Feb 14, 2012
What diseases causes the imbalance of intestinal flora?Candida infection has plenty of manifestations, from simple eczema to cancer. If you are also searching for ways to treat Candidiasis, please see the link at the end of this article!
1. Skin conditions
There is a strong link between a healthy skin and intestinal flora balance. Healthy skin reflects a healthy intestinal flora.
Studies have shown that psoriasis, eczema and some forms of skin rash are related to candidiasis. In a study done in 1997 on 40,000 patients with psoriaris, researchers found that three quarters of patients had large imbalances in the intestinal flora, and the presence of fungus Candida albicans was raised well above normal.
In the category of skin disorders: vulvovaginitis (vaginal candidiasis) – which most of the women have to deal at least once in lifetime, and foot fungus (Tinea pedis) affecting both men and women. A nail mycosis appears – it is also an infection that is based on the imbalance of intestinal flora.
Lupus is another skin disorder associated with intestinal flora imbalance, ie growth in excess of Candida albicans.
2. Digestive system disorders
There are several manifestations of intestinal flora imbalance that occurs in the digestive system.
From the whitish deposits on the tongue to Crohn’s disease, irritable bowel syndrome, gluten intolerance (celiac disease) and allergies to different foods. Also irregular stools (constipation/diarrhea) and abdominal cramps appear.
3. Chronic fatigue syndrome
79 mycotoxins were discovered, which Candida albicans releases daily in organism. These toxins put a constant pressure on the body, consuming an enormous amount of energy each day strive to neutralize and eliminate these toxins. This daily loss of energy has consequences such as chronic fatigue, lack of energy, prolonged drowsiness, blurred mind, inability to concentrate, lack of vitality and the loss of zest for life.
In addition, lack of beneficial bacteria (probiotic) decreases the body’s ability to absorb nutrients from food – which is why chronic fatigue syndrome is emphasized .
All this strongly affects the patient’s mental and emotional balance: depression, anxiety, emotional sensitivity and insomnia.
4. Other diseases associated with intestinal flora imbalance
Studies show that there is a strong connection between the gut flora imbalance and most chronic diseases: rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, hypothyroidism, chronic sinusitis and… last but not least cancer.
5. Cancer is a fungus
The oncologist Tullio Simoncini is the one who was released the hypothesis that tumors (cancer) of any kind are caused by Candida albicans. He realized this when he discovered that all tumors were white (the color of Candida), not red. The next step was to find an effective treatment to kill the fungus quickly and without side effects.
Dr. Simoncini tested the effect of various antifungal drugs against tumors and concluded that the best antifungal agent is the sodium hydrogen carbonate (baking soda) – fastest kills Candida albicans, without side effects.
Treatment for cancer involves injecting sodium bicarbonate into the artery that carries blood to the cancer affected organ, so that the tumor has come into direct contact with the bicarbonate. While for the skin cancer baking soda can be applied directly, for neck cancer can be drunk, and for the colon cancer can be applied by enema.
Video: Dr. Tullio Simoncini about Candida albicans, Yeast, Fungus and Cancer – The Cure
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