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Candida (Yeast Infections)

Symptoms attributed to chronic candidiasis include abdominal pain, constipation, diarrhea, gas, bloating, belching, indigestion, heartburn, recurrent vaginal yeast infections, nasal congestion, sinus problems, bad breath, skin rashes, allergies, chemical sensitivities, rectal itching, muscle aches, cold hands and feet, fatigue, depression, irritability, difficulty concentrating, headaches, and dizziness. An overgrowth in the gastrointestinal tract of the usually benign yeast (or fungus) Candida albicans, has been suggested as the origin of this problem. Many doctors have suggested that certain dietary factors may promote the overgrowth of Candida albicans. The most important of these factors are high intakes of sugar, dairy products, and other foods with a high content of yeast or mold (e.g., alcoholic beverages, cheeses, dried fruits, and peanuts); and foods to which individual patients are allergic.

 

Supplement Considerations

Oil of Oregano Supplement (P73 source)

An oil of oregano supplement should contain the P73 Wild Oregano Blend that has been shown to kill candida albicans (yeast infections). It is the only oregano product to proven to exhibit this effect in investigative studies.

 

Herbal Detoxifiers and Immune Support

Herbal detoxifiers and immune support should contain agents that are proven to boost immune function, helping the individual’s body more effectively fight this infection.

 

High Potency Multiple Vitamin and Mineral

A high potency multiple vitamin and mineral should contain boosted levels of key nutrients that also enhance immune system function.

 

Essential Fatty Acids

An essential fatty acid should contain the perfect blend of essential fatty acids to help support healthy cell development and suppress the inflammatory process.

 

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