Remedy: Diet - candida recovery
Diet - candida recovery. Candida recovery diet, foods to avoid, foods to get more of, effects of yeast die-off
Comment posted by Tagscreen of San Diego , California , USA on 26 August 2021 at 6:0 5310
I've struggled with Demodex mites for nearly two years. My doctor's diagnosis was scabies. Permethrin cream didn't work at all in fact I think they enjoyed eating it! I too started researching because of my diabetes - others had said I must have diabetic neuropathy that can mimic the creepy crawly feeling. The entire time bathing or showering just made it worse. I found a bed bug one day and it put me on the hunt for bugs that infested humans. The Demodex mites symptoms are spot on. I recently found out I've had Candida Glabrata which is the worst yeast infection. Recent studies have found that mental illness has now been associated with yeast overgrowth. I definitely agree with getting the yeast under control before anything else. To add insult to injury I'm allergic to all gluten foods, therefore, my diet is consistent with anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory foods. Zinc-rich foods should be limited because they makes hormones elevate and that's what causes our sebaceous glands to over-produce sebum that these mites crave. My best food friend is chicory root or the inulin by itself. Whether it's made from the root or blue agave is your preference. I'm waiting for payday to buy boric acid suppositories as my pharmacist recommended. I hope this helps someone because I'm determined to rid myself of this awful mite infestation! Thanks for sharing your stories as well! Good luck.
Reply from David Niven Miller:
1. Zinc-rich foods help your immune system to control both mites and fungal infection.
2. Instead of buying boric acid capsules, read the Grow Youthful web page on Borax , which is a fraction of the cost.
Comment posted by Mik of Melbourne , VIC , Australia on 5 October 2017 at 21:29 4781
I’ve had a mite infection since 2012. I developed it before my 44 days of court and was taking drugs with the stress. Idiot, I know. But oh well it’s done now... I suffered, lost my hair line, eye lashes and my freakin mind! Mites were in my nose, under my arms, all over my shoulders my cheeks and eyebrows.
Yeast fungi is related to demodex and so is your immune system and for people like me major stress events caused the initial outbreak. Once you are susceptible to them once, you’ll always be so it’s a matter of maintaining a healthy low sugar anti-candida diet with a few supps and a good shampoo with tea tree oil, coconut oil and clove oil. I used 100 different remedies Ivermectin, TTO, ethanol, sulphurs, multi vitamins, cleaner diet and no matter what I just could not get them fully under control. I tried an anti histamine called aureus, it cured me completely for 6 weeks then all the sudden my body got used to it and they came back worse than ever. I spent all this money on products when all I needed was TTO, clove oil and coconut oil in my shampoo and a herb called Pau d-arco. It’s a bark from the Amazon that controls yeast and fungus on the skin! It regulated my problem on my skin and has completely cured me. I have a problem worth 5 now compared to 100 previously. Mik
Comment posted by Lou of Adelaide, South Australia, Australia on 3 February 2017 at 16:26 4457
Hi everyone. After 2 years suffering from various skin conditions, hair loss and general poor health, I finally have a possible answer to what causes over-population of demodex mites. I recently diagnosed myself after doctors and dermatologists failed to find out the cause of all my health issues. I have a yeast overgrowth that has spread throughout my body, including skin and scalp. Here's the punchline: demodex mites multiply when there is abundant food - namely yeast on skin. Yeast also spreads spores all over your body. So they have a smorgasboard of food to eat and multiply. My tip to you all is have the specific candida blood test which measures yeast in your body. You will never eradicate the mites if you have a yeast issue. I have been on a candida diet and using various anti-fungals such as apple cider vinegar, pure aloe vera juice, unrefined coconut oil, lots of d vitamins plus high-strength probiotics for 4 months now. My mites problem is now under control and once the yeast on my scalp is gone I feel I will be fully cured.