If yeast is killed during baking why yeast free breads, etc for anti-candida or are they wrong?
My daughter and I are on a anti-candida diet and as we've been researching what exactly this means the consensus is do not eat bread products or crackers with yeast. But I'm confused with the concept because if yeast is killed in the baking process how can it supposedly feed a yeast overgrowth in our bodies? Any thoughts on this or am I missing something?
Thanks - Laura