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Male Yeast Infection Need internal And External Treatment

First of all, I'd like to thank the many menwho have purchased my book, Candida Crusher, in the past 12 months. This has shown manymen also suffer from yeast infections that are interested in looking at a resolutionand also clearly shows me that yeast infection is not a women's problem like many practitionersunfortunately think it is. Many men suffer from yeast infection of theprivate areas of the inner thigh, of the scrotum or in the rectal area, and also around thepenis, the glans penis. All those areas can drive a guy crazy when they become infectedwith Candida Albicans. I've seen many hundreds of men come to mecomplaining of these symptoms. Some of them

have got mild problems and, in fact, somepatients are pretty desperate and even suicidal because they've been sent from one to another and given some vaginal cream or some stupid treatment, which generallydon't resolve anything at all. If you're a guy watching this now and havegot a men's yeast infection, I can help you. I've helped many men, so you'll find a lotmore in Chapter 4 in my book on some quick solutions and also yeastinfection hasgot some good ideas on it. So what are you going to do if you've gota yeast infection and you're a guy? You just going to use Vagisil or something like that?Don't laugh, but this is something that many

men have told me that's been recommended tothem by their general practitioner. It's quite a stupid treatment. Yeast infection requires internal treatmentas well as external treatment. It's very important you tackle this area on a couple of differentfronts if you want to get a good resolution. Internal treatment, I mean you need to cutout alcohol for some time. So if you're a guy watching this now and you've got a yeastinfection of the penis or the rectal area driving you crazy, it's itchy, and you'redrinking beer or wine or spirits and you think you can cure it with some cream, well, you'rewasting your time. You need to make some changes.

You really need to make some changes to yourdiet and lifestyle long term to stop feeding this yeast infection, to reduce the food supply. It's very important that you consider thispoint that 'm making here. I've seen all too many people who just consider it an externalproblem that needs a cream. So you can read more of my writings on ericbakker as wellregarding diet and lifestyle. You need to need make changes. So what kind of changesdo you need to make? What I think is one of the better diet approachesfor the guy is the MEVY diet, so meat, eggs, vegetables, and yogurt. So a kind of Paleoapproach is going to work well, but I don't

want you just eating a whole bunch of meat,barbeques and foods like that and ribs. You need to have plenty of vegetable matter aswell, green leafy vegetables. The fermented and cultured foods are important,too, to put good bacteria back into the body, so good quality yogurt and kefir is also good.Kefir is quite an important food to eat to put lots of beneficial bacteria there. Changeof pH of the gut. But probably by far the biggest one for males is cutting out alcoholfor some time. I'll tell you now, guys, if this problem is really driving you crazy,and you are really at your wit's end and want to get rid of this problem, you need to listenup. You need to make those changes because

treating this thing purely on the externalis a waste of time. Okay. It really is a waste of time. You can cure this thing completely.I had really bad jock itch in my 20s to the point where it drove me nuts. I was itchingand scratching the skin. It was bleeding. Having a shower or going swimming was justa nightmare. It was pain. It stopped me from wanting to have relationships. I got verydepressed over the whole thing, so if this is you right now, I've been where you are. You can cure this thing completely, right?But you need to make those changes for at least three to six months, and you need todo the external treatment. And you can read

Debunking the paleo diet Christina Warinner TEDxOU

Thank you, it's a pleasure to be here. I'm an archaeological scientist and I study the healthand dietary histories of ancient peoples using bone biochemistry and ancient DNA. I'm here because I wantto talk to you about the Paleo Diet. It's one of America's fastest growingdiet fads. The main idea behind it is that the keyto longevity and optimal health is to abandonour modern agricultural diets,

which make us ill, and move far back in timeto our Palaeolithic ancestors, more than 10,000 years ago,and eat like them. Now, I'm really interested in this idea because it purports to putarchaeology in action, to take information we know about the past and use it in the presentto help us today. Now, this idea was really startedin the 1970s

with this book, quot;The Stone Age Diet.quot; It's diversified since theninto several variants, including the Paleo Diet,the Primal Blueprint, the New Evolution Diet, and Neanderthin, and most of the language of these dietsmakes references to anthropology, nutrition science,and evolutionary medicine. The diet does seemprimarily targeted at men, so if you look at advertisementsand descriptions,

