Can You Benefit From the Yeast-Free Diet?

Comments: 4 | January 7th, 2019

Can You Benefit From the Yeast-Free Diet?

Do you have Candida or yeast symptoms such as constipation, bloating, abdominal pain, heartburn, gas and indigestion? No one likes talking about these embarrassing symptoms, yet it turns out these gastrointestinal symptoms are very common.  You may be tempted to try over the counter medications for symptom relief, only to find that the symptoms keep coming back. Have you ever wondered if you could benefit from a yeast-free or Candida diet?

Make the Yeast Connection

Have you ever been prescribed antibiotics?
Have you ever been on birth control pills or steroid medications?
Do you crave sugar and simple carbohydrates, such as breads, cakes, and cookies?
Do you have recurrent yeast infections?
Do you have skin problems such as rashes, eczema, itching or hives?

These are some common problems caused by yeast overgrowth, or Candidiasis, and until you solve the underlying cause of your symptoms by eliminating the yeast, the symptoms won’t go away.  Also keep in mind that Candida symptoms are not limited to the gastrointestinal tract.

Take a look at the symptoms of candida sensitivity:

Bloating                          Headaches
Belching                         Fatigue
Excessive gas                Skin rashes
Cramps                           Immune suppression
Pain                                  Chemical sensitivity
Indigestion                     Vaginal yeast infections
Constipation                  Depression
Heartburn                       Anxiety
Diarrhea                          Inability to concentrate
Joint pain                        Muscle aches
Hives                                Thrush, a white coating on the tongue
Athlete’s foot                 Fungal infections under fingernails and toenails

Wouldn’t you like to know what is causing your symptoms so that you can get rid of them permanently?

What is Candida or Yeast Overgrowth?

Candida Albicans is a fungus which lives and overgrows in our intestines causing an imbalance in the normal bacteria of the colon so that we get less normal healthy bacteria, and more yeast. It produces 180 chemical toxins capable of causing the above symptoms.  As these yeast toxins are absorbed in the colon and enter the bloodstream, they can cause symptoms beyond these sites in other areas of your body, so the list of possible symptoms is endless.  Further, an individual with increased levels of yeast in his system often becomes allergic to yeast, and therefore, allergic to food products which contain yeast, such as wine, beer, breads, etc.

How Antibiotics Contribute to Candida

Whenever an individual takes antibiotics, those antibiotics are meant to kill abnormal bacteria in the infection.  Unfortunately, the antibiotics kill not only bad bacteria, but they also kill normal (good) bacteria that keep you healthy in other areas of the body.

Mainstream Medicine’s Approach to Yeast

Unfortunately, yeast overgrowth is a problem of which many mainstream physicians are completely unaware. Instead of addressing the underlying cause of their patients’ poor health, they treat the individual symptoms, usually with the familiar “anti-drugs: antibiotics, antihistamines, antidepressants, anti-inflammatories, antispasmodics, and so forth. Mainstream doctors typically prescribe heartburn or antacid medications such as Rolaids, and proton-pump inhibitors such as “The Purple Pill.”  These medications are commonly given with antibiotics, which wipe out the good bacteria in your gut and cause many more symptoms and disease.

It is not uncommon for doctors to give what we call one of the alphabet letter diagnoses such as include irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), or gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), to name a few.  This really means that the doctor does not know what is causing your symptoms.  These diagnoses only describe the symptom or set of symptoms you are having.  It’s time to look further to discover the underlying cause.

How You Can Get Rid of  Yeast

In order to get rid of yeast, it is essential that you starve the yeast, kill the yeast, and replace the normal bacteria in the colon, which is Lactobacillus Acidophilus.  At the Hotze Health & Wellness Center, we recommend a yeast-free, grain-free eating program that eliminates dietary sources of yeast and other fungi, vinegar and fermented products, sugar and carbohydrate-rich foods that provide nourishment to yeast.

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Written By: STEVEN F. HOTZE, M.D.

Steven F. Hotze, M.D., is the founder and CEO of the Hotze Health & Wellness Center, Hotze Vitamins and Physicians Preference Pharmacy International, LLC.


4 thoughts on “Can You Benefit From the Yeast-Free Diet?

  1. Veronica Bretz

    I met a lady at church who said she was able to help her fix GERD by using the candida diet book from your center. I was wanting more information about the diet and book. Thanks, Veronica Bretz


  2. Deb Pearl

    I have never heard of Candidasis before. That is crazy that it is a fungus that live in our intestines. That is scary that it can enter your blood stream too. That is good to know that you can get rid of it by starving the yeast! That doesn’t seem too hard!


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