Ep17: Understanding the Anti-Candida Diet

November 17, 2016

Anti-Candida Diet with Ricki Heller

Some diets are for everyday, ongoing use. Like vegetarianism. Or different interpretations of the Mediterranean diet.

Other diets are more therapeutic – used for a period of time to heal a particular condition.

In this episode, my guest Ricki Heller explains the in’s and out’s of the Anti-Candida Diet. But don’t skip over it thinking, “I don’t have a problem with candida.” As we talk about…you very well MIGHT.

You’ll have to listen to get all the details but here’s a quickie glimpse at some of the highlights:

Do you have a serious sweet tooth?

Ricki describes why your sweet tooth could be a symptom (and cause) of candida overgrowth. But don’t worry…she doesn’t propose a life without sweet treats. Quite the opposite!

Controversy around candida and your doctor’s view

The Anti-Candida Diet isn’t something you allopathic doctor is likely going to bring up with you…no matter how many yeast infections you have. Ricki explains why conventional medicine doesn’t recognize candida and how you can get tested and start seeing results for yourself.

You can eat sweet without all the sugar!

Here’s where Ricki’s skills truly shine, as she shares her homemade secrets for satisfying a sweet tooth WHILE healing candida. She’s got a ton of tricks up her sleeve for baked goods, frostings, you name it. You’ll want to hear how she creatively uses ingredients to make food ANYONE can enjoy…even a husband or household member who doesn’t require a restricted diet.

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Links from this episode:
Ricki’s website
Download Ricki’s free gift – Consider Candida: 5 Surprising Candida Symptoms
Ricki’s Book – Living Candida-Free: 100 Recipes and a 3-Stage Program to Restore Your Health and Vitality
NuNaturals Stevia

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Anti-Candida Diet with Ricki Heller

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