What is Candida?
Candida Albicans is a naturally occurring fungus in the human body. It lives harmoniously with other microorganisms in the body (about 1 for every 10 “good” bacteria), unless the body is out of balance. Its job is to identify and destroy pathogenic bacteria that may enter the body. Additionally, when the body dies, Candida Albicans work to decompose the body. Therefore, when there is an “overgrowth” of this yeast in the body, it will try to take over (like in the case of the decomposing body).
Candidiasis (yeast overgrowth) contributes to a myriad ofsymptoms and can be caused by many factors. Antibiotics, contraceptives, chemotherapy, steroids, toxic chemicals (like what is in cleaning and personal care products), heavy metals (like mercury), and even chlorinated drinking water kill off the “good” bacteria (flora) in the digestive tract, allowing the yeast to grow. These good flora (called “probiotics”) are needed to ward off disease and infection, aid in digestion, and assist the body in assimilating nutrients. Additionally, excess sugar or carbohydrate (which is also sugar) consumption, malnutrition, and heavy consumption of processed foods can cause the yeast to multiply and overtake the good flora.
How do I know if I have Candidiasis?
There is a simple test you can do for FREE that can determine whether or not you have yeast overgrowth. It's called the "spit test". Note that the greater the result, the more yeast you have.
Candida generally lives in the mouth, throat, genitals, and intestinal tract. When in overgrowth, it can burrow holes in the intestinal tract and enter the blood stream, joints, muscles, sinuses, and the organs. Once the intestinal walls are permeated, the holes left can lead to leaky gut syndrome, food allergies, and a build up of undigested food particles. Additionally, the yeast itself emits over 70 toxins into the body, causing a myriad of symptoms like...
Concentration or focus issues
Cravings for sweets, carbs, alcohol
Fungus (nail, vaginal, thrush, skin)
Immune system dysfunction (frequent illness)
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
PMS and/or menstrual pain
Sensitivity to fragrances or chemicals
Sexual problems (pain, lack of libido)
Short attention span
Skin problems (dry, itchy, eczema, psoriasis)
Throat issues (clouded, sore)
Vaginal odor, itching or Discharge
Vaginitis (vaginal yeast infection)
What's the secret?
Why this program?
Having suffered from Candidiasis myself and trying everything to get rid of it, I learned a VERY IMPORTANT secret to eradicating excess yeast.
This program walks you step-by-step through the process of yeast eradication and discloses this very important technique that will keep it from returning with a vengeance.
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Information about yeast detox products and supporting supplements - PLUS, the "trick" that makes them effective.
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How to mitigate side-effects from yeast die-off and support your organs and immune system.
Yeast Cleanse Food Plan.
Yeast Cleanse 7-day Menu.
Important information about what to do AFTER the cleanse.
- Welcome to the Candida-B-Gone Materials Page
- Food Plan
- Menu & Recipies
- Die Off Syptoms
- Additional Support
- Post-Cleanse Tips
- Program Completion
- Important Disclaimer