Candida overgrowth and toxic metals

Environmental reasons for yeast infections

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Candida Albicans Yeast Infection Treatment

Natural cure for candida yeast infection

One of the greatest challenges our bodies face today is the high concentration of poisonous metals and dangerous chemicals in our environment. They are in the soil our foods grow in, the air we breathe, and even in some cosmetics and medications we consume as well as in dental fillings. Trying to cleanse these toxins puts a huge strain on our immune systems, and one of the health issues that often arises is an overgrowth of Candida albicans.

The reason for this occurrence is that when heavy metals such as lead, mercury and silver are present in the body, they contribute to an environment that is high in acid balance in an absence of oxygen that is the perfect set of conditions for Candida yeast to flourish and quickly grow out of control.

This is why experts who have studied yeast infections and fungal overgrowths of Candida albicans often recommend a regimen that includes detoxification of heavy metals along with a replacement of amalgam dental fillings with safer, white fillings. These steps may be taken in order to combat Candida albicans yeast infections and helping the body regain its natural balance of acidity and alkalinity.

The ideas in this article have been based upon the research of Linda Allen, author of the book "Yeast Infection No More." Ms. Allen is a health researcher and nutritionist who has been working for many years to promote a naturally holistic solution to yeast infections that will improve one’s quality of life and cure Candida overgrowth without the need for prescription drugs that have harmful side effects.

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