A new year! Time for a fresh start.

It’s easy to get overwhelmed with all the “eat this/don’t eat this” needed to control yeast overgrowth and strengthen your immune system, especially if you’re trying to address your condition for the first time.

 

 


But, it doesn’t have to be crazymaking. Read through some of the ideas below and pick the one or two you feel drawn to. Each one helps you move toward getting relief and supplying your body with more energy. Have some fun with this and for goodness sake don’t try to do all of these at once. Remember, this isn’t about feeling overwhelmed but instead it’s about starting fresh for the new year.

  • Shop at a new grocery store you’ve never been in before. Sometimes being in a new environment helps you see possibilities and choices you hadn’t noticed before. Explore a whole food or produce store that you may never have taken the time to visit.
  • Give your kitchen a fresh start. Go through your cabinets, refrigerators, drawers. What foods are old or out of date? Toss them. Which foods nourish your body and help you feel like you’re doing what you need to regain your health? Any that don’t (those with preservatives, sugar, and yeast on the label would be a place to start), give away, donate to a shelter or toss out.
  • Stock your kitchen with fresh, unprocessed foods so what you need for meals is convenient and handy. Remember, fresh meats, produce, nuts and seeds are the basics to strengthening your immune system and gaining your energy and health.
  • Get your family involved. Eating this new way is healthy and nourishing for other members of your family as well. Would they like to start fresh this new year too?

     

 

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