Having More Complex Unprocessed Carbs Than the Processed Ones

My doctor told me it is not healthy for anyone to have no carbs at all in your anti candida diet. The key is to have complex unprocessed carbs like quinoa, whole oats, long grain brown rice, etc, which take much longer to break down into sugar in your system than processed carbs. I was told those types in moderation are alright.

This Atkins craze has done a lot of damage, and made people think carbs are evil. Refined carbs are obviously not good for health, but complex carbs are good. I can’t think of anything unhealthier than eating lots of meat, with hormones and antibiotics not to mention the cruelty involved! Well, you can try this as your typical days anti candida diet.

Breakfast with homemade gluten free muesli made with a mixture of flakes. I use rice, quinoa, and millet and add seeds, sunflower, sesame and pumpkin. Roast for 45 minutes at Gas 5. It is gorgeous! You can add desiccated coconut, too, but I find it too sweet as I have it with rice and quinoa milk.

Lunch with broccoli and fennel soup with 2 teaspoons of Living Food energy powder (blended). Get some tea with pulses; I have a brilliant book The Bean Book by Rose Elliot which I use lots. One of the recipes is lentil bolognese sauce with gluten free pasta. Get some rice with beans for your supper. As for the snacks, I have fruit now, but only banana and apple and only twice a day. But, before, I had rice cakes with nut or seed butter, or nuts, or vegetable crudits.

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