Yeast free diet guidelines

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~ All types of sugar and sugar containing foods: eg.. sugar, sucrose, fructose, maltose, lactose, glycogen, glucose, mannitol, sorbitol, balactose, monosaccharides, polysaccharides, honey, molasses, maple syrup, maple sugar, date sugar, brown sugar, raw sugar and turbinado sugar. READ LABELS! - Yeast, bread and pastries - Alcoholic beverages ~ Malt products - Condiments and sauces: ketchup, worcestershire sauce, accent, MSG, steak, BBQ, chili and soy sauces, pickles, relishes, green olives and sauerkraut. - Vinegar containing food and sprouts - Processed and smoked meats - Dried and candied fruits - Coffee and Tea (decaffinated herbal teas are okay) - Mushrooms, morels and truffles - Cheese, milk, sour cream and buttermilk - Tofu ~ Yeasts - Packaged and processed foods - Peanuts and pistachios - Citric Acid - Melon may be tolerate if it is carefully washed before cutting - Canned, processed and fast food - almost all contain sugar, yeast and/or chemicals - B complex vitamins, selenium products UNLESS labelled yeast free and sugar free - Fresh fruit juice is preferable to frozen concentrated. However, unsweetned frozen fruit juices may be used in baking instead of sugar, honey, and chemical sweeteners.

Origin: Pamphlet on Yeast Free Diet, Guidelines and Recipes AND from the Yeast Free Living Book by Annette Annechild & Laura Johnson.

Shared by: Sharon Stevens, Feb/94.

Submitted By SHARON STEVENS On 01-15-95

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