The Latest Health Reviews for Women



Dealing with mold in the body can be an overwhelming process. If you have had a long-term exposure to toxic molds, it is important to not only remove yourself from the exposure permanently, but to also treat the spores that may still be causing symptoms in your body. There are many different treatments and foods to consume or avoid. Today ...

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Candida is a fungus that naturally lives in your mouth in tiny amounts and is usually controlled by your immune system. However, if your immune system is compromised, then a disease called thrush can develop. At the time of publication, there is no evidence that this is related to a magnesium deficiency, although that also can be bad for your ...

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Candida Albicans is a type of yeast that naturally lives in the human body. When the body is healthy and balanced, it is not a problem and performs important functions in the digestive system. However when something upsets the natural balance in the body, Candida can become out of control and begin to cause many types of health problems. This ...

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Black Cohosh


Black Cohosh is an herb that exerts its effects on the endocrine regulatory (hormonal) mechanism in your body. It’s a phytoestrogen, but by definition that means it’s weaker than the estrogens your body creates. Structurally, black cohosh more closely resembles estradiol, which researchers believe offers protection against cancer of the endometrium, ovaries and breast. That’s a real conclusion from research ...

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Urinary tract infections (UTIs), which are infections anywhere along the urinary tract including the bladder and kidneys, are the second most common type of infection in the United States. (1) These infections can be caused by poor hygiene, impaired immune function, the overuse of antibiotics, the use of spermicides, and sexual intercourse. The most common cause, accounting for about 90 ...

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Candida albicans is the specific fungus responsible for vaginitis, the most common type of yeast infection. Yeast in the human body is present in moist areas like the vagina or mouth. Even healthy women between 20% and 50% will have yeast present in the vagina. Vaginitis is characterized by symptoms like extreme itchiness, vaginal irritation and discharge or burning sensation ...

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Zinc plays many critical roles in fighting candida. People with recurring yeast infections tend to be zinc deficient, and modern farming practices such as depleted mineral content in soil, and using pesticides and other chemicals used to grow produce, contribute to deficiencies. High zinc-content foods, such as red meat, are often skipped in favor of chicken, soy, or seafood. Candida ...

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Vitamin B


The topic of acidity/alkalinity and Candida overgrowth always results in great confusion. Your body’s typical pH reading should be 7.4 (slightly alkaline), but there are very good reasons why you need to actually make your gut more acidic to kill the Candida yeast. How does this make sense? Well, what one part of your body needs may be completely different ...

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