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Natural support for candida fungal infections

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Learn what causes Candida overgrowth and which natural nutritional supplements and strategies support yeast/fungal overgrowth when medication is not enough.

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Natural support for candida fungal infections

  1. 1. Natural Support for Candida Fungal Infections By Dr. Alex Rinehart, DC, MS, CNS Article Link: Natural Support for Candida Infections
  2. 2. • Chronic Fatigue • Fibromyalgia • Urinary Tract Infections • Candida vaginitis • Yeast infections (men & women) Candida-Associated Conditions •Thrush •Interstitial Cystitis •Athlete’s foot •Ringworm •Jock Itch & more
  3. 3. • Hidden, unrecognized food allergies, sensitivities and intolerances • Recent or recurrent use of antibiotics or anti-fungal medications • Chemotherapy and radiation • High intake of sugar and starch leading to insulin resistance and high fasting blood sugar • Immune system suppression from stress, anxiety, depression or certain medications such as long-term use of prednisone Causes of Candida overgrowth
  4. 4. • Not all fungus is bad for us • Medicinal mushrooms such as Reishi or Cordyceps • Molds, such as penicillin • Fungi harbor powerful defense strategies that we have leveraged for our own antibacterial and commercial uses • Opportunistic fungal infections like Candida spp. can contribute to a variety of long-term health problems (see next slide) A Fungus Among Us
  5. 5. • Autoimmune symptoms • Mental Fog/Difficulty Concentrating • Weight gain/Resistance to weight loss • Low Thyroid Function • Poor Liver Detoxification Long-term Consequences of Underlying Yeast Overgrowth
  6. 6. • High stress • High use of medications (antibiotics especially) • Fungus contaminated shots • Poor health from other medical conditions • Preventative actions • Eat a low-sugar, low glycemic index diet • Probiotics Lifestyle Triggers of Candida Overgrowth
  7. 7. • Coenzyme Q10 • Botanicals and their active ingredients • Thyme, Cayenne pepper, Oregano, Clove, Tea Tree oil, Orange essential oils • Grape Seed Extract • Coptis root, Oregon grape, Indian barberry (berberine-containing herbs) • Bee propolis • Allicin from Garlic • Medium Chain Fats: Caprylic acid and Monolaurin (disrupts candida biofilm too) Natural Supplements for Candida
  8. 8. Get Nutrition Tips from Dr. Alex Rinehart DR. ALEXANDER RINEHART, DC, CNS Owner, DrAlexRinehart.com • See original article (with references): Natural Support for Candida Fungal Infections • View details on: Yeast & Gut Support Supplements Learn More about Dr. Rinehart

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