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bread, baker's yeast and the research controversy
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bread, baker's yeast and the research controversy

here's a site that confuses me a little:

Here's a peer reviewed paper that says s. cerevisiae is an important yeast in our battle against the not so nice yeast:

I have heard that a little yeast from bread is actually good for us to help our body adapt

I have heard that toasted bread kills the yeast

I hear that ALL GRAINS are the cause of ALL evil from a lot of sources. I can understand why the modified wheat grain with gluten is not so good for us BUT:

1.Can someone explain this yeast puzzle to me?

2. Can someone tell me if ALL grains really are ALL bad? if so why? what about ancient grains?

3. Is there ANY bread I can eat on the candida diet? what about some toasted 'Ezekiel Bread or something else...?

Thanks so much!!!!


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