Candida albicans is a form of yeast that lives in everyone. If there is a healthy balance of “good bacteria” within your body, the Candida stays in its normal yeast form. If not, Candida has the ability to mutate into a different pathogenic, problematic fungal form, which is detrimental to your health. Since the introduction of antibiotics in the late 1940s, there have been over 24,000 research studies done on Candida albicans and the many problems, conditions and diseases that it causes in the body. That’s enough for one study every day for the past 61 years, with enough left over for another 6 years.