Yeast Overgrowth in the Human Body

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Yeast overgrowth in the human body l Homestead Lady l Part one of threeThe following will be part one of a three part series that I’m passing along to you, with her permission, from a wonderful woman I know who has mentored me in many, many ways.  This series will address the topic of Yeast Overgrowth in the Human Body – you may have a yeast problem and not even know it.affiliate disclaimer for top

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Amy Jones is a child birth educator, doula, holistic teacher, vaccine awareness educator, founder/director of the LDS Holistic Living Events, founder of Birthologie.com, has served as Board President of the Utah College of Midwives, author of The Way of the Peaceful Birther and A World of Wisdom Cookbook  AND is the homeschooling mother of six.  It exhausts me just to type all that!

Do I have yeast?

One of the many classes I’ve attended where Amy has been the principle mentor is one she taught on the topic of yeast overgrowth in the human system and how it’s a problem that rages across the US and, indeed, the world and is severely underdiagnosed; in fact, if you bother to mention the idea that a yeast overgrowth could be causing your arthritis to a conventional doc, they’ll most likely simply dismiss the idea.  I can’t tell you how the health and happiness of my family has increased since we started cleansing yeast in holistic, gentle ways and have changed our diet to prevent further yeast overgrowth!  Major case in point – for the first time in my mothering experience I am able to breast feed a happy, healthy baby with no thrush or projectile vomiting for her and no breast infections for me.  I’m actually enjoying breast feeding which is something I never thought possible!

This article is thorough and, therefore, lengthy so I’ll be splitting it up in three parts for your viewing pleasure.  As always, do your own research and draw your own conclusions.  The information herein is not meant to replace yours or  your chosen medical professional’s opinion.  So, without further ado, here it is…

Yeast Overgrowth in the Human Body

Yeast Overgrowth in the Human Body l Homestead Lady l Part 1

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Taming the Yeasty Beasties from birthologie.com

What if I told you that your baby’s colic, cradle cap, ear infections, diaper rashes, allergies and sleep sensitivities were all one problem?
What if I told you that your mastitis, eczema, hives, PMS, cramps, and gas were all one problem?
What if I told you that your baby acquired her problems from you?  And that this problem contributed to things like arthritis, ADD, autism, lupus, infertility, endometriosis, and gluten sensitivity
What if I told you could solve these problems easily
Would you do it?  Who wouldn’t?

It’s the most underdiagnosed problem in the world, and is at the root of an endless list of ailments.

What is Yeast?

Internal yeast, or Candida Albicans, is part of the `zoo’ in our bodies and we need a certain level of it in order to be healthy.  Yeast is responsible for eating our bodies away when we die.  But when we have an overgrowth in our bodies, it can literally eat us alive.

How is it managed?

 While the liver is responsible for the management of yeast, yeast can overgrow in every part of our body.  The overgrowth (known as Candidiasis) usually starts in the digestive system and gradually spreads to other parts of the body. It is also a type of parasite that is strong, invasive and usually attaches itself to the intestinal wall and becomes a permanent resident of the internal organs. 

Candidiasis has the ability to produce 75 toxic substances that can poison the human body.

Candidiasis is so invasive that it enters the gastrointestinal wall in the form of fungus where it develops very long, root like structures that penetrates the wall breaking down the protective barrier between the intestinal tract and the bloodstream. This breakdown allows the entrance of foreign as well as toxic substances to the bloodstream where they can harm various body systems.

The breaking down of the barrier results in some major problems especially when proteins and other food wastes are not completely digested or removed. There can also be an attack on the immune system that causes severe allergic reactions, fatigue and other health problems. Candidiasis together with some bacteria swimming in the bloodstream is dangerous since it will be able to find its way to other tissues.

Candida infection may also cause of some heart attacks. There are reported cases of people who have never been diagnosed with heart problems, but then die from a heart attack for no apparent reason. Further, investigation has lead to surprising findings of Candida yeast causing undiagnosed heart attacks. Candida yeast can cover the heart, which is what causes the heart attack. The Candida yeast reaches the heart by means of the bloodstream.

Candidiasis or Candida infection usually interferes with digestion and assimilation of vitamins and minerals. A great number of senior citizens, cancer patients as well as those individuals with HIV are suffering nutritional deficiencies because their body is unable to absorb nutrients from the food that they eat.  A great number of people are experiencing iron deficiency due to the presence of Candida.

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Immunological weaknesses and infectious conditions are usually worsened by the presence of Candida parasites throughout the body. Yeast cell activity gives off two dangerous by-products:  acetaidehyde and ethanol.   The Candida parasites also prohibit oxygen from entering the tissues. The ethanol that is given off by Candida parasites is the major cause excessive fatigue and reduction of strength and stamina in people infected with Candida. The ethanol likewise destroys enzymes that are needed for providing cells with energy and releases free radicals that hasten the aging process.

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Women think that just because they don’t have a vaginal yeast infection, they must not have a yeast problem.  Most everyone believes that men can’t have a yeast problem.  And that the only symptom in a baby is thrush.

Yeast overgrowth manifests itself in so many different ways that it can be hard to keep up, but getting to the root of your symptoms is such a relief.  When I realized that all my babies problems were yeast related, and so many of my problems were also yeast that I got in the womb from my mother, it made solving all these symptoms so easy – all I needed to do was balance yeast.   

Stay tuned to find out what the stages of yeast overgrowth are, what process can be used for balancing yeast and what the side effects are…Read Part 2 here and Part 3 here.



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    • Homestead Lady says

      We’ll post more soon and I hope it helps! We’ve had great success cleansing yeast with a simple herbal mix and a change in diet. God bless!

  1. says

    Over the years we have battled yeast with dietary changes (avoidance of refined sugar and flour), use of garlic and oral nystatin. Recently I have become aware of the anti-candida action of coconut oil. In my current blog post I have a link to the beneficial effects of coconut oil.

  2. says

    I do not readily know of any yeast problems that we have, but now you have me wondering. What a cliff hanger! I need to see the how to balance it portion. Thanks for sharing!

    Please share the rest of your series with us Thursday at:
    The HomeAcre Hop

    ~Ann

    • Homestead Lady says

      Tee hee – I didn’t mean for it to be a cliff hanger, really. I just find that all the info is a lot to digest for most people so I wanted to give readers time to ruminate. I think most of us deal with some yeast overgrowth but it can take awhile to identify it if we feel generally healthy. Hopefully, you’ll be the exception and you’re just fine! I will share the rest as I have it – love the HomeAcre Hop!

  3. Eva says

    I am battling cancer (metastatic at that) and have had an awful time with yeast. I am most anxious for the treatment article.

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