|Candida - Yeast|
Candida albicans, or more commonly know as yeast infection, is a major hidden menace. It's not just a woman's problem. Systemic yeast can cause fatigue, brain fog, digestive issues and a host of other problems, most docs don't or won't recognize.
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What foods should I avoid/eat to prevent chronic yeast infections?
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The first thing to avoid when dealing with yeast infections is sugar. Yeast feeds on sugar, just like pouring gas on a fire. It does not matter if the sugar is natural or not, sugar is sugar. This includes, honey, molasses, whole cane sugar and fruit juice. Sometimes a person may even need to scale back on fresh fruit.
What to eat?
If you have our Alkaline Diet Chart, just about anything on the alkaline side of the chart is fair game, except the sweeteners. Stevia is ok. Also be cautious with raisins, bananas and pineapple, these are alkaline, but very sweet.
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The immune system often takes a beating in people with long term yeast issues. The macrophages get worn out. The best supplement I've come across for boosting macrophage activity is the AgariGold H1X1. It contains strong levels of beta glucans.
There is a strong connection between heavy metal toxicity and trouble overcoming yeast. Especially when it comes to mercury. While chelation therapy does offer great benefit, it is typically expensive and cumbersome. Liquid zeolite is a much easier way to go. See this video, for more information on how zeolites remove toxins and heavy metals from the body.
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