Intestinal candida: is it the cause of abdominal fat and the feeling of bloating?

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Does your belly often feel bloated? Do you find it difficult to lose belly fat? You may have intestinal Candida symptoms. Our diets today can encourage Candida overgrowth causing health problems, especially in the digestive tract.

When yeast or Candida multiply beyond normal levels in the body, they can threaten the immune system. Sometimes we don’t realize that we are feeding the yeast and causing Candida overgrowth. Intestinal Candida can cause bloating, gas and cramping. Candida overgrowth can also cause desperate cravings for sugar and carbohydrates that cause belly fat.

If Candida feeds and grows, it can burrow into organs, multiply, and invade the digestive tract, nasal passages, tongue, and vagina. Candida can produce a byproduct called acetaldehyde and it is the same compound responsible for the hangover effect. Acetaldehyde is a toxin and can accumulate in the muscles, brain, and spinal cord. It will cause sore muscles, confused thoughts, and pain.

Common symptoms of Candida overgrowth:

* Bloating or flatulence

* unexplained tiredness

* Candidiasis and recurrent cystitis

* Food cravings, especially sugar and bread (carbohydrates).

* Fungal infections of the skin or nails, athlete’s foot, Psoriasis

* Headaches

* acne

* rectal itching

* Food and chemical sensitivities

* Endometriosis

* Abs bread

* Numbness, tingling and weak muscles

* Constipation

* Muscle aches, joint pain

* Blurry vision

* earaches

* Recurring sore throats and stuffy nose

* Difficulties with weight gain or loss

* Symptoms worsen in damp weather or places, moldy environments

* Alcohol intolerance

* Mood swings, feelings of strangeness, memory loss and depression

Reducing Candida can be challenging, but it can be done. You can’t completely get rid of Candida, but you can stop the overgrowth through diet and nutrition.

Foods that contain yeast and that you should avoid:

Cakes, breads, cookies, crackers, rolls, buns, pastries, filling mixes, breadcrumb products, soy sauce, nuts, all fermented beverages such as beer, spirits, wine cider and malted products, vinegars, miso, tempeh, tofu, smoked meats and fish, processed meats, and peanuts.

You should avoid eating sugar, nuts and some natural fruits at first. Some people cannot eat fruit at all. You should see how your body responds. Avoid alcohol, as it turns into pure sugar and feeds the yeast. Avoid refined carbohydrates that easily turn into sugar. These foods are usually white flour products and processed foods. Try to eat natural and organic foods, especially lots of vegetables.

At first, when you are not eating the usual foods that your Candida is used to, it may suffer from extinction effects. The Candida is protesting and clamoring for more food to feed the yeast. Side effects may include headaches, aches and pains, fatigue, dizziness, nausea, and excess mucus. The quenching effects can mimic whatever is fighting to break free, but stick with it and know that the new diet is working.

In a short time these side effects will pass. It’s your body’s way of saying “we’re fighting yeast, so please don’t feed the yeast!”

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