The Candida Chronicles

Candida and Alzheimer’s | The Best Approach For Success

Candida and Alzheimer's Candida and Alzheimer's are connected in many ways, although this is something that is seldom discussed in most papers and publications. Not withstanding this, the candida and Alzheimer's infection model is gaining more and more support and acceptance, so I thought I'd take some time and look [...]

Candida and Alzheimer’s | The Best Approach For Success2022-08-13T08:44:20-07:00

Yeast Infections – 3 Most Important Things To Know

Yeast Infections - The 3 Most Important Things To Know Before you start treating the wrong condition, here are the 3 most important things to know about yeast infections. #1 - It's a bacterial infection. The majority of yeast infections are actually bacterial infections! If candida is going to play a role at all, the [...]

Yeast Infections – 3 Most Important Things To Know2022-08-13T08:50:45-07:00

Chief Medical Officer Warns Of ‘Post-Antibiotic Apocalypse’ And ‘End Of Modern Medicine, AGAIN!

This is the 3rd time in 3 years that I've seen this warning coming from Dame Sally Davies, the UK's Chief Medical Officer. It makes for an interesting study on how unaffected people are by this. Likewise, in 2014, the World Health Organization (WHO) stated that "the world is in grave danger of entering a [...]

Chief Medical Officer Warns Of ‘Post-Antibiotic Apocalypse’ And ‘End Of Modern Medicine, AGAIN!2022-08-13T08:55:53-07:00

5 Mistakes To Avoid When Treating Candida

5 Candida Mistakes to avoid Here are 5 mistakes to avoid when treating candida to help you achieve success as fast as possible and avoid ongoing problems. The last thing you want to experience when addressing fungal candida is chasing after information and treatment choices that do nothing for [...]

5 Mistakes To Avoid When Treating Candida2022-08-13T08:59:36-07:00

5 Secrets You Should Know When Treating Candida

3D illustration of fungi Candida, the causative agent of candidiasis, thrush, systemic invasive infections. Pathogenic fungus or yeast 5 Secrets You Should Know When Treating Candida With more and more people discovering the need to address candida in order to regain and optimize their health, it can be helpful to know some secrets [...]

5 Secrets You Should Know When Treating Candida2022-08-13T13:58:15-07:00

Driving Under the Influence of Candida

Driving Under the Influence of Candida   There's a rare syndrome called Gut Fermentation Syndrome, which is also known as Auto-Brewery Syndrome, Ethanol Fermentation Syndrome, Syndrome X, and one or two other names. You don't hear too much about it, or maybe you've never heard anything about it, but in 2013, one case made national [...]

Driving Under the Influence of Candida2022-08-13T13:58:59-07:00

Regular Bowel Movements

Regular Bowel Movements (RBM). I tried thinking up some clever titles for this blog, of which there are many, but instead decided to give you the straight poop (couldn't resist). This is one of those topics that many people try to avoid as it brings up uncomfortable feelings discussing what tends to be one of [...]

Regular Bowel Movements2022-08-13T13:59:45-07:00

Candida and Health

Candida and Health. Those aren't two words that one would normally find together. Candida and disease is a more likely association with candida known to be linked to over 125 different conditions and diseases. Candida and health, or candida and disease? This dichotomy is reflected in the organism itself as it has a beneficial yeast form and [...]

Candida and Health2022-08-13T14:00:33-07:00

Posthospital Syndrome

Posthospital syndrome is a term used to describe the vulnerability of a patient to a wide range of conditions after having spent any time in a hospital. What this means, is that instead of everyone coming out healthier, many come out in similar or worse shape than before. As William Osler, MD once said, “The [...]

Posthospital Syndrome2022-08-13T14:05:07-07:00

Are Your Bacteria Smarter Than Your Doctor?

Are your bacteria smarter than your doctor? Absolutely! Some bacteria are naturally resistant to antibiotics. This comes from past exposures and the subsequent development of resistance. These bacteria are called persisters. They are unaffected by all antibiotics, and theoretically lie dormant in the body. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20528688 Other bacteria produce their own anti-antibiotics - "The bacteria produce [...]

Are Your Bacteria Smarter Than Your Doctor?2022-08-13T14:29:39-07:00
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