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Candida likes "sweet"
How can you grow a mushroom? First of all, through "sweet" food and an acidic environment. Candida feeds on simple sugars. It breaks down into carbon dioxide and alcohol, which often results in unpleasant bloating. When he starts to lack "food", he leads to the secretion of a substance that acts like insulin, which causes the affected body to craving and craving for sweet food. Effect? Most often, a person with mycosis can not resist reaching for a caloric snack.
The problem with candidiasis may be the result of an antibiotic treatment that disrupts the natural intestinal microflora.
Candida can give a wide spectrum of symptoms:
- craving for sugar, sweets, wheat,
- loss of appetite or excessive food
- recurrent sinusitis,
- constipation or diarrhea
- problems with concentration,
- stomach ache (especially after eating)
- frequent infections, strep throat
- bleeding gums
- tooth decay
- changes in the corners of the mouth
- skin eruptions,
- restless sleep
- the world around the anus,
How to recognize candidiasis?
To diagnose candidiasis, it is necessary to perform:
- fasting glucose level,
- morphology with smear,
- inflammatory markers OB, CRP,
- general urine test
- stool tests for parasites,
How to treat Candida? Candidiasis diet
Candida treatment is not easy. First of all, it takes time. Also, only a change of diet will get rid of the problem once and for all. Otherwise, recurrence of the disease must be reckoned with as soon as the conditions become more favorable for the growth of the fungus.
First of all, sugar and sweets should be eliminated and all sugar substitutes - agave syrup, maple syrup, etc. should be avoided. Sweet juice and drinks should be discontinued.
During the treatment of ringworm, doctors recommend switching to a gluten-free diet, especially if Candida produces gastrointestinal symptoms. From home methods for mycosis, garlic, pumpkin, aloe, cinnamon, oregano are recommended. It is best, however, to visit an experienced doctor who will recommend a proven drug.
And finally, equally important information: if a child is diagnosed with candidiasis, it is necessary to treat the whole family to prevent secondary infections.