Small amounts aid in nutrient digestion and absorption.
However, overgrowth of candida can damage the intestinal lining and release toxic byproducts directly into the circulatory system.
If not addressed Candida overgrowth can turn chronic and lead to:
One way to protect the microbiome against Candida and LPS is with a combination of probiotic spores and yeast.
This combination has the power to control:
But probiotic spores and yeasts come equipped to survive the harsh gastric passage and safely enter the intestines.
There are many types of probiotics that offer different types of beneficial bacteria to help for the proper functioning of the body. Here are 7 types.
When probiotics are not enough to contain a chronic Candida overgrowth it may be helpful to incorporate natural compounds like
Propolis is a resinous material that has built-in antifungal properties that are used by honeybees to protect the inside lining of the hive.
Bee propolis supports the immune system and fights infections without having to call on the immune system.
This spares energy, avoids activation of immune cells/responses and prevents inflammatory reactions that cause irritation and pain discomfort.
It is a monounsaturated fatty acid with antifungal properties.
It can be used as a topical ointment that is safe for the most sensitive places like:
Undecylenic acid has also been found to be highly effective in treating Tinea pedis, better known as, athletes foot.
This combination is a natural and effective way to improve gut barrier function and control harmful gut infections.
Probiotics are the good bacteria (or friendly bacteria) that line your gut and help in the absorption of nutrients from the food and thus boost up your immune system. Digestive disorders, candida, frequent attack of cold and flu, autoimmune disease, skin problems, etc. are some side effects we will experience due to lack of enough probiotics. In this world, due to unhealthy agricultural practices (little or no probiotics in food) and the intake of antibiotics for every health problem (kill the existing good bacteria). So, we have to include more probiotic-rich foods in our diet.
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