Systemic Candida Blog


Greetings. It's New Zealand naturopath, EricBakker, author of Candida Crusher. Thanks so much for checking out my tutorial. I'm goingto talk now about how you can cure Candida in one hour. What do you think about that?This is a sequel to quot;How to Cure Candida in 24 hours.quot; I think it was 24 hours or 7 days.I did another similar tutorial with a very short defined time on curing Candida and I got kickedin the ass when I did this tutorial. Kicked in the ass. I've had all this hate mail and fanmail and awful email comments. In fact, I've disabled comments on that tutorial and I'm goingto disable comments on this tutorial. This is not switch and bait. I did not dothis tutorial to give you any kind of false promise.

In fact, let me read out some interestingstuff here. I found an interesting website that says not to use these seven particularterms on any kind of tutorial or blog or article regarding health or medicine. Cure, miracle,breakthrough, promising, dramatic, hope, or you are a victim. These aren't really goodwords to use at all when it comes to tutorials. I just looked at two tutorials on YouTube regardingcuring Candida that use the word quot;cure.quot; Now, you're only going to find me using that wordtwice on YouTube. With this tutorial and the other promise that I gave you that we cancure it very quick. If you're watching this tutorial thinking thatyou can get rid of your Candida in one hour,

then you are a sucker because it isn't goingto happen. quot;Former yeast infection sufferer reveals the only holistic system in existencethat will show you how to permanently cure your yeast infection,quot; 22,798 viewers. Whata load of crap. Next one, quot;Cure Candida yeast infection guaranteed.quot; And I watched thisparticular gentlemen speaking who said there are three causes of Candida and these arethe three prime causes, leaky gut is the number one cause. Second one is excessive alcoholconsumption, and a third one is too much phosphorus in food. I don't really think so, 11,060 viewers,not bad. I suspect this tutorial is going to get a lotof views mainly because there are a lot of

suckers out there who believe that they canget rid of Candida in 60 minutes of less. Now, why do you think I'm wearing black? I'mwearing black because it's the opposite of white. I didn't want to wear a white coatand look like a total idiot. I hate people who wear white coats doing tutorials on healthwith stethoscopes wrapped around them. I've got a stethoscope. I could put that aroundmy neck if it might make you feel like I'm a bit more medical. There, I can do that foryou, but it doesn't look good on black, does it? It looks quite stupid, so I won't do it.White coats look dumb on the internet as far as I'm concerned. It's got nothing to do withhealing. Maybe it shows up blood more if you're

performing surgery on someone. I don't knowwhy they wear these white coats. White coats, hypertension, have you heard of it, gettingblood pressure when you go to the . That's why I'm wearing black because it'sthe opposite of white. There is no way you're going to get rid ofCandida in one hour. And there is no way you're going to get rid of it in seven days. It'san overgrowth. It's an imbalance. It's caused because of some kind of a faulty mode of living.Eating and living is in imbalance. Imbalances take time to correct. Any kind of imbalancetakes time because you've got a lot to learn. You need to learn a lot about how to live,how to eat, many different things need to

be taught to someone with a big imbalance.So if you really think that you can cure Candida in one hour, then you just got sucked in.Thank you for watching this tutorial.

Antibiotics Cause Candida Part 1

Antibiotics Cause Candida – Part 1There are many mechanisms which cause the transformation of the yeast form of Candidainto its fungal form. One of the ones that we see on a daily basis, and the one whichI think is the main cause of the transformation of the yeast to the fungal form of Candidais the use of antibiotics. Antibiotics, whether directly taken into thebody, or indirectly through foods, will assist in the development of fungal pathogenic Candidain the body. That happens through several different mechanisms. Since the introductionof antibiotics in the late 1940s, research showed that there are certain antibioticsthat possibly directly stimulated this conversion

of the yeast to fungal form.Through research since the late 1940s and early ‘50s and ‘60s, we know that thishappens through a variety of different mechanisms. When you take an antibiotic in the body, whatwe know is antibiotic means antibiotic is against life. It destroys life, life in theform of bacteria. Antibiotics are specifically designed to destroy bacteria as opposed tofungus and yeast and parasites and viruses within the tissues. So as you destroy thebacteria in the digestive system, you will destroy, basically, what we call “good�and “bad� bacteria. The reality is they may all be good, in termsthat they coexist in a way that's beneficial

to human health. But there are certain strainswhich we consider to be problematic, pathogenic, and other strains which we think are morebenign, and therefore beneficial, simply because of their presence in the digestive tract.The reality is that they're all beneficial because they've evolved to coexist in sucha way that these bacteria, viruses, mold, parasite, yeast, fungi, derive the nutrientsfrom the foods we eat, and they were able to absorb those nutrients into the body. Sowhen you take an antibiotic, you destroy bacteria, good, bad, however you wanna look at it. Thedestruction of that bacteria creates more of an open terrain for the yeast to grow into,and it does so in its fungal form more rapidly

than it does its yeast form.There are several mechanisms by which the antibiotics will further conversion of theyeast to fungal form of Candida. One of these mechanisms is by destroying the bacteria.It creates space for the fungus to grow into, meaning there's less competition from thebacteria which was previously there. So it's creating an open field, space for the Candidato grow. Another way that this happens is that thebacteria that's in there produces lactic acid, or these acids which help to maintainthe pH of the intestinal tract at an acidic level. At an acidic level, Candida existswithin its yeast form. When it starts to rise

to a more alkaline pH, around the pH of 6.5,that induces transformation of the cell wall membrane of the yeast into its fungal form.So we have creating space by eliminating the bacteria. We have a change of pH by eliminatingthe bacteria which causes acids to maintain an acidic pH. We also have transformationof the yeast cell wall membrane to its fungal form by the effect of, when© Copyright 20102011, All Rights Reserved, Jeffrey S. McCombs, DC Page 118 of 130we destroy these bacteria, they release components from their cell wall membranes and from theinside of them which will also directly stimulate the cell wall membrane of the yeast to convertto its fungal form. So there are a number

of these which we know directly stimulatethe conversion of the yeast to fungus in Candida. In addition to the three other mechanismswhich we previously mentioned, other ways that the yeasttofungal conversion takesplace is eliminating these bacteria. By doing that, we eliminate the antifungal substancesthat these bacteria produce in order to create space for themselves within this ecosystemof the digestive tract. So we eliminate something which would also suppress the yeasttofungalconversion. Also, when you take an antibiotic, you haveimmune system suppression. One of the uses for antibiotics commonly by the medical professionis to give someone an antibiotic as an antiinflammatory.

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