What is Candida albicans and how to fight it

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Candida is one of the most common gastrointestinal infections and occurs after excessive proliferation of a fungus like a ferment, called Candida albicans. In reality, Candida albicans is a species of fungi multiply, migrate and release toxins, tormenting us with many unpleasant symptoms such as intestinal problems, allergies, dysfunctions hormonal skin disorders, joint pain and muscle sores, disorders emotional, etc., many of which are associated with other diseases and are often misdiagnosed.

People eat much sugar, which encourages fermentation, take antibiotics by ear (which represent a health threat), which reduce the number of friendly bacteria and creates more space in the intestines for pathogenic microbes that weaken their immune system so that it no longer has the strength to fight pathogens and, from earliest infancy, they are exposed to a serious imbalance of the intestinal flora, because of dusts that turns instantly into milk and they disrupt normal activity of the intestines.

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Firstly, people should avoid simple carbohydrates because this food category often include corn syrup, sugar, molasses, dried fruits, fruit juices, pretzels etc. which are not too good bacteria in the intestines. Corn and potatoes are also contraindicated vegetables to avoid bacterial growth.

A program of supplements can help correct imbalances in glucose tolerance, hormonal disturbances and level of histamine, contributing also to detoxify the body from pollutants. Another program referring to nutrients that are carefully calculated and developed by the nutritionist, vitamin C should be taken at levels tolerated by the intestine to help the body get rid of toxins.

In the battle with the dreaded Candida There are 5 strong opponent named for: wormwood, propolis, aloe vera, tea tree and grapefruit seed extract.

According to researchers, Bifidobacteria, or friendly bacteria as are also known, are designed to increase acidity by creating lactic acid and acetic acid and to prevent undesirable microorganisms that rivals those of where to settle. The main bacteria useful for intestinal flora are Lactobacillus acidophilus (which colonize the small intestine), Bifidobacterium bifidum (inhabit the intestine and vagina), Lactobacillus bulgaricus and Streptococcus thermophilus , which cause lactic acid as they pass through the intestines. Such bacteria contained in yogurt, which is why food is good, provided that there is no intolerance to dairy products.

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