Do you have a bloated stomach? Do you feel gas gathering within your stomach? Are your muscles experiencing some pains especially in your joints? If you’re having these symptoms you might be suffering from a candida intestinal illness. The candida intestinal infection is having fungus in the walls of your intestine that can lead to your stomach getting an infection. Every person has candida in their stomach but it only becomes an issue when the body can’t stop from producing an excessive amount of it.
Yeast overgrowth is causing a candida intestinal infection and it fills the stomach’s intestine with fungus. The quickest way for someone to stop this kind of infection from occuring again is to follow a candida yeast diet.
The candida yeast diet is one of the ways in which most doctors suggest one addresses the excess yeast in the system. Some dietary procedures must be adhered to in order to control the growth of yeast.
The growth of candida may be linked to many factors such as the use of oral contraceptives, antacids, frequent or long-term use of antibiotics, anti-ulcer medications and steroids; it is also caused by high sugar diets, smoking, diabetes and even pregnancy. Some people have gotten an infection from a certain food intolerance and food allergies. These causes can produce excessive candida that may activate the immune system of the body which can lead to the hypersensitivity of the body to yeast.
The candida yeast diet is a excellent way to rid and stop future infections from happening. How do we do this? Well it’s simple and can be trimmed down to the word AVOID.
Here are some things that need to be eliminated when you are on a yeast intolerance diet. First avoid sugar. Sugar is the number one promoter of yeast. We must limit our carbohydrate intake everyday in order for us to lessen the sugary contents of the food that we eat. The intake of sugar must not exceed 60 grams per day and it’s also dependent on the age, health, activity level and the sensitivity of the individual who is on this diet. It’s a must to maintain a low-carbohydrate food intake while following this diet.
Another thing to avoid is food with yeast in it. The most common foods with yeast to avoid are breads, cheeses and fermented foods. Also one should stay clear of alcoholic beverages and fruit juices.
The length one must follow a candida yeast diet is totally dependent on the symptoms the patient has. The more serious the symptoms visible the longer the diet may be necessary in order to cleanse the system of harmful toxins. A good frame of reference for optimal results is anywhere between 4 to 8 weeks.
Also health is another concern. If a patient is not fit to diet because of health concerns, then this yeast diet may not be for them. For those who don’t easily respond to diet it may be necessary to consult your doctor and begin taking medicine along with diet in order to kill off the infection.
Best of luck and here’s to a healthier tomorrow!
Erik Parson is a yeast free diet guru whose has been changing people’s lives for years. For more information on a yeast intolerance diet and Erik’s comprehensive “Eliminate Yeast While Rejuvenating and Revitalizing My Life In 7 Days Or Less” FREE mini-course visit http://www.YeastFreeDietsMadeEasy.com