These Candida protocols for yeast infection are formulated based on current information. However, research is on-going as more is learned about yeast infections.
As anyone who deals with candida knows, it can be years of myriad problems. Fortunately, a lot of information is accruing and new supplements surface constantly. Candida is balanced by using several approaches arising from learning its function and how it proliferates. It feeds on carbohydrates so a gluten-free diet is important, produces a bio-film to protect itself, adapts and becomes part of the host DNA.
Understanding yeast infection
To begin bringing yeast infections into balance, it must be understood that yeast is actually trying to perform a function. It is working to clean toxins from the host. Because of its adaptability, it is challenging to balance it. It’s good to remember that our own defense system is the best alternative for dealing with candida.
Candida protocols for yeast infection
- Ketogenic Diet: Low-carb, gluten-free diet. Can add raw, gluten-free oatmeal, with Buckwheat flour added for phylates, which tears away bio-film.
- Stevia: Carb-free sweetener.
- Anti-fungals: Clove may be used as an anti-fungual. May use clove in-between gums to slowly release its properties into the host. There are many more which should be incorporated into the diet.
- Gymnema sylvestre: Breaks up bio-film and helps sugar cravings.
- Bentonite Clay: Cleans toxins so candida isn’t needed and alleviates many die-off symptoms.
- Green tea: Caffeine in green tea differs from coffee so drink it for the benefits without side-effects. It is not a fast sugar the way it is in coffee. Although even slow sugars are bad for yeast infections, there’s a substance in green tea which “eats” excess glucose in blood. So we get health benefits from caffeine without glucose elevating properties of caffeine in coffee. Green tea fights Candida by reducing bio-film, which means our immune system has a better chance at balancing all the bacteria. Green tea enhances DNA repair which is important for anyone dealing with yeast infection.
- Olive Leaf extract and Kombucha tea: Eat candida and Olive Leaf extract builds the immune system.
- Probiotics: Bacteria that work with candida and also stimulate the immune system.
- Turpentine: Stops candida growth and repairs damaged tissues.
- Coconut oil: Kills off candida. One tablespoon after meals.
- Lactofern: Builds the immune system and reduces iron which some studies show as a problem with candida sufferers.
- D-Mannose: A natural sugar that doesn’t feed candida and does not let it stick to tissues when taken as directed. Especially good for UTI.
- Diindolylmethane (DIM): Helps metabolize estrogen which some studies show as problematic with yeast infections.
Candida protocols for yeast infection directions
These candida protocols for yeast infection should be used with intuition, rotated in their use, follow supplement directions and stick to the ketogenic diet and especially gluten-free food. Any flare-up can cause you to have to start all over with new products. Flare-ups are when candida overcomes and adapts to DNA. Everyone is different so using intuition is the best way to use these candida protocols.