What Foods Cause Yeast Infections?

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Yeast infections can be caused by the following foods which weaken our immune system over time: high sugar foods that feed the yeast, grains, wheat, oats, barley, corn, peanuts and sorghum. An alternative term for yeast infections is Candida.
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