Do You Suffer From Yeast-Related Health Issues?
Most of us rely on yeast-based products for our bread/baking needs but unfortunately, there is a price to pay for those who have an intolerance or are allergic to the biggest troublemaker fungi called candida.
One of the most common ways to prevent candida overgrowth is by adhering to the Anti-Candida Diet. It’s a stricter diet than simply going yeast-free.The main goal is the prevention of the Candida fungus from taking over your gut.
One of the major causes of candida overgrowth is prescribing to an unhealthy diet full of carbohydrates and sugars. Since yeast loves to feed off of sugar, a low-sugar diet will help eliminate their reproduction. Check out what foods you can and cannot eat.
Symptoms of Yeast Intolerance
Some common symptoms to look out for include mouth infections(thrush), skin irritations, discomfort in the female reproductive region, gas problems, and breathing difficulties. Try to find correlations between eating habits and physical anomalies.
If you suffer from any of these symptoms and suspect you might have a yeast intolerance, consult your doctor.
Yeast Intolerance and Antibiotics
If you take antibiotics, be cautious of any physicals symptoms occurring. Oftentimes, too much good bacteria responsible for keeping the yeast population in check get killed off in the crossfire. This creates the perfect environment for yeast to breed and wreak havoc.
Can You Go Back?
After abstaining from yeast for 12 weeks, some people are able to gradually add yeast back into their diet. But remember that no two people on the planet will respond exactly the same so take precaution.
It is important to understand that there is no credible scientific research that proves a yeast-free diet cures candida infection. But there are many anecdotal reports that it has helped with symptoms.
How Chebe Satisfies The Call For Yeast-Free
In addition to all Chebe mixes being gluten-free, they are all yeast-free as well. This means you can enjoy some of your favorite foods without worrying about any consequences!
“The best gluten-free pizza crust I have tried”
“This stuff seems too good to be true”
“Best substitute yet”
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