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Candidiasis - candida yeast infection

Candidiasis -- the overgrowth of candida yeast bacteria -- can cause a wide range of medical problems in millions of women (and men). They include headaches, muscle aches, fatigue, susceptibility to colds and flu, and yeast infections.

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Candida Albicans: Could Yeast Be Your Problem? Candida Albicans:
Could Yeast Be Your Problem?
by Leon Chaitow
Paperback (1998)
Chronic Candidiasis: The Yeast Syndrome Chronic Candidiasis:
The Yeast Syndrome

(Getting Well Naturally Series)
by Michael Murray
Paperback (1997)

Leon Chaitow shows how to detect the effect of Candida Albicans and provides a comprehensive, drug free program for its control. The revised and updated guide to the health problems caused by yeast infection that shows how to determine if yeast is your problem and, if so, how to control it.  Includes the author's latest research and clinical experience for yeast detection and drug-free treatment.

Candidiasis -- the overgrowth of candida yeast bacteria -- can cause a wide range of medical problems in millions of women. They include headaches, muscle aches, fatigue, susceptibility to colds and flu, and yeast infections.   Safe, natural relief is available through the remedies detailed in this book.

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The Candida-Yeast Syndrome; How to Fight an Exploding Epidemic of Yeast-Related Diseases The Candida-Yeast Syndrome;
How to Fight an Exploding Epidemic of Yeast-Related Diseases
by Ray Wunderlich, Dwight Kalita
Paperback (1997)

Conquering Yeast Infections: The Non-Drug Solution
by S. Colet Lahoz
Paperback (1997)

A reader, 1997
This book is of profound value for Americans.
The author has received rave reviews on her subject matter, evidenced by the popularity of her written work among professionals and the public. Her work is so intensee. Pentland is pleased that this author has decided to share her topics of female problems with the general populace. We are proud to present Conquering Yeast Infections...a lifetime work and obviously a goal to bringing this subject matter to light..  for women and their doctors. Quite an insightful book.... a must read for women.

Candida-Related Complex: What Your Doctor Might Be Missing Candida-Related Complex:
What Your Doctor Might Be Missing

by Christine Winderlin, Keith Sehnert
Paperback (1996)

From Booklist, 1996
To educate physicians and their clients alike about the modern epidemic of candida infections on account of antibiotic overuse and abuse, Sehnert and Winderlin have created a comprehensive manual describing candida-related complex (CRC), the candida organism, and candida's impact, especially on the immune system. They first establish that CRC is a real illness that will eventually be fully recognized by the general medical community, but many doctors have not been trained to detect it. They point out that the complex, caused by a normally harmless yeast organism, produces symptoms that vary from individual to individual and include fatigue, food intolerances, depression, anxiety, headaches, and memory impairment. A separate section on treatment covers the basics of recovery: a limited carbohydrate diet, prescribed antifungal medications, probiotics (i.e., "friendly" bacteria), and substances that naturally boost the immune system, such as vitamins A, C, and E. Appendixes list suggested readings, support groups, physicians treating CRC, and more. Whitney Scott Copyright© 1996, American Library Association. All rights reserved

Candida Albicans: The Quiet Epidemic
by Stanley Weinberger
Paperback (1995)

Candida is a problem that affects millions of people in the United States. As many as 25 million Americans have this yeast overgrowth. Indigestion heartburn gas, bloating, chronic fatigue, yeast infections, food sensitivities, headaches, loss of sexual desire, or feeling and PMS are among the symptoms that may indicate the presence of a candida overgrowth. This book offers the most complete program for reduction of candida available today. A compilation of the latest information about Candidiasis and its treatment and a self-test to determine whether there is a candida overgrowth are included.

Candida Albicans:
A Nutritional Approach

by Louise Tenney, Rita Elkins
Paperback (1997)

Candida
(the Natural Way Series)
by Simon Martin
Paperback (1998)

Informative and useful.  The most informative, balanced and up-to-date literature I have seen on this subject.

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