Bloat Be Gone!
Candida Causing Stomach, Thyroid and Other Health Issues
by Anthony Beven
The most common health issue affecting women today is candidiasis, or yeast overgrowth. It can impact the stomach, thyroid and female reproductive organ issues, which can lead to surgical intervention.
Invasive candidiasis is a common healthcare-associated infection: it’s estimated that approximately 46,000 cases of healthcare-associated invasive candidiasis occur each year in the United States, according to the CDC. Candidemia, the most common form of invasive candidiasis, is one of the most common bloodstream infections.
Candida feeds on processed sugar, but when that isn't present in the body it will feed on B6 and folate–two key nutrients required for hormonal regularity. When women aren't careful with their diet they can unknowingly feed it.
The recommended protocol for a candida purge is a sugar flush to get rid of its food source, then an anti-fungal oral blend, soil-based probiotic, structured silver liquid and gel and an essential oil roller blend.
If women have MTHFR genetic mutations or defects that can make the detox process a bit more complicated. This means the body won't detox properly on its own, so you have to manually force it with detox activities like ionic foot baths or infrared sauna sessions.
Candida is invasive and spreads easily, according to a recent New York Times article. It can go between couples. Mothers can pass it on during the gestation period, so children can be born with it.
More importantly, the New York Times article notes, Candida is “so tenacious” due to its resistance to many drugs used to treat it, such as the commonly prescribed Flagyl®.
For Julie Park Brown, a candida overgrowth client, no matter how hard she tried or where she went to get answers for her stomach bloat, she wasn't finding resolution. A live blood analysis revealed that she had clumping of red blood cells (this means she wasn't digesting protein), red crystals (a sign of bowel toxicity or leaky gut), uric acid crystals (the cause of her inflammation) and sugar bacteria and yeast, which caused her bloat. She completed her 35-Day Mini-Cleanse Detox and now her stomach is out of distress.
“I was in pain around my mid-section–a lot,” she says. “Within the first two weeks I felt almost immediately less bloated...now, there is no bloat.”
Anthony Beven is a Certified Live Blood Analyst & Detox Specialist at Detox Day Spa, 3775 South Baldwin Road, Lake Orion, MI. For more information, or to start your detox journey today, call 248-791-3936 or visit DetoxDaySpa.com/35days.