7 Day Sugar Detox Meal Plan Great For Candida Too

7 Day Sugar Detox Meal Plan Great For Candida Too

All that excess sugar is doing you some serious damage and cause cause your body to get out of sync. The 7 Day Sugar Detox Meal Plan Perfect To Kick Candida is rather conservative and easy to follow. It’s important to note that in addition to elevating inflammation in almost every part of your body, sugar feed candida, promotes insulin resistance, increases risk of diabetes and dramatically impairs brain function . The direct links between sugar and candida, a highly prevalent yeast infection, have long been established, as has the association between sugar and dental caries.

So if you want to look good, feel good and live a longer life, it’s definitely in your best interests to cut back on the sugar. One of the best ways to do this is by targeting your sugar addiction, via an effective sugar detox diet. I’ve gathered together a seven-day sugar detox meal plan that will help to kick your deep-seated sugar addiction and cleanse your body of excess sugar. It’s not going to be easy, but it’ll be well worth the effort!

While you can mix and match the meals depending on your ingredients, be sure to keep starchy vegetables like sweet potato to a minimum. If you’re thinking about eating fruit, low-sugar options like apples, pears, raspberries, blackberries and blueberries are always the best option. If you’re sick of sweet potato, you can substitute in butternut squash, acorn squash or green plantains for a tasty low-carb starchy side.

7 Day Sugar Detox Meal Plan Perfect To Kick Candida

Unlike other meal plans, this seven-day sugar detox doesn’t seek to completely remove sugar from every meal you eat. To do so would send you spirals of misery.  The candida tends to retaliate and make matters a whole lot worse if you go ballistic on it. So try this first.

If you are experiencing symptoms of candida, you may want to do this meal plan for at least 21 days until your symptoms have subsided. You can also read “The 10 Foods to Eat To Wipeout Candida” and “How to Use Essential Oils for Yeast Infection Treatment & Relief.”

The signs and symptoms of Candida can include fatigue, brain fog, digestive issues, sinus infections, recurring yeast infections, mild depression, joint pain, and much more.

The consensus is that many more people are suffering from Candida overgrowth than those few who are diagnosed correctly. You may find yourself suffering from any or all of these symptoms if you have Candida. All of them can be linked to an imbalance in the gut flora.

Here are 11 of the most common Candida symptoms that you may be experiencing:

  1. Chronic fatigue
  2. Brain fog
  3. Digestive issues
  4. Recurring yeast infections
  5. Oral thrush
  6. Sinus infections
  7. Food allergies/intolerances
  8. Fungal infections on the skin and nails
  9. A weak immune system
  10. Joint pain
  11. Low mood

Feel free to mix and match the meals each day, but ensure you stay well away from grains, more than one serving of fruit and anything processes. All of these foods contain high levels of glucose and fructose, which can completely ruin your efforts.

Day 1

Breakfast: Sautéed spinach in olive oil, two to three free-range eggs fried in tad grass-fed butter or grapeseed oil, optional half-serving of sweet potato fried in coconut oil and 8-12oz green tea (30 min after you’ve finished eating).

Lunch: Green salad with pumpkin seeds, (1tsp) feta cheese and roast chicken.

Snack: Celery dipped in grass-fed, preservative-free sour cream.

Dinner: Roast lamb leg with herbs, garlic, half-serving of onion, optional butternut squash and broccoli.

Dessert: Half a serving of raspberries with either full-fat yogurt or coconut yogurt.

Day 2

Breakfast: Protein smoothie with non-dairy milk, plant-based protein, coconut yogurt, blackberries or black currants and cinnamon.

Lunch: Leftover roast lamb and roast veggie salad with fresh mint and finely chopped lettuce.

Snack: Apple with 1/4 cup of raw almonds.

Dinner: Wild-caught salmon sautéed in grass-fed butter with steamed cauliflower and lightly sautéed kale.

Dessert: Dark chocolate (at least 75 percent) mixed coconut oil and lightly smeared on half coconut flour tortilla wrap.

Day 3

Breakfast: Leftover salmon or turkey breast on a bed of leafy greens with balsamic vinegar, green tea.

Lunch: Roasted vegetable frittata made with 2-3 free-range eggs.

Snack: Apple slices with sugar-free peanut butter dip.

Dinner: Roast chicken with roasted parsnip, garlic and red onion, sautéed kale or collard greens.

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Dessert: A half serving of raspberries with either coconut yogurt.

Day 4

Breakfast: Sautéed spinach in olive oil, 2-3 free-range eggs fried in grass-fed butter, half-serving of sweet potato fried in coconut oil and 8-12oz green tea (30 min after you’ve finished eating).

Lunch: Green salad with pumpkin seeds, feta cheese and roast chicken.

Snack: Celery “dipped” or smeared in nut butter. Less than a tbs.

Dinner: Roast lamb leg with herbs, garlic, half-serving of onion, optional butternut squash and broccoli.

Dessert: A half serving of raspberries with coconut yogurt.

Day 5

Breakfast: Protein smoothie with non-dairy milk, plant-based protein, coconut yogurt, blackberries or black currants and cinnamon.

Lunch: Leftover roast lamb/steak and roast veggie salad with fresh mint and finely chopped lettuce.

Snack: Apple with 1/4 cup of raw almonds.

Dinner: Wild-caught salmon sautéed in grass-fed butter with steamed cauliflower and lightly sautéed kale.

Dessert: Apples and blueberries sautéed in coconut oil.

Day 6

Breakfast: Leftover salmon or turkey breast on a bed of leafy greens with balsamic vinegar, green tea.

Lunch: Roasted vegetable frittata made with 2-3 free-range eggs.

Snack: Apple slices with non-sugar added peanut butter dip.

Dinner: Roast chicken with roasted parsnip, garlic and red onion, sautéed kale or collard greens.

Dessert: A half grapefruit

Day 7

Breakfast: Scrambled free-range eggs with grass-fed cheese, sautéed kale, green tea.

Lunch: Salad with cubed turkey, cucumber, lettuce, sunflower seeds, (1 tbs feta cheese or raw goat milk cheese), cold sweet potato and home-made raw honey-mustard dressing (go light on the honey! = honey, rice vinegar & mustard mixed)

Snack: 1/4 cup raw almonds or cashews with dark chocolate.

Dinner: Roasted wild salmon with fresh dill, non-dairy cream cheese, roasted sweet potato and steamed broccoli.

Dessert: Apples and blueberries sautéed in coconut oil.

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