Candida albicans

Also known as: Monilia; Thrush; Vaginal Thrush; Candidiasis; Yeast Infection


Candida albicans inhabits all humans (in the Mouth, Throat, Intestine and Genital/Urinary Tract) but 

usually only in small amounts.
33% of the people in the Western world suffer from Candida albicans over-proliferation.

Immune System

If the Candida albicans Yeast is allowed to proliferate, it changes from its normal Yeast-Fungal form to a Mycelial-Fungal 

form that produces Rhizoids:
Rhizoids are long, root-like components that are able to pierce the walls of the Digestive Tract and break down the 

protective barriers between the Intestines and the Blood.
This "breaking-through" the barrier allows many Allergens to enter blood circulation, causing Allergic reactions.
These Allergens can cause further detriment if they break through the Blood-Brain barrier.
The Macrophages of the Immune System are capable of destroying Candida albicans.

Exogenous Substances

Amino Acids
   Candida albicans destroys the body's Glutamine supplies.
   Antioxidants reduce the Free Radical damage caused by Candida albicans.
Beneficial Bacteria
   Bifidobacteria bifidus recolonizes the Digestive Tract with beneficial Bacteria.
   Lactobacillus acidophilus recolonizes the Digestive Tract's Beneficial Bacteria.
   Lactobacillus rhamnosis recolonizes the Digestive Tract's Beneficial Bacteria.
   Biotin decreases the proliferation of Candida albicans.
   Candida albicans is an enemy of Vitamin C and supplemental Vitamin C counteracts the Vitamin C deficiency that can occur as a result of Candida albicans proliferation.

These Foods or Herbs Inhibit or Kill Candida Albicans