Chronic Candida: The Silent Killer

June 24, 2019

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Candida is a yeast that occurs naturally in the human mouth and intestines. In small amounts,
this natural fungus can aid in nutrient digestion and absorption, but an overgrowth can damage the intestinal lining and release toxic byproducts directly into the circulatory system. If not addressed quickly, Candida overgrowth can become chronic and lead to fungal skin infections, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, autoimmune disease, brain fog, mood swings, vaginal infections, and even seasonal allergies. However, the most damaging aspect of a Candida overgrowth is the fact that it can puncture holes through the intestinal lining.

Due to the nature of yeast, Candida grows roots like a tree as it spreads. These roots can tear through the intestinal wall looking for food which results in a hyper-permeable intestinal lining.

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