Treatment guidelines – Candida Overgrowth
Misdiagnosis & incorrect treatments can lead to long term misery… so be aware!
Candidiasis or Candida Albicans, as it is more commonly referred to, is not fully acknowledged in mainstream medicine as a significant disease or infection. The result is that this yeast infection is often misdiagnosed due to symptom overlaps.
First – here’s how NOT to treat Candida!
When you are recommended a treatment for Candida, be careful you have not prescribed the same drugs that could have caused your Candida Overgrowth in the first place – this may seem strange but it does happen, and often too.
This is how this can happen – because the symptoms of Candida Albicans overlap with other GI Tract disorders and can easily be mistaken for the symptoms of ulcers and H.pylori, this may lead your physician to prescribe a “broad spectrum” antibiotic. This may then further feed the overgrowth of Candida, which then leads to further stress on the immune system and an increase Candida-related problems.
Recommended Candida Treatment
First, make sure you get a proper diagnosis! Currently, diagnosis is clinical, combined with a blood test. Since almost everyone has Candida in their bodies, tests for its presence need to be specific and include testing for C. krusei and C. tropicalis.
When you are diagnosed with Candida, you can start your treatment by avoiding the following foods;
- SUGAR and SIMPLE CARBOHYDRATES – such as those found in all sweetened food including the use of honey, molasses, sorghum, maple syrup, sugar, fructose, maltose, dextrose, corn syrup, etc.
- YEAST PRODUCTS – such as beer, wine, yeast leavened bread, natural B vitamins, brewer’s yeast
- FERMENTED and MOLD FOODS – such as mushrooms, cheese, vinegar, mustard, catsup, relish and other condiments made with vinegar.
How can you get rid of Candida?
To effectively treat Candida overgrowth there are three objectives;
- INHIBITING CANDIDA – To inhibit, Candida, or “even the odds,” so to speak, the first part of the treatment is to systematically kill off the Candida. This can take up to 2 months of treatment. Note that there is no such thing as a quick fix for Candida.
- REINTRODUCING GOOD FLORA – Good Probiotic must also be taken for 3 consecutive months. This is required to re-introduce good flora so that the ratio of good vs bad bacteria is able to sustain a stable balance of flora for optimum health.
- RESTORING BALANCE – Seeking the advice of a Nutritionist who is able to determine your Metabolic Type is very important step in your recovery process, particularly for sustaining good health in the future. Starving the yeast is one thing, but starving the patient or unbalancing the biochemistry at the same time can only be weakening to the immune system and therefore counter-productive.
Keeping a balanced perspective!
Truly yeast-free diets, or people, are both impossible to come by. They can only be totally avoided in the diet by eating solely fresh dairy, meat, fish and peeled fresh fruits and vegetables.
From a practical standpoint, total elimination of yeast from the body is also neither feasible nor desirable, considering that yeast is very likely beneficial to the body when a proper balance exists.
Truly effective treatment of Candida overgrowth does not seek the total eradication of Candida from the diet or the person…but rather a restoration of a proper and balanced ecological relationship between man and yeast.
Candida Overgrowth cannot be dealt with quickly, it is a long and slow process – no matter what!
Because of the rapid regrowth of this infection, and also the relative difficulty of the dietary requirements, Candida syndrome can last for quite some time. More severe cases can take up to 6 months to clear.
Get the key to a safe and proven treatment here…
As hard as it seems, it is entirely possible to get rid of Candida Overgrowth naturally and effectively. To get the key to a proven treatment method simply download this Special Report now! It is easy to read and contains all you need to know.