We’re going to talk about some great snack ideas for people with Candida.
I’m looking at a Candida website, and the snack ideas include stuff like quinoa, falafel with Tzatziki sauce, all sorts of fancy things. Coconut flour, crackers with grissini. Pumpkin seed nut energy bars or something like this.
Not everyone has the time to make snacks like that. Many people who look at these recipes get quite overwhelmed by the ingredients.
You know the rules with Candida.
You’ve got to avoid sugars. You’ve got to avoid crappy foods, soda drinks, and things like that.
There are a ton of snack ideas, and a lot of them are quite easy.
Generally, snack foods are something that you want to quickly get and eat.
You don’t want to spend an hour making them in the kitchen.
When we think of snacks, we’re thinking of things you can grab quickly and don’t contain a lot of artificial ingredients and sugars.
For that reason, I look at things like avocado, raw unsalted, unroasted nuts.
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We’re talking maybe ten almonds or three Brazil nuts.
We’re talking a small amount of roasted sesame seeds with salt.
A very nice snack that is easy to make.
We’re talking a green apple, cucumber, carrots, and other fresh vegetables.
There are many things in your crisper that you can take out and cut up and use.
As for dips, you can’t go wrong with are guacamole and hummus.
Hummus is easy to make with some tahini sauce, with some chickpeas, a bit of garlic, and a bit of pepper and salt. Raw asparagus is very nice with a bit of hummus dip.
Health food stores are a great place to get healthy crackers like rice cakes and coconut crackers. You just have to look and get a few bags of those and have them in your pantry.
Having healthy crackers, nuts, seeds, vegetables, and cans of fish means that you’re well stocked with Candida diet snacks.
So don’t think that you can’t snack when you’ve got a Candida problem.
You just have to avoid a lot of commercial junk in the supermarket.
Let’s go over that list again.
Nuts, except peanuts. Pecans, walnuts, hazelnuts, Brazils, and almonds are my favorite. Seeds, roasted seeds are quite nice. Puffed millet is another option that can be made into little crackers or cookies. Vegetables. Fresh fruit like green apples and berries.
And remember,if you don’t buy crap, you don’t eat crap.
Simple as that.