Complete Candida Yeast Guidebook: Everything You Need to Know about Prevention, Treatment, & Diet
Have you ever taken antibiotics, steroid drugs, or birth control pills?
Do you crave sweets, chocolate, breads, milk, or alcoholic beverages?
Do you suffer from headaches, allergies, muscle aches, digestive problems, fatigue, depression, anxiety, skin disorders, PMS, menstrual problems, or frequent yeast infections?
Are you bothered by tobacco smoke, perfume, chemical odors, or smog and other pollutants?
If you answered yes, you may be suffering from an overgrowth of common yeast, orCandida albicans. More than 75 percent of adults suffer some form of overgrowth, which can manifest as vaginal yeast infections, headaches, muscle aches, or general tiredness and low-energy. Though more evident in women, Candida yeast problems are prevalent in adults and children of both sexes.Most people can completely eliminate their problems by simple lifestyle changes and healthier eating habits.Complete Candida Yeast Guidebookprovides a holistic approach to preventing and overcoming Candida yeast problems.
Because diet is crucial to yeast management, Jeanne Marie Martin supplies a thorough, complete, and enjoyable eating plan, plus more than 200 delicious recipes. Included are options for vegans, vegetarians, and meat-eaters alike, as well as suggestions for irresistible salads, dressings and sauces, main dishes, soups, drinks, snacks, and breakfasts that will not encourage yeast growth.
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