Yeast Free Diet Explained

Why would we need a Yeast Free Diet? Well if we are yeast intolerant ,have an allergy to yeast or have a yeast (candida) infection we need a diet  that will inhibit the overgrowth of Candida yeast within our body. These are the three main reasons for following a yeast free diet (which is simply):horn of plenty fruits

Yeast is a fungus that feeds on sugar and naturally occurs within our body and when the yeast grows to a level in excess of what we need (or can tolerate) we experience one or more of the following symptoms: 

  • gas and bloating
  • mood changes
  • sugar cravings
  • ulcers in the mouth
  • coated tongue
  • headaches and itching

There are certain dietary restrictions which focus on getting the person affected back to optimal health and overall well being. Incorporating a  diet free of yeast would mean eliminating most confectionery foods like bread, biscuits, cake, cookies, pretzels as well as commercially manufactured gravies and sauces. Those liquids and foods to avoid as well include:

  • Vinegar and foods that contain vinegar such as mayonnaise, salad dressing and pickled items
  • Cider, wine, beer and alcohol
  • Fermented foods like sauerkraut
  • Moldy foods such as cheese, dried, smoked or pickled meats, soy sauce, canned tomatoes, cured bacon and mushrooms
  • Certain nuts like peanuts and pistachios
  • Sugar (especially processed sugar) these include but are not limited to chocolate, honey, maple syrup, soda, high fructose corn syrup as well asfruits high in sugar such as grapes, citrus fruits and dried fruits

After following the yeast free diet for a minimum of at least three to six weeks, a huge amount of yeast will die within your system. You will feel and look much healthier as your body slowly adjusts to this new diet.

What will happen as the toxins are flushed from your system will be a much greater amount of energy reserves, both short and long term.

However, during the initial first couple of weeks on the diet your body will be eliminating many yeast toxins into the intestinal and vaginal tracts and this may cause flu-like fatigue, weakness and irritability. These reactions will, however quickly dissipate.

In order to maintain good health over time and prevent yeast problems from reoccurring in the body, you should continue to avoid yeast, sugar and dairy products for the entire length of the diet.

About six weeks after you begin your yeast free diet you can gradually add small amounts of the restricted foods back into your diet (adding only one new food at a time). Pay close attention to your body as you introduce each food to see if that food causes any problems in your system. This way you will be aware if you should continue to avoid this particular food.

In the majority of cases, those who are yeast intolerant will learn how to limit the amount of yeast they eat. They will learn their body’s symptoms and know which foods they need to avoid for a certain period of time. Hopefully we have simply explained what a yeast free diet is.

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