Is Candida Making You Fat?

Did you know that suffering from candidiasis— a fungal overgrowth in the intestines can lead to chronic weight gain or extreme difficulty to lose weight? In fact, having candida yeast overgrowth can directly cause stubborn fat deposits that are very hard to shake off, no matter how little you eat or how much exercise you do.

 

 

 

 

According to research by Jacob Teitelbaum, MD, at the Fibromyalgia and Fatigue Centers in Dallas, Texas. Candida infection overgrowth is linked to an average weight gain of 32.5 pounds!

That’s shocking but true.

What’s more, according to some estimates, at least 25 million American women suffer from moderate to severe candidiasis.

So, getting rid of candidiasis is an important factor in shedding the excess pounds and getting the body you long for.

Did you also know that Candida Overgrowth Can Be Very Dangerous If Left Untreated?

When Candida shifts from non-pathogenic to pathogenic form, it produces root-like structures called rhizoids, that penetrate the intestinal walls and create holes in the walls of the intestines.

This enables the yeast, toxic waste, bacteria and undigested food to enter the blood stream.

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When candida becomes systemic it can virtually penetrate and manifest itself within every organ it settles in. It can be the lungs, sinuses, mouth, vagina, lymphatic system, oesophagus, toenails, brain and the urinary tract.

That is why yeast infection is so dangerous when left untreated.

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About the Author: Bolaji Alli

Completebodycleanse.org is a blog that is part of Wholistica,org-an organisation committed to empowering the physical well being of humanity. It's founder Bolaji Alli is one of the world’s leading naturopathic nutritionist. He has made it his life’s mission to challenge conventional medical beliefs and bring to his patients the latest breakthroughs in natural treatments and protocols to diseases once thought to be “incurable.”

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