Candida

On the Verge of a Paradigm Shift for Treating MS

Posted on May 5, 2015 in Candida, Health and Wellness, Newsletters | 0 comments

Science is on the verge of making a paradigm shift in the treatment of MS. “A common athlete’s foot cream . . . could cure multiple sclerosis, scientists believe,” The Telegraph reported on April 20, 2015. U.S. researchers from Case Western Reserve University stated in the journal Nature, “This truly represents a paradigm shift in how we think about restoring function to multiple sclerosis patients.” They found the antifungal cream miconazole instructs stems cells in the brain to repair nerve damage of those with MS. Science is almost smack-dab in alignment with what...

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Why Don’t I Feel Good?

Posted on Sep 1, 2013 in Ailments/Diseases, Candida, Health and Wellness, Newsletters | 0 comments

Time to revisit candida and what that means to you. Most everyone reading this email has candida overgrowth, whether it is a mild, moderate, or severe case. Why? Because of the greater exposure to chemicals in food, air, and water; poor quality food supply and intake; overuse of pharmaceutical drugs; and stress levels being higher than ever before. WHAT IS CANDIDA? Candida (yeast) is a ubiquitous single-celled organism that lives in everyone’s body and primarily resides in the gastrointestinal tract. It stays balanced until we take pharmaceutical drugs (antibiotics, steroids, birth...

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May 2010 Newsletter Sugar Addiction

Posted on May 1, 2010 in Addictions, Ailments/Diseases, Candida, Diet/Nutrition, Emotional/Mental/Spiritual Health, Newsletters | 2 comments

How many of you out there, including myself, have devoured a box of cookies, eaten a pint of ice cream, or couldn’t stop eating the bread and butter served at a restaurant? Why is it that we know sugar and white flour are not good for us but we still can’t stop ourselves? Researchers at Princeton University report that sugar-loving mice demonstrate all three criteria of addiction: increased intake, withdrawal, and cravings that lead to relapse. Previous work has shown that mice deprived of food for several hours and then allowed to binge on sugar water (with concentrations...

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