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I have had a problem with recurrent vaginal mycoses for many years. I noticed that symptoms especially worsen after eating sweets. I also have acne, I think also a hormonal imbalance. Frequent flatulence. Constipation. I am not obese. I weigh about 60 kg and 170 cm tall. I look slim, but I am oily (belly roller and sides) I am addicted to flour products, when I give up fat, I feel cold, I like s alty, especially sticks, corn crisps, peanuts, etc. I eat. I'm not gaining weight. I suffer from flatulence, constipation, mycosis and acne. Treatment of mycosis does not help, it comes back after 2-3 days. As if I didn't have a protective barrier. The mycosis is an effect, but I don't know what. What should I eat and what should I give up?
Recurrent mycosis and digestive problems may be a consequence of yeast overgrowthCandida albicans . In that case, your diet should be sugar-free, yeast-free, and mushroom-free.
What not to eat withCandida Albicans ?
You should exclude from your daily diet:
- confectionery (cookies, cookies)
- high-carbohydrate products (e.g. from refined wheat flour, such as pasta, white bread, rolls, cakes)
- sweet milk
- fruit (except low carbohydrate ones)
- mixed spices containing monosodium glutamate
- chewing gum
- blue cheeses
- black coffee
What to eat to get rid ofCandida Albicans ?
Recommended products are:
- green, red and yellow vegetables
- vegetable juices
- white meat
- brown rice
- olive oil
- linseed oil
During the pharmacological treatment of mycosis, the body should be supported with probiotics. It is worth taking preparations with a large number of tested strains. Mostly from the familyLactobacillus .
In addition to probiotics, the body should also be strengthened with prebiotics (prebiotics are nutritional substances forprobiotic microorganisms). Prebiotics also play an important role in the body: they help in the multiplication of probiotic bacteria, stimulate the immune system, influence the production of B vitamins, help in the absorption of calcium, iron and zinc.
Remember that our expert's answer is informative and will not replace a visit to the doctor.Agnieszka Ślusarska
Owner of the 4LINE Dietary Clinic, chief dietitian at the Plastic Surgery Clinic of Dr. A. Sankowski, tel .: 502 501 596, www.4line.pl
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