How does Candida affect Health?

Candida is a naturally occurring, yet “opportunistic” fungus. Certain factors contribute to excess growth of Candida:  antibiotic use, chronic stress, a diet high in carbohydrate, sugar, frequent alcohol consumption, use of hormonal birth control, and imbalance of bacteria in the microbiome.  For people who struggle with fungal overgrowth, it is never just one issue.

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When Candida is rampant, it can cause intense sugar cravings, brain fog, bloating, depression, anxiety, digestive issues and fatigue.  What is worse, due to damage of the GI tract leading to leaky gut, candida overgrowth opens the door to inflammation and chronic disease.

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  • Dr Ken Brown, MD – A GI Doctor Approach to Candida
  • Dr Elisa Song, MD – Candida and Children
  • Dr Lindsey Berkson – Hormonal Imbalance and Candida
  • Dr Mark Hyman, MD – What the heck should I eat to deal with Candida?
  • Dr Dietrick Klinghardt, MD – EMF Radiation Link to Fungal Organisms

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