Using Yogurt for Yeast Infection Treatment
How to use yogurt for yeast infectiontreatment? yeast infection called also as candlevaginitis is a kind of infection attacks around the vagina the vagina in fact hasits own ability to give the best protection from the fungal howeversometimes the amount of it are not balanced because of stress for the useof antibiotics it makes the overpopulation of microorganism and itbecomes out of control when the yeast infection comes you can try to kill itout you can use yogurt in it however the research about yogurt foryeast infection is limited
you do not need to worry about believeit because some evidence reveals the truth How it work? yogurt that contain lactobacillusacidophilus can help you to prevent and treat this disease when the populationof the canada is over control the LH esophagus can restore the condition inits area to be controllable anymore it is because of this bacteria is one ofcanada's friends the LH esophagus produces lactic acid and it keeps thevagina is ph level keep low and it is
not suitable to Canada yogurt for yeastinfections can give you the maximum result if you apply it correctly youjust need to apply the yogurt directly on your vagina sure you need to makesure your vagina is clean and your hand to apply it is also clean you can stayat naked for a while so that the component in the yogurt can work welland absorb well to the detected area how How to use yogurt for yeast infection? if you want to try this method it is better for you to use the plane or the unsweetenedyogurt remember the triggers Canada's favorite food so that you should avoidanything contained with sugar the
healthy diet with low sugars low fatsand low processed foods is a great way to keep the vagina healthy the amount ofthe yogurt for yeast infection is around the table spoon in its dose it can kill the canada inyour vagina you may trust this way to solve youryeast infection problem especially because of this method is inexpensive ithas a low risk of side effects it is also will not make a bacterialresistance as an antibiotic it is safer than using the antibiotics yogurt foryeast infection still becomes the
simpler choice for you however you have to be patient inapplying this method it is because of the work of this method which containsfull of natural ingredients before you go to the pharmacy in a hurry it is better to try this method firstthe last choice if it does not work is you can put the topical or oralantifungal to solve this infection however it is the best thing for you toprevent them treat start to keep the vaginal area clean and keep your hygieneis to change the underwear twice a day
at least and choose the nonstickmaterial for it make sure the material of your underwearabsorbs the wet very well keep the vagina dry thank you for watching please subscribe our channel to stay up to date with ourdaily informative tutorial by clicking the subscribe button also don't forget tolike this tutorial and leave your comment.
Antibiotics Can Cause Candida And Joint Inflammation
Greetings. New Zealand naturopath, Eric Bakker,author of Candida Crusher, formulator of the Canxida range of products. Thanks for tuningin. I've got a very interesting case here I just wanted to quickly present to my viewers.It's a 42yearold lady from Dubai who wishes to remain nameless. I've just had a Skypeconsultation with. We've had a fantastic outcome with this patient.This patient about five years ago received a very strong antibiotic from her forgut related food poisoning. For one week, a powerful antibiotic. And what happened istwo weeks after the antibiotic, she started to develop serious constipation, which she'dnever had previously. She's never had an issue
with the digestion, so she developed bad constipation.And then a week later, her skin started to itch all over and she started developing rashes.And after two months of the antibiotics, she started developing major joint inflammation.Her knee was really inflaming and hurting. Her fingers were starting to hurt. She wasstarting to swell in different parts of the body.She went back to another who said to her, quot;You've got arthritis.quot; She said, quot;Howcan it be? I'm only 42.quot; And the asked her, quot;Have you taken an antibiotic becauseit could be linked with the inflammation?quot; She said, quot;Yes.quot; But he didn't take it anyfurther. And he mentioned to her that she
had the beginning of osteoarthritis. At thatpoint, she went to Google, found me on YouTube and we started to basically talk.This patient we did a stool test report on and we found from the stool test, which Iobviously can't show you because of her name, we found no lactobacillus species. She hadnothing there and she had a 1+ culture on Candida parapsilosis, which is quite a nastykind of a Candida. So 4+ on the bifida bacteria, but no growth on lactobacillus, which is seriouslybad having no beneficial bacteria of that nature. That's causing a lot of leakinessin her gut and increasing the inflammation. How she knew something wasn't right and sheate a mango one day and within about half
an hour her knee blew right up. And a fewdays later, she had another piece of fruit, and then her knee blew up again. And she thought,quot;Well, there might be some connection here with yeast or Candida.quot; That's when she foundone of my tutorials. We've had two consultations with this patientand we've had a fantastic outcome. The inflammation now is subsiding. It's just about gone. We'reworking on the beneficial bacteria. We're putting probiotics in there. We're workingwith an antifungal product, the Canxida Remove, and we're getting a really nice outcome. Thepatient is eating some raw garlic and we've got her drinking lots of fresh water and someyogurt. We're getting a reversal of the inflammation.
