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De-Stress With Probiotics

Stress is one of the most prominent health concerns that bother people of all age groups and from all parts of the world alike. The common reasons for developing stress and anxiety are sedentary lifestyles, busy schedules, lack of physical activity, bad diet. Left unchecked stress can debilitate the immune system, a primary cause of […]

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How to make Yogurt

Homemade Yogurt

Yogurt and Kefir and very important to the success of your anti Candida diet plan both in the short term and for keeping your gut health at its best in the long term. Both of the these probiotics work in three ways to restore and support your digestive system; by building up your immune system, […]

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Probiotic foods

Probiotic supplements

There is no getting around the fact that good quality probiotics are expensive and taking them regularly over the course of the diet can be prohibitively expensive for some. Fortunately, there are foods that contain high quality probiotics that when combined with the anti Candida diet plan are very effective at controlling a Candida overgrowth. […]

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How to make Coconut Kefir

Traditionally, Kefir is a dairy based drink made using fermentation cultures to produce a tasty yogurt-like drink. The texture can vary from a pourable to thick and spoon-able consistency depending upon the length of the fermentation. Kefir is well known for it numerous health benefits that can aid digestion and boost the immune system, making it […]

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How to make Kefir

A fermented milk drink, Kefir is a wonderful natural probiotic that goes a long way in restoring and maintaining a healthy gut flora. Any Candida treatment plan will benefit from a course of either commercial or home made Kefir, to not only treat the Candida infection but to also keep it at bay in the […]

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What are Probiotics?

The average person carries around half a kilo (1lb) of bacteria around with them in their body. Literally billions of bacteria happily call your digestive system home, and most of them actually help your body. Lactic acid bacteria (LAB) and bifidobacteria are the most common types of microbes used as probiotics. While this gut flora is in balance it supports the […]

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