Some recipes may also be vegan, vegetarian, raw, low sulfur, or candida approved.
Time to make: 10 minutes
To make the eggs: Bring water in a pot to a boil and carefully place eggs in for about 7 minutes. Remove from stove, drain water, and replace with ice cold water to keep from cooking further. Wait about a minute. Peel eggs and place them on plate. Careful not to split the egg during peeling because the middle is soft. Use a fork to slice eggs in halves, then quarters. Add salt, pepper, extra virgin olive oil, and fresh basil. You can also add fresh garlic but be careful of herxing.
To make the salad: Halve the avocado, remove the seed, dice the halfs into decent size chunks, and place in a mixing bowl. Peel the carrot, dice it, and add it to the bowl. Dice the tomato and add to the bowl. Add salt, pepper, the juice of 1 small lemon, extra virgin olive oil, and fresh oregano. Use your hands to gently turn over the ingredients in the bowl and add to the plate.
To make the sauerkraut: Place a decent amount of raw sauerkraut on the plate. Add a little salt, pepper, the remaining juice from the lemon halves, extra virgin olive oil, and fresh oregano.
Recipes for chronic Lyme and candida -- Gluten, dairy, and sugar free!
Part of healing from chronic Lyme disease -- or candida -- involves being conscious of one's diet. While there isn't much, if any, studies proving what the ideal diet for chronic Lyme is, the general consensus from Lyme physicians and boots on the ground is that a gluten free, dairy free, and sugar (processed) free diet works best.
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