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Yeast Starving diet

Category of Foods Do's Don'ts
Carbohydrates/Sugars Stevia, Ezekiel bread

Sugars,corn syrup, honey, dextrose, glucose, fructose, molasses, maple syrup, malt and sorbito, Breads, Noodles, White Rice,

Proteins Organic Meats, fish, eggs, Beans, Lentils Most Nuts Commercial Meats, Cashews, Peanuts, or Pistachio nuts, Scavanger Fish, Dairy products (except butter)smoked meats (sausages, hot dogs, corned beef)Tofu, tempeh, miso
Fruits Avacodos Most Fruits
Vegetables Most Vegetables are fine No Potatoes, Corn, Peas.. be prudent with Carrots and beets.
Fats Olive, Butter, Fat supplements Rancid oils, Canola
Beverages Water and Non high sugar vegetable juices Coffee, Tea, Soda, Milk products, Alcoholic beverages
Condiments and Miscellaneous  

Packaged and processed food, Leftovers (breeding ground for yeasts and molds) Edible fungi (mushrooms, morels, truffles)vinegar, horseradish, commercial tomato or barbecue sauce, pickled products, mustard, ketchup, sauerkraut, mince meat, mayonnaise, and salad dressings

Basically you avoid Sugar & Simple Carbohydrates, Fermented, Moldy & Yeast-Containing Foods, and Commercial meats which contain antibiotics, and any food with a high glycemic index

I would also avoid any unneccesary antibiotics.

As with all diets check with a competent health practioner before you start this diet.

A person typically stays on this diet for 6 weeks.