Your Yeast-Free With Me Guide to Success

Your Yeast-Free With Me Guide to Success

Here’s what you need to know to get started:

1. In addition to eating optimally for at least 30 days, we recommend that you detoxify your body from yeast overgrowth if you are experiencing any symptoms. It’s important to understand that this isn’t just about weight loss. This is about feeling your best. To learn more about yeast overgrowth, listen to this podcast on yeast by Dr. Hotze and read this article on how yeast overgrowth can affect your brain.

2. Next, you need to understand the food guidelines of the yeast-free eating program. Make sure you have a good grasp on basics in order to prepare and plan.

3. If you are interested in eliminating yeast overgrowth, you’ll need to add yeast cleansing supplements or medications to your regimen. Be sure to purchase the Yeast Free Starter Kit from Physicians Preference Vitamins.

4. Preparation is key!

Here are some tips to help you be successful:

-Clean out your refrigerator and pantry as best you can before you start the eating program. Make sure to clear out all leftover Christmas cookies too! (Reference the Dr. Hotze’s Optimal Eating Program Cookbook)

-Reference this yeast-free grocery list. Take it with you to the store and stock up on fresh vegetables, lean meats, nuts and seeds, beans, and organic eggs. (Reference the Dr. Hotze’s Optimal Eating Program Cookbook for all of the Yeast-Free Guidelines)

-Wash and cut up your vegetables as soon as you get home from shopping so you are more likely to snack on them or serve them at mealtime.

-Cook in bulk. Cook enough so you have leftovers for your lunch the next day or freeze leftovers to be used later in the week.

-Plan meals ahead of time each week so that you can prepare for them instead of cheating when you feel pressed for time

-Keep it simple: for example, breakfast: 2 scrambled eggs served with yeast-free salsa and black beans; lunch: grilled lemon pepper chicken served over green salad topped with pine nuts or sliced almonds, kidney beans or chick peas, and lemon juice/olive oil dressing; dinner: sautéed white fish served with steamed vegetables and side salad; snack: yeast-free hummus served with sliced bell pepper strips

-There is strength in numbers! Ask a friend of family member to do the yeast-free challenge with you. Having a buddy to encourage you and hold you accountable will help you to be successful, plus chances are they will benefit from the eating plan, as well!

-Keep your chin up. Don’t get discouraged if you happen to cheat. Simply forgive yourself and get back on track at the next meal.

-Be creative and make it fun! Check the Physicians Preference Vitamins blog for recipes, tips, suggestions and motivation.

Items that you’ll need:

More than anything, to successfully complete the Yeast-Free with Me challenge, you’ll need a positive attitude.

Remember, it’s not going to be easy…but it will be worth it.

Here are a few other things you’ll need:

Yeast-Free Starter Kit

Organic Coconut Oil


Dr. Hotze’s Optimal Eating Program Cookbook

Don’t forget what’s in it for you…

Since 2010, thousands of members have successfully completed the Yeast-Free With Me program with incredible, life-changing results. You’re going to deep-clean your body from the inside out, enabling your organs to function properly. You’re going to give your body the clean canvas it needs so that you can start over fresh. You’re going to lose a few pounds and gain a whole new perspective of eating that you can carry on for the rest of your life.

Here is a list of common conditions that may be improved by following the yeast-free eating program:

Skin Conditions
Acne, psoriasis, and eczema…to name a few.

Total Heart Health
High blood pressure, cholesterol and triglycerides may all be lowered…and naturally!

Chronic Fatigue
Are you tired of being tired? Perhaps your diet can change that!

Improve total energy levels, increase weight loss and improve overall brain function by simply changing the way you eat.

Gluten Intolerance
Do you show signs of gluten sensitivity? The yeast-free diet can improve these symptoms once and for all.

Depression and Mood Disorders
You owe it to yourself to feel good again. Stress, anxiety and depression are all symptoms to may be relieved by following the yeast-free diet.

Need Help?

Need help from a Certified Holistic Nutritionist and Vitamin Consultant? Feel free to call 281-646-1659 at any point along your journey. We are committed to getting you on the path of health and wellness…naturally.