Yeast Infection and the Candida Yeast Diet

by Lynn H.
(New Orleans,LA)

Candida Diet

Candida Diet


Here is my two cents!

Yeast or Candida albicans is part of our body's natural flora. However, then tend to overgrow whenever your immune system weakens. It is one of the known effects of autoimmune diseases like AIDS. Also, yeast overgrowth may result from taking medications that tend to deplete the body with its good bacteria, the organisms responsible in controlling the yeast activity and population. With the overgrowth of yeast comes the emergence of yeast infection particularly in the digestive tract. Yeast infection usually comes with uncomfortable and recurring symptoms that can negatively affect health. Among the many treatments available for yeast infection, the candida yeast diet is one of the simplest yet most effective.

To reverse yeast overgrowth, the candida yeast diet plan starts with detoxification. This usually involves fasting, colon cleansing and other detox procedures. It also involves the consumption of wheatgrass, fresh vegetable juices, detox herbs, water and any other food item that can help the body extract toxins.

With existing yeast infection, the candida yeast diet helps reduce yeast population by complementing the effects of candida treatments. To bring back the yeast cells into balance, this diet involves the consumption of anti-microbial herbs or phytochemical formulas as well as avoidance of yeast-friendly foods like sugar, aged cheeses, chocolates and fermented foods.

The candida yeast diet also involves the use of probiotics, which is a food item that is proven effective in restoring and maintaining balance to the body's natural flora. Probiotics like lactobacilli and bifidobacteria, which can be found in yogurt, produce organic compounds hydrogen peroxide, lactic acid and acetic acid, which helps increase the acidity of the intestines and inhibit the production of yeast. It also produces a natural substance called bacteriocins, which exhibit natural antibiotic properties that can kill infectious yeast.

As the cliché goes, prevention is better than cure. To avoid suffering the debilitating symptoms of yeast infection, start a candida yeast diet. This diet plan basically involve fresh organic fruits, vegetables and other healthful food items that will help the body strengthen its immune system and create a less friendly environment for yeast growth.

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Lynn H.

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Oct 08, 2010
Good comment
by: Billy

Many thanks for this information. Yeast infections are no fun.

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