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Is Organic Peanut Butter OK With Candida?

August 16, 2019


Thanks for checking my video out today. I
just did a video a few minutes ago on peanuts, if organic peanuts are okay to consume. I’ve
got another question here from the same person asking me, I know that peanut butter is supposed
to be avoided, but we make our own with no sugar and just plain peanuts and coconut oil,
is that okay to eat? Again, I recommend that you avoid peanut butter
for a period of two or three weeks in the intermediate phase of the Candida Crusher
program, so we’re going to recommend the MEVY diet for a few weeks, meat, eggs, vegetables
and yogurt. We’ve got a low allergy phase for two or three weeks. If you look at my
book, Candida Crusher, you’ll find the low allergy diet sheet, so it’s basically an A4
sheet with the columns, foods potentially allergen, avoid these; that’s on the right
side. On the left side, you’ll find another column, foods that are okay to eat.
In the potentially allergenic column, you’ll find foods in bold, in italic and plain font.
Now the foods in bold have got the highest allergic potential, and this is based on performing
many, many hundreds, if not thousands, of food allergy tests on patients, both the RAST
test, so it’s the skin prick test, but more particularly, IgE, IgG serum based tests through
US Biotech in Seattle. So after studying hundreds and hundreds of
these reports and also reports from many other doctors and naturopaths and chiropractors
as I’ve worked in a technical capacity, I’ve worked out what the top allergy foods are.
And guess what? Peanuts, they’re in the bold category. They’re in the top. They often come
back having an allergic potential. In some people, it’s very, very high, but in many
people, it’s very, very minor. Still minor enough to cause your immune system problems
when it comes to fighting or tackling Candida, so take out peanut butter. Take out peanuts.
Regardless of how organic or clean they are, if you’ve grown them yourself or whatever.
Just take them out for a period of a few weeks. I hope that answers your question. Thanks
for tuning in.

9 Comments

  • Reply Mana Vegan World February 10, 2016 at 9:13 am

    Hi 🙂 Problem for me is that i'm Vegan.. so i still can get protein from chickpes, lentils, bans.. ect.. is it ok with Candida diet?

  • Reply lindaBelmont88 December 8, 2016 at 6:50 am

    Hello I recently started doing the candida diet, I've bin doing research and as it is I've bin having some problems and we'll all last week haven't had potatoes and other foods and on my second week. my question is yes peanuts are another allowed but this might sound dumb but what about peanut powder like pbfit or pb2 I do love peanut butter as it is we buy unsalted organic and I love it because it's all natural so yes I wanted to know is peanut powder as bad for candida?

  • Reply Diva Den February 22, 2017 at 1:54 am

    What about almond or sunflower seed butter, are they okay?

  • Reply Shasta Kennon October 27, 2017 at 3:39 pm

    I check a lot of diet handbooks. This one from Woo&Pep is the best.

  • Reply Candida Crusher December 20, 2017 at 5:35 pm

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  • Reply Blake Marsee December 31, 2018 at 10:02 pm

    Can't eat anything

  • Reply Dan Aubrey January 5, 2019 at 8:54 am

    If peanuts are allowed in moderation, why is home made peanut butter (plain peanuts olive oil) not? Where can I find your book you refer to here?

  • Reply Elizabeth Patterson February 22, 2019 at 5:00 pm

    I've done an IGG food allergy panel and peanuts were low inflammation for me. Can I eat peanut butter on my candida plan? I am already on low FODMAP diet, so hoping to incorporate parts of candida diet and still have enough to eat!

  • Reply OG Albo May 2, 2019 at 6:56 am

    How about almond butter??

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