Candida solutions – The good, the bad and the ugly

There are nearly two dozen types of Candida yeasts that can infect the human body with the most popular variety called Candida albicans. Candida yeasts normally live on the body – without any issues – but, when they grow out of control can cause tremendous health problems. Just to be perfectly clear, these ‘run away’ infections can damage the lining of our intestines, destroy immune function and pollute the bloodstream – which sets the stage for chronic diseases like cancer.

How do we keep candida under control? The answer is quite simple: If you suffer with a yeast infection – you must find natural ways to regain healthy gut flora and improve immune function without toxic medications. On the next NaturalNews Talk Hour, you’ll learn why candida is so hard to resolve and, most importantly, why “starving” candida is the wrong approach.

The signs, symptoms and dangers of yeast overgrowth

First of all: It’s important to understand what promotes yeast overgrowth. If you’ve been exposed to high degrees of emotional/mental stress; the use of antibiotics or unnatural (processed) foods, then you are at high risk of candida-related health issues. So, how do you know if candida may be causing you problems? Ask yourself: Do I have gas, bloating, diarrhea or constipation? Do I feel tired – even after sleeping for hours the night before?

If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, you should be checked out by a holistically-minded physician (who understands biological/functional medicine) – especially if you suffer from autoimmune disease or chronic depression.

Keep in mind, when candida problems are ignored, the digestive system will be compromised – which leads to poor food breakdown and nutrient absorption. In other words, if you have an overabundance of yeast, you could lose much of the benefits expected from organic foods and high-quality nutritional supplements.

Join us – on the next NaturalNews Talk Hour – for some natural candida solutions including, how to replenish gut flora, rebalance pH and reduce candida overgrowth.

What is biological medicine and how can it help people with candida?

According to The American Center for Biological Medicine, biological medicine “is the science, practice, and art of healing that is a fundamental form of medicine, applicable to each human body, regardless of the illness. We don’t believe in Band Aids. Biomedicine has a simple objective: identify the source of disorders, imbalances, and weaknesses in the human regulatory system and heal the whole body.”

We all know that the last line of defense to disease is our immune system and it’s under attack from things like, poor diet and environmental toxins like mercury and plastics. Conventional medicine merely ‘treats’ the symptoms of disease and ignores the underlying cause of sickness. A physician trained in biological medicine combines ancient wisdom with the latest in advance testing procedures to discover the reason why candida grows out of control. It’s an individualized form of medicine designed to empower the patient.

On the next NaturalNews Talk Hour, you’ll learn about the greatest threats to digestive health, how to naturally regain balance within the intestinal flora and improve immune function. Don’t miss this informative program.

This week’s guest: Heather Schofield, homeopathic doctor and expert in candida solutions

Learn how to systematically eliminate the health threat of yeast overgrowth naturally – Sun. Sept. 6

Heather Schofield, BSc., DHMHS is a homeopathic doctor , who over the last 14 years has studied, practiced and taught biological medicine, mind-body, and natural approaches to the public, patients and natural health practitioners.

She strongly believes that getting to the root cause of illness should not be complicated, but rather support the body’s innate ability to heal. Through empowerment and education, she inspires people to achieve their highest health and wellness potential.

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