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Candida and Bloating

Posted in Candida on September 27th, 2006

Candida is a condition of the digestive tract that can result in many common digestive symptoms. Bloating usually isn’t considered as a major symptom when you’re dealing with more urgent things like diarrhea, fatigue, thrush, cramps and fatigue, but bloating is a well-known symptom of Candida.

Candida’s natural job inside the human body is to help in digestion. It helps to ferment food and in the process, it naturally produces carbon dioxide, which causes flatulence. But those that believe that Candida can grow out of control, even inside those with healthy immune systems (something modern medical science strongly believes is impossible) believe that with large amounts of Candida, come large amounts of carbon dioxide. This carbon dioxide, in turn, causes severe and sometimes painful bloating.

Candida goes on to irritate the lining of your stomach and intestines so that you aren’t able to properly absorb the nutrients in your food, leading to battles of constipation or diarrhoea. Candida is believed to be the number one cause of IBS or irritable bowel syndrome. What makes Candida so controversial is that as it spreads, it’s believed that the Candida spreads large amounts of toxins in the human body, therefore causing a wide range of symptoms that makes diagnosis essentially impossible.

There are many products on the market that are made to help cure Candida, or at the very least, relieve the symptoms. Probiotics, the ingestion of ‘good’ living bacteria to help fight the bad Candida is a common treatment. But what other options are there out there?

If the idea of swallowing pills containing bacteria freaks you out, there can be other methods of treating Candida overgrowth. The first logical step is to try to reduce the amount of Candida roaming around in your gut. This can be done by literally starving the rapidly breeding Candida to death by changing your diet to include less sugar and carbs. The Candida have a sweet tooth that loves to snack on sugar, just like most of the people it’s affecting. The first and least evasive step is to simply change your diet.

Another step you can take to try to lower the number of Candida swimming around in your body is to try to limit or eliminate antibiotics from your medicine cabinet. It’s believed by those that are suffering from Candida that the biggest culprit in the spread of the disease is that antibiotics are being over-prescribed and overused. The antibiotics kill many of the ‘good’ bacteria in the digestive tract when they are taken to help treat a sickness. It’s thought that this slaughter of the ‘good’ bacteria is what gives Candida the ability to run wild through the body and make you sick. If you don’t want to try probiotics, the next best thing is to simply remove the thing that could be making you sick in the first place.

Again, it can’t be stressed enough that the best thing for anyone who thinks they are suffering from Candida to do is to consult with a doctor before starting any treatment regimen. The more you know about what’s ailing you, the easier it will be to treat and the sooner you’ll feel better.

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Treating Candida Naturally

Posted in Candida on September 19th, 2006

Recent research has concluded that candida may have a more pronounced affect on health that previously thought. Candida is naturally occurring yeast that is present in every human being – we all have it all the time! When candida grows excessively it is due to a bacterial infection. Normally, it is harmless and exists in relative balance with the rest of the body. However, if the levels increase out of range of natural harmony it can cause dozens of unwanted symptoms.

Fortunately, there are ways to treat candida naturally. The mindset to treating candida should be to return the body to its natural state of equilibrium. When treating candida naturally the idea is that no prescription medications, doctor visits, or medications are necessary to fix the problem.

Using a combination of supplements, changes to the diet, anti-fungal agents, and vitamins and minerals can be effective in the battle against candida. Furthermore, as more and more research has proven that natural remedies can be just as successful as synthetic ones, people are finally starting to realize that Mother Nature has graciously provided for the healing and treatment of a huge variety of health problems.

Using vitamins, nutrients, and supplements will enable the body to rid the body of excess yeast growth. Due to the hectic lives many of us lead, it is fairly difficult for people to properly balance their diets. It is tempting to drink coffee, eat junk food, and ignore the variety of vitamins and nutrients the body so desperately needs. Vitamins and nutrients that are effective in treating candida include vitamins A, C, E, selenium, zinc, iron, glutamine, and healthy fatty acids. These substances are more available than ever before. Not only do health food stores and pharmacies carry these products – you can also find them at major supermarket chains.