they have virile, cavemenlike images, things like quot;live primal,quot;lots of red meat. And basically, the idea behind itcan be broken down into four parts. One is that our agricultural diets todaymake us chronically ill, that they are out of syncwith our biology. And two, that we needto abandon these agricultural diets that startedduring the agricultural period, and move back in time to the Palaeolithic

and eat more like our ancestorsover 10,000 years ago. Third, that we knowwhat these diets were like, and what they were like was they had a lotof meat, they were mainly meat based. That was supplemented with vegetablesand fruits and some nuts and oils, but it definitely did not containgrains or legumes or dairy. And fourth, that if weemulate this ancient diet, it will improve our healthand make us live longer. So what I want to talk to you about todayis that this version of the Paleo Diet

that's promoted in popular books,on TV, on selfhelp websites and in the overwhelming majority of presshas no basis in archaeological reality. So, thank you! (Laughter) No, I'm not going to end there;I will explain. So what I want to doas an archaeologist is go through this, do a bit of mythbusting of some of thesefoundational archaeological concepts

What Are The Risks If Helicobacter Pylori Is Left Untreated

Welcome back. Thanks for joining me back againin my helicobacter pylori series. It's Eric Bakker, naturopath from New Zealand and authorof Candida Crusher and formulator of the Canxida range of products. We're going to do anothertutorial today called quot;What are the risk factors if H. pylori is left untreated?quot;The risk factors really depend on you. It depends on how you're experiencing your infection.Do you have a mild case? Do you have a moderate case? It depends a lot on your current dietand lifestyle. Are you smoking tobacco? Are you drinking alcohol all the time? Are youeating crappy foods? Are you eating a lot of takeaway food? Are you living a high stresslife? Are you taking lots of medications?

Are you ignoring health in general and justliving a life full of whatever, booze, and I don't know what you do out there. You getmy point. If you're a person who's living a healthylife, a person who's getting plenty of sleep, a person's who's trying to eat a good healthywhole foods diet, a person who exercises regularly, a person who understands that smoking is themost stupid thing you can do. When you start living like that, the chances are you're goingto overcome the infection much faster than a person who's not living like that. The riskswill always increase with any kind of condition when a person doesn't take their health seriously.One of my favorite sayings has always been,

quot;If you don't take your health seriously,you should take it somewhere else.quot; And that's what I think all s should tell theirpatients. If you don't give a damn about your health, then the shouldn't give a damnabout you. Then you're left to your own devices. I could never understand why years ago, theyhad people in s smoking tobacco, cigarettes, and they'd actually wheel them out of theward outside with the nurses so they could smoke out there and then wheel them back inagain. I could never work that one out. When you do habits that are known to be detrimentalto your health and you've got no control over those, then there is only one possible outcomefor you and that's living a pretty crappy

life when you get a bit older. And it's allyour own doing. But if you're not like that and you're like me, you try to take care ofyour health, then the chances are the consequences aren't so grave when you have an infection.Because there's a huge chance for you to overcome this infection in a shorter rather than longerperiod of time. Let's just say you're a healthy person witha helicobacter infection who's probably taking a proton pump inhibitor, some kind of acidblocking drug or Pepto Bismol or something on a regular basis, and millions of peoplein America are doing that right as we speak. In Germany, in Holland, in England, in Singapore,many countries around the world, people are

doing it right as we speak. They're takinga medication for their heartburn. They don't pay any attention to the infection. They thinkthat they've got no helicobacter because their said they're perfectly fine, and theycan't find any cause for the heartburn or inflammation, so they just put them on a drug.Well, the long term consequences for those people is not so good, unfortunately. I thinkyou can get away with these drugs when you're in your 30s and 40s and 50s. But when youget a bit older, that's when your chickens come out to roost. Why would that be? Andthat's because your body is getting older. Liver function declines. Kidney function declines.Immune function declines one to three percent

per year. Everything is slowly declining.We're all going to die. We know that, but all of us want to die slowly. We don't wantto die quickly. Medications long term come at a huge costto your health. The point I want to make out of the tutorial is if you do have a symptom,your consequences are great if you keep taking a drug to suppress the symptom. That's theproblem. If you take a drug short term and then get off it, I think it's okay. Try tosee drugs like credit cards. Once you've used them, cut them up and dump them. Flush themdown the toilet. Get rid of them. Don't keep using it. Would you keep racking up debt ona credit card and not paying it back? You

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