Candida

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Many species of yeast within the genus "Candida" make their home in the human body. Anywhere a moist, warm environment with a favorable pH factor exists, yeast such as Candida are likely to be present, usually in a harmless coexistence with other microflora. However, when stress, an oversupply of sugar, or prolonged exposure to heat occur, the Candida yeast tends to overpopulate and create a spectrum of illnesses which are uniquely irritating to the body part they inhabit. Helpful bacteria such as Lactobacillus appear to play a major role in maintaining the body's control of Candida at optimum levels. However,...

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