There are many forms of yeast and fungal overgrowth that can affect the human body. One of the most obvious and noticeable is fungus under and around the nails. This can occur primarily on the toes but also on the hands of some individuals. At our research center we have found that the use of such agents as sodium bicarbonate and oxygen in the form of hydrogen peroxide applied directly to the nails, can often eradicate the fungal issues without the need for potential side effect drugs. Once the initial fungus is under control it is important to nourish the body so it can be strong and respond to these opportunistic microbes without falling victim to them. One of the best ways to keep your body strong is by using a good full-spectrum multivitamin mineral formula that provides the 100+ nutrients that we know the human body needs on a daily basis as well as a regular body cleanse.
Recently the current fad seems to be apple cider vinegar. While this is an ideal way to adjust the pH of your digestive system, especially the stomach, apple cider vinegar is not unfortunately, a cure-all. It will do very little to arrest or prevent fungal growths inside or outside the body. Since most fungus overgrowths are anaerobic in nature the use of hydrogen peroxide seems to be a safe and logical approach when used topically on the nail bed. More info about apple cider vinegar yeast infection treatments coming in July so make sure to check back then.
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