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Is It Bad To Have Yeast In Your Intestines

Is it bad to have yeast in your intestines? In a word, yes. The Candida yeast that causes intestinal yeast infections is an aggressive fungus that will feed on your intestines until they are perforated. This is when the real symptoms start to affect you.

Symptoms of intestinal yeast infections

The early symptoms of intestinal yeast infections are associated with your digestion. These are the early signs that tell you you’re suffering from Candida overgrowth in your digestive tract. These symptoms are…

  • Indigestion
  • Gas, bloating
  • Stomach cramps
  • Diarrhea
  • Constipation

These symptoms take place because the Candida yeast is now outnumbering your friendly bacteria, and your friendly bacteria aids your digestive process. Friendly bacteria helps you digest your food so you get as many nutrients from it as possible. The mutated Candida yeast will rob you of nutrients and prevent you from properly digesting your food. The mutated yeast is also a gas causing fungus which is what causes the bloating in your bowel.

Many people will start taking indigestion remedies when they’re suffering from the indigestion but this makes the Candida overgrowth worse. Your stomach needs the acid to kill the Candida that naturally gets swallowed with your food. Once this is neutralized with the antacids it will make its way into your intestines where it will mutate.

More severe intestinal yeast overgrowth symptoms

Once the yeast has been allowed to continue feeding on the walls of your intestines it will eventually perforate them. This is when other symptoms start to appear that your doctor can’t give you any explanation for. These symptoms include…

  • Fatigue
  • Lethargy
  • Weakness
  • Aching joints
  • Muscle pain
  • Migraine, headaches
  • Confusion
  • Irritability
  • Memory loss
  • Depression
  • Short attention span
  • Inability to concentrate
  • Dizziness
  • Respiratory problems
  • Chemical and food sensitivities
  • Insomnia

These symptoms are due to the Candida toxins now entering your bloodstream through your perforated intestines. This condition is also known as leaky gut syndrome. Tiny food particles can enter your blood as well, and this can cause food allergies, and the first food that usually causes problems is bread, and all other wheat based foods.

What you can do

If you’re suffering from an intestinal yeast infection you will need to start a strict anti Candida diet as feeding the yeast will make it impossible to eliminate it from your body. Once you start starving the yeast with your new diet you can then kill the yeast with natural anti fungals. Oral anti fungals that you can get on prescription are too harsh on your system, and will make your infection worse. They upset you intestinal bacterial and chemical balance, and put it in favor of the Candida yeast.

While the Candida is being killed off you can repopulate your friendly bacteria with probiotics. Without the Candida yeast being killed off the probiotics will struggle to get the control of your intestines back.

Expert advice

If you feel you need expert advice then you can get it from Sarah Summer. Sarah Summer has an anti Candida program that will give you the knowledge you need to rid your body of the mutated Candida yeast for good. You can have your hands on years of knowledge that Sarah has collected in teh next 15 minutes. You will be curing yourself from today, and feeling better in the shortest time possible.

Sarah also has one-to-one email support if you need it so you can easily find out if your making any mistakes that will harm your progress.

You can read how other yeast infection sufferers have rid themselves of yeast with Sarah’s help here – Sarah Summer’s Natural Cure For Yeast Infections.




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