Candida Yeast Support
IF YOU THOUGHT HAVING “FUNGUS & MOLD” IN YOUR HOUSE WAS BAD...IMAGINE HAVING IT “INSIDE” OF YOU ..
ARE YOU SUFFERING FROM ANY OF THESE?
the last decade, virtually everyone has become aware of the health
dangers caused by a home contaminated by fungus and mold. Just
imagine what could happen if your body was contaminated with fungus
You may be someone that is suffering from one or maybe even more of these issues.
And you may have tried a variety of products and treatments over the years to find relief. But think for a moment about all those health issues listed above ...
Up until now all these issues were thought to be separate and not connected. But now it seems many experts are coming forward and suggesting that perhaps all of these issues are connected to a fungal overgrowth in your intestinal tract. Research is beginning to support the same conclusion.
Here’s the inside scoop on how a “fungus
overgrowth” (many experts also refer to this as “candida” or
“candida albicans” or “candida yeast” or simply “yeast) can suddenly
make your life miserable by contributing to many of the issues
Your intestinal tract, made up of the small and large intestines is a critical part of your body - probably more so than you could ever have imagined. You see your intestinal tract is loaded with trillions of bacteria and before you go “yuck” realize that most of these these bacteria are a good and necessary part of our digestive systems. Without those trillions of bacteria helping us to digest our food and eliminate waste we would soon die.
Intermixed with those bacteria are a variety of
fungus ... like “candida” or “candida yeast”. In small
amounts this fungus, like the bacteria, can be helpful in our
ability to digest food and get rid of waste - but “something” seems
to cause this fungus to grow “out of control”. Many experts
agree there seems to be 4 factors that can trigger the fungus in
your intestinal tract to grow in numbers to the point that you could
begin to suffer in numerous ways.
Fungus “loves” carbohydrates! So it’s easy to see why a person that has a diet heavy in carbs could be suffering due to too much fungus. Antibiotics “kill” bacteria in your body, both good and bad. And what can happen is that with many good bacteria wiped out in your intestinal tract, there is nothing there to keep the fungus from growing out of control.
But regardless of how it happened, if you have an fungal overgrowth problem it can contribute to the issues discussed earlier. Keep in mind the typical person that has a fungal overgrowth problem could suffer one or maybe even several of those issues. For instance:
And know you might ask yourself, “Ok, I have a couple of those issues, but is there some sort of test I can take to make sure?” The fact is there are a few different tests out there. And until recently the usual test for a fungal overgrowth was sending a stool sample to a laboratory or through the use of blood tests - But now you can do something much easier and from what thousands of people have reported - Very accurate! And that is the, “Spit” or “ Saliva test”.
Over the last few years there have been 3 ways to
combat fungus problems:
Unfortunately all 3 methods have been dismal failures for the most part according to the thousands of people that have tried them and failed. Let’s talk about the diet thing first ...
“Fungus free” of “Candida free” or “Yeast free” diets are brutal. Your food choices come down to green vegetables with some sort of lean meat. Most people can only stay on such a rigid diet for only a few days before becoming frustrated. Taking anti-fungal drugs and supplements pose 2 problems - 1) they are reported by many to be particularly hard on the other internal organs, 2) anti-fungals may kill some fungus but it’s not going to “fix” the problem.
You see the real problem is the existing bacteria in your intestinal tract aren’t strong enough to control the fungal overgrowth. This is where taking probiotics or a dietary supplement that contains live bacteria comes into play.
And even though on the surface taking regular probiotic may seem to make a lot of sense, many people report very little success.
Why is that?
The reason seems to be that most probiotic don’t deliver either the right kind or amount of live bacteria to be effective. However in the 1990’s a probiotic developed in Japan, began to achieve world acclaim for it’s ability to provide relief for those issues contributed to by fungal overgrowth. And what was so great about this probiotoc? This probiotic contained 3 very unique strain of bacteria that were found to be very aggressive toward the fungus in the intestinal tract. Well the bacteria found this famed Japan probiotic are found in this Godsend product “Candida Yeast Support”.
WHY IS “CYS” SO SUCCESSFUL ?
It is a “synbiotic”. Synbiotics are a combination of prebiotics and probiotics in one capsule. Sort of like a double edged sword! A “bacteria fertilizer” (the prebiotic) is combined with the live bacteria and packed in a capsule, with the expressed purpose of “feeding” the good bacteria that is already in your intestinal tract, causing it to grow and reproduce which helps to crowd out the bad bacteria. The live bacteria is put into a deep sleep by dry freezing it very quickly and then it is put into capsules. When they reach your intestines they “wake up” and start bringing the bad bacteria under control. The capsule is enterocoated, which allows the bacteria to pass through the stomach acids much more safely to reach the intestinal tract intact. Dead bacteria aren’t going to do anyone good!
The person behind Candida Yeast Support is Leeda McCabe and nobody else can claim they have her expertise when it comes to alternative health products. She is a certified Colonic Therapist, Hydrotherapy and Oxygen Specialist. Yeast problems is one of her key interests.
There are 60 capsules per bottle. A maintenance amount is 1 capsule per day. For someone starting a aggressive program 2-4 capsules a day for the first 30 to 60 days.
It is gluten free and contains no dairy products.