In addition, you should try to consume as many antioxidants as possible. Antioxidants are important to the body for fighting disease. Antioxidants function by rendering toxins in the body harmless. Over the past few years the use of antioxidants has become more widespread. Foods are even being engineered to include heavier amounts of these beneficial substances. A great natural source of antioxidents is berries, particular blueberries.

Flaxseed oil is an excellent source of essential fatty acids. It is common for the treatment of candida. In essence, flaxseed oil is a natural antifungal agent. This means that flaxseed oil naturally does what prescription anti-fungal agents are supposed to do. Its properties are often highly successful in limiting candida growth and it should be part of any natural candida treatment.

As you can see it is possible to treat candida naturally. While these minerals, nutrients, and supplements can be a little pricey, the benefit to your health will greatly outweigh the financial cost. Even taking the monetary cost into consideration, Candida must be treated one way or another. It is always best to attempt to heal yourself the natural way over prescription drugs. This will enable your body to defeat problems the way nature intended it to.

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Candida and Diet

Posted in Candida on September 13th, 2006

Candida overgrowth can be maintained through the use of supplements, nutrients, and minerals. It can also be kept in check through the use of antibiotics and anti-fungal agents. However, one of the easiest ways to fight against candida is through simple changes to your diet. Have you ever heard the expression ‘you are what you eat’? Chances are that you have and this is more appropriate for fighting candida than for anything else!

It is simple if you think about it. Candida is an overgrowth of yeast. Limiting intake of food that promotes the growth of yeast is extremely effective in limiting candida. In addition, you can also eat foods that naturally work against yeast production. Yes, there are foods that fight against yeast production!

It is interesting to note that when you begin to eliminate the environment that yeast needs to thrive the candida will attempt to survive. This is a basic law of nature. When candida begins to die off it can cause you to feel even worse. It might seem like you are actually getting very sick for a couple of days. Do not worry about this – it is completely normal. If you stick with it and continue to eliminate candida the symptoms will eventually subside and you will find yourself feeling great – better than you probably have in years!

There are many foods you should avoid on your quest to eliminate the overgrowth of candida. Avoid foods high in sugar content and foods that contain yeast products. It is also a good idea to leave fruit off the menu even though it is widely considered to be healthy for everyone. The reason is because fruit is high in sugar. Vinegar should also be avoided due to the fact that it is made with yeast. Foods that are either smoked or cured should also be avoided. Furthermore, acidic foods and beverages should not be consumed. Alcohol, caffeine, and processed foods such as fast foods must also be removed from your menu if you want to adopt a diet that will hinder the growth of candida.

On the other hand, there are certain foods that can aid your body’s fight against candida. Many forms of vegetables and legumes including asparagus, broccoli, spinach, celery, beans, and onions can be effective at limiting candida. Meats are a good weapon against candida unless they are cured or processed. Fish is also a formidable weapon against candida. You should also make an effort to eat nuts, butter, eggs, and drink lots of water, which acts as a natural detoxifier.

The battle against candida can be won. It will take some commitment on your part and a willingness to change. If you follow the suggestions in this article, you should see a difference in short amount of time. It is important to remember that your diet is important in your fight against candida. However, it will take commitment on your part to really feel the benefits – so that means no cheating!! You should work out a plan for success before you begin making changes to your diet.

Please note: it is important to consult a medical professional before making any changes to your diet.

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Treating Candida

Posted in Candida on September 5th, 2006

Candida is a type of yeast that is always present in the human body and it is normally benign. However, when it grows unchecked it can cause a variety of health problems throughout the body. The longer candida growth continues unfettered the more severe the problems can become. Research is now just beginning to scratch the surface on how harmful excess candida can actually be. The initial findings are stunning: candida may be the root cause of a long list of physical and emotional symptoms. Fortunately, there are many ways to treat candida.

Typically, those with candida have compromised immune systems, although this is not always the case. In recent years medical researchers have begun to realize that there might be benefits in treating healthy people who have experienced an overgrowth of candida. It appears to be a worthwhile approach that scientists and researchers are scrambling to understand.

When treating candida, it is important to remember that it is just a substance that is normally present in the body – the problems only occur when there is much more of it then there should be. Have you ever heard the expression ‘too much of a good thing is no good at all’? - this saying applies directly to candida growth.

