Eggs, Cottage Cheese, and Ricotta Cheese – Which One is Not Allowed to Eat During a Candida Diet?

Someone said eggs should not be eaten, but it is OK to eat cottage cheese and ricotta cheese. Do you have that issue during your diet? I was on that problem long time ago when I was still on my anti candida diet. So while I still remember, I would write this article for you.

I did research based on what I felt was best for me and that’s what I am going to share with you on this article. When there were discrepancies, I usually took the stricter of the diet suggestions. That’s why I left cottage and ricotta cheese off – they are dairy products with cow’s milk and cheese in them so I will choose to stay away from them.

However, all of my sources say it is OK to eat eggs as they are considered more of a protein than a dairy product. However, one may experience that he/she cannot eat eggs. I know of the causes is probably due to allergy. Below is the real story of my friend, she found out why she cannot eat eggs.

She went to see a Naturopath/Kinesiologist. Apparently, she tested positive for allergies to chicken/eggs, calcium, vitamin B, sugar, corn, grains, salt, all the things that feed candida, she guess. This makes sense since she heard that candida creates allergies which create addictions to those same foods. Seems that candida creates an addiction for the foods it feeds off of through allergies.

Anyway, her Naturopath told her Candida has infected all of her major organs except the heart. This includes: brain, thyroid, pancreas, spleen, liver, kidneys, bladder, intestines, colon, and reproductive organs. She believes it’s in her appendix as well, but she doesn’t remember the doctor saying that.

Source by Angie Lindsey