Sunday, 17 January 2016

Ultimate Healthy Fry Up Recipe to Beat Candida Albicans

I love fry ups on cold mornings, for lunch before a long walk or as a main meal. But fried eggs, bacon, sausage, beans and fried bread does not always bring to mind a healthy meal, especially if you have candida or thrush.

Healthy Fry Up
So here is my recipe for a healthy fry up, which is delicious and satisfying. It is also quick.

2 large organic eggs.
2 tablespoons of chopped tinned tomatoes.
1 to 2 quorn sausages or good quality pork sausages.
Half a leak chopped
A little garlic
1 to 2 tablespoons of precooked green lentils (I used Asda’s Good Balanced range of precooked lentils for convenience. They keep for a few weeks in the fridge once opened).
Chopped fresh parsley
A Pinch of cayenne pepper, paprika salt and pepper.
A little olive oil.

Heat the olive oil in a large frying pan. Gently fry the sausages until a little brown on all sides.
Add the chopped leaks and garlic and gently fry until soft.
Add the two eggs and cook, making sure the yolks remain soft.
In the corner of the frying pan, add the lentils and the chopped tinned tomatoes. Add the spices to the tomato/lentil mix and turn over with a slotted spoon until heated.
Once cooked, serve with a garnish of chopped parsley. Add more seasoning to taste.

This healthy fry up is delicious and kept me satisfied all afternoon during a long walk.

A Fry Up that is Good For You

Lentils in Tomatoes is Tastier and
Healthier than Baked Beans
The recipe is low carbohydrate so it won’t make you fat.
It is high in good sources of protein in the form of the eggs, sausages and lentils.
It contains antifungals in the form of the spices: turmeric, cayenne pepper and paprika. Candida don’t like leeks and garlic either.
It contains complex carbs and vitamins in the form of the tomatoes, leeks, parsley and lentils.
Higher in fibre than your average fry up in the form of tomatoes, lentils and leeks.

Healthy Fry Meal up Versus the Traditional Fry Up

Personally, I think the green lentils in chopped tinned tomatoes are tastier than tinned baked beans which contains lots of hidden sugars and is rather sickly.

Cut out the fried bread or toast from the fry up which will make you fat, as it is full of carbs. It also soaks up the saturated fat so you don’t realise how much fat you are actually consuming.

A little olive oil is better than frying the meal in lard or butter. Make it healthier by poaching the eggs instead of frying. You could also grill or fry fresh chopped tomatoes instead of using the tinned variety as I did.

Mushrooms are avoided as they are not good for candida.

Lots of saturated fat are also avoided.

This fry up alternative is healthy and will help you lose fat. Most importantly, it has little to offer that nasty candida that causes thrush and a spectrum of other horrible symptoms. It will stop the cravings and keep you satisfied for hours.