CANDIDIASIS

A stubborn layer of whitish coating on the tongue is a sign you may have intestinal candidiasis. Candida is a fungus that is normally found on the skin, in the mouth/intestines and the genital area. Under normal conditions, its presence does not constitute a problem. However when there is an overgrowth of the fungus, it can coat the tongue and intestinal lining, causing malabsorption of nutrients in food and medications. Overgrowth can also occur in the genitals and skin, resulting in unpleasant symptoms. Repeated use of antibiotics, over consumption of simple sugars and carbohydrates, and general low immunity can encourage candidiasis.

Systemic yeast infection can increase chronic fatigue syndrome, Crohn’s disease, fibromyalgia, Irritable bowel syndrome, allergies, acid reflux, psoriasis, eczema, hives, acne, dandruff and even depression. Candida is difficult to treat and reoccurrence is common. Following bio-energetic testing at Mart-Life Detox Clinic, treatment of candidiasis is aimed at weakening the pathogen’s own survival mechanism and getting on proper nutrition that discourages over- proliferation of the fungus. During our Mayr detoxification programme, you are armed with knowledge that helps you prevent reoccurrence.

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