Course Detail: Healing Intestinal Yeast Overgrowth
Candida albicans is a normally harmless yeast found in the air, on foods and in the human gut. However, when it becomes overgrown in any part of the body, an infection called Candidiasis occurs. The most common Candida infection happens in the intestines. It often develops from an overuse of antibiotics or too much sugar. Intestinal Candidiasis poses a potentially serious health threat for millions of Americans, yet it is often under diagnosed and even dismissed by mainstream medicine. Learn the signs of intestinal yeast overgrowth, why most doctors don't look for it or treat it, and how to heal this condition that weakens our digestion and our health.
Tuesday, November 12, 2019, CHLAB 301 (seats remaining)