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Candida Diet Strategies

It is no surprise that you are sick of living with Candida symptoms. A yeast called Candida Albicans has overgrowed, which results to many symptoms, including abdominal bloating, skin complaints, thrush and joint pain to irritability, headaches, poor concentration and extreme fatigue. However, the truth is that Candida symptoms can be relieved of your diet changes.

 

Let’s start out by saying that these anti Candida diet strategies are not something that you are going to have to follow forever. You just have to change your eating habits temporarily as part of your treatment for yeast infection.

 

Avoid Sugar

Candida loves sugar. It positively thrives on it. You have to cut off the supply. Yes, I know that you probably love sugar but the problem is your body doesn’t. So you must avoid sweets, cakes, biscuits, sweetened drinks etc.

 

Fruit, although high in nutritional value, does contain fruit sugars, so is best avoided.

 

A good sugar substitute is a product called Xylitol. It looks and tastes just like sugar but does not feed Candida. It can be a great help if you are “addicted” to sugary foods.

 

Refined carbohydrates such as white bread, pasta or rice are quickly broken down by the body into sugar so you should switch to wholegrain versions of pasta and rice.

 

Milk contains lactose which the body quickly converts to sugar so products containing milk are off limits too.

 

Read Food Labels

Sugar can come in many guises. Natural sugars include fructose, honey, molasses and raw sugar. But, they are still sugar. And you’d be surprised at the range of non-sweet tasting foods that have hidden sugars. These include sandwiches, ready meal main courses and sauces.

 

Understand Glycemic Load

Learn about the glycemic load (GL) of the carbohydrate foods you currently eat. Basically you want to be eating foods with a low glycemic load. This means that as the food is broken down by your digestive system the sugars are released slowly.

 

Eating protein at every meal or snack will also help keep your blood sugar levels more stable and help counter food cravings.

 

Avoid Yeast

Given that you have a yeast infection it is hardly surprising that consuming yeast is not a good idea. That means no yeast raised breads, pizza, bread coated chicken or fish, wine, beer etc. Once again reading food labels is essential. And, if you take any nutritional supplements as part of your treatment for yeast infection make sure they are yeast free too.

 

And don’t worry, there are lots and lots of delicious tasting foods to eat on a Candida cleanse diet.

 

So, go ahead and take the first steps to a healthier you.

 

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4 Weight-Loss Strategies that Guarantee Results from Fitness Boot Camp


Chino Hills, Calif. (PRWEB) March 25, 2015

Fit Body Boot Camp guarantees its clients will see significant results. This type of claim can be rare in the fitness industry, with so many facilities merely offering access to gym equipment rather than healthy living accountability.

Here are four weight-loss secrets Fit Body Boot Camp uses to help its clients lose weight and experience life-changing outcomes. Implementing these tips can help anyone achieve their desired results.

1. Find the right program, gym, or fitness center.

Where and how people exercise will significantly affect their ability to lose weight. There is no one-size-fits-all fitness option and certain programs don’t offer the appropriate services. Many require the kind of personal attention and accountability that simply cannot be found within an ordinary gym. Individuals should look for fitness programs that provide a solution to their own specific needs.

2. No one can out-train a bad diet.

Deciding to exercise, regardless of any other changes, is always a great decision. But significant weight-loss results only come from changes in both diet and exercise. Find a program that incorporates a nutritional plan or look for programs that offer customized nutritional advice. Professional help can make all the difference when adopting a healthy diet.

3. There’s nothing wrong with getting help.

The most dramatic transformations are almost always the direct result of professional help and individualized attention. Personal trainers know exactly how to guide and direct clients to the results they want using the exercises they need. Trainers also help clients avoid injury by correcting improper technique and avoiding unsafe exercises.

4. Find someone to provide accountability.

Encouragement and accountability provided by friends or professionals will also keep people working hard and losing weight. Traditional gym memberships or solo attempts at full body transformations are easily thwarted without an outside force keeping people moving toward results. Group programs are a great option for those who enjoy to exercise with friends and professional trainers are great motivators during periods of discouragement or difficulty.

Fit Body Boot Camp employs each of these weight-loss techniques in order to ensure and guarantee client results. Try implementing these strategies or simply visit the nearest Fit Body Boot Camp to find them conveniently located all in one place.

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Fit Body Boot Camp is the world’s fastest growing and most popular indoor fitness boot camp franchise. Home of the Unstoppable Fitness Formula™, Fit Body Boot Camp workouts are designed to shed unwanted body fat in the shortest time possible and under the supervision of qualified personal trainers.

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North American Seminars introduces Pilates Rehab Integration Strategies, a new CA, NV, FL, NJ and IL state approved Continuing Education Course for PT,OT, COTA and PTA.


Franklin TN (PRWEB) October 31, 2014

This one day OT PT continuing Education Course course blends home study training from a professionally filmed and mastered DVD with online access with face to face interactive instruction and hands on lab sessions. The course has been carefully designed to maximize the learning experience by combining the self-paced online/DVD home study materials with a focused hands-on training session in the classroom.

Pilates is an effective treatment tool when properly integrated into a rehabilitation program. The proper integration of Pilates principles for orthopedic, neurologic, and geriatric populations will be presented during the online educational course and reinforced with a one day hands-on training session supported with lecture. Case study presentations with discussion of the supporting theories of Pilates exercises are integrated into the live and online materials. Expert HD video demonstrates, with narration, over 80 Pilates techniques and exercises and is delivered online and with a DVD. The live session reinforces these concepts and techniques and provides comprehensive lab sessions devoted to learning, properly executing, and cueing Pilates mat exercises. Small apparatus, including foam rolls, Swiss balls, and rings, will be used during lab exercises for modifications and advancements.

Supporting written material is provided for the online as well as live training sessions, and a DVD is provided for self-paced offline learning and reference. Specifically, participants will receive a comprehensive manual containing information on the evidence-based practice of Pilates in rehabilitation (including references to current research articles, types of exercises, effectiveness of Pilates, comparison of Pilates with other forms of exercises, and the use of Pilates in various patient populations) and a professionally filmed and mastered interactive DVD with online access.

This OT PT Pilates CME course will provide a deeper understanding of how to properly perform and instruct patients on Pilates techniques. This understanding forms the basis for integrating Pilates principles, fundamental and core stabilization exercises into your specific rehab programs and real life patient related functional activities. Upon completion of this course, the clinician will be able to immediately integrate their knowledge in the clinical setting to provide a Pilates-based treatment program to the orthopedic, neurologic, and/or geriatric patient for improved functional outcomes.

This Pilates Rehab Continuing Education Course will be presented at:

January 30, 2015-January 30, 2015 presented at UHS-Summerlin Hospital in Las Vegas, NV

Tuition: $ 399.00- 7 Live 10 Home Study    

March 20, 15-March 20, 2015 presented at San Ramon Regional Medical Center in San Ramon, CA Tuition: $ 399.00-7 Live 10 Home Study    

June 05, 2015-June 05, 2015 presented at Vital Rehabilitation in Chicago, IL Tuition: $ 399.00-8 Live 12 Home Study

October 02, 2015-October 02, 2015 presented at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center in Englewood, NJ Tuition: $ 399.00-7 Live 10 Home Study    

November 07, 2015-November 07, 2015 presented at Baptist Hospital of Miami in Miami, FL Tuition: $ 399.00-8 Live 12 Home Study    

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