Learn More About Probiotics For Candida
March 8, 2013 | By Rachel Leone

Probiotics for Candida help address bacterial imbalances.* Everyone has good and bad bacteria living in their bodies. It is imperative to prevent bad bacteria from overpowering the beneficial bacteria.

Probiotics for Candida help restore and maintain balance of bacteria to promote optimum health.* As a result of restoring balance, probiotics can help alleviate symptoms related to Candida Albicans, commonly referred to as yeast infection.*

What Is Candida?

Candida Albicans, also known as known as Candida, is a type of parasitic fungi resembling yeast. It typically affects the vagina, mouth and intestinal tract. Daily pollutants and chemicals, antibiotics and excess humidity can cause a Candida overgrowth. Candida can affect both women and men.

What Can Candida Probiotics Do For You?

A daily regimen of probiotics can help replenish and maintain healthy levels of good bacteria in the body.* Proper balance is necessary for optimum health.

Some benefits of probiotics include:

  • Support of vaginal and urinary tract health.*
  • Support of the digestive tract.*
  • Support of natural defenses.*
  • An all-natural alternative to chemical-based medicines.*
  • Gets to the root cause of the problem, instead of temporarily masking symptoms, like medical drugs tend to do.*

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The best probiotics for Candida are available through online retailers, some grocery stores and health food stores.

You can get probiotics for Candida from foods like tempeh, miso, fermented cabbage, kefir and probiotic modified foods. To gain a beneficial amount of probiotics from these foods, you would need to consume several servings per day.

Most people prefer the convenience of a probiotic supplement with a longer shelf-life to get a higher amount of probiotics at once.

The best probiotic supplements will come from organic sources and contain at least two different strains of bacteria. They will also contain a prebiotic, such as inulin, to serve as a food source for the probiotics.

As long as you find an all-natural source, you should be able to gain health benefits from probiotics for Candida.*

The content material of this article or webpage is for educational and consumer information purposes only, under section 5 of DSHEA.

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