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Candida Albicans (Monilia Albicans) (Candidiasis) (Moniliasis) (Yeast Syndrome) Print E-mail

Dr. Kennedy Candida albicans (also known as Monilia albicans) A yeast-like fungal organism found in small amounts in the normal human intestinal tract. Normally kept in check by the body's own helpful bacteria in partnership with a healthy immune system, Candida albicans can increase in numbers when this balance is disturbed to cause candidiasis ("yeast infection") of the intestinal tract, or yeast infections of other parts of the body. C. albicans also causes thrush. Although not fully recognized by mainstream medicine, chronic candidiasis can cause myriad systemic systems the most common of which is fatigue and poor digestion. When this happens it is called yeast syndrome. For a deeper undersanding, read Yeast Syndrome...Fatigue...Fibromyalgia.

The information in this article is not meant to be medical advice.�Treatment for a medical condition should come at the recommendation of your personal physician.

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