Candida Albicans Articles:

Ear Infections Set the Stage for Future Obesity

Researchers at the American Psychological Association's annual meeting presented multiple studies linking the frequency of childhood ear infections to the risk of obesity.

Read More:  antibiotics, Candida albicans, Digestive Helper, ear infections, Fiber Helper™, GI Soother, Noni

Candida Helps Cause Periodontal Problems

Candida albicans overgrowth can form biofilms in your oral cavity that coat the subgingival area and drive the process of periodontal infection. A recent study of 53 otherwise healthy patients with periodontitis found that 40% of them had such a problem with Candida.

Read More:  biofilms, Candida albicans, periodontal disease

Gum Health Predicts Cognitive Function in Elderly

We are entering a new health paradigm based on cross-inflammation between what were formerly thought of as separate systems of your body. Research over the past few years has linked inflammatory gum-related problems to cognitive decline and the risk for Alzheimer’s. The latest study offers more confirmation, showing that 70-year-olds with gum inflammation score much worse on cognitive function testing.

Read More:  Candida albicans, cognitive function, cross-inflammation, digestive problems, heart disease

Niacinamide Turns Out To Be a Potent Candida-Killing Nutrient

Niacinamide (also called nicotinamide) is a form of vitamin B3 (niacin) that drastically disrupts the reproduction of Candida albicans – offering a new approach to dealing with a nagging health problem.

Read More:  Candida albicans, fungus, Niacinamide, nicotinamide, Vitamin B3

Tylenol Linked to High Rates of Asthma in Children

There is an epidemic of asthma in American children. A new study of over 300,000 children is sounding alarm bells and indicates that Tylenol use may be at least partly to blame. One dose of Tylenol in the past 12 months was associated with a 43% increased risk of developing asthma. Higher use was associated with a whopping 240% increased risk. Even over-the-counter drugs are proving their dangers.

Read More:  antioxidants, Candida albicans, children, glutathione, immune system, tylenol

Higher Blood Sugar Blinds Immune System

New research shows that higher-than-normal blood sugar directly interferes with your immune system’s ability to recognize bacterial and fungal infections. Normally the long-term side effects of high blood sugar are considered to be cardiovascular, kidney, and eyesight related. This new information explains why diabetic patients and even those with pre-diabetic higher blood sugar are at risk for chronic Candida albicans problems.

Read More:  blood sugar, Candida albicans, immunity

Oregano Oil’s Anti-Bacterial and Anti-Fungal Properties

The primary germ-killing part of oregano oil is a substance called carvacrol. Oregano is a traditional herb that has been used for thousands of years for natural immune support. New science continues to prove its broad power to be of help.

Read More:  anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, Candida albicans, carvacol, Oregano Oil

Undecylenic Acid Helps Bone Building

Undecylenic acid is a medium chain fatty acid best known for its germ-control ability – including the disruption of troubling biofilms (germ gangs) of Candida albicans. Surprisingly, researchers have now shown that this nutrient stimulates the bone-building osteoblasts.

Read More:  bone building, Candida albicans, medium-chain fatty acid, osteoblasts, Undecylenic acid

Candida Biofilms Grow on Retainers and Braces

While there can be many reasons for teen behavior taking a sour turn, one variable that has always intrigued me is the onset of irritable and anti-social behavior following the use of braces and retainers. A just published study shows that 67% of retainers tested contained Candida albicans biofilms (hostile germ gangs), an obvious reservoir of a nasty infection that can infect and re-infect the individual.

Read More:  braces, Candida albicans, retainers

Germ Gangs Block Weight Loss – The Leptin Diet Weight Loss Challenge #5

The metabolic flu weakens your host defenses. This enables germ gangs to take up unwanted residence. Your immune system can’t get rid of them and struggles to keep them in their existing neighborhoods. Some of these germ gangs live within your digestive tract, lungs, or sinuses. Some even live in your white adipose tissue. The net result is increased tissue damage, higher levels of inflammation, higher levels of toxic exposure, food sensitivities, greater risk for immune system malfunction, and significantly more trouble engaging weight loss or sustaining a weight loss program.

Read More:  adnovirus-36, Candida albicans, germ gangs, H. pylori, infection, metabolic flu, obesity, weight loss

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