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How Does Yeast Get Into Your Bloodstream

How does yeast get into your bloodstream? This is a question that is often asked by people suffering from intestinal yeast infections/candidiasis. Once you have an intestinal yeast infection the next stage of the infection if it is left untreated, or not treated correctly, is the Candida yeast and/or its toxins will enter your bloodstream.

What you must remember is, when take anti fungal drugs to cure your infection they only kill the fungus. When you stop your treatment the Candida yeast in your body will then mutate into more fungus, and this ongoing problem is why fungus enters the bloodstream in the first place. It's simply because the infection is never being cured, only the symptoms are. You must cleanse your body of fungus and strengthen your body's natural defenses that have been destroyed.

Linda Allen has helped over 100,000 fungal infection sufferers completely remove fungus from their body, and she can start helping you today visit - Natural Yeast Cure where you'll learn how to cure your systemic yeast infection by eliminating the fungus completely from your body. And you'll also strengthen your body's natural defenses so the Candida can no longer mutant into more fungus. The fungus will destroy your health as it eats you from the inside which you're probably already discovering.

The Candida yeast's rhizoids

Once the Candida yeast has infected your intestines it will attach itself to the walls of your intestines with the rhizoids ( hooks ) it grows after it has mutated into its fungal form.

The Candida's rhizoids then perforate your intestines with microscopic holes that allow the toxins from the yeast to enter your bloodstream. The Candida can also enter your bloodstream which causes an infection known as systemic candidiasis.

Tiny food particles can also enter your bloodstream through the perforated walls of your intestines, and this is what causes food allergies in some yeast infection sufferers.

Once your intestines are in this condition they will absorb more toxins than nutrients.

Your intestinal yeast infection symptoms

Once your yeast infection is in your intestines you will experience symptoms associated with your digestion. These include...

  • Heartburn
  • Bloating
  • Constipation
  • Chronic diarrhea

You will also suffer from recurrent vaginal yeast infections and urinary tract infections. When the Candida gets into your blood you then suffer from symptoms that include...

  • Poor memory
  • Depression
  • Lack of concentration
  • Mood swings
  • Lethargy
  • Muscle and joint pains
  • irritability
  • Acne

Once the Candida and/or its toxins are in your bloodstream they will start attacking your internal organs including your liver and brain. This is why you'll suffer from the memory problems and the lethargy. The toxins will also give you the muscle aches and joint pain.

Who suffers from yeast in the bloodstream

Suffers of yeast in their bloodstream ( systemic candidiasis ) can have a serious illness like AIDS/HIV. These illnesses cause the immune system to be very weak, so the human body is unable to fight of the mutated Candida.

Sufferers who have taken many courses of anti fungal drugs like antibiotics can start suffering from intestinal and systemic candidiasis. These drugs upset their body's natural bacterial balance in such a way that the Candida yeast has completely taken over the intestines and then infected the bloodstream.

Getting the help you need to cure yeast in your bloodstream

Getting the right help is important when you need to eliminate fungus from your bloodstream. You need to stop everything that you're doing that is encouraging the Candida to mutate in your body.

You can get all the help you need from Linda Allen at Natural Yeast Cure. You'll learn everything there is to know about how the fungus is surviving in your body.

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