Candida Supplements Chart

© Copyright Bee Wilder March 23, 2015

For the correct kinds of supplements see iHerb – Products Bee Recommends. For more details see Candida Supplements – Description & Doses.

Important Notes:

  1. You are advised NOT to take supplement Nos. 1-6 below one day each month to allow time for your body to adjust or re-balance nutrient levels.
  2. Take all supplements with meals that contain protein from meats and eggs and natural fats recommended by Bee, since all nutrients work together. 
  3. Do not take more than 500 mg of calcium at any one time, since the body cannot process more than that amount.
  4. Be sure to split up vitamin C doses between 3 meals per day. It is easier to take Vitamin C tablets or capsules instead of ascorbic acid crystals or powder mixed into water since it tends to be hard on the stomach; also rinse your mouth afterward because it can be hard on the teeth.



Doses Per Day

1. Calcium

Calcium citrate or Calcium Made from Eggshells

300 mg calcium twice a day; when healed take 300-350 mg per day.

2. Magnesium

Magnesium citrate

300 mg twice a day; when healed take 350-450 mg per day.

3. Vitamins A, D, and Omega 3 Fatty Acid

Cod liver oil liquid or capsules for Omega 3 (EPA plus DHA) & vitamins A & D

Dose varies according to the brand see
Cod Liver Oil Products/Brands with Nutrient Levels
Vitamin A: 20,000 – 30,000 IU
Vitamin D: 800 – 1,200 IU
Omega 3 (EPA plus DHA): 2,000 – 3,000 mg. When healed take the same amount.

4. Vitamin B Complex OR Nutritional Yeast “Flakes” plus Niacin (B3) and Thiamine (B1) See more about Niacin below.

Balanced 50 mg tablets/capsules OR Nutritional Yeast “Flakes,” i.e. Red Star, Frontier, KAL, etc., plus Niacin (B3) if the product contains niacinamide, and Thiamine (B1)

These amounts are taken twice a day: Take 50 mg of Vitamin B Complex OR 1 heaping tablespoon of Nutritional Yeast “Flakes mixed into water or liquid foods, along with 50 mg Niacin (B3), if needed, and 100 mg Thiamine (B1); when healed take the same amounts.

5. Vitamin C

Vitamin C tablets or capsules and/or ascorbic acid powder or crystals taken in water with meals. Extra vitamin C tablets or capsules can be taken for short periods of time to treat constipation or to help alleviate other kinds of symptoms.

4,000 mg total, taken in divided doses; start with small amounts and slowly increase them to avoid getting loose stools; when healed take 2,000–4,000 mg per day.

6. Vitamin E

Non-synthetic mixture (the letter “D” or “d” in front of the different types)

200 IU twice a day, or 400 IU once a day, however if you are already taking 800 IU per day, do not decrease that amount; if you are taking more vitamin E lower it to 800 IU. When healed take the same amount.

Trace Minerals & Sodium plus Chloride

A "good" ocean sea salt, i.e. Celtic brand available at that contains over 84 minerals — Light Grey Celtic Brand Ocean Sea Salt is available at iHerb.

1.5 teaspoon of large grey crystals or 1 teaspoon of fine grade (ground) spread throughout the day; 1 teaspoon of large gray crystals or 3/4 teaspoon of fine grade is needed after a person is healed

Coconut Oil, Unrefined

virgin or extra virgin, unrefined, undeodorized, unbleached, non-hydrogenated and expeller- or cold- pressed.

5.5 tablespoons per day (therapeutic dose), start with small amounts in divided doses to minimize healing reactions; when healed take 3.5 tablespoons (maintenance dose per day)

Butter Oil

Butter Oil isn’t necessary, but it can be helpful.

Butter oil: Adults, 1/2 teaspoon per day with a meal.

Digestive Supplement, if needed.

Betaine hydrochloric acid with or without pepsin.

See How to Take Hydrochloric Acid Supplements; it may not be needed after digestion is healed, except when stressed. Also see Stomach Acid Problems

Niacin (B3) – If the Vitamin B Complex contains niacinamide or a non-flushing kind, you need to buy a separate Niacin (B3) supplement. "True" niacin (B3) causes a flush, including itching and redness, which lasts up to an hour, but it is nothing to be concerned about—see Niacin for more information on what to expect.
Do not buy non-flushing niacin. Niacin is available in 50 mg, 100 mg and 500 mg tablets, so be careful which one you buy -it should be 50 mg, or cut 100 mg in half. Some people need to start with 25 mg or less and slowly increase it so their flush isn’t too severe.