is yeast okay

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Bjoern Oswald

25 Mar, 2016 07:25 PM


I was wondering if yeast is okay.

We use to flavor salats or others meals with it and since I couldn't find a
word about yeast neither on the homepage nor in the book maybe you can help
me out with this one.

I started the first week of the rosedale diet and am on day 5 now.
Today my girlfriend made a perfectly fine soup but added some yeast...
after eating it I though "oops... is yeast okay?"

Thanks for an answer
Björn Oswald

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Fiona on 05 Apr, 2016 07:46 AM

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    Dear Bjoern Oswald,
    Great question! I needed to look it up as I was not sure myself. It looks like the carbs minus the fiber = a really low 1gram net carb aka sugar per serving. Check out the link below to check other foods as well. I am not sure how much yeast you are using but a few serving seems like it would be just fine. Again, I am not used to using yeast, so I am basing my answer from the data link below.

    Would you mine if I make your question public and it is one others can learn from as well, your email will always remain private.

  2. 2 Posted by Bjoern Oswald on 05 Apr, 2016 08:17 AM

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    Dear Fiona,

    thanks for answering my question (I already started doubting that I'll get
    an answer ;-) ).

    I'd be glad if you'd share my question so that others can learn from it.

    Best regards

  3. Support Staff 3 Posted by Fiona on 05 Apr, 2016 08:19 AM

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    Thank you ;-) Sorry it sometimes takes a little time to respond.

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