Candida thrives on lots of sugar

Candida thrives on lots of sugar

There are 3 comments on the Alamogordo Daily News story from Mar 30, 2011, titled Candida thrives on lots of sugar. In it, Alamogordo Daily News reports that:

Candidiasis, more commonly known as candida, is a yeast-like fungus that inhabits the intestines, mouth, esophagus, throat and genital tract.

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Kimberly B

Alamogordo, NM

#1 Mar 31, 2011
When you look up the symptons for women and men and what you have to eat/not eat to get it under control... "Candida" is the root of all EVIL!!!
Alamogordo Resident

Albuquerque, NM

#2 Mar 31, 2011
There is a product called "three-lac" that actually does help with the process of healing your body from candida overgrowth. I encourage those who have chronic issues with yeast infections to check it out on the web. It has proven to work for many people and has improved their quality of life! Check out the website and maybe give it a try!

London, UK

#3 Apr 11, 2011
now i know what Candidians are so fat! I holidayed in Toronto a year ago and was amayzed by the size of the people in Candidia. They should lay of the sugary food and eat healthy.


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