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CandiGONE for Candida Overgrowth: ǂ

  • Anti-fungal herbs and natural extracts ǂ
  • Graduated 2-part capsule and potent tincture formula
  • Ingredients target the digestive tract, urogenital tract, and more ǂ
  • Supports normal, low levels of yeast in conjunction with the Candida diet ǂ

Advanced Supplement—For Candida Overgrowth

If you’re aware you have a problem with Candida overgrowth, you probably know the varying signs of too much yeast in the body. Maybe you’re not sure you have a yeast overgrowth problem, however. How can you tell if you do and if a yeast cleanse can help?

Candida albicans is normally a benign yeast that exists naturally in the intestinal tract, the skin, and the genitals. At low levels, Candida is harmless. But when it grows out of control and changes to a mycelial or hyphal form (budding form), Candida can wreak havoc on your health.

Just a few of the surprising signs of Candida overgrowth in the body include:

  • Carb cravings. Candida feed on sugar and carbs, making you crave these foods if the body is in a state of yeast overgrowth. That’s right, it isn’t you craving the carbs but your yeast cells. In an overgrown state, Candida is actually a type of parasite.
  • Suppressed immunity. An overgrowth of Candida yeast cells releases immune-suppressing toxins that are absorbed into your bloodstream.
  • Fatigue, brain fog, and depression. Candida ferment sugars in the gut, elevating blood alcohol levels without you ever having to take a drink! Increased blood-alcohol levels can make you fuzzy, tired, and act as a depressant.
  • Digestive issues such as gas, bloating, bad breath, and poor elimination. Candida begins its overgrowth in the gut, the main home for these yeast cells. An overgrowth in the gut gives rise to a whole range of digestive issues that just don’t go away because the important intestinal balance has been disturbed.
  • Vaginal, urogenital, and bladder issues. Once Candida has colonized in its harmful form in the gut, it then spreads to other areas of the body. This spreading gives rise to further harmful colonization in the bladder, kidneys, and genital organs.
  • Muscle aches, headaches, and acne. These signs of an influx of Candida are also due to the toxins overgrown Candida releases. Toxins play a big part in how well you feel overall, or how poorly.

What Feeds Candida Overgrowth?

Candida overgrowth is far more common than most of us realize. Unfortunately, the average American diet supports Candida in a big way. Factors such as stress, medications, toxic metal exposure, dysbiosis (an imbalance of good vs. bad bacteria in the digestive system), and an upset intestinal pH also contribute to Candida growing out of control.

A big factor in yeast overgrowth (and in recovering from yeast overgrowth) is diet. Candida needs sugar to survive and it gets it from simple carbs and sugar present in so many of the foods we eat.

Along with a Candida cleanse, ridding the body of excess yeast depends heavily on diet. Here are the short lists of foods to avoid and foods to include in your Candida diet. NOTE: you should follow this diet for at least 3 months to rebalance your health and you should read ingredient panels completely to ensure you aren’t getting any yeast-feeding foods.

The Candida Diet No-No Foods:

  • Sugars and artificial sweeteners: sugar, honey, fructose, molasses, maple syrup, corn syrup, etc.
  • Grains: bread, oats, pastas, anything containing wheat, corn, and any grains except for gluten-free grains millet, buckwheat, and kamut which are permitted after a couple of weeks.
  • Fruits and fruit juice: exceptions to this include granny smith apples, grapefruit, and strawberries, blueberries, and blackberries. Still, no fruit juice as it has a higher sugar content than the permitted whole fruits.
  • Yeast and mold-containing foods: breads, crackers, beer, wine, vinegars, soy sauce, pickles, green olives, dry roasted nuts (choose raw nuts), peanuts, mushrooms, and cheese
  • Dairy products: exceptions to this include a little bit of butter, plain yogurt, and plain kefir.
  • Smoked foods: pickled or smoked/dried meat, fish, and poultry

So, what can you eat? The diet is restrictive, but it is also full of so many healthy foods it will leave you feeling nourished, revitalized, light, and full of energy.

The Candida Diet Yes Foods:

  • Sweeteners: Lo han and stevia, both natural sugar substitutes
  • Grains: gluten free grains (after a couple of weeks eliminating ALL grains from the diet) including millet, quinoa, wild and brown rice, amaranth, buckwheat, arrowroot, sorghum, teff, flax, and nut flours.
  • Vegetables: all non-starchy veggies raw and steamed
  • Dairy substitutions: rice, hemp, and almond milk
  • Protein: lean meats (not smoked), fish, sprouted and soaked beans/nuts
  • Beverages: water and herbal/green tea

How a Candida Cleanse Can Help

A Candida cleanse using anti-fungal herbal extracts and ingredients helps to rebalance yeast levels in the body along with a yeast cleansing diet. ǂ

  • Natural caprylic acid plus neem, oregano, orange peel, olive leaf, clove, pau d’arco, and peppermint act as anti-fungals in the body. ǂ
  • Uva ursi and barberry work to support the bladder and urinary tract that may be targeted by yeast. ǂ
  • Garlic bulb, and grapefruit seed support immunity, which is impacted by excess yeast. ǂ

CandiGONE cleanse is taken in graduated doses as both a capsule and a tincture over a one-month period. The cleanse may be repeated in conjunction with the Candida diet if you suspect a lingering overgrowth. Rebalancing the body after a yeast imbalance will take months, but these are months well spent when it means regaining your health.