Candida - Fungal Yeast

Candida Albicans is a microorganism known as a yeast. It is a natural inhabitant in the body and in small numbers, under normal circumstances, it can live harmoniously among the friendly intestinal bacteria.
  Candidiasis is a pathogenic yeast/fungal form and overgrowth of Candida Albicans.
  It is an opportunistic, parasitic, organism and it rapidly takes advantage of any weakness in our bodies. This condition occurs when the internal terrain of the body is disturbed through antibiotic use, birth control pills, steriod medications, environmental toxins, stress, and high acid diets (large amounts of meat, dairy, refined carbohydrates, alcohol, sugars, and improper food combining). Many babies are bottle fed and are not exposed to  the valuable, multi-strain, friendly bacteria (known as probiotics ) found abundantly in breast milk. These living, strain specific, beneficial bacteria have many unique benefits including a healthy and harmonious digestive tract. When the human body does not have a balance of friendly microorganisms, the body is vulnerable to this fungal/ yeast.
  The intestine and vagina are very susceptible to candidiasis. It can spread quickly to the blood stream and colonize in every organ throughout the body. This is known as a systemic fungal /yeast infection.

CAPABILITIES OF CANDIDIASIS
*    Candida can adjust to different environments giving it the ability to alter its genetic make-up and become resistant to antibiotics and other drugs.
*   Candida can shed its cell wall, become invisible to our immune system and hide for survival.
*   Candida can implant its DNA into our cells, using our internal communication system to produce
     cravings in our bodies for the foods it feeds on.
*   Candida grows ‘tail like’ structures or tentacles called rhizoids that can penetrate and damage the mucosa (the protective lining of the intestines), increasing intestinal permeability. This condition is known as Leaky Gut Syndrome and allows large food particles, chemicals, wastes, toxins, allergens, parasites, and yeast itself into the blood stream.

 

SYMPTOMS THAT MAY INDICATE A CANDIDA OVERGROWTH
Are you experiencing unpleasant symptoms? You may be suffering from a systemic fungal infection known as Candida Albicans. You may only experience a few of the symptoms listed below to be infected with this fungal/yeast.

Asthma
Arthritis
Anxiety
Acid reflux
Athlete's foot/ jock itch
Abdominal pain
Bloating
Bad breath body odor
Bruise easily
Brain fog
Burning with urination
Cold hands and feet
Constipation
Cramps and/or menstrual irregularities
Cough or recurring lung infection
Cravings, sugar, alcohol, carbohydrates
Diarrhea
Depression/ mood swings
Dizziness/ loss of balance
Dry mouth or throat
Drowsiness
Endometriosis
Ear infections
Eye strain, floaters, watery, itchy
Fatigue
Feeling drained
Food sensitivities
Fungus on skin
Gas
Headaches/ migraines
Insomnia
Impotence
Irritability
Indigestion
Inability to make decisions
Itching
Jitters
Joint pain/ inflammation
Keyed up
Laryngitis
Lack of coordination
Loss of sexual desire or feeling
Muscle weakness
Muscle aches
Mucus in stools
Nasal congestion, drip, itching
Nervousness
Numbness, burning or tingling in extremities
Poor memory/ inability to concentrate
Psoriasis
Pain or tightness in chest
Premenstrual tension
Rectal itching
Ringing in ears
Sinus problems
Shaky or irritable when meals are delayed
Swollen ankles
Spacey or unreal feeling
Shortness of breath
Sore throat
Vaginal yeast infections, burning or itching

 

 

 
 

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