Salad with Red Lentil Dhal

What I Eat in a Day on Vegan Candida Diet, Video

Every day I get to spend about 1 hour and 45 minutes enjoying my delicious, filling and nutritious whole food plant-based Candida diet friendly meals. I consider myself so lucky to have discovered the secrets of truly healthy eating as every meal is pure pleasure with no regrets. I appreciate my lifestyle so much as I still remember when all things related to food and eating were not as easy and positive.

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My eating routine on a typical day


A glass of warm water with 1 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar


A glass of warm tap water mixed with a little bit of mineral water



A bowl of my Chocolaty Beet Porridge

Watch how to make it hereΒ on Nutriplanet Youtube channel

Energy: 319 kcal


A glass of warm tap water mixed with a little bit of mineral water



Parsnip-Chickpea Pancake with Chocolate Sauce

Chicory Root Coffee with Soymilk

Energy: 147 kcal


A glass of warm tap water mixed with a little bit of mineral water


Salad with Chickpea Dhal

Raw SaladΒ with Chickpea Dahl

Watch how to make it here on Nutriplanet Youtube channel

Energy: 385 kcal


A glass of warm tap water mixed with a little bit of mineral water


Muffins, Sweet Potato-Chocolate

Sweet Potato-Carob Muffin (with tutorial video)

Chicory Root Coffee with Soymilk

Energy: 137 kcal

6PM and 7:30PM

A glass of warm tap water + some mineral water


Buddha Bowl with Mung Bean Dahl

Enormous Buddha Bowl including:

  • Raw Romain lettuce, turnip, parsnip, avocado, red bell pepper and sauerkraut
  • Steamed broccoli, Brussels sprouts and kale
  • Mung bean dahl with red onion, purple carrots, potatoes and sweet potatoes

Energy: 429 kcal


Pudding, Chia-Carob

Chocolaty Pudding with Homemade Almond ButterΒ (video)

Energy: 321 kcal

Total energy: 1738 kcal
Protein: 70 grams
Calories from fat: 23%
Monounsaturated fats (from energy): about 10%
Polyunsaturated fats (from energy): about 7%
Saturated fats (from energy): 4%
Vitamins and minerals: all covered


  1. Kathleen Chandler

    I was reading your list of forbidden foods for a vegan candida diet and chickpeas was on the list of foods to avoid. However, one of your recipes aboves has chickpeas in it, which I thought was forbidden.

    • Nele Liivlaid

      Hi Kathleen,

      I didn’t eat chickpeas during the cleanse period which is over for me fortunately. I first did the cleanse and then started to re-introduce foods one by one. It’s very individual process and one doesn’t fit all — it greatly depends on how severe your infection is. Also, there are different opinions on whether legumes should be excluded or not — I chose to be on the safe side and only ate non-starchy veggies (+ one carrot a day starting from 2nd week), quinoa, millet, buckwheat, amaranth and oat bran for the first 6 weeks.

      Now I can eat starchy veggies, legumes, gluten-free oats — but not is excessive amounts. Even a bit of cashews, some fruits (grapefruit, oranges, kiwis, apples) and corn is OK by now.

      All the best!

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