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  • Steph Ryan


Updated: Dec 22, 2019

In a healthy state, the good bacteria in the gut limits candida from overgrowing. Toxic heavy metals can damage the healthy bacteria in the gut and disturb the good bacteria, candida balance; with less good bacteria to control candida’s growth, candida as an opportunistic organisms changes into a more aggressive fungal form that spreads and releases over 80 different toxins. These toxins can get anywhere in the body, suppress the immune system and cause a wide variety of health issues and yeast infections all over the body.

Evidence suggests that candida and other yeasts can bind to certain toxic heavy metals and prevents them from entering the bloodstream. This ability of candida protects the body but may also cause candida to overgrow which leads to yeast infection issues in the body.

Heavy metal toxicity can prevent the body from healing candida overgrowth and in many cases can make the yeast infections become worse. If you have candida overgrowth and toxic heavy metals issues, the heavy metal toxicity should be treated as well as the candida overgrowth. Only when the heavy metal toxicity problem was addressed, the candida overgrowth became easier to manage.

The majority of fungal conditions or chronic infections should be considered a conscious adaptation of the immune system to an otherwise lethal environment by heavy metals. Mercury suffocates the mechanism and can cause respiratory intracellular cell death. So the immune system reaches a compromise: Grow bacteria and yeasts that can bind large amounts of toxic metals.”

The advantage? The cells can breathe. The price to pay? The system has to provide nourishment for microorganisms and their products produce metabolic toxins.

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