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A. Low Carb Books dealing with Candida and Carb-related Bowel disorders.

1. Dr. Atkins' New Diet Revolution (rev. 2001) by Dr. Robert C. Atkins .. Devotes a chapter to Candida illness as a possible cause for stalled weight loss.

2. Dr. Atkins Vita-Nutrient Solution (1998) by Dr. Robert C. Atkins .. Brief chapter on digestive health, recommended supplements.

3. Protein Power Lifeplan (2000) by Drs. Michael and Mary Dan Eades. Devote an extensive chapter to the Leaky Gut: Diet and Autoimmune Response, including Candida illness and IBS. Recommendations for low carb, and helpful nutritional supplements.

4. Neanderthin : Eat Like a Caveman to Achieve a Lean, Strong, Healthy Body (1999) by Ray V. Audette, Troy Gilchrist . Restoring digestive health with a non-processed, natural diet as our ancestors ate.

5. Thin for Good (2000) by Fred Pescatore, M.D. Chapter on weight loss stalls, with good overview of yeast problems and food allergies.

6. Dr. Atkins New Diet Cookbook (1995) by Robert C. Atkins M.D. and Fran Gare M.S. -- brief chapter on Candida, yeast-free menu plan and recipes

7. GO-Diet: The Goldberg-O'Mara Diet Plan (1999), by Jack Goldberg PhD, and Karen O'Mara D.O. This low-carb, moderate protein plan is based on correcting fatty acid imbalance, and incorporates live-culture yogurt and kefir to ensure healthy intestinal flora.



B. Non-Low Carb Books

1. "the Yeast Connection" (1986) by William G. Crook M.D. is the Gold Standard, and a pioneer in the study and treatment of Yeast-related illness in children and adults alike. Other books include "Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and the Yeast Connection" and "Detecting Your Hidden Allergies" and more

2. "the Yeast Connection Cookbook - A Guide to Better Nutrition and Better Health" (1989) by William G. Crook M.D. and Marjorie Hurt-Jones R.N. Yeast-, sugar- and dairy-free.

3. "the Complete Candida Yeast Guidebook - Everything You Need to Know About Prevention, Treatment & Diet" (1996) by Jeanne Marie Martin and Zoltan Rona M.D. Drugs, herbs and supplements for treating yeast-related illness. Extensive food lists, menus and recipes, many are low carb. Highly recommended.

4. "Candida-Related Complex : What Your Doctor Might Be Missing" (1996) by Christine Winderlin, Keith Sehnert .. Less extensive than the previous book, but good nonetheless. Includes drug and non-drug treatments, controlled- and low-carb diet plans, recipes and more.

5. "Breaking the Vicious Cycle - Intestinal Health Through Diet" (1997) by Elaine Gottschall B.A., M.Sc. details the Specific Carbohydrate Diet, which promotes bowel health with a grain-, sucrose- and lactose-free regimen. Includes reciipes, and shopping guide for Canada and US. Can be adapted for severe Candida control by eliminating sweet fruits and honey.

6. "the Allergy Self-Help CookBook" (1984) by Marjorie Hurt-Jones R.N. Several chapters on food allergies, health and nutrition, extensive food lists and descriptions of less-common vegetables, and grain alternatives, such as quinoa and amaranth. Most recipes are wheat, corn, yeast, sugar, dairy and egg-free.

7. "Fats That Heal / Fats That Kill" (1993) by Udo Erasmus PhD. Several chapters dealing with Candida yeast overgrowth, leaky gut, irritable and inflammatory bowel disease and the roles of essential fats and nutrition.

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