Post Candida Treatment Beer Reintroduction

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    yeastybeasty
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    So I was trying to do some research on this subject, and it’s extremely difficult to find. I’ve found from a few different sources that American beers are required by law to filter out the yeast. Is it safe for someone who’s just completed a candida treatment??

    I’m afraid that this might be too good to be true:

    https://www.quora.com/After-fermentation-of-beer-what-happens-to-yeast

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    RobyRob
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    I would stay away from it. Not so much because of yeast, but because of other chemicals (alcohol, gluten etc.). I recommend you read the book The Art of Fermentation by Sandor Katz.

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    Banshee
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    It’s a good question. I love a good beer myself, but know it will be at least a couple of years before I can even think about it.

    Everyone is different. Some will be able to handle it, others won’t. I think it’s best to have patience, and if you do try to reintroduce it at some point, keep consumption moderate and opt for a good GF beer (which are fortunately becoming more available).

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