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No more yeast to promote a healthier digestive track!
If you have problems with common yeast infections, depression, anxiety, thrush, and cannot lose weight, keeping the yeast away might help. If you have been a person that has been on antibiotics for long periods of time, then your body may not have been able to stop some of your good yeast from turning into a fungus in your digestive system.
Adding more citrus foods into your diet can also help get rid of the yeast. The more acid the better. I take caprylic acid to kill off the living fungus and a probiotic to help the good bacteria. This is not something that will need to be forever, you can slowly reintroduce yeast when you are ready
White Bread is a refined carb that raises blood sugar and promotes yeast in the boby. Yeast loves to feed on Sugar. Rye and Pumpernickle breads help keep blood sugar from rising, slowing digestion, keeping you full and with less cravings. To prevent yeast infections and other medical problems stay away from white bread totally!
Yeast Infections and fungus...no Sugar or anything white
A yeast-like fungus called Candida albicans is responsible for many of the fungal infections affecting people with diabetes. Before becoming pre-diabetic I became allegic to penicillian and got a systemic yeast infection, toenail fungus and had 3 toenails removed. Yeast feeds on sugar.
Itching skin can be caused by yeast infection, dry skin or poor blood flow. Keep your blood glucose level within the range recommended by your doctor and don't eat sugar.
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