The skin itching is gone. Bowels are workingperfect. And the was wrong. It wasn't osteoarthritis at all. It was basically aCandida problem. I want you to take heed if you've got anykind of gut related problem and the recommends an antibiotic. You need to turnaround and move out of the 's office because you may well fall into the trap ofgetting an inflammatory disorder as a result of an antibiotic. I've seen many, many caseslike this. I just thought I'd do a tutorial on this one to explain the situation about thepatient. I'm really pleased that she contacted me because by Christmas time, she's goingto be good as gold. The pain should be gone
and we will have her back to normal.It's also taught her to keep her two kids away from antibiotics in the future. Thesedrugs create a lot of misery. They create a lot of problems with people. They potentiallyset you up for a life long battle with gut related bacteria or yeast infections, whichthen require more drugs. Just thought I'd give you that kind of news. Take heed. Thanksfor tuning in.
Candida And Inflammation Can Candida Cause Inflammation
Hi there. New Zealand naturopath, Eric Bakker,author of Candida Crusher. Formulator of the Canxida range of products. We're going totalk about the connection between inflammation and Candida today. It's quite a wellknownconnection between different kinds of infections and inflammation, but let's first talk a littlebit about what inflammation really is. Inflammation itself is not really that bad,in fact, it's a necessary response from the body to heal itself. So when you get a cutor a bite or a wound or a sting, inflammation is normal and an acute inflammatory responsewill occur by way of the immune system. This is how we heal. Acute bronchitis, a mosquitobite, a cut to a finger when you're cutting
up something in the kitchen. Inflammationis normal. It can cause a bit of pain, a bit of redness, a bit of swelling, and this willusually subside in a few days or a week and it will be gone. That's an acute inflammatoryresponse. A chronic inflammatory response, however,can go on and on and on. It can last for weeks, months, or even years. I try to liken a chronicinflammation a little bit to an explanation that was given to me a long time ago whenI went to a medical conference and one of the s said, quot;Imagine flying over a rainforest. Sitting in this little airplane.quot; I hate airplanes, by the way, especially smallones that are all over the place. Imagine
you're flying in this little airplane. Goingover a forest and you look down out the window and you see a tiny little fire burning somewherein the distance. You see a tiny little plume of smoke coming out between the big trees.It's this huge big rain forest and you've got a tiny fire burning there. A little bitof smoke coming up. You'll go past and you'll think nothing of it. And then you go on yourvacation. You might have gone to a dinosaur park. I don't if you've seen Jurassic Parkwith the dinosaurs. Go to Jurassic Park and then you're flying back. But then all of asudden, the rain forest is gone. It's all gone. What happened? Well, the fire took off.In fact, that small fire took out hundreds
of thousands of acres of virgin forest thatgot burned by that fire. That's chronic inflammation, folks.Chronic inflammation can sit there for days or weeks or months or even years and thenall of a sudden, bang. It can take off. It can gallop away on you or it can continuallysecrete proteins or cause an upregulated immune response that can weaken the body and makeit prone to further inflammation, infection and disease. Smoldering fire. The smokinggun, we call it. It could be a diseased tooth. It could be a little infection you've gotthere in the ileocecal valve between the small and large intestine. It could be somethingwrong with your tonsils. It could be a small
little infection called a quot;nitisquot;, a tinylittle infection somewhere we call a focal infection. I see them quite in the teeth.They can sit there for months and months and months. Hard to detect sometimes. And if youkeep an eye on blood tests and look at things like C reactive proteins, CRP, keep an eyeon your white blood cells, kidney function, and do a regular blood testing, you may beable to peek if there is inflammation. Especially if you're tired, you're sick, you're weak,you don't feel well, you may have unexplained fevers. Things like this could point you towardchronic low grade inflammation. Chronic low grade inflammation also happensaround the heart quite a lot. It can happen
in blood vessels. Different parts of the body.Chronic inflammation has been called the architype of etiology. So what that means in Englishis the mother of all causes of disease. Most chronic diseases have some route cause inchronic low grade inflammation. Whether it's cancer, diabetes, heart disease, many differentautoimmune diseases. These are all basically diseases that can come from chronic low gradeinflammation. What's all this got to do with Candida? Candidacan be both acute and chronic in the body. You can have an acute Candida problem thatwill last a few weeks or a few months. You can have a chronic Candida problem that canlast for 20 years. Some patients I see with