Candida; How Can You find a Safe Way Out?

WHAT IS IT?

Every person lives in a virtual sea of microorganisms, (bacteria, viruses, fungi, etc.). These microbes can reside

Candida in the form ot Thrush

in the throat, mouth, nose, intestinal tract, almost anywhere; they are as much a part of our bodies as the food we eat. Usually, these microorganisms do not cause illness, unless our resistance becomes lowered.

Candida albicans is a yeast that lives in the mouth, throat, intestines and genitourinary tract of most humans and is usually considered to be a normal part of the bowel flora (the organisms that coexist with us in our lower digestive tract). It is actually a member of a broader classification of organisms known as fungi.

Traditionally fungi are considered plants, but they contain no chlorophyll and cannot make their own food. Fungi tend to inhabit cool to tropical climates and are found in the air we breathe as well as in moist and shady soil, water, manure, dead leaves, fruit, leftover food, and in a wide variety of places and circumstances.

Almost Every American has Candida

Candidia's "Viscious Cycle"

Candida albicans prefers people. Candida enters newborn infants during or shortly after birth. Usually, the growth of the yeast is kept in check by the infant’s immune system and thus produces no overt symptoms. But, should the immune response weaken, the condition known as oral thrush can occur as a result. By six months of age, 90% of all babies test positive for candida. And by adulthood, virtually all humans play host to Candida albicans and are thus engaged in a life-long relationship.

ANTIBIOTICS and SULFA DRUGS

  • Probably the chief culprit of all, antibiotics kill all bacteria.
  • They do not distinguish good bacteria from bad.
  • Antibiotics kill the “good” flora which normally keeps the candida under control.
  • This allows for the unchecked growth of candida in the intestinal tract.

It is normally difficult to recover a yeast culture from bodily surfaces. However, after 48 hours of taking tetracycline, yeast can be cultured easily from anyone.

The prevalence today of candida may be most directly related to the widespread societal exposure to antibiotics

From prescriptions for colds, infections, acne, and from additional consumption of antibiotic-treated foods such

Antibiotics and more antibiotics

as meats, dairy, poultry and eggs. Notably, antibiotics do not kill viruses; they only destroy bacteria. Yet, they are universally prescribed for all colds, flus and other viral problems. Such indiscriminate and extensive use of antibiotics is not only considered a primary cause of candida overgrowth, but is recently being found to be responsible for the unbridaled development of “killer bacteria.” The rapid and direct proliferation of the yeast following antibiotic use strongly suggests that the problem of candida is one which stems from an inner state of imbalance, rather than from an outside attack by a microbe or disease. This is a very important point to understand if one wishes to get rid of an overgrowth problem, suggesting that candida is not so much a problem as is the body’s own failure to control it!

Candida is a VERY Serious Problem

Once begun, if not recognized and treated appropriately, candida overgrowth can result in a self-perpetuating, negative cycle. Large numbers of yeast germs can weaken the immune system, which normally protects the body from harmful invaders. Even though candida is part of the ecological balance in the body since birth, it is

Candida can be life-threatening

still recognized by the immune system as a foreign body that needs to be controlled. So, when overgrowth occurs, a chronic stimulation to the immune system results — every second, every minute, every hour, every day, every month, every year — in an attempt by the immune system to regain control. In time, it is believed that this can exhaust the immune system, predisposing one to more serious degenerative processes. Many believe chronic drains on the immune system such as candida and parasites can play a direct role in the development of cancer and AIDS. Seen in this light, candida overgrowth should not be taken lightly.

The immune system may concurrently be also adversely affected by poor nutrition, heavy exposure to molds in the air, as well as an increasing number of chemicals in our food, water and air, including petrochemicals, formaldehyde, perfumes, cleaning fluids, insecticides, tobacco and other indoor and outdoor pollutants. Over 10,000 chemicals have been added to our food supply alone that were not there just 100 years ago! We do not have the genetic recognition of these substances as foods or as useful additions to our bodies.

Resulting lowered resistance may not only cause an overall sense of ill health, but also may allow for the development of respiratory, digestive and other systemic symptoms. One may also become predisposed to developing sensitivities to foods and chemicals in the environment. Such “allergies” may in turn cause the membranes of the nose, throat, ear, bladder and intestinal tract to swell and develop infection.

Such conditions may lead the physician to prescribe a “broad spectrum” antibiotic . . . which may then further promote the overgrowth of candida and strengthen the existing negative chain of events, leading to further stress on the immune system and increased candida -related problems.

