right combination of supplements can support and maintains
a healthy balance of naturally occurring microorganisms
throughout your system. It can also help strengthen
your immune system and maintain general good health.
To address yeast-related health conditions, make sure
your supplements are yeast-free, sugar-free, and color-free.
contain friendly bacteria that help you keep a natural,
healthy balance of microorganisms in your digestive
tract. There are many different forms and brands of
probiotics -- available in foods, pills and capsules.
But to be effective, they must be able to bypass the
harsh stomach acid and deliver at least 1 billion
live organisms to the intestines.
help maintain a natural, healthy digestion.
Among their many benefits,
these supplements helps you comfortably digest problem
foods like broccoli, cauliflower, beans, fruit, and
Herbs and nutrients
inhibit the growth of Candida albicans. In
addition to prescription antifungal medications, these
can help support a healthy balance of intestinal bacteria,
reigning in yeast growth. Some ingredients to look for: caprylic acid, pau D'Arco, oregano, oil,
black walnut, grapefruit seed extract, garlic, beta
Vitamins and minerals.
Taking a daily multivitamin and mineral supplement
helps supply your body with the nutrients it needs
to help you regain optimum health.
: Do not try to self-treat a chronic health condition!
Find a caring, knowledgeable physician
to work with you to tailor a care plan for you
and your situation. If you and your health care professional
decide that supplements would be helpful for you,
remember that herbs and supplements work very gradually
in the body. Try
them for at least three months before you decide whether
or not they are effective.
pay close attention to signals your body sends you.
They may be very subtle, but very important to notice.
Any changes in energy, appetite, sleep, taste, smell,
hearing, eyesight? Keep detailed notes
so you will notice how your body responds. Discuss
any supplements you plan to take with your physician
before you start them. Some medications
interact with certain herbs and supplements and alter
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