What the heck are they talking about?
This gut health stuff!
WHAT DOES IT HAVE TO DO WITH ME!!!?????
Signs you’ve got Dysbiosis (imbalanced ratio of good to bad bacteria in your gut)
- Digestive issues, bloating, belching, constipation, diarrhea, heartburn, abdominal discomfort, indigestion
- Bad breath
- ️Lactose intolerance
- Joint achiness
- ️Yeast infections
- Lowered libido
- Mental fog
- Sugar cravings (including alcohol)
- Weight gain
- ️Skin problems-eczema, rashes
- Nail fungi
- Hyperactivity; learning and behavioral disorders
Any of these sound a little too familiar?
What is dysbiosis?
Symbiosis translates to ‘living in harmony.’ Dysbiosis is the opposite, it’s when the bad guys take over. It was first identified by Dr. Eli Metchnikoff in the early 20th century, who won a Nobel Prize for his work. It essentially means there is an imbalance of microbial colonies. This is most common in the digestive tract, but can happen anywhere there is an exposed mucous membrane, such as the skin. The bacteria maintain a harmonious balance in a healthy digestive tract by keeping each other in check so no one specific strain can dominate. What happens in a disturbed system is a strain’s decreased efficiency at checks and balances. This can result in one colony becoming dominant and one becoming weaker. It instigates a chronic imbalance, debilitates the good guys and compromises our system as a whole.
Yeast infection is also known as candidiasis. Candidiasis is an infection caused by numerous types of yeast called Candida. The most common type of yeast causing infection is Candida albicans. This yeast is normally present on the skin, in the intestines and vagina, but under normal conditions it doesn’t cause infection. However, sometimes it can develop into an infection of the mouth, vagina or skin due to weak immune response, unhygienic conditions, and other factors.
For persistent Candida Yeast Infection Problems, a powerful antifungal such as CCWS Candida Cleaner should prove effective.