What to eat for yeast infection diet?

Protein & veggies. For chronic yeast overgrowth (intestinal candidiasis) the focus is usually on what not to eat- simple carbs & starches feed yeast, so one should avoid sugars. Most fruits & minimize grains (whole non-glutenous grains ok in moderation). Many say to avoid foods with yeast/fermented foods but not needed unless you are sensitive to these. Emphasize protein foods & veggies. See http://huff.To/15mbzao.
Cranberries. Real cranberries or real cranberries are great for yeast infections and UTI infections.

Related Questions

Can a yeast-free diet lead to a yeast infection?

No. Eating yeast free is not going to change the normal bacteria/yeast ratios on your skin or in your body in any appreciable way that it would actually lead to a yeast infection. Look for other causes of your yeast infection. Read more...

Please tell me how long it takes for to cure a yeast infection with the candida diet?

Years. If you have a real yeast infection, diet won't help (unless, maybe, you are diabetic and loose a bunch of weight). Candida diets went out with the yeast connection years ago. Don't waste your time. You probably don't have it anyway, if it doesn't involve your private parts and you are otherwise healthy. Read more...

Can diet pills cause yeast infection?

Not unless. they elevated your blood sugar. But, they won't help you lose weight either once you stop them ( if prescription) or at all ( if OTC). Learn to eat less and exercise more. Read more...

Test was negative for yeast infection, heavy like cottage cheese dr, has no answer have this since novemeber, can this be from diet?

You . You should treat with an over the counter yeast infection cream. It wont hurt either way. The test may have been wrong. If that does not work go back to your doctor and request an additional work up. Good luck. Read more...
Most . Most yeast infections cause a great deal of vaginal itching in addition to the heavy, cottage cheese-like discharge. If you're not having any symptoms aside from the discharge, this could simply be due to an alteration in the ph of your vagina (i.e., the acid-base balance) or a change in your blood hormone levels. While heavy vaginal discharges can be annoying, they may not represent a "disease state." now, if you're having lots of itching, it's worth treating your symptoms with an antifungal agent (e.g., gyne-lotrimin, monistat, etc.), whether or not the test was negative for yeast. I've attached a link that provides more information about vaginal discharges. I hope this helps! http://women.Webmd.Com/vaginal-discharge-whats-abnormal. Read more...