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The Candida: Nutritional Protocol!

Fatigue, headaches, overweight, all have the same reason..

Did you ever have this nasty feeling when your bowel tunes against you, body fatigue continues to pull you down, headache drives out of your hands, you can gain weight, especially around your hips, belly and thighs without any apparent reason?

Guess what, there is a reason.

The Candida overgrowth is causing the above symptoms as a result of gut flora imbalance. This effect occurs due to mutation of the benign yeast form of Candida albicans, inherent to 70 percent of people, into its offending fungal form. Outgrowing the balance, opportunistic Candida releases toxins that erode intestinal lining, spreading through the intestines into the blood—circulating the bloodstream, fungal toxins absorbed by the liver that processes them and expel from the blood. Overloaded with toxins, the liver stores toxins in fat, commonly around hips, belly and thighs. In this way, Candida becomes the main reason for unexplained weight gain.

When load and diet are so hard to get over yourself

Those fat deposits accumulated by Candida toxins are not so easy to deal with. Besides of stress on the immune system, which in response causes the body to crave for each new piece of nearby food, Candida toxins send the false signals to your brain about lowering blood sugar. Thus, overeating and desire for sweets to restore blood sugar levels become a vital necessity for the body, elevating above all the healthy margins. This mind-trick makes any effort to limit yourself in food, especially contain sugar, equal to deadlifting twice your body weight. Moreover, Candida cells include neurotoxins that act as sedatives, causing fatigue, depression and brain fog. Such limbic condition becomes another stumbling block on the way to a healthy lifestyle and exercises to keep the body in shape.

How a harmless yeast colony overgrows into a full-body disaster?

In the normal state, Candida yeasts exist in small colonies under the control of other microorganisms in the intestine. Antibiotics, prescribed to treat a variety of even minor illnesses, affect the immune system as a whole and particularly the intestinal microflora, killing multitude bacteria, which previously have kept Candida yeast colonies under the strict control. Opportunistic Candida starts to grow immediately, and its large concentrations create new fungal forms, which entail the whole chain of severe symptoms.

What thrills, even more, a wrong diet also encourages the Candida albicans to thrive in your body. The contemporary Western diet is abundant with sugar, even the food where you least expect it. Bread, pasta, tortillas, processed food from supermarket, sauces and dressings, all these products blow up an extra portion of sugar in your nutrition. Considering this fact, long-term consumption of high-sugar foods also leads to the overgrowth of Candida into its threatening scales. Add here a prolonged period of stress degrading all body’s defence mechanisms and triggering “fight or flight mode” aligned with a high need to increase blood sugar levels, and it becomes the perfect environment for the Candida overgrowth in a brief moment. Looks like a potential threat, isn’t it?

Competent diagnosis is the key to building a counter-strategy.

An additional barrier in treatment occurs because of the complexity to detect Candida albicans in the early stages of its potential overgrowth. In such circumstances, misdiagnosis leaves you defenseless. The prime key could be found in the accurate tests for Candida sensitivity, which are held together with a specific IgG (immunoglobulin G) food allergy test, as well as the Organic Acids Test designed to evaluate intestinal yeast and bacteria balance.

The first one is IgG (immunoglobulin G) food allergy test, which helps to identify a delayed hypersensitivity reaction on 93 foods, including Asian diet foods. These reactions may appear between hours or even days after eating the offending food and become that trigger provoking majority of chronic health conditions, including Candida overgrowth. Subsequently, the IgG Food Allergy Test allows eliminating problematic food from your diet, thereby having a positive impact on the inhibition of Candida growth. Without a single doubt, identifying Candida sensitivity is the matter most to improve your gut-brain function and recover your gut flora balance.

The second one is Organic Acid Test (OAT), which is aimed to provide a comprehensive metabolic snapshot of your overall health with over 70 markers, including an accurate evaluation of intestinal yeast and bacteria balance. The measurements are based on the analysis of human cellular activity and their by-products, digestion of foods, the gut bacterial and fungal metabolism. The test is able to detect an abnormal correlation between microorganisms of the gut flora, which may indicate a predominance of Candida yeast forms potentially capable of growing into the hazardous fungal forms. As a result, if abnormalities are detected using the OAT, nutritional intervention can balance high levels back to the normal range through the individually tailored nutrition program with all relevant supplements.

Candida has gone too far, and you need to step further.

What would you choose, spend money on unfamiliar pills or healthy foods? Take a bold stance and click the buy button to run “The Candida Nutritional Protocol” in action. The ebook will escort you through every twist and turn on the way of how to control Candida by using a functional nutritional approach as a reliable mean to declare your supremacy over the fungus. “The Candida Nutritional Protocol” is a collection of applicable advice for competent intervention in your diet with a purpose to direct it in a healthy mainstream to get rid of annoying symptoms, such as chaotic fatigue, irritable bowel syndrome, headaches, itching and difficulty in weight loss caused by the Candida albicans.



Chen is a Functional Nutrition expert consultant,  leading authority on weight management, women’s health and gluten sensitivity. She is a clinician, public speaker, educator and Amazon Best Seller author of “What If Gluten Free Is Not Enough – The Balanced Diet”.

Chen uses Functional Nutrition to help you find answers to the root causes of your illness and address the biochemical imbalances that may trigger your health and weight. She uses cutting edge lab testing and design the nutritional program to your specific needs as an individual. Food, supplements, lifestyle changes will have integrated to bring balance

If you are looking for personalized nutritional support, we highly recommended contacting Mor’s Nutrition & More Wellness Center in Cupertino, California today.


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