Candidiasis (systemic yeast infestation)

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Anecdotal observations by John Thomas

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Candidiasis: is a systemic infection of the mouth [usually Candida albicans] that displays a thick, white coating of yeast growth.

The above is the official definition.  However, a more accurate description is system infestation of the body, regardless if the individual has oral thrush [yeast growth] in the mouth or not.

Know if you have yeast issues anywhere i the body, the condition is totally pervasive and you have it everywhere.  Just because you do not suffer from a fungal yeast symptom in a particular part or tissue or organ of the body does NOT mean you do not have a yeast, problem.  Examples are: toenail fungus, ringworm, oral thrush, vaginal/prostate issues.

Overview

Candidiasis is a fungal infection, and yeast is a fungus.

When it presents in the mouth and throat, it is called, thrush.  In the vagina or bladder, it is simply called a yeast infection.

Signs and symptoms include genital itching, burning, and sometimes a white “cottage cheese-like” discharge from the vagina.

Less commonly the penis may be affected, resulting in itching.  When candida is able to navigate to the prostate, prostate inflammation occurs; and if to the testicles, testicular inflammation occurs.

Candida yeast is easily transmitted between people, with or without sexual activity; however, infection is HIGHLY DEPENDENT on toxicity and pH levels of the body’s terrain.

Candidiasis a classic example of systemic infestation of yeast resulting from exposure to or abuse of antibiotics, birth control pills and steroidal medications, including inhalers, supported by a diet high in carbohydrates [sugar, fruit, juices, and soda.

Alcohol falls into a class of  its own because it is PURE MYCOTOXIN and the equivalent of jet fuel for explosive growth of yeast i.e.a yeast bloom.

 

Suggestions

  1. Change your lifestyle and your diet.
  2. Embrace Young Again Club Protocols.
  3. Ask for help and be open to new ideas.

 

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