Gas and bloating is a pretty common issue for those suffering from Candida yeast overgrowth.  According to a recent poll it is the number one yeast related issue followed by recurring yeast infections, fatigue and joint / body aches.

A healthy balanced diet can go a long way toward reducing gas and bloating as well as other common symptoms associated with yeast overgrowth but a cleanse may be necessary to really get the yeast under control and get the body back in balance.

To reduce gas and bloating it is important to follow a yeast free Candida Diet to stop the yeast overgrowth and re-balance the natural systems within the body.  To do that simply eliminate sugar in any form (including fruits), all yeast, fermented products (vinegar and vinegar containing foods) and dairy.  Anti-fungal supplements are often used in addition to a yeast free diet to cleanse the body of excess yeast.  The typical cleanse lasts anywhere from three to six weeks although for some suffering with chronic symptoms a yeast free diet may take longer to show results.

The common symptoms of yeast overgrowth including gas and bloating don’t have to be a constant problem.  Instead of covering up the symptoms with medication try a natural cure for gas and bloating to help solve the problem and get back to healthy living.

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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.