So you're considering the yeast-free diet? Good! Sometimes it takes a little extra heave-ho to really get you committed so we're here to help you understand not only what yeast is, but more importantly, how great you'll feel after you've gotten rid of it.

First things first, what is yeast?

Yeast is a fungus, a single-cell living organism, or pathogen, that is capable of causing infection and disease. Yeast cells feed on any form of sugar. The only way to kill yeast is to remove its food source and actively destroy the thriving cells. Restricting yeast in your diet only prevents more yeast from growing, but it does not eliminate the yeast cells that are already present.

The yeast-free diet is the only way to remove yeast from the gut so that you can restore your digestive health and subsequent immune system function.

When yeast overgrows in the colon, toxins are released into the body, which weakens your immune system, making it more reactive to allergy and infection. This leads to more infectinos, the need for more antibiotics, the killing of more good bacteria, and a further increase in yeast levels.

In order to get rid of yeast and restore balance in your gut, you must follow these three steps:

  1. Starve the yeast in your colon and force it into a dormant state by following a yeast-free eating program.
  2. Kill the yeast toxins with recommended prescriptions, Nystatin & Fluconazole, or supplements, such as Natural Yeast Cleanse, which is included in the Yeast-Free Starter Pak.
  3. Restore the colon with good bacteria, such as that found in Probiotic Blend.

Remember: Starve. Kill. Restore. These are the essential steps to ridding yeast in your colon.

Are you ready to stop feeling bad and start feeling like you again? Get started with us and hundreds of others for 30 days of yeast-free eating beginning Monday, January 11, 2016. Join the Yeast-Free with Me community TODAY and get ready to change your life with the foods you eat. Don't wait another day - register here.