Are Yeast Infections Dangerous?

I was sitting on my couch watching the latest Bruce Willis movie when my phone rang.

(I know, I have a thing for him…)

It was one of my friends who were stressed and asked me:

“Are yeast infections dangerous?”

I thought it would make for a great lesson and decided to share it here on the site.

Here’s the thing…

Candida Albicans overgrowth can be very dangerous: When Candida shifts from non-pathogenic to pathogenic form, it produces root-like structures called rhizoids, that penetrate the intestinal walls and create holes in the walls of the intestines.

This enables the yeast, toxic waste, bacteria and undigested food to enter the blood stream causing many unpleasant and often dangerous conditions such as: leaky gut syndrome, severe rashes, brain fog, acid reflux, memory loss, joint pain and severe inflammation and yeast in the sinuses and lungs.

When candida becomes systemic it can virtually penetrate and manifest itself within every organ it settles in. It can be the lungs, sinuses, mouth, vagina, lymphatic system, esophagus, toenails, brain and the urinary tract. That is why yeast infection is so dangerous when left untreated.

It is also a well known fact that candida yeast produce (as a waste product) more than 75 toxic substances that poison the human body. The two major toxins (canditoxin and ethanol) have a negative effect on our brain and can significantly interfere with our biochemical processes. Note that Canditoxin and Ethanol that are released into your blood stream are the SAME dangerous toxins that when injected into rats, had caused paralysis of the limbs and ultimately death.

In humans Canditoxin and Ethanol cause a myriad of health problems: vaginal yeast infection, dry itchy skin, oral thrush, skin rashes, eczema, joint pain, stomach bloating, chronic diarrhea, arthritis, constipation, heartburn, blisters in the mouth, restless sleep, lack of energy, brain fog, chronic sinus problems, jumpy legs, headaches, blurred vision, mood swings, sugary food cravings, food allergies, jock and rectal itching, body chills, athlete’s foot, etc.

That’s why it’s extremely important that you treat your infection as soon as you can. If you want to discover how, click here.

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