Understanding Candida

Understanding Candida : Causes, Treatment and Cure

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Candida is a yeast-related infection caused by an overgrowth of yeast, a certain type of fungus and it can occur anywhere on the body. Candida is the most common form of yeast infection, with over 20 different species of its kind. Candida albicans is the most common type. These fungi can grow and thrive in any part of the body, and under ideal conditions they can multiply and cause infection, particularly in moist and warm conditions. Examples of these infections include thrush (infections on oral cavity tissues) vaginal yeast infections, skin and nail bed infections as well as rashes beneath large breasts. In this eBook you will learn: Chapter 1 --- What are the Causes of Candida Yeast Infection Chapter 2 --- Candidiasis Yeast Infection Symptoms and Signs Chapter 3 --- When You Should Seek Medical Attention for Candida Chapter 4 --- Foods to Eat On a Candida Cleanse Diet Chapter 5 --- Candidiasis Yeast Infection Self-Care at Home Take advantage of this great opportunity so you can understand, treat and cure Candida. Let's get started!
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  • Paperback | 24 pages
  • 216 x 280 x 1mm | 86g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514708256
  • 9781514708255

About J D Rockefeller

J.D.ROCKEFELLER is an internationally renowned author with a simple, yet engaging writing style. An avid world traveler and wine connoisseur, he enjoys looking at the world through a writer's lens and putting his thoughts to paper everywhere he goes. We invite you to stay tuned for many of his upcoming writings by visiting www.myfreeebookdownload.com
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