Candida Albicanis, the most common and difficult to remove type of yeast, occurs naturally in the body in small amounts.
When a person eats lots of glucose and fructose (remember the body turns all sugars, starches, grains, and even fruit into glucose for digestion), it feeds the normally occurring yeasts and parasites and allows them to multiply abundantly.
Some pharmaceuticals, and especially hormonal birth control and antibiotics, can deplete the digestive track of the beneficial bacteria needed to keep yeast and parasites in check, and lead to an overgrowth or infestation.
The body is also host to yeast, which is naturally occurring and not specifically dangerous in proper amounts.
Yeast overgrowth, on the other hand, which is rampant in today’s world, can have a tremendous negative impact on overall health and fertility.
Many people are (unfortunately) familiar with vaginal yeast infections, but these infections are often symptomatic of a much larger body-wide infection.
The most disturbing invaders to our bodies, in my opinion, are parasites, though sadly, most people carry these guys around too.
Studies have found that most people, especially those with chronic diseases and cancer, are host to at least one kind or parasite.
Parasites can range from tiny organisms, visible only by microscope to long tapeworms (several feet long).They can enter the body through food, drink, contact with animals or infected person, or even just skin contact, and parasite infections can last for years.Yeast and parasites can enter the body a variety of ways, depending on the type.You’ve probably heard horror stories of 3 foot tapeworms that cause serious problems for some people, but did you know that most parasites are very tiny and some can only be seen by microscope?Did you know that there is actually a very good chance that you could have a yeast or parasite infestation?The human body is literally crawling with hundreds of strains of yeasts and bacteria.