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Yeast Free Diet and Fruit

Friday, June 17, 2011



Gradually, I am eating more fruits and vegetables as I journey towards a healthy lifestyle. Earlier today, I found this tip from "JUSTAPINCH" 6/17/2011 in Weight Loss Tips on a Yeast Free Diet and I wonder if I anyone else has heard of this and are having any success?

The diet requires the elimination of all types of sugar, including fruits and processed carbohydrates from the diet. Sounds hard to stick too.


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Submitted by JUSTAPINCH 6/17/2011 in Weight Loss Tips

Cut out all Sugar
A Yeast Free Diet is where you are trying to starve all the yeast that is wreaking havoc in your system. To do that you have to remove all foods that yeast feeds on. Sugar, Processed foods, Dairy, Wheat, yeast (duh), even Fruit. I've been doing it for 15 days and the pounds are dropping off... Plus, as an added bonus. I am sleeping more soundly than I have in YEARS!

I've recently added a daily probiotic, and found that it also helps tremendously when I do take in something sweet.


Does any one else have any advice or comments regarding the Yeast Free Diet?

Love,
Vera
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  • SIMPLE_TAILOR
    I would bet that this has to be a sprint/short term diet. I can't imagine that this is healthy for you for any great length of time.
    2692 days ago
  • CYNCERELY4ME
    WOW! I HAVE NEVER HEARD THIS. I ASSUME THAT FRUITS AND WHOLE WHEAT IS GOOD FOR U. emoticon
    2699 days ago
  • 1COUNTRY_GAL
    I have not hear of this,it makes sense to me though.I have heard about getting a probiotic keep your tummy working well. emoticon for sharing this.I would like to look into this further. emoticon Diana
    2713 days ago
  • MSCAROL3
    i eat fruit when i have a taste for sweets.
    2713 days ago
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