How To Treat Sinus Candida

The 10 Signs Of Candida And How To Treat Them

Greetings. It's New Zealand naturopath, EricBakker. I'm author of Candida Crusher and formulator of the Canxida range of supplements.Thanks for checking out my tutorial. I've got a fan called prochessplayer. His name is Joshand Josh has asked me a few times now to do a tutorial called the 10 Signs of Candida andhow to treat them, so I'm going to have a go at this, Josh. Thanks for your ongoingsupport and I trust you'll get some good information out of this. I think Josh might live in Canada.I just got that feeling that he's a Canadian person judging from some of the comments Ireceived on YouTube. What I've done, Josh, is I've broken thisdown into different categories. I've got a

few gastrointestinal symptoms. I've got afew genital urinary symptoms, a few ear, nose and throat, a few skin ones and a few centralnervous systems. Because there are so many different signs and symptoms of Candida, I'mnot going to go into all of the different signs and symptoms of Candida. I'm just goingto really pick on 10 of the most common presentations that I would see in the , then I'm goingto explain a little bit about some of the best ways to treat these particular kindsof symptoms. Bear in mind that when you've got a yeastinfection, it's good, obviously, if it's a bad symptom to get symptom relief, but you'rebetter off really treating the condition as

a whole in terms of lifestyle and diet asI've explained in Candida Crusher. The quiz that we have created at yeastinfection also will give you a very good idea on how severe the yeast infection really is and itwill also show the different kinds of signs and symptoms as you grow through the screens.A lot of those signs and symptoms on that quiz I'm going to talk about here right nowon this tutorial. The first three signs and symptoms reallyrelate to gastrointestinal, so GI or gut issues tend to be some of the most common thingsthat people talk to me about when it comes to a yeast infection. Yeast tend to ferment.They love sugar. They cause fermentation and

that naturally causes bloating and gas, whichis probably one of the most common symptoms I hear people talking about is abdominal issues.It could be pain. It could be gas. It could be bloating. It could be farting. It couldbe lots of burping. We get that occasionally with people if they tend to get a lot of yeastin the upper part of the gut. Yeast can also thrive in the stomach, the small intestine,the large intestine, in the junction between the small and large intestine. Yeast havebeen known to flourish throughout the digestive system, so it's quite a fallacy to believethat they just live in the colon or the large intestine. They can live anywhere in the gut.They'll thrive anywhere. Especially if they

find a good sugar source or a nutrient sourceand a lack of opposing beneficial bacteria. Lots of gas and bloating is number one. Agood way obviously to treat that is to cut back immediately on the kind of foods thatcan promote gas and bloating, so sugars in your diet, fruits in your diet, take awayfood in your diet. In the Candida Crusher book, I talk about the sevenday inductiondiet before you actually start going into and get serious with the threestage CandidaCrusher diet will try to do what I call quot;warm turkey.quot; That's very appropriate coming outof Christmas to talk about the warm turkeys. Cold turkey is not that pleasant. Cold turkeymeans you stop things right away. Warm turkey

means that you have a sevenday period ofgrace before you cut the crap out of your diet, so just gently over a sevenday periodtake foods out. Swap over to a fresh, clean kind of a diet. That's what I call the quot;warmturkeyquot; approach and that immediately is going to help cut back on gas and bloating.What about if you have gas and bloating now and you've got a perfect diet? Well, you mightwant to take some digestive enzymes and some probiotics. I've created a product calledCanxida Restore, which is perfect for gas and bloating. So the Canxida Restore productyou can get at Canxida . You would take two or three of these per day and that's goingto help significantly with the gas and bloating

Are Sinus Infections Related To Candiida Yeast Infections

Hi There. It's New Zealand naturopath, EricBakker. I'm the author of a book called Candida Crusher and I'm the formulator of a rangeof products called Canxida. Thanks for checking out this tutorial today. I've got a questionhere from a lady called Jill Wence from San Bernardino. San Bernardino sounds like somewherein Italy, but I think it's in California somewhere. A lot of San places like San Jose in California.Jill is asking me the question, quot;Eric, are sinus infections related to yeast?quot;This is a great question, Jill, and something I can certainly talk to you about. There isdefinitely a link between sinus infections, particularly chronic sinus infections, andCandida. Acute sinus infections are more often

than not bacterial, but the chronic ones oftenhave a relationship with what we call AFS or allergic fungal sinusitis.Let's talk a little bit about sinusitis in general. sinusitis is a condition that hugeamounts of patients have contacted me for over the years. I think the Mayo didsome research with a group of about 210 patients and they found that 96 percent of these peoplethey could culture three or more strains of a yeast from the mucous of 96 percent of 210people. That's a lot of people and a lot of different kinds of fungal strains. There isdefinitely a relationship there with the fungus and chronic sinusitis. And of course, if yougo the Web MD or a website like that, the

first kind of treatment they're going to recommendis antibiotics, which is pretty dumb because antibiotics will make you more susceptibleto getting Candida. Many of my patients with chronic sinusitis have had one or more roundsof antibiotics. That's a pretty dumb thing to do is actually take an antibiotic for sinusitis.If you've got chronic sinusitis, don't take an antibiotic because you'll just make surethat it stays longer and the yeast strains become more virile.There are different ways you can treat yourself with sinus infections, but probably one ofthe most important things you can do is to look at a Candida cleansing approach likethe Candida Crusher diet, the threestage

diet. That's going to help you significantly.And also look at different kinds of products that are going to help you, a good antifungal,a good probiotic enzyme, so check out my website Canxida . That will give you some ideaon the kind of things that I make. But you can really help yourself a lot overcomingchronic sinusitis by strengthening your immune system and by using essential oils, changingyour diet. There are many different things that you can do. Check out yeastinfection .There is some good information on there as well about sinusitis and yeast infection.Treating yourself locally is important and the best way to get over a chronic sinus infectionis to holistically look at diet and lifestyle

and some supplements and using some essentialoils. Another suggestion I give patients often is using a neti pot or using a situation,it could be a plastic bottle you could get from the chemist with a little silicone tipto squirt water up the nose, suck it in and spit it out the back of the throat. You canget little ideated? pots that will do that with saline rinses. They will help to a degree,too. When you have got chronic sinusitis, you needto make significant diet changes. We certainly take out all the allergy forming foods fromsomeone's diet, particularly cow's milk and dairy products, alcohol, chocolate, peanuts,oranges, bananas, those are some of the key

foods we remove and we make sure that thehouse is well ventilated and that the patient is living in a mold free environment. Manypeople have got mold in their environment and that can create a big problem for a recurringallergic fungal sinusitis. The other tip I'll give you with chronic sinusitisor recurring is to get your teeth checked out in case you've got root canals or problemson the upper teeth that can affect the maxillary sinus and cause a recurring chronic sinusitis,which I myself suffered from for seven years until I had a root canal, a tooth removedand the sinusitis disappeared within 14 days. That could be another one of the causes ofchronic sinusitis.

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