Anti-Candida/Yeast Infection Diet

For best results, adhere to the diet for six to eight weeks.
Food Category Forbidden Foods Alternatives Allowed
Bakery Commercial breads and biscuits with wheat. Oats (for the first three weeks). Commercial muffins, cakes and pastries. Wheat or semolina-based pasta. All foods containing yeast. Rice, corn, buckwheat, millet. Rice or corn crackers. Puffed millet and rice flake cereal. Rice, corn, millet or buckwheat pasta.
Beverages Alcohol, fruit juice, soft drink, cordials, tea, coffee, dairy milk. Soy milk with malt or sugar. Pau D'arco tea, red clover tea, dandelion tea. Filtered water with a squeeze of lemon juice. Diluted vegetables juices (no carrot).
Condiments, Oils, and Spreads Sugar, artificial sweeteners, malt, honey, fructose, lactose. Vinegar, salt, pepper, soy sauce, mayonnaise, tamari, shoyu, Worcestershire sauce, etc. margarine, butter and all commercial spreads - vegemite, jam. Make your own dressing with cold pressed linseed oil or olive oil and lemon juice. Add garlic or herbs if desired. Use tahini or avocado as a spread. Homemade hummus - cooked chickpeas, blended with garlic, lemon juice and tahini.
Dairy All forbidden, as they contain milk sugar. Ice cream, cheese, milk, yoghurt, cream, butter, milk powders, whey, buttermilk. Soy milk, almond milk, rice milk, and hemp milk with no added sugar or malt.
Fruit All forbidden for the first 4 weeks. Fruit contains sugar, and Candida will survive with even a small amount of sugar. During the 5th to 8th weeks you are allowed small amounts of pawpaw, pineapple, banana and kiwi fruit.
Meat Avoid Chicken, beef, pork, turkey, goat,lamb and all sea food to include shellfish, sausage, salami, ham and other processed and/or preserved meats. Can have quinoa, aramath, beans, and peas.
Nuts and Seeds Peanuts, coconut, old nuts and seeds. Fresh nuts and seeds.
Vegetables For the first three weeks: sweet corn, sweet potato, potato, beans, squash. You can eat all of these after week three. Avoid mushrooms and other fungi. Avoid fermented foods, including tofu, miso and tempeh. All other fresh vegetables.