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THRUSH

Thrush is a yeast infection of the mucus membrane lining the mouth and tongue. Thrush appears as whitish, velvety sores in the mouth and on the tongue. Underneath the whitish material, there is red tissue that may be inflamed

A normal healthy body hosts a variety of germs, including bacteria and fungi. Some of these are useful to the body, some produce no harm or benefit, and some can cause harmful infections.

Thrush occurs when a fungus called Candida albicans overgrows in your mouth. A small amount of this fungus lives in your mouth most of the time. It is usually kept in check by your immune system and other germs that also normally live in your mouth.

However, when your immune system is weak or when the other normal bacteria die, the fungus can overgrow. People who have diabetes and have high blood sugar levels are more likely to get thrush in the mouth (oral thrush), because the extra sugar in your saliva acts like food for candida albicans

Taking high doses of antibiotics or taking antibiotics for a long time also increases the risk of oral thrush. Antibiotics kill some of the healthy bacteria that help keep Candida from growing too much.

The following factors can increase your chances of getting thrush:

 The following factors can increase your chances of getting thrush:

Unhealthy diet – intolerance to wheat and gluten

Sugar laden diets; cakes and carbohydrtaes

Microwaved food

Generalised  poor health 

Lowered immunity

Dental problems such as tooth decay,

Mouth infections

Amalgam fillings

 Ill fitting dentures

Infections and Virus

Long-term use or high dose antibiotics

Medication such as Chemotherapy

Steroids such as the birth control pill

Candida Albicans can also cause yeast infections can spread into the gut and the colon and also into the vagina.

Symptoms are widespread and thrush is one of the most common causes of depression

Other symptoms include:

Bloating 

Exhaustion

Headaches

Weight gain

Hypo function

Constipation

Heavy periods and PMT

IBS

Allergy

Food intolerance

Diabetes

The most important nutrients for the support of thrush are probiotics such as acidophilus,

anti oxidants and the indigo Flower formulas  FF5 FF6 FF7 and FF8 as well as the Blue Tree Formula SF4 Imun T.

To support this condition changes in lifestyle are very important,  plenty of exercise and fresh air, a balanced diet rich in nourishment , green leafy vegetables and alkaline proteins such as fish and poultry, alkaline fruit.

Avoid:

Sugar   

Starch, cakes  and gluten wheat and corn.

Processed food, micro waved food

Transfats

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