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How do I know if I have Candida?

Everyone has Candida yeast in there gut, it is natural and should be there. The problem arises when the Candida yeast in the gut manages to invade the bloodstream and develop into another form which is Candida fungus. Due to Candida being ever present in our bodies in the yeast form it makes it more difficult to test for as the test must be able to differentiate between fungus and yeast. This results in only blood testing as a reasonably reliable testing method.

Our advice is that if it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck then it’s a duck! If you have several of the signs and symptoms of Candida infection then you most likely have a Candida infection.

Chitin synthesis inhibitor works on the fungal form not the yeast form, as the yeast does not have a chitin cell wall. As the treatment is safe and has no side effects we often say it is better to treat as if you have it, than to ignore because you cannot do a reliable test…

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