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Posted by: ninawendt
Date: April 21, 2012 10:42 AM

I have a history of intestinal yeast infection. I have dealt with it recently primarily by diet with success. The most significant dietary problem that I have is sugar. If I eat any refined sugar, or even if I have agave nectar in my diet, my hands swell, I have difficulty with sleep, gas in my intestines and yellowing of my teeth. Could I possibly have yeast in my blood system and if so how can I diagnosis it and treat it?

Re: yeast
Posted by: drron
Date: April 21, 2012 3:28 PM

If you had yeast in your blood you would either be: (1) in the hospital, (2) on your way to the hospital, or (3) dead. Yeast live on mucus membranes (think mouth, gut, vagina) and sometimes on skin. Yeast in the blood can occur in people whose immune systems are severely damaged (e.g. AIDS) and unless promptly treated it is a terminal event. Systemic effects from yeast result from the toxins they release which can, in fact, circulate in the blood. If there is persistent candidiasis in the gut, or elsewhere, it is a sign the immune system has been damaged. Common causes of that damage are mercury, lead, and their friends and long-term use of antibiotics.

Re: yeast
Posted by: drron
Date: April 25, 2012 6:15 AM

Read this, it should answer all your questions on this subject: []

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