What is Candida ?
The Candida albicans yeast is one member of a community of hundreds or micro organisms that exist in delicate balance in the human intestinal tract. Under normal conditions, only a small number of Candida organisms live in our intestines. A healthy colon contains about 85% friendly bacteria and 15% pathogens such as Candida. As a result of poor nutrition and modern lifestyles, most of us have the opposite ratio in out intestines: 15% supportive microorganisms and 85% harmful.
A Candida overpopulation (candidiasis) can contribute to a wide variety of health problems. The Candida-related symptoms mentioned here include the most common ones Candidiasis sufferers experience. However, the list is not exhaustive, not does the presence of many of these symptoms indicate a definite diagnosis of Candidiasis.
Malnutrition, glandular imbalances, allergies, parasites and mercury, fluoride or lead toxicity are some of the other conditions that can mimic Candidiasis. And certainly, Candida overgrowth often accompanies these problems. Therefore, before starting any anti-Candida program, get thorough physical checkup to identify any other conditions that may require treatment as well.
As Candida is a normal inhabitant of the gastrointestinal tract, it is difficult to diagnose. Generally, health practitioners use a questionnaire like the one here as a guide to the likelihood of Candida involvement. Patients with positive scores are put on an anti-Candida regimen. If their condition improves, Candida involvement is assumed. In the case of the Yeast Buster™ program introduced here, using it in error is completely harmless.
What Causes Candidiasis?
In a healthy intestinal tract, populations of friendly intestinal bacteria like Acidophilus keep Candida in check. Unfortunately, modern living is antagonistic to intestinal balance, including antibiotic, corticosteroid and oral contraceptive use; chemical pollution; nutritional deficiencies; chlorinated water; preservatives; high sugar intake; chronic constipation; and stress. All these factors contribute to Candidiasis either by feeding yeast, stressing the immune system or killing “friendly bacteria”
Poor diet can also instigate Candidiasis. Sugar, alcohol, and refined flour are “Candida Super Foods”
The Yeast Buster Solution: It’s Time to Listen to Your Body.
You need not let Candida interfere with your health. To conquer intestinal yeast overgrowth, there are four things you must do:
- Kill excess yeast in the colon and eliminate its breeding grounds by clearing accumulated fecal waste.
- Re-establish a healthy balance of intestinal flora
- Adopt a diet that starves Candida but nourishes your body.
- Strengthen your immune system, restoring its natural ability to fend off harmful organisms.
The Yeast Buster product line is specifically designed to help you achieve these four goals. It includes the Yeast Buster Candida Trauma Kit, DDS Acidophilus, Olive Leaf Extract and Grapefruit Seed Extract.
What is the
Candida Trauma Kit?
Used in combination with an anti-Candida diet (described below), the Yeast Buster™ Candida Trauma Kit provides full-spectrum support for stopping Candida overgrowth. Mixed together, the PSYLLIUM, CAPROIL, and BenTONITE form an anti-fungal drink that clears excess yeast from the colon. DDS Acidophilus restores supportive bacteria to the digestive tract.
Feel better in 3-4 weeks
For lasting results, plan on following the program for at least 8 weeks. If you have now experienced significant improvement within 4 weeks, you will need to follow the instructions for a more aggressive anti-yeast program that is provided in the booklet “Yeast Buster to the Rescue Guide” included in the Yeast Buster Kit.