No smoked fish in the anti-candida kitchen
Recently I heard someone smoked salmon for breakfast, which I think is a problem with smoked foods especially in the anti candida kitchen. It has something to do with the smoking process and the ingredients used. Someone said that regular smoked salmon can be pretty bad because there have been concerns about how farmed salmon were fed, so he prefers to eat organic salmon. But, I don’t agree with that.
Fish like fresh salmon, sardines, mackerel and tuna, or in short oily fish are extremely good, but I think smoked fish is another matter. Nitrates used for smoking are bad for you, especially if you have adrenal problems.
An inexpensive breakfast to consider is porridge, oatmeal, or shredded wheat. Make sure it’s the kind with no added salt or sugar, not the Shreddies that contain sugar. Maybe you even wanted to mix plain yoghurt after cooking the porridge or oatmeal. Then add some good oil, preferably cold pressed from a dark bottle.
Oils should always be stored in the dark, as oils in a clear bottle are more likely to be rancid or have more preservatives or have undergone more processing to extend shelf life and destroy acids essential fats. You can also store your opened olive oil in the refrigerator to prevent it from going rancid. Adding a vitamin E capsule to a large bottle may also help. I also add linseed (linseed), sesame, sunflower and pumpkin seeds ground in a normal coffee grinder.
You can even put a little oil in a boiled egg, which makes it very delicious and satisfying. The “good” oils won’t make you fat or contribute to cholesterol. This is part of the now totally debunked “low fat” food myth.