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Are you one of the thousands of Americans with a lingering fungal infection?
You’re not alone as fungal infections can be especially stubborn to treat. While fungal infections are usually more annoying than life-threatening, they can be fatal.
My focus is going to be on Candida spp. infections (categorized as yeasts, a subset of fungi) which are not lethal, but can certainly be problematic and affect quality of life.
Candida is one of the more common and opportunistic fungi. As you review the list of candida-associated conditions, you probably know someone who may benefit from some anti-fungal support. This article is for them.
- Chronic Fatigue
- Urinary Tract Infections
- Candida vaginitis
- Yeast infections (men and women)
- Interstitial Cystitis
- Athlete’s foot
- Jock Itch & more
Candida albicans is the strain most commonly associated with urinary tract and yeast infections in […]
Do you feel that?
The leaves have fallen, and the cold air has swept in. You may have already had your first snowfall of the year.
Yes, winter is on its way, and while the shift from fall to winter pleases many, it also comes with its consequences for our health.
With the onset of winter comes the onset of cold and flu season.
Many people only report getting sick a few times a year – typically during the change of seasons.
Whether you blame it on the holiday stress, the holiday food, or the chill air – why is it that illness often follows the change of seasons?
The answer comes back to how you define health.
Health is your ability and capacity to adapt to an ever-changing environment.
Transitional times […]
Green coffee beans are the same coffee beans we have come to know and love.
The difference is that green coffee beans are left unroasted, not only giving them a smoother taste than roasted beans, but also giving them a distinct array of health-promoting plant chemicals.
The concept of green coffee applies to green tea as well.
Green, white, oolong, and black teas actually come from the same Camellia sinensis plant, but green tea is the least processed.
The change in how long the teas are roasted determines why green tea has different health properties than black tea.
This is also how green coffee beans harbor unique health benefits when compared to roasted coffee beans.
We know that drinking regular black coffee can be associated with a lower incidence of diabetes, […]