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Candida and Everything?

If you seen the typical list for common symptoms associated with candida, then you're familiar with how complex an issue fungal candida infections can be. As I've been going through the list and documenting the science behind each of these, I've also become aware of the limitation of this list. The research behind candida reveals [...]

Candida and Everything?2017-07-31T19:43:14-07:00

10 Candida Myths

Here are 10 candida myths that you may not know about! Myth #1 - Only women get candida infections Candida Albicans is commonly considered to be a yeast infection that only women get. It is in fact a fungal infection caused by antibiotic use that affects both men and women. Research states that over 90% [...]

10 Candida Myths2017-09-24T11:55:14-07:00

Candida Diets: Part VII: Probiotics

Candida diets and probiotics work well together. As we have discussed earlier, systemic fungal candida results from antibiotic exposure, and the word antib-biotic means "against life." The use of probiotics works to counter the effect of antibiotics, as pro-biotic means "for life." While many diets recommend the use of probiotics from the very beginning of [...]

Candida Diets: Part VII: Probiotics2019-04-15T06:07:54-07:00

‘Hygiene Hypothesis’ or ‘Old Friends’ Theory?

Is it the "hygiene hypothesis" or the "old friends" theory that makes the most sense? From this report on recent papers from the International Scientific Forum on Home Hygiene, it seems like it's just two views from different sides of the same coin. The hygiene hypothesis says that increased levels of hygiene/cleanliness have decreased our exposures to [...]

‘Hygiene Hypothesis’ or ‘Old Friends’ Theory?2019-04-15T06:07:55-07:00

Candida and Autism

Candida and Autism have many strong associations. The link between these two is discussed on several autism websites and even on Oprah, where actress and advocate Jenny McCarthy shared her experience of her son coming "out of autism completely after I killed Candida." Many doctors have found great success when treating children with autistic symptoms [...]

Candida and Autism2022-10-10T11:27:15-07:00

Candida and Cancer

Candida and Cancer have been associated through many studies and clinical observations throughout the years. Fungal candida has been identified as the leading cause of deaths due to sepsis in hospital settings, but can occur in anyone. Severe suppression of the immune system leads to an increased risk of death, while less severe cases can [...]

Candida and Cancer2017-10-11T16:44:27-07:00

Antibiotic Use In Children Creates Long-Term Health Problems

One of the most damaging long-term effects on children's health is the use of antibiotics.  Researchers  in Ireland and Canada have found that the "use of ampicillin and gentamicin in early life can have significant effects on the evolution of the infant gut microbiota, the long-term health implications of which remain unknown." Up to 90% [...]

Antibiotic Use In Children Creates Long-Term Health Problems2017-09-24T11:57:49-07:00

Candida and Diabetes

Candida and Diabetes are two common conditions that occur as a result of past antibiotic use. Each condition supports the existence of the other, but fungal candida alone can create diabetes through direct and indirect means. Diabetes is a condition in which regulation of the level of sugar (Glucose) in the blood has been altered. [...]

Candida and Diabetes2017-07-31T19:44:31-07:00

Candida Diets: Part V: The Quick Fix

Many candida diets offer the "quick fix." Candida diets can vary based on who is presenting the information and their particular motivation. The majority of all candida diets follow a protocol first conceived by Dr. Orian Truss in the 1950S. In spite of a great deal of science that has revealed further insights since then, most [...]

Candida Diets: Part V: The Quick Fix2019-04-15T06:07:58-07:00

Candida and Gluten Allergies

Candida and gluten allergies are two problems that are commonly seen together. As we have previously looked at on this blog, candida can cause the inflammation and allergies associated with gluten intolerance and other diseases and conditions,. The link between these two conditions is found in a protein found on the surface of candida cells. [...]

Candida and Gluten Allergies2019-04-15T06:07:59-07:00
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