Yeast Overgrowth is Making You and Your Baby Sick and Tired (and Colicky)

One Problem, 101 Symptoms

What if I told you that your baby’s colic, cradle cap, ear infections, diaper rashes, allergies and sleep sensitivities were all one problem?

What if I told you that your mastitis, eczema, hives, pms, cramps, and gas were all one problem?

What if I told you that your baby acquired her problems from you?  And that this problem contributed to things like arthritis, ADD, autism, lupus, infertility, endometriosis, and gluten sensitivity?

What if I told you you could solve these problems easily?

Would you do it?  Who wouldn’t?

Taming the Yeastie Beasties

Yeast Overgrowth.

It’s the most underdiagnosed problem in the world, and is at the root of an endless list of ailments.

What is Yeast?

Internal yeast, or Candida Albicans, is part of the ‘zoo’ in our bodies and we need a certain level of it in order to be healthy.  Yeast is responsible for eating our bodies away when we die.  But when we have an overgrowth in our bodies, it can literally eat us alive.

How is it managed?

While the liver is responsible for the management of yeast, yeast can overgrow in every part of our body.  The overgrowth (known as Candidiasis) usually starts in the digestive system and gradually spreads to other parts of the body. It is also a type of parasite that is strong, invasive and usually attaches itself to the intestinal wall and becomes a permanent resident of the internal organs.

Candidiasis has the ability to produce  75 toxic substances that can poison the human body.

Candidiasis is so invasive that it enters the gastrointestinal wall in the form of fungus where it develops very long, root like structures that penetrates the wall breaking down the protective barrier between the intestinal tract and the bloodstream. This breakdown allows the entrance of foreign as well as toxic substances to the bloodstream where they can harm various body systems.

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