Well, that seems to be the consensus outlook here, live without sugar and deal with it.
I get that eliminating sugar forever has made people feel better.
I dont resonate with that being the answer, as sugar (not white processed but sugar in general) is a very important part of functioning. More important than protein, more important than fat.
It seems illogical that we would have SO many receptors on our tongue for sugar, but that we shouldnt consume it.
I read last night that there is evidence that supports low carb diets being beneficial for feeling better, but that it actually changes and makes the overgrowth harder to get rid of because of the adaptation.
IE, get rid of what is making the yeast overgrow, not just get rid of the yeast.