It's The Yeast You Can Do Candida And Your Immune System
Delight Gluten Free|November/December 2019
It's The Yeast You Can Do Candida And Your Immune System
There is strong evidence that systemic fungal infections—those that affect the organs and tissues of the body—have increased dramatically in both frequency and severity in recent years due to the human immunodeficiency virus epidemic as well as the widespread availability and overuse of antibiotics. It is therefore imperative that we understand how to help the body protect itself from yeast infections like Candida albicans.
Leon Chaitow, Do, Nd

Candida is a member of the Saccharomycetes class in the kingdom Fungi. Yeast lives practically everywhere on the planet and can derive its nutrients from most organic sources. This means that anything that is or has been alive can support yeast. Given the right conditions for growth and replication, yeast is capable of almost explosive growth.

Candida lives inside everyone, aiding nutrient absorption and digestion. It seldom takes over the entire body, but when it does the consequences are horrific. It can only achieve such a disproportionate state if the environment for its growth is excellent, and if the defense mechanisms of the body are severely compromised or absent.


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November/December 2019