The Latest Reviews for Digestive Health

Yeast Infection Diet

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An overgrowth of the fungus Candida albicans causes a condition known as candidiasis, also called a yeast infection. Yeast infections often affect dark, moist areas of your body such as your mouth, genital area, intestines, urinary tract or skin folds. While no scientific evidence proves that dietary changes help improve yeast infections, avoiding certain foods may help enhance your body’s ...

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Candida Foods

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Candida is one of the scientific names for yeast, which is a form of fungus. A very small amount naturally resides in your mouth and intestines to aid digestion, but your medications, diet, and environment can all change your normal balance of Candida. When it’s overproduced, it breaks down the wall of the intestines and enters directly into the bloodstream, ...

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Your Diet And Candida

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There are many different causes and contributory factors that have been linked to regular yeast infections. Here are just a few examples – stress, birth control pills, hot tubs, wet swimsuits, and even tight underwear. However, one of the major underlying causes of yeast infections is rarely discussed. The causes that I just listed are easy to recognize, easy to ...

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Yeast Infection And Meats

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An overgrowth of yeast may cause fatigue, digestive distress, recurring vaginal yeast infections, sinus infections, mood swings and stalled weight loss. Candida albicans is a naturally occurring yeast that exists in everyone, but an overgrowth can wreak havoc on your system. This yeast thrives if your immune system is compromised by stress, illness, a poor diet or antibiotics. To keep ...

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Yeast Infection And Sweets

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A yeast infection is a very common infection of the vagina that affects most women at some time in their lives, sometimes recurring over time, according to MayoClinic.com. Also called vaginitis and candidiasis, a yeast infection develops when the fungal microorganism candida becomes too prolific in your body. While it’s not the only contributing factor in the development of yeast ...

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Candida And Meat

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Recently released study shows how antibiotic residues in conventionally-raised meats can go on killing beneficial bacteria. The antibiotics have no effect against the pathogenic bacteria in this study. There is nothing in the human digestive process that would eliminate the antibiotic effect either, resulting in further imbalances to our digestive flora. Another reason to eat organic, antibiotic-free meats and foods ...

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Candida And Bread

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Candida albicans is termed a yeast or a yeast-like fungus, which is found in the intestinal tract of human beings. Yeast cells are much like our own cells in terms of size. Yeast cells have a capsule. Yeast display receptors (branch like stuctures coming out from the surface of the cell), much as our own cells do. In the intestinal ...

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