Your Blatant Holiday Feasting May Be Over But The Yeast Continues To Feast
Well, you made it through another stressful, and hopefully jolly, holiday season. Perhaps you were able to celebrate with family and friends you didn’t get to see in 2020 because of COVID-19. And maybe this holiday season was disrupted a bit with the latest mutation being touted everywhere. Whatever your holiday season brought, the good news is that it’s over and you survived and are launching into a New Year.
80 Million Americans Suffer From The Yeast Syndrome
While you may have taken a brief break from some of the feasting, I can assure you there is something in your body that continues to feast non-stop, 24/7, 365. That is the troublesome Candida albicans which is responsible for innumerable unexplained illnesses. I refer to this as “The Yeast Syndrome.” Many of today’s more common causes of pain and unexplained illnesses are caused by the yeast syndrome. But the truth is most people are unaware because mainstream medical professionals typically don’t look for the real root of disease. They treat symptoms by prescribing pills and surgeries. The fact is that 80 million men, women and children in America are affected by The Yeast Syndrome.
Yeast Loves Holidays
In our rich country, many people eat as if it is a holiday every day. Then on holidays, they just eat more of the stuff they eat on a daily basis. Even though many people start the year out by eliminating alcoholic beverages and having a “dry January,” which does give the body a brief reprieve, those same people continue to eat things that yeast thrives on. It so happens that certain factors like high stress, high sugars and carbs, eating fermented foods, or high consumption of alcohol may lead to overgrowth of yeast. Sounds like a holiday for yeast every day!
Make This The Year To Take On The Yeast Beast
The start of a fresh new year is a great time to take stock of your health. Instead of trying the latest diet trend, why not come in for a health review and let’s really get to the bottom of whatever is really ailing you. Those aches and pains you’ve been attempting to “cure” with the help of mainstream medicine may be related to the overgrowth of C. albicans or to other toxins that the body isn’t getting rid of for a variety of reasons. The yeast syndrome can cause or worsen a variety of conditions such as skin issues or rashes, vaginal or rectal infections, irritability, mood swings, depression, digestive issues, exhaustion, skin and nail infections and more.
So, now that the blatant feasting is over, give your amazing body a real treat. Give our office a call and schedule an appointment that could be life changing, maybe even life-saving.