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Have Your Antibiotics Made You Ill


Have your antibiotics made you ill? This is becoming an ever increasing problem with bacterial infections. Doctors prescribe antibiotics for many infections now that they clear up one infection, and then leave the door open for another one to start.

Yeast infections

For many a yeast infection has started due to the fact that a course of antibiotics has killed all the friendly bacteria in their body as well as the infection it was intended for. This is when you’ll start to suffer from the symptoms associated with a yeast infection or candidiasis.

Your diet can help

If you are eating a diet that is high in refined carbohydrates like sugar and bread then your diet is feeding the Candida yeast that causes the infection. After the course of antibiotics has finished the Candida yeast grows stronger due to a diet high in these carbohydrates feeding it. 75% of women now experience one yeast infection during their lifetime. And todays modern diet coupled with the ammount of antibiotics being taken is a major cause of such a high percentage of women being infected.

If you have taken antibiotics for one course or more and you are suffering from some of the symptoms associated with a yeast infection or candidiasis then you should consider an anti Candida diet that has an anti fungal program running along the side of it. You should also think about taking a good quality probiotic. You can out more about treating a yeast infection/candidiasis naturally here – Naturally cure your yeast infection

Probiotics

To prevent any chance of a yeast infection you can help yourself by taking some kind of probiotic when you have finished a course of antibiotics. Just knowing this before anyone has taken their first course of antibiotics will help thousands of women in preventing an infection that doesn’t need to appear.

A product like As well as preventing a yeast infection, probiotics help you digest your food, and help you absorb more nutrients from your food.

Remember, you are what you eat.

Stay healthy.

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