Sprouted Grain tortillas are yeast and sweetener free.
They are made from sprouted live grains and contain absolutely no flour. The brand I recommend is Ezekiel.
I suggest wrapping the tortilla around a generous portion of your favorite salad mix. You can use Annie’s Lemon & Chive or Goddess dressing–both are vinegar free and great for while on a diet to cure Candida overgrowth.
You can also use the Olive and Flaxseed Oil dressing (see Oil and fats category)
Stevia is an herb that has been used as a sweetener in by native peoples in South America for hundreds of years. Stevia is incredibly sweet, 30 to 100 times sweeter than sugar. A recipe for cookies sweetened with stevia may call for only 1/4 teaspoon to sweeten the whole batch. Stevia contains no calories and it does not affect blood sugar levels.
The sweetening agent in stevia, called stevioside, does not feed yeasts in the intestines like sugars. Therefore Stevia is okay to use as a sweetener for those suffering from candidiasis, a condition of yeast overgrowth in the intestines.
All natural sweeteners, even fructose, feed yeasts, which makes even fruit and brown rice syrup off limits to someone suffering from candidiasis
1 pound of Asparagus
2 Tsp of organic cold-pressed olive oil
Pre-heat oven or broiler
Snap off tough bottom part of Asparagus
Line up Asparagus on pan and drizzle with oil
Broil for Asparagus for approximately 10 minutes or until tender