Posted by on Dec 15, 2011 in Gut health | 0 comments

Candida is a condition that impacts both men and women. It is important to understand because candida can be expressed via a number of indicators and/or symptoms when the condition is out of control. Candida, though not always diagnosed by dermatologists, can show up as difficult skin issues. Skin issues are unwelcome by one of any age, but when it strikes a young girl or boy they are often counseled to take a pharmaceutical treatment – and an antibiotic can contribute to the underlying candida problem. For girls, birth control can be prescribed, but with many the significant side effects especially for a young girl beginning a birth control regimen early in her teens. Despite most dermatologists’ position to the contrary, diet does play a significant part in controlling candida and in skin issues. Dr. Loren Cordain’s book The Dietary Cure for Acne proves this point and then offers similar eating regimen to the one in 30 Days to Feeling Fit.

Watch here or click on the link below as Ann Borosch, a naturopath and author of The Candida Cure, gives a great information and background on candida or “yeast.” Thanks to Ann Marie Wedin for posting on FB.

Advice: Before taking a medication with side effects, the right diet can make a huge difference in eliminating the issues associated with candida. Following are some of the symptoms according to the Candida Society:

food allergies and intolerances menstrual irregularities weight gain or weight loss
migraines joint pains ear infections
foggy brain asthma chronic tiredness
muscle aches hayfever allergies
thrush sinusitis sensitivity to perfume, tobacco smoke and petrol
cystitis fungal infections of the nails/skin (e.g. athlete’s foot bloatedness
PMS diarrhea and/or constipation flatulence

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