How long does it take for Candida to leave the body on a sugar-free diet?
It doesn’t take long for a sugar-free diet to have an impact on your gut flora. Candida won’t necessarily entirely leave because you could be one of the 20 to 25% of people who have a normal population of this yeast in their gut. Many people have Candida in their gut that is well controlled.
Candida has even been shown to have some benefits in the body when it’s in a relationship with other bacteria.
Of course, if we take a major food source away from Candida, the population is going to drop off.
The question isn’t whether we can rid of Candida, but whether we can tame the beast? And we usually can.
I always tell patients that the best approach is to take a long, hard look at what you’re eating and drinking.
Then gradually take things out of your diet – maybe start with two or three of the sweetest foods in your diet.
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Replace the unhealthy foods that you crave the most with healthy foods, and the population of Candida in your gut will steadily come down.
Taking an effective anti-Candida product while reducing your intake of sugar will drop the Candida population even quicker and reduce your cravings.
Don’t be foolhardy and try to wipe out a high Candida load over two weeks. That’s like pulling the emergency brake when you’re doing 60 miles per hour in the car.
Take things slowly and do them properly. Nothing good comes from doing things too quickly.
In the end, it won’t take very long for your Candida levels to drop significantly. All you need to do is start making better food choices and use an effective anti-Candida supplement like CanXida Remove.