Posted by Health Hispanica on 5/19/2013 to Digestion
Candida Albican is a type of fungus (single-celled) that is dormant and resides in the genitals and intestinal tract. Once awaken and if left untreated, it can cause serious health symptoms.
Hispanic immigrants and Hispanic Americans in America have had to adapt to fast pace lifestyle. This is why many fast food restaurants have been built in every other corner, to ensure that we don’t skip a meal. How thoughtful. What we find in these fast food restaurants are refined foods, sugars, and caffeine. If we keep up with this western diet we are going to kill the probiotics (friendly bacteria) in our digestive system and feed the Candida Albicans (It loves sugar!). The end result will be a wide array of symptoms such as obesity, yeast infection, memory loss, food allergies, gastrointestinal complications, headaches, nail/foot fungus, arthritis, depression, acne, diabetes and much more.
Other than eating a refined foods/high-sugar diet, continuously taking antibiotics and contraceptives can also cause Candida Albicans. Factors that may also contribute are stress and a weak immune system. This fungus has no special preference. It will attack men, women of any age, as well as children.
Fortunately, Natura-Genics® has come to the rescue. They have formulated a product that targets the Candida Albicans. Anti-Candida Complex™ has a unique combination of 17 ingredients: enzymes, minerals, and herbs such as pau d’ arco and black walnut to target and combat candidiasis. For outstanding results, you may combine it with Garlic 3000™. Garlic helps reduce the infecting organism. Also, Cell Forte™ has properties to help strengthen the immune system, since stress weakens the immune system and Candia Albicans thrives under this environment. Vagiderma™, feminine care soap, is suggested if there is a vaginal infection due to Candida Albicans.
In order to achieve optimum health you have to discipline yourself by eating healthy (living foods), exercising regularly, drinking plenty of water, resting, as well as taking the recommended supplements. If you eat healthy you’re protecting the probiotics (friendly bacteria) that dwell in the intestines which keeps the Candida Albicans under control.
References: Briceno, L. M. (2001). Las Herramientas Del Cuerpo. In L. M. Briceno, Las Herramientas Del Cuerpo (pp. 85-93). Collierville: Instant Publisher. (2010). In P. A. Balch, Prescription for nutrional healing (p. 263-266). Canada: Penguin Goup.
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