Vitalize your diet. Determining whether yeast is a devitalizing food or not.
One of the practical ways to “vitalize your diet” is not by consuming expensive super foods, but avoiding foods that making you weak and affects your good health. When it comes to health its always better and cost less to make things simple.
Instead of consuming super food, taking pills, supplements or other treatment its always better to focus on removing the cause of the problem.
When it comes to yeast, very often is a food intolerance, or allergy. A lot of prepared foods today contains it (is used to make alcohol, bread, vinegar, sweets, pitsa etc ) but if we want to eliminate it from our diet in case is bad for our health it will not be a sacrifice. There are plenty of alternatives and is always good to limit alcohol.
In order to determine whether a food is a devitalizing or not an elimination diet could be the most effective dietary experiment we can try.
The first thing we do is avoiding all food that contains yeast for 2 weeks. If it is a food intolerance you will notice positive health improvements during the 2 weeks period and return of the symptoms when we start eating again.
A food intolerance generally has less severe symptoms than an allergy.
Symptoms of Yeast Intolerance
Lack of energy
Feeling “foggy” not clear thinking
Food-yeast may survive the trip through your stomach and duodenum. But then, your digestive system might not produce enough enzymes to break down the walls of the yeast cells. Then wall fragments can be absorbed through the intestinal walls and set up allergy reactions in the body.
While yeast can produce a host of valuable nutrients, it can as well consume nutrients in your body and excrete up to 179 different toxins.
If you already have candida overgrowth in your body, then the problem is increased because some of the candida toxins can cross react with food-yeast.
In the end, I think, the simplest approach is: “If you feel better without it— avoid it.”
Article by Nick Nikolis