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Recipe: Super Tasty Anti-inflammatory Anti-Candida Immune-boosting Dip

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After fully enjoying all the tastiness of multiple holiday parties over Christmas and New Years (no guilt or deprivation here!), needless to say my digestion has been a little off. More sugar than usual, and less fresh, whole and fermented foods have led to a bit of trouble with gas and constipation. I also started to feel a little bit of Candida symptoms today.

My clean eating dip recipe

I decided to whip up a tasty nutritious dip that would shut that right down, plus help boost my immune system and heal any inflammation that sugary holiday treats have left behind.

Real Food Recipe: Super Tasty Anti-inflammatory Anti-Candida Immune-boosting Dip

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Yield: Enough for 2 people for a snack. Multiply the amounts if you're making for a party.

Real Food Recipe: Super Tasty Anti-inflammatory Anti-Candida Immune-boosting Dip

A tasty snack or party dip that is just as healthy as the veggies you'll be eating it with. Treat this dip like a prescription to give your immune system a boost, bring down inflammation and stop Candida symptoms. Also delicious as a burger patty topping, sauce for baked chicken, or as a dip with sweet potato fries.


  • 3-4 cloves raw organic garlic
  • 1 tbsp red palm oil
  • 2 drops oregano essential oil
  • 6 squirts Frank's red hot sauce
  • 1 tsp good whole grain dijon mustard
  • 4 tbsp raw organic grass fed sour cream, or use organic plain greek yogurt
  • 1 tbsp raw organic grass fed kefir
  • 1/2 tsp ground turmeric
  • 1/4 tsp cayenne pepper
  • Generous sprinkle of pink Himalayan salt


  1. Smush, peel and chop the garlic cloves as finely as you can. Leave them to sit for a few minutes while you prepare the other ingredients.
  2. Pile everything else into a medium sized bowl.
  3. Add the garlic, and mix well. Scoop it all into a clean bowl to serve. That's it!


Kitchen tip: Chopping the garlic and then leaving it to sit for a few minutes allows the active ingredient, allicin, to increase by 8-10 times. This helps the garlic give you an even stronger immune and anti-Candida boost.

Nutrition tip: Use this anti-inflammatory dip to alleviate symptoms of headaches, hangover, joint and muscle pain, indigestion, cold and flu, or Candida.

Recipe tips: If you're not into spice, exclude the Frank's Red Hot. However, you should try to include the cayenne pepper as its medicinal ingredient (capsaicin) activates the medicinal ingredient in turmeric (curcumin) for stronger anti-inflammatory effectiveness. Try adding in other tasty whole-food ingredients such as fresh herbs, lemon juice or hemp seeds for a different flavour.

If you’re wondering where to find good primal-approved dairy products, see my post on where to find raw organic grass fed sour cream, or raw organic grass fed kefir.

 This recipe contains lots of awesome active real food ingredients which should help with symptoms like headaches, joint pain, acne, digestion problems, tooth decay, and cold/flu viruses. It does this by providing natural anti-inflammatory and immune-boosting compounds as well as probiotics, good fats and minerals. Oregano oil itself has over 32 anti-inflammatory compounds in it! ** Make sure you only buy therapeutic-grade essential oils, as the ones you buy at the health food store are only for smell are not safe to consume. However therapeutic-grade ones are potent medicines for the body.

Treat it like a prescription and eat every last tasty drop! You’ll be scraping out the bowl with your fingers, trust me!

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2 thoughts on “Recipe: Super Tasty Anti-inflammatory Anti-Candida Immune-boosting Dip

    • Same! It’s so powerful. I don’t really like the taste by itself, but good when combined with other stuff in curries / dips / sauces…or I take it in a capsule.

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