Low G.I. Diet

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    palwords
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    I’m wondering if anyone has tried using the low g.i. diet for treatment of candida. Would the levels associated with the foods apply to yeast/sugar connection also? I’ve been plagued on and off since childhood with rashes, excema, rosacea, yeast infections, etc. Decided to tackle it again. Tired of itching!

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    cyrila
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    Hi,

    I’ve been on the low GI diet since March, and I would recommend it to anyone. It’s great for overall health, and I plan to keep it as a lifestyle. However, even with eating low GI carbs, I have had recurrent yeast infections. So, in my experience, while great for general health, low GI foods don’t eradicate yeast infections.

    Good luck!

    #61983

    palwords
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    Thanks for you input. I’ve been doing pretty well so far. I took the yeast/spit test and it was lower than usual. I’ve been staying away from the major yeast causing foods, eating no processed foods.

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