The link below is for my general dietary guidelines. Adjust the recommendations appropriately if you have any food
allergies, are a vegetarian or an athlete.
General Dietary Recommendation
Yeast-free diets are difficult to enact and to remain on long-term. Clients get discouraged eating such a restricted diet.
Yeast and fungus are living organisms. They want to survive and crave the foods that allows them to thrive and
reproduce. Yeast-free diets restricts such foods. However, the infected individual still finds the cravings hard to resist.
In many people, not being able to stick to a diet, will lead to feelings of guilt. There is no room for guilt in healing!
Knowing that these cravings exist, I have a created a modified yeast diet that reduces the amount of forbidden foods.
It is a first step I take with my clients, while I am working with them to eradicate the infection and balance their flora.
Getting rid of the underling yeast/fungal infection or gut dysbiosis, stops the cravings of such foods that feed the
infection. This diet is to be used in the short term, as a stepping stone to get the individual to a more suitable diet such
as Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride's the GAPS Diet or Gut and Psychology Syndrome Diet .