The most common form of treatment for candida is through the use of antibiotics. Since it is excess bad bacteria that allows yeast to grow which causes Candida, certain antibiotics will help destroy the overgrowth. However, antibiotics also kill good bacteria – they don’t discriminate – and the use of antibiotics can have an adverse effect on the rest of the body. You can compare it to chemotherapy in a sense – chemotherapy destroys cancerous cells, however, it also destroys healthy tissue. Your body requires a healthy balance of bacteria to keep its systems running at top speed. In fact, your digestive tract in particular requires helpful bacteria to ensure proper digestive functioning.

It is common for many women to develop yeast infections while they are taking prescription antibiotics. This occurs due to the fact that the good bacteria keep yeast formation in check. Furthermore, the widespread use of antibiotics has limited their ability to fight against bacteria. Common use has allowed bacteria to adapt to particular antibiotics, potentially rendering them ineffective. Also, if you are taking antibiotics, it is extremely important to finish the entire course. Many people start feeling better and simply stop taking the pills. This can allow remaining bacteria to develop immunity to that specific antibiotic.

Another method of treating candida is through the employment of probiotics. Put simply, probiotics are other forms of live bacteria that are good for the body. Probiotics are available in powders, capsules, and even in some types of yogurt.

These represent the main medical treatments for candida. It is important that you ensure your body has a good balance of bacteria in order for it to function well. Sometimes candida growth can occur in healthy people and research has proven this fact. It is paramount that you do everything possible to limit candida growth as the consequences of letting it run unchecked can be extremely detrimental to your health.

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Causes of Candida

Posted in Candida on September 1st, 2006

Candida is a form of yeast that exists naturally in everyone. It is normally harmless and is simply present in the body. However, if the body for one reason or another falls out of balance, candida can grow excessively, leading to a host of problems. Unlike many other medical conditions, there is not just one cause of candidiasis that is accepted by the medical community. There is a combination of a variety of different factors that allows this form of yeast to wreak havoc on the human body.

There are certain individuals that are more prone to candida overgrowth than others. It is understood that individuals with compromised immune systems are more susceptible than others for abnormal candida growth. People with AIDS, diabetes, cancer, depression, the elderly and those with chronic medical conditions are most at risk. Prolonged use of certain medications may also put an individual at risk of developing an overgrowth of candida.

Immune weakness is probably the most obvious reason for the development of candidiasis. When the immune system is compromised the body is vulnerable to attack from a wide variety of pathogens – not just candida. Interestingly, candida can often start to flourish when a person uses antibiotics as antibiotics kill off the good bacteria that are instrumental in keeping candida production in check. When good bacteria is depleted the environment for candida to thrive is created.

While there is no single reason for candidiasis to develop, there are a number of factors that can pile up, thus triggering candida overproduction. Have you ever heard the saying ‘the straw that broke the camel’s back’? It is an excellent way to understand how candidiasis develops.

Current thinking points to the possibility that candida overproduction is highly common. It may be that a litany of medical problems is caused by candida. Additionally, the causes may be more numerous than previously thought. Besides immune diseases and cancers, the treatments for these conditions can also be causes of candida. In addition, the use of steroid medications, vitamin and nutrient deficiencies, birth control pill use for over three years, various toxins such as lead or mercury, hormonal changes, stress, chronic fatigue syndrome, and thyroid disease are also possible culprits.

It is easy to see how these factors can be described as causes of candida. They are all instrumental in lowering the body’s ability to manage itself. When this happens the body is susceptible to candida. The symptoms of candida overgrowth can gradually appear or flourish with a bang.

When candida takes on a dominant role in the body this potential form of virulent yeast transforms into its fungal form. This fungal state enables candida to cause damage and release dangerous toxins into the body. If you remember that one of the causes of mass candida is toxins, you can see the creation of a cycle that further sets the body at risk for various health problems.

There are many causes of candida that must be accounted for. If you understand how candida is produced in abundance, you can formulate a plan to fight against it.

Remember, if you suspect that you may have developed candidiasis, you should immediately work to counter it. There are many steps you can take – both natural and through medical intervention. Make sure that you research all your options and choose the path that will help you achieve better health.

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