Candida Diet

Candida, Oral Thrush, and Oxygenation

Oral thrush or yeast overgrowth in the mouth is a classic indicator of a systemic candida and yeast overgrowth. Once the yeast is coating the oral cavity it is pretty much a given that it has also entered the upper and lower sinus regions as well. This is one of the most stubborn locations to address due to the location and physiology of the head.

Many people claim that candida is an organism that can morph or adapt to oxygen environments and therefore oxygenation of the body will not eliminate yeast overgrowth. They often use oral thrush as an example saying that the mouth is constantly exposed to the air and hence oxygen and it still thrives very well.

I couldn’t agree more with part of this analogy. The candida organism does indeed have the ability to adapt to some oxygen but the key is “some”. The ability however is very limited and if the oxygen level of the soft tissues is continuously elevated above that threshold the organism simply can no longer adapt and it dies.

This is why our Oxy Flush has been so successful for over 30+ years because of the high levels of oxygen it produces. Keep in mind that oxygen is the universal detoxifying agent and the body’s first line of defense against invading pathogens as well as toxins that enter the interior of the body from the environment.

In virtually every instance the Oxy Flush eliminates oral thrush or yeast just as it does throughout the rest of the body, establishing the fact that candida cannot adapt to high levels of oxygen. More info about yeast diets and why they don’t work coming in September.

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  1. Dr Whiting

    Our 30+ years of experience has taught us that the best way to address candida once it becomes systemic is with oxygenation This safe and easy method has hep[ed many thousands of people during that time eliminate this problem

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