C andida and other yeast are normal colonizers of our mucous membranes, including the mouth, intestines and vagina. Under normal circumstances, they don’t bother us and we don’t bother them. Their numbers are kept down by our immune systems and the presence of beneficial bacteria, which inhibit their growth. However, under certain circumstances, yeast can overgrow and cause problems.
Lyme patients are particularly prone to these problems because of their long courses of antibiotics…… Join or login below to continue reading.
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