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Candida can mess you up pretty bad, especially if you have had an overgrowth for a number of years. Please let me explain more.

Right. We’ve got a question here from somebody over in Japan. I do get people from Japan and Taiwan and Asia, all those countries. “Can Candida create havoc in your digestive system if you’ve had it for a while?” It can create major havoc if you’ve had it for a while. Serious havoc. You can get a lot of food allergies and food sensitivities. You can get major gas and bloating. Lots of fatigue and digestive discomfort. You can get serious constipation and diarrhea.

The thing also that Candida will do is it’s going to create a problem with the beneficial bacteria. It’s going to set off inflammatory responses. It’s going to help to alter the pH of the gut and that is going to allow other bacteria to come in and form micro colonies. They will form these micro colonies and then they’ll create even further havoc. They’ll create by products. They’ll set up reactions with your immune function. These reactions will go further and make you feel quite sick and toxic.

Candida can make you serious sick in your digestive system. For many years, doctors said it was a load of crap that Candida couldn’t live in gut. It didn’t create problems. But if you go now to Pub Med or MBAR or EMBASE or CNAM, look at any of these databases, you’re going to find a ton of research validating the work I’ve been doing. A lot of doctors and scientists now know that Candida can create serious problems in the gut. It used to be if it gets in the bloodstream and makes you sick, but it’s a normal part of the bowel flora. We know it is for about 20 percent of people. But in some cases, it really overgrows and takes over and make them very, very sick.

Assessment with stool testing and then appropriate treatment is what I recommend with Candida.

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