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Foods that promote Candida overgrowth and lead to a leaky gut

3/11/2015 - Obviously, there's sugars. Most everyone who has studied Candida knows that any and all sugars feed yeast. On the other hand, all whole foods contain sugars, and every creature needs sugar to survive, including us. The trick is to eat the unrefined sugars in whole foods that have other nutrients bound...

Candida overgrowth - 12 things you absolutely need to avoid if you have it

9/8/2014 - Proper management of the digestive system could easily be one of the most important health practices one can do on a day-to-day basis in order to obtain good health. However, a severely compromised food supply and chemical filled world has made it very difficult to achieve that important goal. This...

Candida overgrowth triggers your child's chronic ear infections

7/21/2012 - Research documented by Bruce Semon, M.D., Ph.D. at the Wisconsin Institute of Nutrition demonstrates a strong link between Candidiasis (candida overgrowth) and chronic infections in the middle ear, mainly in children. Other studies on candida support this correlation and the deteriorating effects candidiasis...

Kill candida overgrowth with these nine powerful herbs

8/30/2011 - Whether you are battling full-blown candida overgrowth or simply want to prevent future infections from occurring, herbs are a powerful tool for naturally keeping candida at bay. Here`s a list of nine highly effective herbal remedies for candida: #1 Oregano Oil The phenols in oregano oil are highly...

Yeast and chronic inflammation

4/14/2011 - While reading Blinded by Science, an amazing book that you can download for free on the internet at http://www.blindedbyscience.co.uk/ until April 30, 2011, I realized that most of the work I've done for the past 30 years has been ignored by science. I beat my head against the brick wall of medical...

Candida Overgrowth may be affecting your health

11/29/2010 - Do you experience symptoms like chronic fatigue, digestive problems, or vaginal infections with no real explanation? You're not alone. Estimates now suggest that up to 25% of Americans may suffer from yeast related problems - both men and women. Candida overgrowth - also known as yeast infection...

Using probiotics to prevent or eliminate Candida

10/28/2009 - Probiotics are good for much more than simply enhancing intestinal health and improving digestion; they're also very effective at preventing candida albicans (as you'll see below). Here you'll find a healthy collection of explanations, supporting quotes and testimonials about the use of probiotics...

Fungal Overgrowth Leads to Candida, IBS, and Crohnís Disease

11/14/2007 - The incidence of people with bowel troubles is on the rise in the western world. Though the afflictions bear several names, it is my belief that all of them are fungus based. Various species of candida, most notably candida albicans, are at the root of these problems. How do they enter into your system?...

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