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Note: Remember to assess all recommendations in the bibliographical references for their legality or illegality with SCD. The suggestions contained in the resources may or may not be foods or supplements that are permitted on SCD.

 

SELECTIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY

Brostoff, Jonathan. Food allergies and food intolerance. Rochester, Vt.: Healing Arts Press, 2000. 0892818751

Connolly, Pat. The candida albicans yeast-free cookbook. Los Angeles: Keats Publishing, 2000. 0658002929

Crook, William G. The yeast connection handbook. Jackson, Tenn.: Professional Books, 2000. 0933478240 (continually revised and updated)

Crook, William G. The yeast connection and the woman. Jackson, Tenn.: Professional Books, 1998. 0933478224 (continually revised and updated)

Martin, Jeanne. Complete candida yeast guidebook. Rev., 2nd ed. Roseville, Calif.: Pirma Health, 2000. 0761527400

Murray, Michael T. Chronic candidiasis. Three Rivers Press, 1997. 076150821x

Trowbridge, John P. The yeast syndrome. New York: Bantam, 1986. 0553277510

Williams, Xandria. Overcoming candida. New York : Element Books, 1998. 1862041725

Winderlin, Christine. Candida-related complex. Dallas : Taylor Publishing, 1996. 0878339353

 

For further information:

Candida Overgrowth basics

Causes and Symptoms of Candida Overgrowth

What's the cure?

Suggested phases for candida elimination version of SCD

Ranking lists of fruits and vegetables & anti-fungals

Die-off Symptoms

Links to resources and diagnostic laboratories

Further Reading


revised 6/2010