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    theresa49638
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    Able900
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    theresa49638 wrote: Can we eat this link below

    http://www.chebe.com/Products/Dry-Mixes/Chebe-All-Purpose-Mix.aspx

    Hello, Theresa.

    The negative parts of the ingredients are cream of tartar, tapioca flour, and starch.
    All starches feed Candida, and so does tapioca flour.

    Cream of tartar is basically tartaric acid. Tartaric acid is a toxic metabolite of a yeast species; in research studies it’s shown to decrease in number after the use of antifungals. Common sense tells me that, considering the fact that an antifungal can destroy it, it might not be the thing to have a Candida diet.

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    theresa49638
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    Oh darn again, every time I think I found it, I didn’t. Thank you for looking at it for me.

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    kelandu
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    I use gluten free flour with no problems and the health food shop makes me soda bread and im fine with that . maybe its just me but i feel fine.

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    Lucylu
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    Theresa – you’re definitely better off sticking with the pure flours (oat bran flour, coconut flour, buckwheat flour) than trying to find a mix that work.

    Kelandu – I’d be pretty sure gluten free flour would have rice flour and the like in it so I’ll be avoiding that in stage 1. Are you completely sure of the ingredients your health food shop is using? Great if you are… I’d love someone to be making my bread for me!

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    raster
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    Gluten free is not the same as grain free, sugar free, etc. For instance there is gluten free wheat flour; despite this…it is not allowed.

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