You Suspect But You Are Not Sure Whether You Have It – Symptoms Of Candida!

What is actually Candida?

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Candida is yeast fungus. Small part of this fungus lives in our mouth and intestines and this is quite normal. Its task is to help digestion and absorption of nutrients, but if multiplies too much it passes trough the wall of the intestines and penetrates inside the bloodstream and releases toxic byproducts. This leads to various health conditions from digestive to even psychological. So if you notice any symptoms of Candida you should immediately start treating it.

Which are the main factors for excessive proliferation of Candida?

  • Consuming alcohol
  • Consuming large amounts of foods which contain carbohydrates and refined sugars
  • Consuming food rich with fermented substances (sauerkraut, pickles, kombucha)
  • Using oral contraceptives
  • High consumption of antibiotics
  • If you are often under stress

Which are the symptoms of high levels of Candida?

  • Heavy seasonal allergies or itchy ears
  • Flatulence, constipation or diarrhea
  • Strong desire for consumption of sugar and carbohydrates
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Yeast infections of the skin, nails and feet
  • Poor concentration
  • Eczema, psoriasis and rashes
  • Frequent changes in mood, anxiety or depression
  • Vaginal infections, urinary tract infections and vaginal itching

How to check if you have Candida?

If you have any kind of symptoms for Candida it is necessary to check your level of IgG, IgA and IgM antibody. These can be checked into laboratories.

Constipation test

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It is considered that this test is the most accurate for checking the level of Candida in the colon and stomach. The laboratory can determine the type of fungus, which is very important for effective treatment.

Urine test

This test detects the waste product of Candida known as D – Arabinitol. The increased level indicates the presence of infection Candida. This test determines whether there is Candida in the upper side of the stomach or in the small intestines.

How to treat Candida?

For effective treatment against Candida, the halting proliferation needs to be stopped and the presence of good bacteria should be increased because they are the ones which keep the Candida under control so it cannot longer penetrate into the bloodstream. The treatment for Candida requires a complete change in diet and consumption of food which is low in carbohydrates. You need to eliminate your intake of sweets and sugar because sugar is the one which feeds this infection. Also, you need to avoid all fermented foods. It is recommended that you should increase your consumption of plant foods, fresh fruit and vegetables and drink yoghurt in large quantities.

Also, you can take caprylic acid. This acid is derived from coconut oil and essentially creates a hole in the wall of Candida cells causing their death.

The oil from wild oregano is also very effective in the fight against Candida. It is important to note that the anti- fungal drugs and caprylic acid do not kill the good bacteria. When all the symptoms of Candida will disappear you must restore the good bacteria so, you need to consume probiotics. 25 to 100 billion good bacteria per unit probiotics.

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