentioned it to him that I had to take one of my lisinopril because it was so high I was scared. But then I...

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