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Can A Yeast Infection Cause Swollen Lymph Nodes

Good day, Eric Bakker here again with anotherquestion, a frequently asked question regarding yeast infections. Does yeast infection cause swollen lymph nodes? Swollen lymph nodes are a result of a problemwith your immune system. There could be many reasons why you have swollen lymph nodes,and where you have the swollen lymph nodes. A common place is the cervical lymph nodesaround the neck. You can also have swollen lymph nodes in the groin, around the armpits,so there's various areas where you can commonly get them. Cervical ones are quite common withpeople.

My questions to you would be do you get nightsweats with these swollen lymph nodes? Do you have altered appetite or weight loss?First thing that you would do is to get a blood test done. Have a complete blood countand have all the white cell parameters, in particular, to see if there's any infectiousdisease going on. Swollen lymph nodes can also commonly occurwith food allergies, I've noticed. Food intolerances or food allergies can occur there. Wheneveryou've got a weakened immune system, you're going to be more prone to a yeast infection.I would not believe that a yeast infection directly causes swollen lymph nodes, but theywould occur as a secondary consequence to

a weakened immunity. Swollen lymph nodes need checking out. Therecould be many different types of problems. You could've picked up an acute herpes problem.It could be something even like Leukemia, so it's very important for you, particularlyif it's a recurring problem, you've had it for a long time, is to get checked out carefullyby your for swollen lymph nodes to see exactly what this problem is. In many cases, however, these things are selflimitingand acute and they disappear. I've seen it occur with bee stings. I've seen it occurwith food allergies. So, you know, get checked

out first and don't get too worried unlessyou've had a problem with this for many years. These things often occur. So to answer your question, I don't thinkit causes swollen lymph nodes as such, but there may well be a relationship between themboth. Thank you for your question.

Should I Eat Less Bread If I Have A Yeast Infection

Good day, there. Eric Bakker, naturopath,author of Candida Crusher with another frequently asked question. Should I not eat as much bread? Bread's not really an ideal food if you'retrying to recover from a yeast infection. But while I don't think it's a good food ifyou're trying to recover from any type of a digestive problem, if you're trying to loseweight, if you're trying to build your health, bread's not a very good food. In saying that,I'm talking about commercial bread. I think once your health is good, you've got gooddigestive health, your weight isn't a problem;

I can't see any problem with eating good qualitybread from time to time. But in my experience, many people eat toomuch bread. They have bread for breakfast. And when I'm talking about bread, I'm talkingabout bagels, donuts, cookies, all these manifestations of these farinaceous products; risen bread,in particular, with yeast and sugar in it is not a very good food if you're trying torecover from a yeast infection. It's very difficult for your digestion to really pickup when you eat this food quite regularly and continually. And a great way for you tolose weight is to cut bread out of your diet; just stop eating bread. Get rid of the potatoes,get rid of the bread, get rid of the Paska,

these are ideal ways for you to really buildgood health. So, can I eat bread again? Yes, you can eatbread again, but let's first get rid of that yeast infection. So I try and get people offrisen bread, commercial bread that's been risen with yeast. And I'm pretty strict withpeople in my diet, my Candida diet. You can read a lot more about my diet in Candida Crusher,in my book, Chapter 7, the first section there's over 100 pages on diet and nutrition. AndI write quite a lot about grains and breads and rice and quinoa and amaranth and theseother types of grains. There are alternatives to bread, so you don't really need to eatbread. That's assuming bread's made from wheat

of course. Bread can be made from many grains. Try not really to eat bread if you're tryingto overcome a yeast infection. And if you must eat bread, at least give your digestivesystem a good three or four weeks on the Candida Crusher diet and then when you do eat bread,as I talk about in my book, eat the flat bread or the mountain bread. It's only made froma good quality, whole meal, stone ground flour, some salt and some water. That's not a badoption. But my opinion would be to keep away from these foods for a long period of time;wheat in particular. I'm going to talk a lot more about that in other YouTube clips.

I'm going to dispel the myth on what I thinkis this gluten problem that a lot of people talk about. I don't really see it to be muchof a problem. I'll explain a lot more in other clips. So keep your eye out for other YouTubeclips on gluten and yeast and irritable bowel. Let's get back to the question. Should I noteat as much bread? No, you shouldn't. You should try and avoid bread for a long periodof time if you're really serious about getting rid of your yeast infection. So I hope that answers your question. Thankyou.

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