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  1. Love this website... but am now looking for a good candida forum... is there a good one out there that someone can recomend? Perhaps we should branch off a new sub-cat for cadida right here because I love the folks here. Thx!!
  2. I use forums all over the internet...ALL OVER THE INTERNET... I am a member of about 10 to15 different forums... ranging from Saabs to Graphic Design. In all my posting, I have never come accross a board that checks each post and doesn't put them in the topic right away. What are you guys so worried about? Do you have to monitor everthing? This is not Russia you know and the cold war is over. If someone post something in the wrong area or not according to your guidlines, then take care of it later, why hinder the rest of us. There is no need to run your forum unlike anyother. PS it will be interesting to see if this post actually makes it online.
  3. Why do the posts not go up????
  4. Anyone know a good yeast free and glutton free bread? I did not feel better until I had eliminated all my allergy related foods, yeast being one of them. Most people with an allergy to gluten most certainly have other allergies. Check here for more into. http://www.yorkallergyusa.com/
  5. I did not feel better until I had eliminated all my allergy related foods, yeast being on of them. Most people with an allergy to gluten most certainly have other allergies. Check here for more info. http://www.yorkallergyusa.com/
  6. Anyone know a good yeast free and glutton free bread? I did not feel better until I had eliminated all my allergy related foods, yeast being one of them. Most people with an allergy to gluten most certainly have other allergies. Check here for more into. http://www.yorkallergyusa.com/
  7. Kaiti: What do you think of Culturelle?
  8. Sally: I highly recomend York Labs http://www.glutenfreeforum.com/index.php?showtopic=5810 I have used them as have so many others on this forum, including my mother and brother. Excellent easy test for many foods. Kaiti: What is the difference between probioticsa and enzymes? Do you have a fav? Why? Nini: Let me know how things progress. Also I have heard that you only need to leave sugar out for a month to "starve the yeast out". Makes sense to me, if the fungus lives off sugar then it must be taken out or destroyed. THANKS FOLKS! and remember Christ is King!
  9. Any one used Lac Three or Primal Defence in knocking out Candida? I have a been diagnosed yeast allergy as well as gluten. I'm going to start to eat less sugars (Candida Diet) in addition to the gluten-free diet. Any one else, suffer with Candida (yeast allergy) and can offer advice? Do Probiotics help or is the diet enough? - Also in info on the reliabilty of this test: http://www.yeasthelp.com/Saliva%20test.htm I do have a yeast allergy (York Labs +2) but thought this to be an interesting double witness. THANKS TO ALL!
  10. Thanks to all, anyone else? Comments, Questions?
  11. This from York Labs:
  12. Don't mean to get off the subject of Gluten, but I don't know where else to turn. Also I have noticed that many of you are eliminating yeast due to York lab results. I too have had very similar York lab results. My question to all those out there is thus: Yeast, it can be found in so many things... and so if brewer's and baker's yeast are a part of your elimination diet...does this rule out all alcoholic beverages? And how vigilant are you folks out there against all the forms of yeast. For example yeast can grow on the skin of fruit and also grow in your stomach. I have heard that garlic is a good source for killing bad internal yeast growth. Check out this page here and let me know what you folks think: http://www.candidadiet.com./ I don't want to go overboard. I am just looking for practical advice on food and drink.
  13. RE: York Everything you need to know about York can be found by visiting the links below. I highly recommend York, as do many others on the forum. Just do it and stop worrying about it. Often it is covered by your insurance, but you must pay up front on your own. No local Doc needed. An MD will be provided through York. http://www.yorkallergyusa.com/ http://www.allergy-testing.com/ PS please remember my previous post regarding yeast. I am eager to receive your replies on this subject.
  14. Welcome to the forum! I too have had very similar York lab results. My question to all those out there is thus: Yeast, it can be found in so many things... and so if brewer's and baker's yeast are on your list...does this eliminate all alcoholic beverages? And how vigilant are folks out there against all the forms of yeast. For example yeast can grow on the skin of fruit and also grow in your stomach. I have heard that garlic is a good source for killing bad internal yeast growth. Check out this page here and let me know what you folks think: http://www.candidadiet.com./
  15. I have a question: my brother just had a biopsy that showed no celiac's des. So...should he bother with York, EnteroLab, etc? Thanks!