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Candida And Sparkling Water?

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I've recently begun enjoying La Croix, which is gluten free, sodium and sugar free as well. No artificial sweeteners. Just nice bubbly water with flavors! It's fabulous. I called the company and there is no chance of chlorine in the water, so i'm wondering if anyone struggling with candida thinks there is any way it could feed yeast? (I know aluminum cans isn't optimal)

I've been on the candida diet since october with minimal cheating (and minimal results..) and am feeling desperate for some change.. At this point i don't know what to do about my health but i DO know i need some refreshing additions to my diet that are OK.

Any words of caution?

Thanks!

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I don't know alot about the candida so this suggestion may be off but:

Why not try plain sparkling water or club soda & add lemon or lime juice?

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I don't know alot about the candida so this suggestion may be off but:

Why not try plain sparkling water or club soda & add lemon or lime juice?

ehh.. i guess that's an option but i'm not really a fan of lemon in water, it makes me gag.. most club soda's i come across have nasty stuff in them i don't want to drink. this is just carbonated water! :-/

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