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The Candida Albicans Report:
Yeast Infections... Is a Killer Loose in Your Body?

If you've every had one, or you're dealing with one now...

You know first hand how debilitating a stubborn Yeast Infection is! Controlling it can be frustrating -- if not impossible -- and much more serious health problems can result if left untreated!
Men are often afflicted, but it is
most often womenthen the very young and the elderly who experience the most grievous affects of yeast infections.

Yeast Infections result from an
Overgrowth of Candida Albicans

Candida Albicans are a form of yeast that is normally found in the lower bowel, the vagina and the skin. In healthy individuals the presence of Candida Albicans is considered a normal part of the bowel flora... the community of bacterial organisms that live in the lower digestive tract.

As long as your immune system is healthy and strongly functioning... Candida Albicans growth
is regulated and kept under control.

Normally the presence of
"friendly" bacteria like... Bifidobacteria bifidum and Lactobacillus acidophilus in the intestinal tract provides a natural control mechanism to prevent the overgrowth of Candida Albicans.

However, this "friendly"bacterial environment can become compromised so that an imbalance occurs. If this happens -- and it can quiet often -- then the Candida Albican yeast cells have an opportunity to over-populate rampantly and become infecting to other body organs and tissues.

Candidiasis = Yeast Overgrowth . . .

Yeast infections have opportunities to take hold when our body systems become imbalanced. Imbalances in your system initiated by exposure to and the use of:

» antibiotics and sulfa drugs

» steroid hormones

» immunosuppressant drugs

» improper diets and dieting

» a myriad of environmental agent

The opportunity for a yeast infection to take hold of a women is compounded further with pregnancy, through multiple pregnancies and the use of birth control pills. The female sex hormone progesterone -- which elevates in the last half of the menstrual cycle -- significantly increases susceptibility to yeast infection for women.
In time a weakened immune system may relinquish control, giving candida an opportunity to proliferate and transform into a harmful fungus --
a condition called Candidiasis --which can severely harm one's overall health status.
In severe cases, when Candidiasis (the fungal form of candida) is present... it can break down the mucosal lining between the bloodstream and the gastrointestinal tract...
This breakdown may facilitate passage of harmful toxins and allergens into the bloodstream... some seventy-nine (79) different toxic substances have been identified in the blood. Once in the bloodstream these toxins are free to travel to all parts of your body, where they can produce a host of adverse symptoms and further weaken your immune system.

This condition is a Serious Threat to Your Health and Life!

But there is an effective solution...

Before you take corrective action to bring this health imbalance into control you need to recognize the symptoms associated with having a Candidiasis infection and its destructive affects on your health.

Evidence of Candidiasis
The following is a partial list of early indicators of Candidiasis (Yeast Infection) to give you an idea of how far-reaching this serious health problem can become. Review this list and see if you're suffering any of these conditions:

• constipation and/or diarrhea • burning urination
• irregular or no menstrual cycle • frequent headaches
• chronic fatigue • dramatic mood swings
• irritability • nasal itching
• chronic congestion • muscle pain (lower back & neck)
• sore throat • abdominal bloating
• mouth blisters • depression and anxiety
• blurred vision • eye floaters

Candidiasis can be stopped...
Starting with your diet...

You must stop feeding the growth of Candida Albicans!

How often do you find yourself craving sweets, sugar or breads?
Candidiasis is fed by any sugar source we make available to it through our diet.
Avoid all alcohol (it's made of fermented and refined sugar)... avoid fruit juices and most fruit, maple syrup, honey and potatoes (the starch is converted to sugar). Even yogurt, despite having concentrations of
"friendly"Lactobacilli bacteria, also has a high sugar content!
Remember that Candidiasis gets a foothold when
"friendly"intestinal bacteria are destroyed -- most often killed by antibiotics and steroid hormones-- which are commonly found in milk (dairy cows) and meat (beef, pork and poultry). If practical... replace these protein sources with organic meat and dairy products.

Also consider doing the following:

Eliminate taking all immunosuppressive drugs and antibiotics.

Consult a health care provider who understands yeast infections to
help you re-balance and strengthen your body's immune system.

Destroy the yeast... Use a low-toxic antibiotic Nystatin* or a Caprylic
Acid preparation, garlic or Pau d'arco tea. * Caution: Nystatin may exacerbate the problem if candida mutation occurs.

Or treat with a combination candidiasis yeast destroying and
"friendly" bacteria supplement like Primal Defense by Garden of Life Products.

Colon Hydrotherapy (colonics) can cut the recovery time from candida overgrowth in half.

You can stop the rampant growth of the yeast cells through diet management and hasten your results by combining the best of homeopathic and Western medicines. Primal Defense is a potent homeopathic product highly absorbed in the immune compromised client.
What should you do if you suspect you have a yeast infection? Go to a professional health care provider who understands the health risks of Candidiasis for traditional drug treatment, or use a proven alternative health care treatment like Candidiasis Treatment by Newton Homeopathics.

Untreated Systemic Candidiasis has a mortality rate approaching 100%. Delay in treatment is dangerous and will almost certainly end in death of the patient.Dr. Richard Hurley, London

Once again, if you're experiencing signs of a Candida Albicans Yeast Infection as indicated earlier in this report... consult your health care provider for direction on dietary management and drug treatment.