PHARMACEUTICAL CONCLUSIONS

Truly yeast-free diets — or people — are both impossible to come by. They can only be totally avoided in the diet

Vaginal Candida infection can be painful and destroy marriages

by eating solely fresh dairy, meat, fish and peeled fresh fruits and vegetables. From a practical standpoint, this is neither feasible nor necessary. Total elimination of yeast from the body is also neither feasible nor desirable, considering that yeast are very likely beneficial to the body when a proper balance exists. Treatment of candida overgrowth does not seek the eradication of candida from the diet or the person, but rather a restoration of the proper and balanced ecological relationship between man and yeast.

Candida albicans, if uncontrolled, may indeed pose a serious threat to health and well-being. Another perspective, however, may view candida as a kind of “early warning system!” Candida in a well-balanced body chemistry is merely a part of a greater environmental whole which very likely provides some benefit to the host with whom it coexists. It is only when the body chemistry develops imbalance and the immune system is compromised as a result, that overgrowth, becomes a problem to be reckoned with. It is a signal to us that drugs, foods or other forms of distress have significantly weakened our defenses and undermined our good health. Viewed from this perspective, the presence of the “early warning signals” afforded us by Candida albicans , may actually allow for the avoidance of future disaster!

The Most Common Symptoms of Candida

Gas/bloating Joint pain Adrenal/Thyroid Failure Indigestion
Bad breath Hemorrhoids Diarrhea Ulcers
Anti-social behavior Constipation colitis Lethargic/laziness
Heartburn Suicidal tendencies Intestinal pain Dry mouth
Cold/shaky Depression PMS symptoms Infections
Hyperactivity Irritability Over & under weight Headaches
Mal-absorption Chemical sensitivity Menstrual problems No sex drive
Poor memory Asthma Epstein Bar Virus Muscle aches
Skin rash and hives Diabetes Colds and flu Lupus
Burning eyes Respiratory problems Mood swings Overall bad feeling
Endometriosis Hormonal imbalance Puffy eyes Dry skin and itching
Vaginal yeast infections Bladder infections Thrush/Gum receding Numbness
Premature aging Finger/Toenail fungus Hay fever

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   Lucy    April 8, 2009

“About six months ago, I used a razor that had been left on the shelf inside my shower. Apparently, the hot steamy shower had caused a fungus to grow on my razor. I shaved the lower half of my legs and within a 24 hours, my legs were inflamed, red and very itchy. Every pore in my leg had been seeded with the fungus. It never spread above my knees. Over the months, I must have gone to the Doctor 4 or 5 times and used every medicine he gave me. I was on Steroid pills, antibiotics, creams…you name it. Months went by and it just seem to get worse. At night I would try to sleep but my legs felt as though they had a life of their own. The crawling sensation from the fungus was unbearable. It was not contagious however, because my husband never got it. It was lodged deep in my pores, strictly from using that razor.”

“I finally did some research on the internet and ran across a website called NutraSilver. It was for Morgellons but also said that it can be used for Fungal infections. I was hesitant on trying it because of the price. I was desperate so I placed an order. I first tried it orally for two weeks and did not have luck. I then called the NutraSilver company and he suggested that I use it topically. I first applied it on the spots and after 4 days or so, it started going away. However, I had to end up covering my entire lower legs in NutraSilver® to keep the Fungus from relocating. It took about 2 full weeks to completely go away, BUT It is gone…And I am so Thankful. What a nightmare!!!! I posted a photo of what my legs looked like before.”

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3 Responses to Candida; How Can You find a Safe Way Out?

  1. Unkown says:

    Hi…
    I dont know if this is where I need to post my question. But I really do hope someone can pass on some advise. My wife has recently been diagnosed with Candida. We got married just over a month ago. We suspect she’s had it for about a year now. The perfect couple we use to be is something of the past. Ive searched the web but can’t find anything about what my role is to try and save whats left of us. It seems with even my best efforts I can’t make her happy. It feels as if she would preffer to not have me around. I can’t remeber the last time we slept in the same bed. There is simply no emotion from her side and she keeps pushing me away and looking for a way to rather be alone. Is there hope or am I fighting a losing battle? I love her to bits but its really starting to take its toll on me. I feel exhausted by trying to keep us together and walking on eggshells on a permanent basis.

    • CareMan says:

      The answers you are looking for can be found here; http://www.nutrasilver.com/candida

  2. CareMan says:

    Get your wife some NutraSilver and have this over in a few weeks. Follow the protocol and her suffering will end and you can continue with a fine marriage. http://www.nutrasilver.com/candida-treatment and http://www.nutrasilver.com/lab-tests/candida will tell you how. NS has a 60 day guarantee so there is nothing to loose.

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