Are you living with a Systemic Fungal Infection?
Most people would immediately say no…fungus and yeast make most people think of a vaginal yeast infection or toenail fungus.
After you hear the symptoms of a systemic fungal infection you may be surprised.
Many spend their lives on a hampster wheel of chasing symptoms and trying new trendy supplements but never quite getting to the root of why they are feeling tired all the time.
Yeast overgrowth (candida) is extremely common and very overlooked by most doctors. When you understand how yeast operates, it’s easier to see how it could be impacting your life. Fungus needs sugar and iron to thrive, that’s why it is common for diabetics to have a systemic fungal infection and fatigue issues from the low iron.
It doesn’t take fungus long to multiply in the gut. When someone has a “leaky gut” the fungus can actually enter the bloodstream and travel.
Let’s review some of the signs of a systemic fungal infection:
- Bloating and Gas
- Diarrhea and constipation
- Interstitial Cystitis (irritable bladder)
- Thyroid Dysfunction
- Brain Fog
- Food Allergies
- Chemical Sensitivities
- Itching Ears
- Weight Gain/Loss
As you can see, when fungus is in the bloodstream it can affect every area of the body. All it needs is a warm moist environment and a food supply to start thriving.
Where do you get systemic fungal infections? There are a lot of sources for yeast and candida to enter the body and start taking over.
Heavy Antibiotic use can increase fungus in the body. Most antibiotics are actually made from fungus. In addition, antibiotics kill off any good bacteria you have in your gut to fight off the candida and yeast. This allows the fungus to easily take over and start growing.
Living with mold in your home exposes you to fungus. Mold spores easily float through the air and can take root, beginning to quickly grow in moist places. Even a small amount of mold can impact your health in a negative way.
Eating food that is leftover in the fridge or fruit that isn’t fresh can get fungus into your system. Corn and peanut products often contain mold and fungus making it an easy way to expose yourself to candida.
Having a low immune system due to poor food choices or disease can leave you susceptible to systemic fungal infections.
If you are dealing with fatigue, skin issues, diabetes or any other health issues…addressing a fungal infection is a great way to start improving your health.
It doesn’t take long after adjusting your food to start feeling better. This is a great safe way to “test” and see if you could be dealing with a fungal infection.
The best resource I have seen is the Ultimate Candida Diet Program. It’s a complete plan to guiding you through killing off candida.
The Ultimate Candida Diet It includes…
- Proven 5-Step Candida Treatment Plan
- More than 40 Delicious Recipes to Naturally Eliminate Candida Overgrowth
- Instant Access to the Ultimate Candida Diet ebook and 3 Bonus Ebooks
- Professional Guide to Probiotics
- 10-Part Email Course to Keep You On Track and Progressing
- Shopping Lists and Symptom Tracker
- 2 Questionnaires To Help Diagnose Candida Symptoms
- Automatic Updates with the Latest In Candida Research
There are thousands of people who have killed off systemic fungal infections and gained their health and energy back. This guide is comprehensive and easy to follow, full of answers to every question you could have.
I have seen great success personally from the knowledge and plan contained in this book. It’s clear and easy to follow, allowing anyone to jump right in and start changing how they feel.
The best part about a systemic fungal infection is that, although you might feel crappy now, it only takes a week or 2 to start feeling dramatic results.