I have had vaginal yeast infections for years. Eventually came down with intestinal candida - tired, bloated, hungry all the time and losing weight. Treated five years ago and 7 months ago via Candi-gone and diet. Now I have a vaginal yeast infection and I believe candida again.
When the yeast levels are high throughout the body life sucks! I have had this experience myself - for months on end - with no relief from traditional medicine. I finally have results using Yeast Gard - homepathic lin eof products: suppositories, cream and capsuals. ALSO absolutely do a cleansing diet: meat, fish, chicken, TONS OF vegetables and grapefruit for about 6 weeks. You can have small amounts of lentils and chick peas / garbanzo beans. - Eat no dairy (except a bit of unsweetened "live" yogurt) NO processed foods, coke, diet coke, slurpees, candy, cakes, etc. NO sugar, alchohol, caffeine, peanuts, white foods, such as potatoes, rice bread. Eat no wheat / yeast products. NO sugar hidden in any food. Stay away from carrots, corn and sweet potatoes as well, and beets for the six weeks. After six weeks add lentils, brown rice, oatmeal, yogurt, rice bread, almonds and other nuts, also any fruit - go easy on bananas. Stick with this for six weeks. You will be more healthy than you have ever been in your life and will have lost about 10 - 15 pounds!! : ) . -- Then pretty much eat this way forever!! ALSO take Brewer's Yeast (tablets at GMC) Acidopholis, and other vitimans. Take Activated Charcol 30 mins after eating and throughout day for the first three weeks or so to avoid the painful sides of detox. -- There is asiliva test to do at home for the signs of yeast (candida) overgrowth. Men and women can have it. Even without signs of vaginal yeast infection it can be there. -- Can go until the point at which our hearts give out!!! Google it for more information! AMAZING - Take your health into your hands!! : )
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