September 13

Fruits and Candida

Filed under Raw Food Controversies by Frederic Patenaude

A lot of people ask me if eating too much fruit can cause problems. Or if their candida is caused by eating fruit.

ANSWER: The way to beat candida is simple: you have to understand that candida is an issue that comes from eating too much fat, not too much sugar.

When we eat too much fat, that excess fat in the bloodstream diminishes insulin sensitivity, so sugar isn’t carried out as fast as it should to the cells. It accumulates in the bloodstream, feeding the candida yeast that is naturally present there. The candida then proliferates to “eat up” the excess sugar. The answer isn’t to consume less sugar, or to try to kill the candida, but to go at the root of the problem, that is, to consume less fat.

I have a useful full 30-page special report on the Fruit Controversy. If you’d like to read it, you can by subscribing to my ezine. Click here to get the report.

The advice I give to people who ask me about candida is to go on a really low-fat diet for a while, avoiding all oil, nuts and avocado. The problem is generally solved within a few weeks, if not a few days. Often people have been battling with this for years and get instant relief from doing this low-fat diet. After that period, then small quantities of fatty foods can be reintroduced, as explained in my book, The Raw Secrets.

Personal testimony: a friend of mine came back from Cuba where she ate only raw fruits & vegetables, along with the water of several coconuts, without any fatty foods. She did that for 6 weeks and overcame a candida issue that, in her own words, “seemed to have been eternal.”

NOTE: I have a useful full 30-page special report on the Fruit Controversy. If you’d like to read it, you can by subscribing to my ezine. Click here to get the report.

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