Candida Helps Cause Asthma and Eczema

August 21, 2008 | Byron J. Richards, Board Certified Clinical Nutritionist

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 Candida Helps Cause Asthma and Eczema
A new study associates Candida albicans1 allergenic byproducts with asthma (52% of patients) and eczema (54% of patients). While there can be many irritants that trigger an allergic immune response, the fact that Candida is involved in over half the patients with these problems indicates that managing the Candida issue could bring considerable relief and health benefit to many millions of Americans, including children. Such an approach would be addressing the source of the problem instead of treating the symptoms of asthma or eczema.

Of course, those suffering from MDiety Syndrome are the primary force causing an epidemic of Candida albicans1 problems in society – and have handicapped and even ruined the health of millions of Americans through the overuse of antibiotics and immune suppressing drugs. Don't expect this “old boy network” to fess up any time soon, as it is very hard to admit you have caused such a serious decline in the health of so many when you are pretending to be the authority on health.

Referenced Studies

  1. ^ Candida Allergens, Asthma, and Eczema  Mycoses.  Khosravi AR, Bandghorai AN, Moazzeni M, Shokri H, Mansouri P, Mahmoudi M.

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