Here is a list of books that forum members or myself have read that were useful. I've included a brief description along with a link to Amazon.ca in case you are interested in learning more about them, reading reviews, checking prices or even purchasing them.
Please note: these prices are listed in Canadian dollars, so any American or most international users will have a less expensive price to consider.
CDN$ 28.50 (Paperback)
I think for anyone that is dealing with CRC, they should start here. It's the best source of information I have found, teaching you so much about the condition and possible irritants that can make you sick.
If you are struggling with the elimination part of the diet, this is a handy little book to have. I actually bought this book first. It was the book that helped me to make "the yeast connection" in my own life.
It has recipes, a symptoms checklist, and loads of information on possible triggers.
CDN$ 15.29 (Paperback)
This isn't a bad cookbook to have. It has an interesting "rainbow diet" that helps you to make sure you are eating all the foods you need (to get all the nutrients you need). It was just nice to have different recipes that didn't involve using flours and baking.
CDN$ 15.33 (Paperback)
This is a fantastic book if you want to learn every detail of the digestive process. It covers so many issues, talks about different GI disorders (though it leans more towards Crohn's, it still talks about Candidiasis often), and gives you a lot to think about. There is information I don't support fully in this book, mainly some of the risky things he promotes like unpasteurized milk, though I know people use it and swear by it. *shrug*
CDN$ 23.28 (Paperback)
This has been suggested to me by other's who love it. I have yet to read it myself.
CDN$ 15.85 (Hardcover)
This was an interesting read. It didn't help me with my Candida specifically, and I found it focussed on problems outside of what I am going through. It has a lot of "religious inspiration" throughout, which could either appeal to you or turn you off. It's not a book I use, but I enjoyed reading it. It certainly adds a whole new spin on things and gives you a lot of new ideas to explore.
CDN$ 15.50 (Paperback)
Again, not a book I have read, but one that I have heard about regularly.
Fallon sometimes takes hard hits for being a bit extreme in her theories (but what book doesn't take some extreme positions in this genre?). Having said that, she appeals to many who found her book useful.