Candidiasis: Don’t Let This Yeast Infection Wreck Your Health!
There’s a hidden battle that many people today don’t know they’re fighting – and it’s occurring right inside their body.
Fatigue and low energy. Depression and anxiety. Digestive issues, skin irritation, migraines, and headaches. Difficulty losing weight.
Do any of these sound familiar to you?
If they do, then watch out – you might be dealing with Candidiasis.
Unfortunately, there’s lot of misinformation is circulating on the Internet about Candida, which is why many people end up confused about their condition, or fail to treat it altogether.
In my Free E-book, Could a Candida Infection Be Sabotaging Your Health?: Why You Should Take This Yeast Problem Seriously, I will discuss important facts about Candida yeast infection, its symptoms and treatment options, and how you can avoid falling victim to it.
What Is Candida?
The truth is, everyone has Candida in their body.
This yeast-like fungus lives in your mucous membranes and, benignly, in your gut and intestinal tract. It thrives in warm, moist areas of your skin, such as your armpits, groin, and in women’s vagina (the folds of the vulva).
Candida is a normal part of your natural microflora. In fact, oral swabs in 40 to 75 percent of healthy adults will test positive for C. albicans, and up to 25 percent of women will be positive for C. albicans in their healthy vaginas without any sign of infection or overgrowth.
However, once there’s an overgrowth of candida in your body, then your risk of getting candidiasis increases – and this is when your health is put in jeopardy.
Read this free E-book, and you‘ll learn:
- The three common types of Candidiasis
- Candidiasis and vaginal yeast infection symptoms to watch out for
- Which groups of people are most susceptible to Candidiasis
Plus, learn why Candidiasis yeast infection should NOT be treated with antibiotics – and the best treatment action you can opt for instead.
The Link Between Leaky Gut Syndrome and Candidiasis
In the past, much of the focus on Candida has been on vaginal yeast infection and how to treat its symptoms. However, recent research has now focused on the gastrointestinal system and Candida’s ability to both colonize the gut benignly along with your normal microbiota, and how this can lead to inflammation that triggers gut diseases.
Irritable bowel syndrome, leaky gut, Crohn’s disease, and inflammatory bowel disease (IBS) – these have all been found to have a significant connection to yeast overgrowth.
In 1986, Dr. William G. Crook wrote a groundbreaking book that connected yeast infection to various physiological and autoimmune health conditions, as well as allergic symptoms associated with C. albicans overgrowth.
Yet conventional medicine only recently recognized this link – that a yeast infection can not only wreak havoc on the gut and trigger immune responses, but actually cause an allergy to C. albicans itself!
But that’s not all…
Alarming Yeast Infection Symptoms: Is Candidiasis Making You Fat?
There are many common health conditions that are actually connected to – and exacerbated by – Candida overgrowth in your gut, such as:
- Chronic fatigue
- Depression and/or anxiety
- Fibromyalgia and arthritis
- Atopic dermatitis
- Parkinson’s disease
- Cancer, and more
Here’s another alarming fact: if you have been exercising and following my healthy eating guidelines, yet still struggling with your weight, then chances are Candidiasis may be to blame. It’s actually quite possible that with some people, an inability to lose weight is their ONLY symptom of Candidiasis.
Good News: You CAN Treat or Prevent Candidiasis
The U.S. healthcare system now spends $2 to $4 billion a year on prescription and over- the-counter drugs to treat Candidiasis. Unfortunately, Candidiasis is becoming resistant to these medications, which makes them highly ineffective.
But did you know that there are natural and effective yeast infection treatment options you can turn to? Some of them may be even in your kitchen cabinet right now!
In this E-book, I’ll discuss:
- Essential oils and common spices that may help hinder Candida overgrowth
- How to do boric acid therapy for this health condition
- The “golden” food that can you can use for yeast infection treatment
- How reseeding your gut with probiotics helps prevent candida overgrowth
Plus, I’ve included seven important lifestyle changes that help keep candida, as well as other debilitating diseases, at bay.
I encourage you to read this FREE E-book if you or someone close to you is struggling with Candidiasis. It’s the first step toward recovering from or avoiding this condition.
Remember: your body is more than capable of fighting back, and winning, against Candida – as long as you give it the right tools.