Candida Albicans can invade various parts of the body such as intestines, tongue, throat, bones, skin, central nervous system, brain, vagina, and many other parts of the body where it can penetrate.
What Causes Candidiasis Infection?
Candidiasis has many contributing factors that allow this systemic infection to take root. Overuse of antibiotics is the main contributing factor, diet also plays a major role in Candidiasis infection. Antibiotics destroy essential beneficial gut flora and in turn candida takes the strong hold and begins dominating the intestines.
What Feeds Candida and Candidiasis Infection?
Antibiotics + Sugar + Carbohydrates = Candidiasis
Sugar, Artificial Sweeteners, Honey or (anything sweet), Fruits, Bread, Alcohol, Yeast, French Fries, Starch, Flour, Grains, Vinegar (Unfiltered Apple Cider is an exception), Peanut, anything moldy or with potential for mold to grow on, Cheese, Canola Oil, etc..
What are the Common Symptoms of Candidiasis?
Candidiasis Infection can mimic the symptoms of many other illnesses, it is often called the mystery illness because it’s sometimes very difficult to diagnose and understand. Many of today’s doctors simply don’t know anything about this monster elephant in the room, and yet millions of people are infected and are suffering day after day not knowing what is wrong with them.
Oral Thrush, Depression, Fatigue, Headache, Fibromyalgia, Abdominal Pain, Jaw Pain, Weakness, Failure to Thrive, Short Term Memory Deficit, ADHD, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Irritability, Back Pain, Inability to Focus, Nutritional Deficiency, Low Sex Drive, etc.
How To Treat Candidiasis?
Elimination of Candidiasis is not an easy task, it requires changes in the diet and life style for extended periods of time but it is certainly possible to eliminate this opportunistic infection. For complete details on how you can eliminate this infection systematically, we recommend you to visit Linda Allen’s website: By Clicking HERE