What happens far too often is that a person will see several doctors for a variety of different symptoms and be treated without having a clear understanding or diagnosis of the “problem” and without seeing improvement. In cases like this, my professional experience suggests it is very likely to be a problem of “yeast” overgrowth.
While everyone has yeast, Candida, living in our intestines and our mouths, which might help us digest and absorb nutrients, there are certain factors that may lead to the overgrowth of this naturally occurring yeast. Such an imbalance in the gut microbiome can lead to a variety of problems that are usually not detected by mainstream medical professionals. High stress, high sugar, and carbohydrate consumption, eating fermented foods, drinking alcohol and more, are just some activities that can lead to yeast overgrowth, which I call The Yeast Syndrome.
This overgrowth of yeast can cause or worsen a variety of conditions. One may experience skin issues or rashes, vaginal or rectal infections, irritability, mood swings, depression, digestive issues, exhaustion, or skin and nail infections. When left undiagnosed and not correctly treated over the long-term, The Yeast Syndrome can also complicate or perhaps even lead to the development of heart disease, diabetes, and more. So many of our illness problems are interrelated, yet they are treated as separate “conditions” by most medical professionals (remember “specialists”). I can assure you though, that properly diagnosing and taking care of The Yeast Syndrome could solve or improve many health issues and even some that you haven’t yet experienced.
In 1986, I wrote the book on taming the inner yeast. It is simply called, The Yeast Syndrome. Bantam Books still publishes it today, as a continuing favorite. For 40 years now, I have been helping patients otherwise frustrated with the lack of improvement they’ve received on the mainstream medical merry-go-round to recover their health and the joy of living. If you are still suffering from symptoms that have not been helped, give my office a call and let’s get to the root of your health issues. Let’s find out if you have an overgrowth of inner yeast that needs to be tamed. Trust me…it will be a lot easier now than it could be later.