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Sugar Free and Easy Candida Diet Recipes (Book 1): 20 Minute Meals to Heal Bloating & Yeast Infections (and to Lose Weight & Have More Energy!) -- ... Diet Self-Guided Healing Series) (Volume 2) Paperback – October 28, 2014
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Sandra is a holistic health enthusiast, blogger and cookbook author, who helps people overcome food sensitivities. She created candidadietplan.com to share how she overcame her own debilitating health issues with help of wholesome food, a positive mind set & natural remedies. In the past four years she has inspired over 2,000 people to transition to a healthier, sugar free lifestyle. Her first book "The Candida Diet Solution" was a bestseller right out of the gate, and has helped a lot of Candida sufferers to navigate the conflicting information available about Candida. The 2 part Sugar Free and Easy Candida Diet Recipes book series follows on where the first book left off, adding a variety of tasty recipes to an otherwise rather limited diet. Sandra currently lives in Cornwall with her entrepreneurial partner Johnny.
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But I do think the book would benefit from an edited second edition- larger, more organized FONT (the fonts don't need to be so small, and the book would be more readable), a less "busy" cover, some scrutiny regarding the color photos chosen (the bone broth would look more appealing in a glass mug, wouldn't it? It's hard to tell what it is in the current pictures...) - so maybe a bit of food stylist combined with an editor to catch
transform some content which would make it easier to read and refer to. My guess is this was put out as a first run prototype, and w/ candida awareness about to explode, the time is right for an update, perhaps with additional recipes. Another tip- no need to say things like "This Juice Tastes Awful, I know"- why kneecap yourself? It is easy enough to modify a recipe to make it taste better, and frankly I don't think some of the broths and juices you put disclaimers on were bad anyway.
Book can still be helpful for people trying to heal their gut with anti-candida meals. But let's face it, fasting and switching your eating habits is stressful enough without wondering how much canellini bean to put in your pork soup.
The recipes are not something I would ever eat, most of the ingredients aren't even something I have in my pantry. A healthy gut is key to being the healthiest you can be but this book just didn't cut it for me.