When I was on the candida diet, I ate so much garlic 🤭 in the hope that it would help rid my body from intestinal thrush, and praise God it did aid to my recovery! Garlic is a very powerful anti-biotic which helps in detoxifying and cleansing the body from harmful bacteria, fungi, and yeasts, … Continue reading The Healing Power of Garlic // Recipe
This quick and easy vegetable soup is nourishing, low in fat, gluten-free and easy to digest. I used 2 tbs of olive oil, 1 onion, a small marrow, 2 carrots, a handful of chopped spring greens, 2 small potatoes, 2 gluten-free vegetable stock cubes, 1/4 teaspoon of turmeric, 1/2 teaspoon of oregano and just enough … Continue reading Vegetable Minestrone
When I was on a candida diet, I remember searching the net trying to find a good yeast-free and gluten-free bread replacement, and came accross "Sweet potato rotis." I practically lived on these while on that restrictive diet, and my family and I still enjoy them today served with fried or poached eggs, tomatoes, spinach … Continue reading Sweet Potato Flatbread (Roti)
Stay away from all those sugary cereals, which can cause your blood sugar levels to rise and leave you feeling hungry again an hour later. Why not eat a couple of eggs instead. Eggs are wonderfully nutritious, low in fat, and will not affect your blood sugar levels like most cereals do. Organic eggs are … Continue reading Eggs for breakfast anyone?
These courgettes taste wonderful in a baguette. How to make: Make a plain tomato and basil pasta sauce. Slice about 3 courgettes. Brush a griddle pan with a touch of oil and fry the slices of courgettes until soft enough to put a fork through them. Once all the slices are cooked, place onto a … Continue reading Easy baked courgettes