Candida Diet

Diabetes Candida Albicans

Many researchers have observed a significant increase in both localized and systemic yeast infections in those people suffering from diabetes. The reason for this is likely a bit complex, but accepting the reality of this increased tendency, we can take steps to address this problem and help prevent this condition from arising. First and foremost controlling diabetes through addressing excess blood sugar as well as excess insulin production should be the first step.

Achieving these things however, is often challenging for many people suffering from the disease. It requires strict diet, regular exercise, and in many cases medications. From the candida point of view, we can address the frequency issue by means of cellular detoxification. This is easiest done by increasing the oxygen available to the body either through increased exercise or the use of oxygen donating supplements. Used on a regular basis, these supplements have proven to help address the overgrowth of candida or systemic yeast, making the diabetic far less likely to develop a yeast overgrowth issue. In addition to the use of oxygen donating supplements, using a good digestive support formula will also help since many diabetics suffer from a wide variety of digestive disturbances such as bloating, feelings of fullness, excess gas, heartburn, and even acid reflux.

By increasing the body’s efficiency during the digestive process, we can also help to control candida overgrowth in the intestines. This is important because if left unchecked, the yeast can explosively multiply and eventually spread to the soft tissues of the body, making the condition far more difficult to manage. The good news is that oxygen donating supplements can be beneficial even if the yeast overgrowth has become systemic because oxygen reaches every cell of the body and has a controlling effect upon anaerobic organisms such as Candida Albicans. More info about yeast infections and diabetes coming in July so make sure to check back then.

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  1. Dr Whiting

    We have used this program with many type II diabetics with great success.

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