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lymster
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Hey evryone:

Does anyone know if the following food are ok for the yeast free diet:

-tortilla chips (totally plain, not doritos, etc,etc)
- corn tortillas
- cottage cheese
- mozarella cheese
- chedar cheese
- cashews
- almonds
- peanuts

What kind of bread can we eat -where can I find it, I have bem to the natural, organic kind of stores around my area and after reading the labels of the bread everything has yeast-

Any input will be greatly appreciated;
lymster


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It is very individual. I tolerate corn chips and tortillas fine. Almonds are good. Mozarella is ok for me on ocassion. The other stuff on your list puts me right over the edge.

Ezekiel bread, in the freezer section, is fine for me. The yeast free tortillas of this are even better.


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lymster
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Thank you beachcomber!

Every thing was OK for me with the yeast -I did totally no sugars and few carbs- until I started my new combo of abx.

I am on Ketek, mepron-art, levaquin , bicillin LA and Nystatin. The only new drugs for me here are the Ketek and the bicillin LA; so I am thinking is probably the Ketek.

I still follow my diet but I have trush, my throat hurts. Last night I did the "dakins" (sp) treatment -bleach,water- mentioned by Dr. B; it's so gross and gave a huge headache. I really don't think it worked for me, any other suggestions for trush???

Thank you,
Lymster


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Lymster....until you get rid of the thrush, I'd suggest you stop the dairy products for sure! no cheese, cottage cheese, cheddar cheese.

You're getting a double whammy there because cheese has natural sugar from the milk products, and then the aged cheeses [like cheddar] have mold in them.

forget peanuts forever There's a component that has some kind of mold too. [can't remember exactly on that one] PLUS, peanuts are a nightshade and that causes PAIN in sensitive people.

Almonds are always OK and cashews in moderation.

Chips....basically a no-no, but if you eat only a few, it can be OK. I would say that's hard to do!! I've never been able to eat just one!

You won't get rid of the thrush until you get your diet under control. In the meantime, you could ask your LLMD to prescribe Mycelex lozenges.

ARe you taking Nystatin every day? And acidolphilus, of course? Make sure it's a good quality.

Right now, you may also need a script for Diflucan to get you over the yeast. If you have thrush, you have yeast all the way down.

Read the 5-step plan in this link....Very important! If you follow this plan for at least 3 weeks, you'll get things under control.

Candida elimination: http://flash.lymenet.org/ubb/Forum1/HTML/021412.html
Lyme symptoms list compared with yeast symptoms http://flash.lymenet.org/ubb/Forum1/HTML/021202.html

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