The bottom line, according to Naturopathic doctor, Douglas Amell, “Yeast feeds on certain foods, so you need to eliminate those foods from your diet in order to starve excess yeast in your body”.

The problem that many in the allopathic medical community have with Candida albicans is the belief that one disorder, the yeast infection, can produce so many seemingly unreachable symptoms.

Are you currently suffering from aches, pains, allergies or other health disorders that your doctor can not find an accurate diagnosis for?

I will endeavor to explain the possible causes for your aches and pains, it might sound a little far-fetched, but it has merit.

Once candida albicans turns to a fungus, it has the ability to adhere to the mucosal surface of the intestines, this creates a passageway that allows fungal toxins and toxins within the gastrointestinal tract to enter the blood stream.

The toxins produce free radicals that cause injury to living tissue, the body has to repair the tissue with a protein called fibrin, this plugs the surface so that the body has a chance to maintain function, the only problem is, this causes scar tissue, there lay the problem, as time goes on, the scare tissue causes inflammation, since the many disorders it creates.

As you can see this is so far removed from the original problem, that doctors do not get the connection.

Closely examine the list of potential symptoms below. It could be that some of these symptoms may be caused by an overgrowth of Candida albicans.

• Vaginitis
• Urinary Disorders
• Headaches
• Muscle Pain
• Fatigue
• Irritability
• Chronic Depression
Arthritis
• Digestive Disorders
• Memory Loss
• Menstrual Problems
Allergies
• Hyperactivity
• Impotence
• Learning Difficulties
• Respiratory Problems
• Sexual Dysfunction
• Short Attention Span

Foods laden with yeast already can promote an even more aggressive overgrowth as well as a faster fermentation process.

You also need to stay away from “moldy” foods

Obviously, I'm not talking about food that has been in your fridge for several months and is now growing its own mold cultures (although it's a good idea to stay away from that as well!).

No, what I'm talking about here are those foods like cheese. Yep, cheese. All cheese. No exceptions.
What other types of food fall into this category? Read the list below:

• Dried, smoked or pickled meats
• Cured bacon
• Mushrooms
• Peanuts
• Pistachios
• Soy sauce
• Miso
• Tamari
• Tempeh
Malt
• Herbs, pre-packaged
• Teas, pre-packaged
• Canned Tomatoes

For many people the only way to actually discover this and then treat the problem is through adjusting your diet. But, for some people, they do not link food or life style to their health problem and have no idea of ​​the cause.

Surprisingly, some medical experts claim that 85 percent of the adult population suffers from this problem! If that's true, that's absolutely astounding.

And if it is true, well, just consider how many of our general health complaints may be relieved through a yeast-free diet!