This Month: When the Diet Seems Impossible

Dear Yeast Connection,

I'm so discouraged. I know what I'm supposed to do with this diet, but I just can't seem to stick with it. I'm ready to give up on it but feel too bad. Help!

Seattle, Washington


While the diet is essential for success, you donÍt have to start there. Instead, try some other options that make the diet easier to follow. In The Yeast Connection and Women's Health, Dr. Crook recommends exploring prescription medications, nonprescription meds, vitamins, exercise, and clearing your environment to get relief from yeast-related symptoms. Look over other treatment options for even more ideas. We've found people have an easier time when they integrate these elements into their daily life before embarking on the Yeast Connection regimen.

The chart below shows how this sort of approach helps people just like you break out of that awful dead-end failure cycle. And don't miss Try This! and Connecting for even more great ideas, suggestions, and support.

Keep checking back! We're developing in-depth, step-by-step guides to help you address the diet with greater ease and success.

Carol Beck, M.S. is a health educator with over 25 years of experience helping people move through their stuck places, uncover their intuition, and build lives filled with health and creativity. She is the author of Full and Fulfilled (written with Nan Allison) and Nourishing Your Daughter.

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