Candida Albicans

yeast organism

What is Candida Albicans

Candida Albicans- is an opportunistic fungus (or form of yeast), The Candida Albicans yeast is a part of the gut flora, a group of microorganisms that live in your mouth and intestine.

Cause of Candida Albicans

When your body's ability to contain it proves ineffective & consequently allows the yeast to spread, causing overgrowth.


*mercury for dental fillings

*chlorine from drinking and bathing/swimming water.

If left intreated.

treatment must be persistent and continued for as long as necessary to prevent symptoms from returning. Unfortunately there is no quick fix. Treatment duration will vary - some people may require treatment for only a few months, but most will have to treat for a year or more.

Treatment must be long term, consistent, and continual because the Candida organism is very resistant if the Candida organisms are killed off too rapidly, our body is flooded with overwhelming amounts of toxins from ruptured yeast cells. The body immediately reacts with an inflammatory immune response that can cause unbearable symptoms, known as “die-off”