Are these 50+ Debilitating Symptoms Of Candida Overgrowth Making You Miserable andUnable to Lose Weight?

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With several ways in which the many symptoms of candida cause you to gain weight, you’ll find it impossible to get the pounds off – no matter how little you eat or how much you exercise – until you cure the root cause: the candida overgrowth. Read on to find out more!

First, you should know that Candida Albicans is a type of yeast (fungus) usually present in the intestinal tract.

Its presence alone is never a problem…

…but when the Candida fungus spreads out of control upsetting the natural balance of your system, the intestinal Candida symptoms become not only visible, but very troubling – even crippling – if left untreated for too long.

Believe it or not, the overgrowth of Candida (or Candidiasis) is responsible for a huge number of chronic health problems, which (sadly) are often misdiagnosed. Why? Because these symptoms are easily confused with other common disorders. Plus, most mainstream doctors are unaware of the severity and dangers of Candida Albicans symptoms.

In fact, you could bounce around from one doctor to another for years not realizing that what you’re in fact suffering from is NOT a number of different health issues (sometimes contradictory), but a constellation of all-encompassing symptoms of Candida overgrowth.

Just take a look at the most…


As you can see, many of these symptoms could be easily confused with a host of other chronic ailments. They are so varied and widespread that no one person has the same symptoms as another. But – if you are like most Candida sufferers – you may have as many as 20 or more debilitating symptoms like these.

Are you wondering about…

The Link Between the Symptoms of Candida Overgrowth and Your Weight Loss Resistance?

Well, when overgrown and spread throughout your body, intestinal Candida makes you:

  • gain weight (especially on your belly and thighs) and have a hard time getting it off because fat cells are continuously created in your body to store the toxic load produced by a Candida Albicans overgrowth – too high a load to be neutralized by your liver, which becomes overloaded
  • have unstoppable cravings – especially for sweets and refined carbs, the stuff that Candida yeast thrives on
  • experience all kinds of digestive dysfunctions and nutrient absorption issues that trigger further food cravings and lower your metabolism
  • store the calories you eat as body fat, instead of burning them for energy (because Candida Albicans overgrowth triggers your fat-storing hormones)
  • feel too tired and run down to exercise regularly

But there’s more.

A Candida overgrowth can easily spread to your blood stream, and from there to the other organs of your body. Once it spreads, it wreaks all kinds of havoc across all your body systems with its armory of over 75 different toxins, including ethanol and acetaldehyde.

How maddening is this??

In fact, if you’ve gained weight and have difficulty in losing it – despite eating less and less and exercising – you may be among the 80% of the people suffering from a Candida Albicans overgrowth, as Donna Gates, author of “The Body Ecology Diet” suggests.

What’s worse, is that you might also be among the great majority of people who aren’t even aware of it – that’s why it’s vital to know about these many symptoms of Candida Albicans overgrowth and how to deal with them intelligently.

How to Cure Candida Albicans and Get Rid of the Symptoms of Candida Overgrowth

As you can imagine, a thorough Candida healing protocol is comprehensive and complex but outlines simple steps you must take to eliminate the root problem of your Candida Albicans symptoms.

Read more about this:

How to Control the Causes of Candida Overgrowth

List of Foods that Cause Candida Overgrowth

Candida Diet Guidelines: DOs & DON’Ts

Candida-free Diet: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Menus

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