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ANTIBIOTICS INCREASE RISK OF GASTRIC CANCER

Antibiotic-induced gastric cancer is not something that you typically hear about, but get ready to as more and more cases are happening as a result of antibiotic use. Doctors in Korea are stating that H. pylori, the number one risk factor for gastric cancer, has developed increased resistance to antibiotics, setting the stage for a [...]

ANTIBIOTICS INCREASE RISK OF GASTRIC CANCER2022-08-13T14:33:15-07:00

Candida, Crohns, Ulcerative Colitis, and IBD

Candida, Crohn's, Ulcerative Colitis, and IBD share a common origin. One of the main reasons that fungal candida is related to over 100 conditions and diseases is via its ability to promote chronic inflammation in the body, and inflammation is tied to most every condition. Although fungal candida can spread throughout the body in a [...]

Candida, Crohns, Ulcerative Colitis, and IBD2019-04-15T06:07:30-07:00

The Average Candida Patient

The average candida patient, according to one hospital study, will have no symptoms, as most of them are asymptomatic. This can be due to the body's amazing ability to adapt very quickly. They may never experience symptoms of candida until many years later. This can lead to gradual deterioration and damage to healthy tissues and [...]

The Average Candida Patient2019-04-15T06:07:42-07:00

Candida and Ulcers

Candida and ulcers are closely linked. It is reported that 10% of the US population has peptic ulcers. This represents approximately 31 million Americans. Studies show that over 54% of these ulcers are due to fungal Candida albicans infections. The presence of Candida albicans can prolong the persistence and healing of ulcers, resulting in increased [...]

Candida and Ulcers2017-07-31T19:44:12-07:00
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