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Yeast Intolerance
The following information will help you to avoid yeast in your
diet. If your symptoms have not improved after six weeks of
strict avoidance, you should reintroduce yeasts back into your
diet
Bread and cereal products containing yeast
These products contain a form of yeast known as baker’s yeast:
Most breads, rolls, croissants, Danish pastries, doughnuts, Chelsea buns, bath buns, some American muffins,
crumpets and muffins.
These products are usually yeast free but you should always check all ingredients labels, as this is not
always the case:
Soda or scofa bread, pitta bread, chapattis, naan bread, most crispbreads and crackers, rice cakes.
Alcohol
The following alcoholic drinks contain brewer’s yeast:
Beer, wine, cider.
Stock
Most stock cubes and gravies contain yeast. Vegetarian brands are available without yeast (check
labels). Bovril, Oxo, Marmite, Vegemite, and other brands of yeast extracts.
Vinegar and salad dressings
Pickles, mayonnaise, chutneys, and any food containing vinegar such as salad dressings, will contain yeast.
Fermented or ripe foods
There is a form of yeast that is naturally present on ripe fruit and vegetables and pre-cooked foods. Also
present in dried fruit, malt, buttermilk, sour cream, synthetic cream, yoghurt, over ripe fruit, tofu, ‘left-over’
food, ripe cheeses, sauerkraut, soy sauce, and miso. Anything that has been opened and stored for a long
period, e.g. jams may develop yeasts on the surface.
Vitamin-B tablets unless marked "yeast free".
Other sources of yeast (check all food ingredient labels carefully)
Quorn (mycoprotein), hydrolysed protein, hydrolysed vegetable protein or leavening (check labels).
Monosodium glutamate, sometimes citric acid.
Last update: October 2012
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