What Are Candida Albicans?
Are you familiar with Candida albicans? It's a yeast overgrowth that happens in our guts.
Many people know about yeast infections, mostly women. However, it's not only for women. There are effects of them when there's an overgrowth, so we will get in places that we will get very itchy, and sometimes there's a foul odor. It is an imbalance in the gut. We need to be balanced- 80% good bacteria and 20% bad bacteria.
It's normal for our bodies, but overgrowth is not normal.
The problem with Candida overgrowth is it will make you crave sugar because it is what feeds it. It's little microorganisms that are craving sugar. If you've ever had the sensation of having an uncontrollable, overwhelming need for sweets throughout the day, you know what I'm talking about. No matter how hard you try or how much your willpower starts in the morning, they're not going to eat sugar, it could be that you have an overgrowth of Candida in your gut.It’s important to find out because it has so many symptoms. Two of these symptoms are fatigue and brain fog.
It’s important to find out because it has so many symptoms. Two of these symptoms are fatigue and brain fog.
The symptoms aren't always about autoimmunity, sometimes it is as simple as a Candida overgrowth. It's usually a couple of segments for two months and can be taken care of most of the time. We uncover a lot of candida overgrowth by doing these food tests. The results of the finger-prick blood test will reveal your gut shape, candida score, and dietary sensitivities. The test will give you information to know the shape of your gut, and what's going on. Although sensitivities change over time, I believe that if you find out which foods are causing your gut to be unhealthy, you will know how to treat them.
We need to notice these inflammations and efforts to reverse all the symptoms you're experiencing.
Symptoms drive inflammation that will cause mood swings. You need to find the reason for those symptoms and remove the root cause.
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