Candida: The Silent Epidemic: Vital Information to Detect, Combat, and Prevent Yeast Infections

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A comprehensive look and explanation about the silent epidemic...Candida. Written by the author of the best selling cookbook. "The Candida Control Cookbook", Gail Burton. In a precise and succinet way, she has summarized the main causes, symptoms, and treatment for Candida overgrowth.

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Overview

A comprehensive look and explanation about the silent epidemic...Candida. Written by the author of the best selling cookbook. "The Candida Control Cookbook", Gail Burton. In a precise and succinet way, she has summarized the main causes, symptoms, and treatment for Candida overgrowth.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780944031933
  • Publisher: Aslan Publishing
  • Publication date: 8/1/2003
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 105
  • Product dimensions: 5.86 (w) x 8.96 (h) x 0.34 (d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments xi
About the Author xii
Foreword xiii
Preface xv
Introduction xvii
I. What is Candida? 1
Candida-Related Complex (CRC)
Traditional Doctors and Candida
Who Can Be Infected with Candida?
II. Candida-Causing Factors 4
Medications
Invasive Procedures
Diseases and Autoimmune Disorders
Chemicals
Molds
Mercury in Silver Amalgam Dental Fillings
Parasites
Too Much Sugar/Complex Carbohydrates
Stress
III. Self-Help Candida Evaluations 13
Were You Exposed to Candida-Causing Factors?
Have You Been Infected with a Disease or Autoimmune Disorder?
Do You Have Candida-Related Symptoms?
If You Had Treatment, but Didn't Recover
IV. Why Candida Sufferers May Not Recover 19
Inconsistent Use of the Candida Control Diet
Incorrect Antiyeast/Antifungal Therapy
Inadequate Immune System Builders
Adrenal Gland Dysfunction
Lack of Hydrochloric Acid
Lack of Pancreatic Enzymes
Thyroid Dysfunction
Food, Environmental, and Chemical Sensitivities/Allergies
Secretory IgA
Colon Dysfunction
Parasites
V. The Candida Treatment Program 27
Antiyeast/Antifungal to Kill the Infection
Rebuild the Immune System
The Candida Control Diet
Sugars, Sweeteners, and Complex Carbohydrates
Fruits and Fruit Juices
Dried Herbs, Coffees, and Teas
Dairy Products
Fermented Drinks and Food
Gluten in Wheat
Breads without Wheat or Yeast
VI. How to Prevent Candida 34
Ensure a Healthy Immune System
Medications
Hormones
Antacids
Invasive Procedures
Chemicals
Molds
Nursing Mothers and Babies
Sexual Relations
Avoid a High Sugar/High Complex Carbohydrate Diet
Meats and Poultry
Silver Amalgam Dental Fillings
The Removal of Silver Amalgams, by Leo B. Cashman, Minneapolis Health Writer
Parasites
Stress
A Positive Attitude
VII. True Stories about Candida and Related Diseases 46
Antibiotics Caused Allen's Candida
Bob Had Great Determination to Recover
Sarah Had Fibromyalgia Syndrome (FMS) and Candida
Holly Suffered from Candida and Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS)
Rosa's Family Wasn't Supportive
Rachael Suffered with Lupus and Candida
Brenda's Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) and Candida
Claire's Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Improved with Candida Therapy
Roger Had Aids, but Also Suffered Greatly with Candida
Gail Burton's Own Candida Story
VIII. Protecting Your Rights to Safe, Alternative Health Care 60
Resources
IX. How to Start a Candida Support Group 63
Appendix A Supplements for Candida and the Immune System 66
Appendix B Resources 69
Appendix C Recommended Readings 71
Index 73
A Helpful 14-Day Journal 78
Self-evaluation of My 14-Day Journal 93
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