Controlling Candida Yeast Overgrowth
While some types of PROBIOTICS work to control an overgrowth of candida yeast in the body, it also aids in better overall better health. When you consider all the elements that go in to digesting even a small amount of food, or drawing a breath it’s a small wonder how at times the systems of the body can have problems.
Probiotics contains specific enzymes that help the body deal with the damage done by Candida. While some products address only the immediate issue, PROBIOTICS contains enzymes that are friendly to beneficial bacteria in the gut. Beneficial bacterial in the digestive can then work to repair the damage done by an overgrowth of Candida.
Probiotics Have Many Health Advantages
Probiotics aid with nutrient absorption, so the five probiotics that are in some products restore an environment that’s less supportive of an overgrowth of yeast, fungi, or unfriendly bacteria. These five powerful probiotics in the ingredients are Lactobacillus Sporogenes, L. Acidophilus, L. Plantarum, B. Longum and S. Boulardii exist in the digestive tract naturally, but if their population is low yeast and fungi can over produce. Restoring this population is a very productive aid to keep the growth of Candida in check.
Oxygen allows the body to be more resistant to an over growth of yeast or fungi, and the method of increasing the amount of oxygen carried in the blood is through the use of B6. This vitamin is included in the ingredients because it is needed by the enzymes involved in the breaking down protein for use in the body. B6 is also essential for red blood cell metabolism, which is the method oxygen makes it’s way throughout the body.
There are several extracts considered a powerhouse antioxidant, but Grape Seed Extract is among the strongest. It’s been used in both traditional and western medicine for generations, and it’s included in the Probiotics for it’s anti-viral, anti-bacterial properties along with its ability to act as an anti-inflammatory.
Symptoms known to be associated with an overgrowth of Candida can include headaches, fatigue, development or worsening of food or environmental allergies, heartburn and indigestion, and acne or itchy skin. Also known to occur are cystitis and vaginal infections as well as menstrual problems. This overgrowth is also believed to affect the mood causing anxiety, irritability, and premenstrual tension. While this is a long list of possible symptoms it’s a good idea to check on the possibility of having an overgrowth when experiencing one or more of these issues.
A doctor can discover an overgrowth through a blood test, but there is an easier way to spot this problem. While it’s not the pleasant thing to consider anyone can find Candida overgrowth in saliva. Take an ordinary glass and spit into it. The person testing their saliva should see it floating, and remaining intact for several minutes. If however there’s an overgrown of Candida the saliva will break into tentacle like shapes and dissolve quickly. Taking some steps at this point can help to relieve any symptoms currently being experienced.
Candida Is Linked To The Food We Eat
Part of the problem causing an overgrowth of Candida is linked to diet, and environmental causes. There are a number of reasons for an overgrowth of Candida, but the basic problem is this fungus isn’t broken down naturally often enough to keep the possibility of an overgrowth from happening. ProBio gives the digestive system support in breaking down Candida naturally through the use of enzymes, friendly bacteria, and vitamins.
While antibiotics is definitely necessary in cases when a systemic infection occurs, the use of antibiotics can actually lower the numbers of Candida fighting enzymes and friendly bacteria living in the gut. Probiotics allows for a natural balance capable of keeping Candida, yeast, and fungus overgrowths in check. Visit the US Directory and see if there are any products listed that may help with a candida problem.