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Candida Cleanse

Posted by Candidiasis on Sep 28, 2011 10:46:54 PM

A Candida cleanse can be one of the best ways to treat the fungal infection known as candidiasis.  This infection happens when candida albicans, a single cell yeast usually found in humans, begins to rapidly multiply and grow in great numbers.  It interrupts the normal balance of good bacteria in the body.  There are many different causes of this infection, such as eating a high sugar diet, using too many antacids, taking oral contraceptives or antibiotics, or overusing vaginal douches or detergents.


Candidiasis hits different parts of the body.  It can strike the skin's surface or the lining of the intestines.  The infection starts in the colon and other parts involved in the digestive process since waste builds up.  The colon is the place where the highest levels of waste after digestion is dumped before it is excreted out of the body.  When there is a backup of fecal matter, it can become trapped in the intestine's folds, where it can stay for years.  The trapped waste becomes a breeding ground for Candida.  As it grows in number, it enters the bloodstream and emits toxins that cause symptoms of candidiasis like rashes, oral thrush, and nail infections.  The rashes normally thrive in the moistest parts of the body and are usually painful and itchy.


Benefits of Candida Cleanse


Most people detox the body through colon cleansing or liver cleansing.  A "Candida cleanse" heals the body from infection and removes bacteria in the intestines.  It is an effective way to restore the body's balance of flora to maintain normal digestive function.  It is best for those who experience bloating, diarrhea, or bloating on a regular basis.  People who practice regular detox their bodies, often feel invigorated and refreshed.  It is considered a safe way to maintain good digestive health along with getting rid of harmful toxins.



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