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I've been on the candida diet for a year now to clear my seborreic dermatitis and it says I can't eat peas or carrots. Can I eat them now?

Probably. It takes a long time to reduce candida levels but it sounds like you have been on a strict version of the candida diet. It seems reasonable to add peas and carrots back in; if symptoms worsen then reduce but it seems unlikely. Besides diet I hope you have been taking antifungal herbs & probiotics! See http://huff.to/15mbzAO. Read more...

Any best multivitamin brand which is good for seborrheic dermatitis and candida overgrowth??

None. There are no vitamins which will help with Seborrhic Dermatitis and candida infection. Both of these conditions need to me treated with anti fungal meds. Seborrhic Dermatitis with Shampoo and candida with Anti fungal meds locally or by mouth or for invasive disease IV. Read more...

Does the malassezia yeast and candida have any relation to seborrheic dermatitis?

Yes. Both are involved in seb derm. Especially candida is also involved in numerous other chronic digestive problems and neuropsychiatric symptoms such as depression ADHD anxiety foggy thinking etc. to learn more about candida Please visit us www.ehacstl.com . Read more...

I have candida with seborrheic dermatitis on scalp how mamy cfu in billion probiotics I should take and which one is best plz help thx. .

Wrong question. No probiotic will help this. Seborrheic dermatitis in not cured, but responds to a variety of treatments. Candida is a yeast NORMALLY present which may proliferate with certain conditions, notably exposure to antibiotics.Some treatments help seborrheic dermatitis and also inhibit yeasts such as candida.These include azoles orally or topically, selenium sulfide, zinc pyrethione.Cortisones are also. Read more...

Is taking fish oil supplements will reduce candida symptoms and seborrheic dermatitis??

Absolutely not. In fact, it is not at all certain that there is any benefit from fish oil for anything. In USA it has been abandoned as useless by the best-informed experts. It has also been noted to cause prostate cancer. It is true that it lowers triglycerides and raises HDL but it has not lowered the risk for strokes or heart attacks. No benefit has been demonstrated except to those who sell it. Read more...

Is taking multivitamin on candida with seborrheic dermatitis is ok plz recommend best one out there? And eating brown rice is ok while on candida?

Forget all this. People eating vegetables and fruits derive no benefit from multivitamins and are wasting money. Candida has nothing to do with vitamins. Brown rice is much better nutrition than white but neither is relevant to candida. "Candida" is not a toxin. It is a NORMAL yeast present in all of us. Yeast may proliferate after exposure to antibiotics or with diabetes. Whatever you believe about candida is wro. Read more...
Mutivitamins don't. address Candida, but probiotics do. Prebiotics and probiotics that can feed your microbiome is very good. Go to your health food store to get ones that can easily get to your small intestine, and you will need twice daily dosing between meals to help.A small amount of candida is normal, but not when it's creating a dysbiotic flora overtaking your gut.Make sure to be on a yeast free diet,no sugars! Read more...