Everyday life can cause a yeast infection.



Some women develop a vaginal yeast infection frequently, while others don't. Most women will experience one in their lifetime but why is this?

Normally yeast exists in harmony with other organisms in your body, but when something comes along that changes the environment in your intestinal tract, all sorts of symptoms can occur over time.

Everyday things we do in our lifestyle cause the destruction of the good bacteria such as:

  • alcohol
  • coffee
  • chips
  • nachos
  • preservatives in food
  • chlorine in tap water
just to name a few.

Symptoms may appear as:

  • fatigue
  • brain fogloss of memory
  • loss of concentration
  • depression
  • anxiety
  • emotional illnesses
  • digestion problems such as:
  • bloating
  • indigestion
  • gas
  • diarrhea
  • PMS
  • cramps
  • irregular periods
  • back ache
  • sexual problems and infertility
  • arthritis
  • chronic skin problems
  • urinary and vaginal infections
  • asthma

One of the most well known forms of yeast is the vaginal kind. Candida Albicans is the name of the yeast responsible for the infection in the vagina. Normally, this yeast is kept in balance in the body with other healthy bacteria.

Sometimes, the balance is thrown off and the bacteria overgrows out of control and takes over all the other friendly bacteria in our bodies.

Quite often a yeast infection occurs after using antibiotics. Antibiotics not only kill the bad bacteria that made you sick in the first place but also the good. When antibiotics kill off good bacteria you now experience a yeast infection.

Poor diet is also a reason why yeast infections occur in women. With a diet of junk food or food with little or no nutritional value to it and high in refined sugar the conditions are perfect for Candida to grow. The more sugar you eat the more Candida grows. You may even have a craving for sugar.

Even tight clothing, birth control pills and personal care products like scented soaps and laundry detergents can all be contributing factors to yeast infections.

Lifestyle change can help

By eliminating sugar from your diet as well as refined carbohydrates this helps reduce the overgrowth of bad bacteria by stopping their food supply.

Also, limiting use of antibiotics or steroids and switching to natural personal care products can also help reduce the infections.

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A couple of choices

The most common treatment for this is usually an anti-fungal creme. Unfortunately, this is only a band aid solution.

We need to kill off the overgrowth of bad bacteria in order to have a more balanced environment for good and bad bacteria to exist.

While there are many yeast cleanses on the market we also offer a cleanse that goes right to the root of the problem, a cleanse that actually works in as little as ten days.

Why cleanse

In the twentieth century, environmental issues have become a major cause of concern. The overuse of pesticides and herbicides in farming, as well as the antibiotics, hormone treatments and pesticides in the feed of commercial animal products; particularly as they contaminate our water and food supply and our exposure to toxic metals. The body's immune system is our only line of defense against these toxic assaults.

Detoxification, is now for many, becoming a way of life. A way to maintain some semblance of good health against this new onslaught of chemical invasion that we ingest and breath in daily. The result of which we see in the skyrocketing rates of diseases. We are now a population being overwhelmed by illness.

The toxin level in our homes and environment has increased by about 500% in the last 50 years. One way we can take control of our health and bodies is through detoxification.

True health comes from a clean and balanced body.


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