Question: Are there any sweeteners, like stevia or xylitol, that are safe to consume when dealing with Candida overgrowth?
Yes, stevia and xylitol are often considered safe options for those dealing with Candida overgrowth as they don’t feed the yeast.
Question: Are organic or non-processed sugars treated the same way by the body in terms of Candida growth?
No, while organic or non-processed sugars might be less refined, they can still feed Candida. The body treats most sugars similarly in terms of Candida growth, regardless of their source. It’s the quantity and frequency of sugar intake that’s most impactful.
Question: The diet you guys recommend seems very restrictive to me, how long do I have to follow this diet?
Typically, individuals adhere to a restrictive Candida diet for 4-6 weeks. However, the duration may vary based on the severity of the overgrowth and individual response.
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