We all have Candida yeast present in our bodies and it is thought that Candidasis, (a Candida overgrowth) is responsible for a growing number of general health complaints in a significant proportion of society. Candidasis is caused when a imbalance in the digestive tract allows the Candida yeast to quickly grow and cause symptoms. An imbalance can be caused by a course of antibiotics, an extended period of stress, or a diet high in sugar and carbohydrates.
Below you will find a breakdown on everything you need to know about Candida yeast, it’s causes and how you can cure it. For more in-depth information about beating Candida see the Anti Candida Diet Plan section.
What is Candida?
- What Is Candida Albicans?
- Learn about this micro organism that lives in all of us but is a source of misery to those who are unlucky enough suffer it’s destructive overgrowth.
- Causes of Candida
With our modern, stressful, medicated lifestyles it’s easier than you think to develop and Candida overgrowth.
- pH Balance
Regulating the alkalinity in your gut is an essential part to conquering Candida. Learn how you may be helping Candida thrive in your system and how you can stop it.
- Allergies and Candida
Leaky Gut Syndrome and Candida overgrowth expose you to allergies and food intolerances. Learn how you can reduce the symptoms and heal your body.
- Candida & Adrenal Fatigue
Adrenal fatigue gives Candida the foothold it needs to grow and become destructive. Learning how you can avoid fatigue and have a strong immune system is key to successfully curing Candida.
- Chlorine and Candida
Ingesting Chlorine unbalances the sensitive micro organism flora in you gut. Discover how you are probably consuming more than you think and how you can reduce your intake.
Do you have Candida?
- Candida symptoms
Do any of these sound familiar? Weight gain, food cravings, fatigue, gas, headaches, food allergies. Candida could be to blame.
- Candida Tests
Try these quick tests that can indicate a Candida overgrowth in you system.
- Candida Questionnaire
Try our quick and clear Candida Questionnaire. It’s free!
- Oral Thrush & Candida Oral thrush is linked to Candida overgrowth. Learn how to can get rid of oral thrush and stop it from coming back for good.