Jan 29 2017

Crowd out Candida in three steps.

Published by at 1:25 pm under Womens Health

Crowd out Candida in three steps.
If you’ve been battling Candida overgrowth, isn’t it time you feel good again?  

Over the last few weeks, we have talked about Candida overgrowth and how this yeast can harm the microbiome and lead to many serious health issues.

We’ve talked about what candidiasis is, what causes Candida Albicans to multiply and how to determine if you have it. Next week, we will look at some of the more serious health issues brought about by Candida overgrowth. But before we do that, let’s look at what you can do to get rid of it and bring your gut back in balance. If you suspect that you suffer from Candida overgrowth, you want to get busy getting this aggressive yeast under control.

Did you review the list of symptoms last week? Did you perform the “spit test”? If after doing these two self tests you think you may have Candida overgrowth, you’ll want to take immediate steps to clean up your gut. So, if you have determined that you have this condition, what can you do?

There are basically three steps you need to take to successfully treat Candida.

  1. Stop the yeast from growing.
  2. Re-populate the gut with friendly bacteria
  3. Heal the gut so that Candida is no longer entering your bloodstream.1*

Step one: Stop the yeast overgrowth. The best way to do this is to cut off the Candida’s food supply. Candida loves sugar, carbohydrates, and anything else that turns to sugar in the system. Additionally, eliminate inflammatory foods to include gluten, dairy, soy and corn…essentially those foods that lead to food sensitivities. Also, cut out any gastric irritants such as alcohol, drugs and caffeine.(1,2,3)*

Limit your diet to fresh vegetables and proteins. A vegetable juice detox is a great way to kick start your regimen. After a week or so, you can add, but limit yourself to one cup of complex carbohydrates daily (beans, grains, bread, fruit, pasta and potatoes). If you stick to this strict diet, you will keep the Candida from multiplying and eventually, without its food source, it will die. To keep it from returning, you’ll to need maintain this healthier lifestyle.(1,2)*

Step Two: Repopulate the microbiome with friendly bacteria. The second important part of getting rid of Candida is to increase the friendly bacteria population in the gut. Start by increasing Body Biotics™ Bio Identical SBO Probiotics Consortia™ to a therapeutic dose of 6 to 8 capsules per day for several months. Once you feel that the Candida is under control, cut back to 4 to 6 per day, and then eventually back to a maintenance dose of 2 to 4 daily. Additionally, your health care practitioner can prescribe an antifungal medicine and you can purchase supplements of caprylic acid from your local apothecary or health food store. Derived from coconut oil, caprylic acid essentially “pokes holes” in the wall of the yeast cell causing it to die.  Avoid using herbs such as oregano oil as it kills good bacteria as well as bad.1*

Third Step: Healing the gut. This step is important for repairing the intestinal lining and reducing inflammation in the body. With severe cases of Candida, the yeast starts to leak into the bloodstream. This is when it leads to many dangerous health conditions, which we will cover next week. There are foods you can eat to help promote healing, such as coconut oil, garlic, apple cider vinegar, olive oil, cruciferous vegetables, fresh ginger, lemon, cinnamon, and cloves. In a couple of weeks, we will look at specifically why these foods help fight Candida and heal the gut. Additionally, during this step, you can take Body Biotics Aloe Pure™ to calm and help cleanse the intestinal tract. There are also supplements your naturopath can recommend. According to Dr. Amy Meyers, renowned leader in Functional medicine, “…Providing the nutrients necessary to help the gut repair itself is essential. One of my favorite supplements is L-glutamine, an amino acid that helps to rejuvenate the gut wall lining. Other key nutrients include zinc, omega-3 fish oils, vitamin A, C, E as well as herbs such as slippery elm and aloe Vera…”(1,2,3)*

If you believe you are suffering from an overgrowth of Candida, take it very seriously and follow these steps to starve out the Candida, repopulate the gut with friendly bacteria and then lastly, get on a diet full of healing foods to reduce inflammation and repair the lining of the digestive tract.*

Next week, we are going to discuss the various health issues that can result when Candida goes unchecked.

Healthiest wishes,

Kelli

 

www.bodybiotics.com

 

Resources:

  1. http://www.mindbodygreen.com/0-8376/10-signs-you-have-candida-overgrowth-what-to-do-about-it.html
  2. http://www.mindbodygreen.com/0-11005/10-foods-to-fight-candida.html
  3. http://www.mindbodygreen.com/0-6172/How-to-Heal-Your-Gut-and-Heal-Y

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