Candida Testing

More than sixty percent of people suffer of this dreaded disease termed as candida. It normally resides in the healthy balanced body, found mostly in the intestines, genital tract, mouth, and throat. It is when the balance of the body is disturbed the parasite start budding. This is called as Candidiasis and the fungus spreads to all parts of the body through the bloodstream releasing its toxins to many parts of the body. Initially the harmless yeast fungus can overgrow throughout the intestine and penetrate into inner organs such as lungs, kidneys or heart and there after it becomes dangerous to the body. And later the skin and mucus membrane can also be attacked.

Link to the candida

Candida actually forms the hidden link between what the human eats how it feels. Foods and eateries such as bread, cheese, alcohol and sugar can cause a host of physical, mental and emotional problems if a person is suffering from Candidiasis.

For any healthy body candida albicans including, bacteria and yeasts are present on the skin and in the mouth, nose and digestive tract. Normally, these microorganisms exist on and in the body without causing any harm rather some of the microorganisms present in the lower digestive tract are highly beneficial in assisting in the digestion of food and in synthesizing vitamins that are essential to the good health.

Under certain conditions parasite of candida can increase and upset the balance of the body. This results in an infection known as Polysystemic Chronic Candidiasis and is occurred in men, women and children.

Physical and mental symptoms

* Digestive symptoms such as cravings for sugar or breads, chronic bloating, cramps.
* Emotional symptoms such as depression, irritability, inability to concentrate, frequent mood swings.
* Muscles and Joints symptoms such as aching joints and muscles, feeling weak or tired.
* Weight symptom such as binge eating, excessive weight gain, water retention.
* Urogenital symptom such as frequent infections, itching, discharge.
* Other significant symptoms such as premenstrual syndrome, headaches, rashes, delayed food allergies.

There are several factors, which can contribute to the growth of Candida albicans to overgrow in the lower intestinal tract.