Candida Diet

Diabetes Yeast Infections

Once again the longer a drug is used by more and more people, the more side effects are “discovered”. Diabetes drugs are among the worst for this and can cause a diabetes yeast infection. It is well known that most diabetes drugs can have multiple side effects, some often serious. Among the side for Invokana include low blood pressure, Kidney damage, hypoglycemia, genital infections, and bone fractures. Another popular diabetes drug being advertised on prime time TV is Trulicity. The side effects of this drug include gastrointestinal disturbances, fatigue, abdominal pain, and vomiting, increased risk of thyroid tumors, hypoglycemia, pancreatitis, and renal impairment.

In addition to the many side effects one that is also mentioned is the increased risk of yeast infections. Candida overgrowth is already a major health issue and with more and more drugs contributing to this problem it will become epidemic.

Once someone develops a localized yeast infection such as vaginal or jock itch in men, it’s only a matter of time before it can become systemic, leading to a host of symptoms that often go unnoticed and undiagnosed by physicians. In spite of the many drugs that can cause candida over-growth, the medical profession in general, still denies the widespread problem. Fortunately we have a symptom test you can take to see if you might have a yeast overgrowth, we believe it is the best test for candida.

If present systemic candida can be brought under control with an oral detox formula called the Liquid Daily Oxy Aloe Oral Detox we developed. My suggestion is that you go to the link above and take the test. Once submitted we will review and contact you with our suggestions.

There are many natural supplements you can use to help offset this problem early on such as a good Full Spectrum supplement High Vitality and a powerful probiotic called the best probiotic. More info about the best probiotic for women coming in June so make sure to check back then.

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  1. Dr Whiting

    Those suffering from diabetes are much more likely to develop a systemic yeast problem.. Go to the link above and take our test to see where you score.

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