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Candida albicans

Candida albicans is a yeast that exists inside all of us. Normally it presents no problems, but today's widespread use of broad-spectrum antibiotics, contraceptive pills, and steroids, as well as a sugar-rich diet, can cause a proliferation of this parasitic yeast. This can often be the root cause of a wide variety of problems such as depression, anxiety, irritability, bloatedness, heartburn, tiredness, allergies, acne, migraine, cystitis, and menstrual problems.

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Complete Candida Yeast Guidebook: Everything You Need to Know About Prevention, Treatment, & Diet Complete Candida Yeast Guidebook:
Everything You Need to Know About Prevention, Treatment, & Diet
by Jeanne Martin, Zoltan Rona
Paperback (1996)

More than 75 percent of adults suffer some form of overgrowth of Candida albicans, which can manifest as vaginal yeast infections, headaches, muscle aches, or general tiredness and low-energy. Though more evident in women, Candida yeast problems are prevalent in adults and children of both sexes.  Most people can completely eliminate their problems by simple lifestyle changes and healthier eating habits. Complete Candida Yeast Guidebook provides a holistic approach to preventing and overcoming Candida yeast problems.

The Candida Control Cookbook: What You Should Know and What You Should Eat to Manage Yeast Infections The Candida Control Cookbook:
What You Should Know and What You Should Eat to Manage Yeast Infections
by Gail Burton
Paperback (1996)

Candida albicans is a harmless yeast-part of the body's natural flora - but when over-stimulated by all-too-common triggers such as antibiotics birth control pills steroids or hormones too much sugar chemicals or excessive stress this benign yeast can become a debilitating agent that produces toxins which severely affect the body and suppress the immune system. Statistics indicate that one in every three persons living in the Western world has some form of Candida. With symptoms as diverse as food allergies; digestive disturbances; eczema; hypoglycemia; PMS; persistent fatigue; joint pain; headaches; poor memory; severe itching; athlete's foot; and chronic ear nose throat and respiratory ailments the disease is difficult to diagnose and treat successfully. offers over 150 delicious gourmet recipes ranging from appetizers to desserts plus a complete food chart for Candida sufferers. The book also provides a medically controlled treatment program which includes lists of problems and permitted foods a carbohydrate guide nutritional supplements updated product and source information and a two-week menu plan.

Overcoming Candida: The Ultimate Cookery Guide Overcoming Candida:
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by Xandria Williams
Paperback (1998)
The Candida Albicans Yeast-Free Cookbook
by Pat Connolly
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The Yeast Connection Cookbook: A Guide to Good Nutrition and Better Health The Yeast Connection Cookbook:
A Guide to Good Nutrition and Better Health
by William Crook, Marjorie Hurt, Cynthia Crook
Paperback (1989)

This book offers authoritative information on foods that promote good health for everyone, including those who do not have a yeast problem. In addition to 225 family and kitchen-tested recipes, this book discusses food contaminants and provides suggestions for obtaining safe foods. It also gives detailed instructions for detecting and overcoming food allergies.
Healthy approach to re-balancing the gut flora with the food you eat. Not all protein. Recipes and menus feature careful BALANCE of protein, fats and COMPLEX carbohydrates. Help for both strict and maintenance phases of
recovery.

100 page "introduction" by Dr. Crook explains how and why yeast overgrowth in the gut can make you sick all over. And how a sugar-free diet, perhaps with restricted fruit, can be part of the solution. Updated late in 1997!

Recipes include innovative breakfast and lunch ideas, no-yeast breads, wonderful soups, creative salads that sparkle with no-vinegar dressings. Fruit-sweetened desserts for when you're better. Section of special information helps you "get it together" with many days of sample menus.

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