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Different strains: Brewer's yeast and baker's yeast are different strains of yeast, from the same species of yeast. To use the dry bread yeast commonly sold in grocery stores, it takes a bit of work, but can be rewarding. First, mix it into flour, water, and a little salt. Knead it and leave it to rise. Afterwards, bake it in an oven until done. The result is scrumptious homemade bread, full of weight-gaining carbs! ...Read more
Periodic pain every minute to minute 1/2 in stomach area about 5 inches above the naval. Ate some late night snacks including ate some late night snacks including bread and milk just a while after having a beer.
Impossible to say: What is causing it just from that description. A beer is unlikely to cause gastritis, and most pain from either gastritis or ulcers gets better with food. There are hundreds of possible explanations, including pancreatitis, but nobody can make a diagnosis without a full history, examination and probably laboratory tests. See your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tomorrow is friend's wedding. Can i have a few beers while being treated for thrush? Beer contains yeast, but so does bread. So idk if its fine or not
No problem: First, the kinds of yeast that cause human yeast infections ("thrush") are entirely different than those found in beer, bread, and other foods. Food and beer yeasts don't infect people. Second, yeast infections are uncommon in healthy males. Are you sure that's what you have? Oral thrush isn't the same as white coated tongue, for example. Anyway, no worries about beer, just don't drink to excess. ...Read more
I hv severe GERD. Can a beer, some olives and garlic bread with empty stomac cause smkind of strange feeling, sudden BP raise and heart rate raise?
All relatively low : I assume you're trying to decrease the risk of gout attacks. All beers are relatively low. Look here: http://www.Acumedico.Com/purine.Htm. If gout is the issue it's more important to reduce sugar and especially high fructose corn syrup intake. Gout comes from an inefficient or impaired liver. All alcohol impairs liver function, as do many medications. The best approach is a low carb diet. ...Read more