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Why Yeast Consumption Is Bad For Us
Penicillin is one of the earliest discovered and widely used antibiotics, which is derived from the mold. Antibiotics are natural chemicals that are released by bacteria and fungi into their environment as a means of inhibiting other organisms – chemical warfare takes place on a microscopic level.
Many of the substances that yeast produce are also made to kill bacteria. If you continue to eat a diet high in yeast or foods that yeast have produced, you are taking in a low level of antibacterial substances (or antibiotics) all the time. Antibiotics kill bacteria. The problem is that they don't know the difference between good and bad bacteria.
Everyone has a certain amount of good bacteria and yeast in his/her intestines. When we consume antibiotics – whether in the form of prescription drugs or chemicals produced from our yeast rich diets – we are killing the good bacteria in our gut.
When this happens, a space has been provided for the yeast to grow. This creates an imbalance between the good bacteria and the yeast. If we continue to eat our yeast rich, high sugar diet, we provide just the food that the yeast needs to grow at rapid speed.
When the yeast grows, it takes up the space meant for the good bacteria. Then the imbalance gets worse instead of better. The good bacteria are not able to reestablish themselves.
The yeast will continue to grow and can eventually stretch the gut, which allows undigested food and toxins to leak out into the body. This condition is called "leaky gut syndrome" and brings a host of problems along with it (e.g., headaches, joint pain and swelling, etc.).
An individual who has excess amounts of yeasts in his/her system will produce alcohol-like substances that get into the blood stream and intoxicate the brain. As a result, brain function is compromised (e.g., brain fog, memory problems, lack of concentration, attention disorders, etc.).
An individual who is allergic to yeast can have many of the same problems that an alcoholic can have including an addiction to yeast-containing and high-sugar foods that feed the yeast.
For some people, simply eating vinegar (which is produced by yeast and fermentation) can be intoxicating if they are sensitive to yeast. They may feel as if they have had a glass of wine and can experience a "hangover" the next morning.
Alcoholics could actually be individuals with severe yeast sensitivities that are addicted to yeast. If the addiction can be stopped and the yeast rebalanced, an alcoholic may lose the need to drink and thus overcome the alcoholism.
More research is being done about yeast and other food allergies. And, more symptoms are being identified – symptoms that for years were attributed to other causes.
Eliminating yeast rich foods will improve your health and can lessen – or even eliminate – some or all of these diseases and conditions:
• Abdominal pain
• Aches and pains
• Arthritis and other autoimmune diseases
• Attention problems
• Bloating and gas
• Brain fog
• Chemical sensitivities
• Chronic vaginal yeast infections
• Crohn's disease and other abdominal difficulties
• Food allergies
• Hangover symptoms
• Memory & concentration problems
• Skin problems such as rashes, eczema and psoriasis
• Sugar craving
• Swollen joints
• Weight gain
More symptoms are being added all the time. The list seems to grow daily with the more research that is done.
Imagine your child's autistic symptoms diminishing, or not hurting all over when you get out of bed in the morning, or being able to think more clearly. How wonderful would it be to actually feel great after every meal? Sound too good to be true? Well, it isn't if you have the right tools and resources.