Tag Archives: Leaky Gut Syndrome

Acidosis and Yeast Infections

An overly acidic human body is home to critical ailments and chronic pain. The more acid your body is, the more severe the potential illness is likely to be. A balanced Ph is the key to health. In 2009 a study found that 89% of Americans have an acidic Ph level, primarily due to dietary […]

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5 ways to boost your healthly bacteria

The moment you think of bacteria, a clear picture of creepy germs forms in your mind. However, several researches have confirmed the presence of more bacterial cells in your body than the human ones. On that note, death of so-called ‘healthy bacteria’ in the gut can affect your total wellness. Besides, friendly bacteria in your […]

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How sugar can effect Candida Biofilms

Candida Albicans is a form of yeast fungus that grows protective biofilms to ensure protective growth along the lines of the intestines. The adaptability of such fungus builds up in the body is quite strong considering their capability to survive in different pH levels posesa major hindrance to the strong treatment through medication. Hence it […]

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Benefits of Red Reishi

The Latin name for the Red Reishi mushroom is Ganoderma Lucidum and has been favored for centuries by oriental medicine for its powerful immune system enhancing properties. There are several health benefits that come from taking the mushroom but it is especially good in Candida treatments where Leaky Gut Syndrome is present, due in part to its adaptogenic properties. ‘Apaptogenic’ […]

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Immune Boosters

An integral part of the Anti Candida Diet Plan is the support and restoration of your immune system. A Candida overgrowth has a very damaging effect upon the immune system and it will be difficult to overcome Candidiasis with it in a weakened condition. The immune system is one of the first bodily systems that […]

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Allergies and Candida

Many food allergy suffers find it quite a surprise that their condition is possibly caused by a Candida Albicans overgrowth and can be overcome with focused changes to their lifestyle. The connection is not obvious but often the dairy and gluten allergies are Candida related. Once a Candida overgrowth has occurred in your digestive tract it cause […]

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