We stock a variety of cake mixes and separate ingredients enabling you to bake with yeast free ingredients
You may find the yeast free products which you are looking for in these suggested categories but this selection has been made from the labels of the product and we do ask that you check the ingredients before consumption as recipes change from time to time.
If you have to avoid yeast then it would be so much better to concentrate on what you can eat rather than what you can't eat wouldn't it?
You may want to give up yeast for a variety of reasons. Some people are totally intolerant to yeast, if they eat it they get bad breath, sweet cravings, lethargy, flatulence, mood swings and stomach bloating for starters then there are the yeast infections like thrush and discharge or other embarrassing symptoms. OK, with all that lot of symptoms, lets see how we can best avoid yeast.
Yeast is not only present in the foods we eat but is found naturally in the digestive tract, so it is not just down to avoiding more yeasty foods. Combating a yeast problem is wider reaching and means reducing yeasty foods, plus avoiding milk product, sugary foods, caffeinated drinks and alcohol, processed foods and even sugary fruits and gluten. Here we give you a helping hand and flag the yeast free foods we have found.
As many basic wholefoods, drink and vegetables etc. are by nature yeast free we have not flagged all of these, but have restricted use of the ‘Yeast Free’ label to items which are traditionally made using yeast and so not available to those following the yeast free diet.
Remember that once you have selected YEAST FREE to narrow your search you will no longer see any other products other than those marked. This may not be a problem, but just to remind you that we only mark as YEAST FREE relevant products and so general groceries, meat, fish, nuts, toiletries etc. will not be labelled so please widen your search again to view these.