Candida Albicans: Could Yeast Be Your Problem? Paperback – Jun 1 1998
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"Leon Chaitow shows how to detect the effect of Candida Albicans and provides a comprehensive, drug free program for its control." (Book Marketplace)
"What I appreciate most is the author's emphasis on non-drug therapies to support reclaiming a healthy internal environment. He uses the latest research and his own clinical experience to show how to detect whether yeast is the problem behind your ills." (Susie Greene, N.A.E.T. practicitioner, Lotus Guide, Issue No. 24, Mar/Apr 08)
About the Author
Leon Chaitow, D.O.,N.D., osteopath, naturopath, and acupuncturist, is a leading practitioner in the field of holistic medicine and has written a wide range of health books, including The Acupuncture Treatment of Pain, Amino Acids in Therapy, and Soft Tissue Manipulation. He lives in England.
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In the past ten years or so it has become clear that a surprising number of common health problems, both physical and mental, might have a common cause - namely, the spread in the body of a yeast that lives in each and every one of us. Read the first page
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By Leon Chaitow, D.O., N.D.
Candida albicans is a yeast that exists in all of us. Normally it poses no problem, but with everyday stress, consumption of refined carbohydrates, and especially the widespread use of antibiotics, anti-inflammatory drugs, and birth-control pills, it can take over one's body and cause a whole variety of problems. This book eloquently explains how this pathogen gets out of control, causing fatigue, depression, chronic pain, digestive disturbances, skin problems, ear infections, and allergies, to name a few. What I appreciate most is the author's emphasis on non-drug therapies to support reclaiming a healthy internal environment. He uses the latest research and his own clinical experience to show how to detect whether yeast is the problem behind your ills.
Susie Richardson, N.A.E.T. Practitioner (Lotus Guide Magazine), Chico
A must read for those experiencing the problems caused by the systemic Candida infection, and for those who want to avoid
the long and painful road to recovery.
Mahala H., Miami, FL