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

Candida and Arthritis

Candida and arthritis have been linked together for decades and have become an increasingly common occurrence. Reports date back to 1960, but more recent science indicates that candida-induced arthritis has existed as long as candida and antibiotics have been around. Technology and medicine are only now beginning to catch up to this realization. Arthritis is [...]

Candida and Arthritis2017-07-31T19:44:30-07:00

Candida Linked To Arthritis, Multiple Sclerosis, Psoriasis, and Other Autoimmune Conditions

In this recent study, Candida albicans was shown to cause inflammatory and autoimmune reactions that lead to arthritis, psoriasis and other skin rashes, multiple sclerosis, and many other conditions and diseases - "This not only demonstrates that the composition of our microflora has a decisive role in the development of chronic illnesses, but also [...]

Candida Linked To Arthritis, Multiple Sclerosis, Psoriasis, and Other Autoimmune Conditions2017-09-14T13:48:26-07:00

Candida and Multiple Sclerosis

Candida and Multiple Sclerosis have been linked by at least two studies. Researchers at The University Hospital in Madrid, Spain, and the Institute of Microbiology in Zurich, Switzerland have linked Candida albicans with the onset of multiple sclerosis. In 2010, researchers headed by J. Benito-Leon found increased odds of Candida infections in MS patients. In [...]

Candida and Multiple Sclerosis2017-09-24T19:34:13-07:00

Candida, Antibiotics, Allergies and Asthma

Candida, Antibiotics, Allergies and Asthma It's not surprising to learn that antibiotics cause fungal candida. This study and many others repeatedly confirm that antibiotics are the cause of this and many other conditions in the body. What is alarming to read is the rate at which allergies and asthma have increased with runaway [...]

Candida, Antibiotics, Allergies and Asthma2018-01-12T13:48:16-08:00

Vaginal Yeast Infections, Sinuses, and Systemic Candida

In 1999, researchers at the Mayo Clinic determined that 96% of sinus infections were due to fungus, thus antibiotics were not only useless, but they could contribute to the development of ongoing fungal infections. Another study in 1998 demonstrated that 71% of women with vaginal candida (candidiasis) had allergic rhinitis/sinus problems. Then a subsequent study [...]

Vaginal Yeast Infections, Sinuses, and Systemic Candida2022-08-13T15:07:33-07:00

Yogurt Decreases High Blood Pressure

The beneficial effect of bacteria continues to gain more scientific evidence. This study cites the effect of yogurt, which is probably the lesser of choices between better options such as probiotics and kefir. Even so, the study proves that yogurt benefits the condition of hypertension. "Adding more yogurt to your diet without increasing the number [...]

Yogurt Decreases High Blood Pressure2017-10-18T15:33:59-07:00

Candida, Antibiotics, and the Intestinal Flora

Candida and antibiotics are a problem that will not go away soon. In 1944, the use of penicillin was initiated during World War II. At that time, there were 0 studies on candida albicans. As antibiotic use increased, so did the associated research into candida albicans. The number of studies has increased from 0 studies [...]

Candida, Antibiotics, and the Intestinal Flora2017-09-14T13:32:30-07:00

Blood Sugar Protocol

One of the common issues facing many people, especially those with systemic fungal infections, is blood sugar regulation imbalances. A simple approach to remedying this is the protocol of eating celery throughout the day. A recent article out of Harvard School of Public Health lists some of the additional benefits of dietary fibers - [...]

Blood Sugar Protocol2017-10-03T12:24:59-07:00
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