Chronic Candidiasis

Paperback $13.95

Jun 04, 1997 | 192 Pages

Ebook $9.99

Dec 14, 2016 | 192 Pages

  • Paperback $13.95

    Jun 04, 1997 | 192 Pages

  • Ebook $9.99

    Dec 14, 2016 | 192 Pages

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Table Of Contents

Contents
Before You Read On
1. An Overview of Chronic Candidiasis (the Yeast Syndrome)
The Yeast Syndrome
What Causes Chronic Candidiasis?
A Vicious Cycle
The Candida Questionnaire
Diagnosis of the Yeast Syndrome
The Comprehensive Stool and Digestive Analysis
Measuring Antibody or Antigen Levels
Syndromes Related to the Yeast Syndrome
Final Comments
2. Antibiotics and the Yeast Syndrome
Dependence Upon Antibiotics
Alternatives to Antibiotics
Bladder Infections
Antibiotics and Upper Respiratory Tract Infections
Treating Upper Respiratory Infections Naturally
Acne
Final Comments
3. Enhancing Digestive Secretions
The Pancreas
Final Comments
4. Dietary Factors
Sugar and the Yeast Syndrome
Milk and Dairy Products
Mold- and Yeast-Containing Foods
Food Allergies
Signs and Symptoms of Food Allergies
Other Factors Triggering Food Allergies
Diagnosis of Food Allergy
Dealing with Food Allergies
The Candida Control Diet
Final Comments
5. Nutritional Supplementation
Taking a High-Quality Multiple Vitamin and Mineral Supplement
Taking Extra Antioxidants
Taking One Tablespoon of Flaxseed Oil Daily
Final Comments
6. Enhancing Immunity
What Is the Immune System?
Immune Function and Chronic Candidiasis
Restoring Proper Immune Function
The Influence of Mood and Attitude on Immune Function
The Influence of Lifestyle on Immune Function
Diet and Immune Function
Poor Diet Resulting in Nutrient Deficiency
Enhancing Thymus Gland Activity
Plant-Based Medicines
Final Comments
7. Promoting Detoxification
The Importance of the Liver
The Liver and Immune Function
Damage to the Liver and Chronic Candidiasis
Supporting the Liver
Supporting Detoxification by Promoting Elimination
Final Comments
8. Probiotics
Historical Perspective
Available Forms of Probiotics
Principle Uses of Probiotics
Promoting a Healthy Intestinal Environment
Post-Antibiotic Therapy
Fructo-Oligosaccharides
Final Comments
9. Natural and Prescription Anti-Yeast Agents
Natural Anti-Yeast Agents
Prescription Anti-Yeast Therapies
Final Comments
10. Special Concerns for Women: Vaginal Yeast Infections, Vulvodynia, and Premenstrual Syndrome
Vaginal Yeast Infections
Vulvodynia
Premenstrual Syndrome
Final Comments
11. Putting It All Together
References
Index

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