Smorgasbord Health Column – Candida Albicans – Part One -The opportunistic pathogen

The majority of us have Candida Albicans as part of our intestinal flora, but take several courses of antibiotics, have frequent stomach upsets, take HRT or other prescribed long term medications, and it can go rogue and become an overgrowth resulting in over 120 possible symptoms. A new five part series begins today.

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It is not possible to do a series on the digestive system without spending time covering our intestines and the delicate balance of bacteria that populate it. More and more research is showing that an imbalance has a profound effect on our overall physical and mental health. There are many diseases that have their root cause in the gut brain of our body.

You can find last week’s five posts on the Digestive System in the Health Column Directory:

It is not my intention to lay the blame for all diseases at the feet of Candida Albicans, but it is, I believe, important to understand how an overgrowth of this pathogen can result in a lifetime of health issues. I will share how this impacted me later in the post.

Over the week I will be repeating the Candida series, and I hope that those who have already read…

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