The Contents Of Yeast Infection No More Reviewed
Yeast Infection No More starts with a description of the different types of infection of the genitals in both men and women.
As you know, yeast isn’t the only form of genital infection, which means it’s important that you know what a yeast infection, or Candidiasis, as it’s known to the medical profession, looks like.
This way, you can tell if you have some other kind of sexually transmitted infection. (Or you can check out the symptoms of yeast infection here.)
In fact Candida albicans is a fungus, related to yeast. It is just one of many yeasts that naturally lives in the human body. There are no more fungus than bacteria on the human body.
These yeasts are really quite important organisms because they can destroy harmful bacteria in the body. Indeed, you normally have a large population of Candida living inside your body when you are perfectly healthy.
The problems start when this natural population explodes and overwhelms other bacteria in the body such as Lactobacillus and Acidophilus. So a yeast infection really means a yeast overgrowth, a population explosion. But it’s convenient to call the result of this overgrowth a “yeast infection”.
Video on yeast infection
Now clearly yeast overgrowth doesn’t happen by chance. Something goes wrong with the body such as the loss of friendly bacteria, ever-greater build-up of toxins, an over-acid system, or consumption of foods that promote Candida growth.
After all, enough of anything unnatural or harmful and the body is thrown out of balance: yeast is just one of many things that can go wrong.
That’s why it’s so hard to cure with conventional antifungals, unless you’re also doing something about the imbalances and problems that caused the massive yeast overgrowth in the first place.
Another subtlety of yeast infection is that all the symptoms I’ve been describing occur when Candida albicans transforms from its normal, harmless, “in-balance-with-the-body” state to a more virulent one which flourishes in the “out of balance” environment of the body.
During this unrestrained growth, Candida transforms into a different form, one that can actually penetrate the walls of your intestines with tiny little growths which branch out from its cells.This is the more harmful form of Candida.
The consequence of this is that both the Candida itself, and toxic waste materials, can get into your body through the wall of the gut.
That in turn causes problems with food intolerance, leaky gut syndrome, and various rashes, as well as producing a distinctive white discharge from the vagina or penis.
Photos of yeast infection – vaginal infection and vaginitis
Yeast infection inside the vagina produces characteristic lumpy “clotted cheese” discharge
Vaginitis – yeast infection outside the vagina
Author of Yeast Infection No More Linda Allen explains how two very toxic products of this yeast overgrowth – ethanol and acetaldehyde – can impact the body adversely, causing fatigue, migraines, lowered resistance to infection, rashes, and a whole host of other problems.
For women, it’s important to note that cyclical vulvovaginitis is a symptom of Candida overgrowth, as in fact are any external signs of fungal growth in men and women, such as athlete’s foot, jock itch, or skin rashes.
Your chance of fighting off a yeast infection is pretty slim if you take a single line of attack. And, needless to say, the most common approach is getting greater and greater numbers of prescription drugs from the doctor.
These may give you temporary relief but certainly won’t change the situation in the longer term. That is, not unless you tackle a whole variety of factors, the ones which create an environment in which Candida can grow out of control.
The truth is, you need to tackle several aspects of the problem using a good home remedy for yeast infection. As Linda Allen’s Yeast Infection No More eBook program shows, the most important factors that cause Candida yeast overgrowth are:
- poor dietary choices and poor digestion
- adverse variation in the acid alkaline balance of the body and problems with digestive enzymes and stomach function
- a weakened immune system
- failure to expel toxins from the body correctly through the digestive tract
- and a loss of friendly probiotic bacteria, which can both cause Candida overgrowth and, moreover, is made worse by Candida overgrowth
To her credit, Linda Allen explains every one of these factors. She describes in full detail all the remedies you can use at home. Some examples are given below.
Poor dietary choices include a diet high in refined carbohydrates and/or processed foods, or a diet that contains few foods that have the essential nutrients we all need for good health.
This may not even be a junk food diet, because vegetables grown under modern conditions, i.e. intensively, often contain few nutrients.
That much is probably obvious; but when you combine that with highly refined products such white sugar, white flour and white rice in abundance, then you make things easy for Candida, which loves the simple straightforward carbohydrates found in those products.
This post continues immediately below. Information on other kinds of sexually transmitted infection can be found here.
You can read lots more about yeast infection and the various home remedies explained in Yeast Infection No More in the other posts on this blog.