Yeast free rye bread – ok?

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    HumbleGeorge
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    First of all, to the whole https://www.thecandidadiet.com team, you are the best, thanks for everything!

    Now my question, I was wondering, is it ok to eat yeast free 100% rye bread during the strict diet?

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    Latka
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    Rye has gluten so not advisable. It tends to be hard to digest also for those with digestive problems.

    Try making your own bread using buckwheat flour, teff, coconut flour or oat bran. Check the recipe section for ideas.

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    HumbleGeorge
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    Thank you very much, I ate 2 slices today and yesterday, have I messed up my diet completely now? Do I have to start all over again?

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    Latka
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    What’s done is done , I don’t think you should worry about it now. Besides you could take it as a test amd just see if you get any reaction in the next 48 hours or so. We all make mistakes and we just have to learn from them.

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    Chris24
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    HumbleGeorge wrote: Thank you very much, I ate 2 slices today and yesterday, have I messed up my diet completely now? Do I have to start all over again?

    No, rye breads is one of the better breads with lower GI. Dont worry about it. Latka is right.

    Dont create a carb phobia. Diet is not there to cure candida, but to relieve it from feeding it too much.

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