Salad is an excellent food for Candida cleansing. It’s even better if you can grow some of the food yourself. You’ll have a lot of good nutrients straight out of the soil going into your tummy.
I love salad. In the summer, I have about 10 different types of salad that I rotate through. I can have up to three different salads per day.
One of my favorite salads is a mix of tomato, black Kalamata olives, cucumber, feta cheese, and chopped up red onion. Make sure you cut the ingredients into similar sizes.
To really give some zing to this salad, add some fresh herbs like thyme, oregano, rosemary, basil, or parsley. Preferably include at least two of these herbaceous herbs. These plants are antifungal and can help your gut recover from Candida.
If you grow your own herbs, you can make your own vinegar by combining a really good quality apple cider vinegar with the herbs in a jar. You’ll end up with a variety of different colored, tasty vinegar.
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Next, we need to add some salad dressing. Whatever you do, please don’t go to the grocery store to buy mayonnaise or bottled salad dressing. They’re not the type of food you need on a Candida cleanse.
When I make salad dressing, I start with a 50/50 mix of lemon juice and lime juice. Then add an equal amount of extra virgin olive oil. This is not the time to try and save money when buying oil. Make sure you get high-quality olive oil, walnut oil, or avocado oil for your salad dressing.
I’ll add some minced garlic and two or three drops of oregano oil. Mix up the salad dressing and pour it on to your salad. Toss the salad thoroughly, and there you have it: a beautiful salad for your Candida cleanse.