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Anti-Candida Diet

The candida diet is a strict diet meant to alleviate the symptoms of candida infections. Candida is the most common fungus in the human body. It is generally harmless, but an overgrowth of this fungus can lead to infection. When your body’s natural pH balance is upset, the candida yeasts can grow out of control, creating a systemic problem and unpleasant candida symptoms. Good healthy bacteria and a properly functioning immune system are essential when fighting this stubborn infection.


The Anti-Candida Diet is designed for the following individuals:

  • Those experiencing exhaustion

  • Those with cravings for sweets

  • Those with bad breath

  • Those with white coating on tongue

  • Those experiencing brain fog

  • Those struggling with hormone imbalance

  • Those with joint pain

  • Those experiencing loss of sex drive

  • Those with chronic sinus and allergy issues

  • Those with digestive problems (gas and bloating)

  • Those with a weak immune system

  • Those having difficulty with UTI (urinary tract infection)


The low-FODMAP diet was developed as an approach for managing patients with functional gut disorders. It involves avoidance of foods that contain specific types of carbohydrates. FODMAP is an acronym that stands for Fermentable Oligosaccharides, Disaccharides, Monosaccharides, and Polyols. These are specific types of carbohydrates that your body may be unable to efficiently absorb. Since they are not getting absorbed, certain bacteria in your digestive tract start to feed on them. These bacteria then produce byproducts and waste materials that can lead to symptoms such as gas, bloating, and diarrhea. This can also lead to an overgrowth of these bacteria in the small intestine which can contribute to several other health problems.


The Low FODMAP Diet is designed for the following Individuals:

  • Those with irritable bowel syndrome

  • Those with inflammatory bowel disease

  • Those post‐colectomy

  • Those experiencing carbohydrate intolerance

  • Those with inflammatory bowel syndrome

  • Those with reduced bowel frequency

Specific Carbohydrate Diet

The Specific Carbohydrate Diet is an elimination diet that focuses on the removal of certain carbohydrates. These carbohydrates can cause unhealthy bacterial overgrowth and increase inflammation which leads to reduced absorption of nutrients in your digestive tract. The Specific Carbohydrate Diet inhibits the growth of unhealthy bacteria by restoring digestive function through eliminating specific carbohydrates. It is a grain free, dairy free and sugar free diet focusing on lean animal proteins, plant-based proteins, healthy fats, vegetables, and fruits.

The Specific Carbohydrate Diet is designed for the following individuals:

  • Those with Crohn’s disease

  • Those with Ulcerative colitis

  • Those with irritable bowel syndrome

  • Those with Celiac Disease

  • Those with diverticulitis

  • Those with chronic diarrhea

  • Those with SIBO (Small Intestinal Bowel Overgrowth)

Gluten Free Diet

The Gluten free diet is essential for managing Celiac Disease and non-Celiac gluten sensitivity or other medical conditions associated with gluten. After the removal of gluten from an individual’s diet, many chronic symptoms should improve or disappear. Benefits include improved health, weight loss, and increased energy.


The Gluten Free Diet is designed for the following individuals:

  • Those with Celiac Disease

  • Those with gluten intolerance or gluten sensitivities

  • Those with Non-specific Gastrointestinal symptoms

  • Those with Irritable Bowel Syndrome

  • Those with Intestinal Permeability

  • Those with recurring abdominal bloating and pain

  • Those with chronic diarrhea or constipation

  • Secondary lactose intolerance

  • Those with sores inside the mouth (aphthous ulcers)

  • Those with tooth discoloration, loss of enamel

  • Those with unexplained anemia

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