How to Recognize Candida
The majority of today’s adults, as well as children, have candida. Many clients ask me to explain what this is and what to do it about it. All members of my family have experienced various degrees of candida and so I have had a lot of personal experience with bringing candida under control.
Candida occurs when one has insufficient good bacteria and yeast has overgrown. Candida Albicans is a yeast that normally lives in our intestinal and vaginal tracts, along with friendly or good bacteria. Yeast helps good bacteria grow, as long as the good bacteria is there in sufficient numbers and has the advantage in numbers. It’s excessive growth (to at least 60 yeast and fungus type organisms) that creates an imbalance in multiple systems in the body that is called candida.