Candida (Sugar Intolerance) Quiz

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There is a chance you could be starting to have problems with candida – bad bacteria overgrowth from undigested sugars and proteins.

Candida feeds on undigested food, especially sugar. Eating too fast, and swallowing big pieces of food that are too hard to digest also contributes to candida. Fiber is also a contributing culprit since our bodies don’t make the cellulase enzyme to break down fiber (cellulose). Enzyme therapy would be a consideration if you’ve tried changing some eating habits and still have symptoms.

Small lifestyle adjustments now can get you back on track and keep you there!

BE CAREFUL! You are headed for problems with candida overgrowth and need to start changing your diet.

Bacteria overgrowth occurs from undigested sugars and proteins, especially sugar. Eating too fast is also a contributor. Big pieces of food can't be broken down very easily, and that's why it's so important to thoroughly chew your food. Fiber is a factor, as well, as our bodies don’t make the cellulase enzyme to break down fiber. Serious consistent changes in diet could help alleviate some of your symptoms and Enzyme therapy is highly recommended.

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WARNING! Your score indicates a bacteria overgrowth has occurred. It is HIGHLY recommended that you change your lifestyle and eating habits and seek advice for further help.

At this stage, Candida, or bad bacteria overgrowth from undigested sugars and proteins, is difficult to eliminate without the use of enzyme therapy. Candida feeds on undigested food, especially sugar. Eating too fast and swallowing big pieces of food, which are too big to break down, are also contributors. Fiber is a contributor, as well, because our body doesn't break down fiber. Changing your lifestyle and eating habits will be beneficial, but a complete treatment program would also include enzyme therapy.

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To get you started on the right path, here are some of the best Candida-fighting foods:

  • raw organic carrots
  • coconut oil
  • onions
  • garlic
  • seaweed
  • ginger
  • olive oil
  • lemons
  • limes
  • cayenne pepper
  • pumpkin seeds
  • fermented veggies
  • cinnamon
  • cloves

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