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The Quiet Evolution of Candida Resistance

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The Quiet Evolution of Candida Resistance

Thanks to our sugar-rich, acidic diets in the past few decades, yeast infections have become increasingly common. In answer, medical professionals have prescribed antibiotics at every opportunity, but unfortunately, bacteria evolve in response to challenges to their survival. Candida albicans is a normal inhabitant of your body, but too much of it can cause minor…

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Can Poor Oral Health Kill You?

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Can Poor Oral Health Kill You?

In a word, yes. Your oral health meaning the health of your gums, teeth, tongue and other oral tissues are connected to everything else in your body.  When you are sick with an illness in the body often there are changes in your mouth in response. Additionally, when you have infection in your mouth such…

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The Science Behind Red Wine And Weight Control

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The Science Behind Red Wine And Weight Control

Bacterial Balancing Act Consuming approximately nine ounces of a low alcohol red wine or Merlot on a daily basis was shown to reduce the bad bacteria and promote the growth of good bacteria in the gut. The balance of bacteria in the intestinal tract has long been known to promote good health. Good bacteria promote…

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What Are Baby Yeast Infections And How Can They Be Avoided?

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What Are Baby Yeast Infections And How Can They Be Avoided?

Most women can tell you about feminine yeast infections, but what about those that occur on a baby? The truth is a yeast infection can occur in any warm, wet environment, such as a wet diaper. Understanding why these infections occur and how to prevent them can make caring for your baby much easier. The…

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Treating Thrush

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Treating Thrush

During a woman’s lifetime, it’s likely that she will suffer from vaginal thrush at least once; it is the most common form of yeast infection. For many however, it’s often more than that. That’s because the good bacteria that help to naturally clean and protect the vagina are very delicate, and easily thrown off balance…

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