Last Updated on September 10, 2020
There are many foods you can eat for breakfast while on a Candida cleanse. Somebody in Turkey or in Uzbekistan is going to eat breakfast a little bit different from someone in Santa Monica, so think about that. Different countries, different cultures, different foods, it depends on what you like to eat. Using Google to your advantage. Spend a little bit of time looking at different healthy kinds of breakfast that you can eat.
Although I don’t consider skipping breakfast a sin, is it preferable that you have a morning meal.
Personally, I like having a good quality rolled oats cooked in water for breakfast. On weekends I like to have eggs for breakfast. I find eggs to be an excellent breakfast for most people, and some type of grain. It could be millets, it could be buckwheat, it could be rolled oats.
- Everything You Need To Know About Candida Auris
- Difference Between Conventional Medicine and Natural Solution for Candida Yeast Infections
- Is Your Discharge Normal?
- Perseverance is Key: 12 Tips for Sticking with Your Candida Program – Part 2
- All You Need To Know About Giardia Lamblia
Other clients chose to eat fish and rice for breakfast. Some people have steamed vegetables or bone broth for breakfast. If you like having chicken soup for breakfast, you can do that.
Vegans will come out and say, “But hang on a minute. Eggs aren’t vegan. What about a vegan approach?” Again, there are different types of alkaline grains you can cook up for breakfast. I’d be cautious about having fruit for breakfast with a few exceptions. Blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, and blackberries are fine to have for breakfast. Avocado is okay to have. Grated green apple is quite nice on muesli.
You could look up the Bircher-Benner muesli recipe, the Swiss muesli recipe. Oats are soaked overnight, and then some grated apple with cinnamon is added on top. It’s very tasty.
Just remember to avoid dried fruits for breakfast. Don’t have orange juice or high sugar fruity kind of drinks to start your day. You’re better off having tea, coffee, or water and having them after, not with breakfast.
Focus on whole, healthy foods for breakfast, and you’ll get your day off to a good start.