Traveling to Disneyland With Candida

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If you have Candida Albicans, a yeast overgrowth that can wreak havoc on your health and impact your lifestyle, you know how difficult it can be to travel. You would expect that following a strict Candida Diet while vacationing at an amusement park would be the most difficult place to be, and you would be mostly right. It turns out that Disneyland is quite accommodating to people with allergies or other health-related dietary requirements, but Candida control requires such a strict diet that it is not easy to follow while at the park.

Because many people follow a gluten-free and dairy-free diet (GFCF) as a result of autism, Crohn’s Disease, Irritable Bowel Disease or a host of other reasons, Disneyland offers gluten-free and dairy-free options. For instance, in Tomorrowland, you can get gluten-free pizza with soy cheese. If you go to a Character Breakfast or Dinner, there will be gluten-free and dairy-free options. However, finding food at the park without yeast, vinegar, fruit, sugar and grains as well as being gluten-free and dairy-free is quite another story.

If you are pushing a stroller or have another way to easily carry it, it is a good idea to bring your own water. You can also buy water, but, like most things at Disneyland, it is not cheap.

If your Candida Albicans is under control before you go on vacation, you don’t stray at every meal from the Candida control diet and you take the good supplements for your gut, like psyllium, digestive enzymes and probiotics, you will have a much easier time of getting a handle on your health once you get home. You will most likely have some recovery time where you follow the Candida Diet to the letter, but it will be much easier if you did not cheat constantly.

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