Planning For The Yeast Free Diet

Planning for a yeast free diet is one of the most important things you can do to ensure a successful cleanse.  Lack of proper planning can lead to cheating on the diet, inadequate meal planning and even quitting too soon.

How To Avoid Cheating On The Yeast Free Diet

At about two weeks from the start of your diet start using up any food items that you know won’t be allowed for your upcoming cleanse.  This would include sugars and sweeteners, vinegar based products, yeast including foods made with yeast, dairy products, fermented foods, alcohol in any form, processed or boxed meals and fruit.

Start eliminating these items and don’t replace them as you do your shopping.  Focus on fresh food purchases like vegetables and meats (organic when possible) and stay away from prepackaged and processed or boxed foods.

Plan Your Meals In Advance

Planning out your meals in advance will help you shop for the right ingredients but also will give you a sense of control as you tackle yeast free eating.  Avoid running into a situation where you are hungry and have to think up what to cook.  Yeast free eating requires planning ahead.  Find a yeast free recipe cookbook or compile recipes from online to help get your meal plan together.

Stay Motivated On The Yeast Free Diet

Remember why you are doing this by focusing on the benefits of a healthier body with fewer aggravating symptoms.  Join a group either online or with some friends to help hold yourself accountable and make the challenge seem more like a team effort.  Communicate about your progress and celebrate any improvements you make.

By planning ahead you will set yourself up for the support you need to make the diet a success.

Blessings,

~Whitney

Written by Whitney Frazier
Whitney Frazier has spent more than 10 years helping thousands of people all over the world find better health with her deliciously simple recipes for use on the Candida Diet. She regularly posts articles, topics and recipes on yeast free living and personally answers questions on the Candida Diet Facebook Page.