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Posted by Jane Jansen on
Yeast is a normal part of your digestion and lives throughout your body and particularly thrives in the digestive tract and mucus membrane tissues. However when yeast overgrows it becomes a chronic irritant to those tissues and also become fungal and is the underlying basis for many serious health problems. They include thrush in the mouth and gums, esophagitis, acid reflux, bronchial infections, sinus infections, intestinal infections, IBS, skin and scalp infections causing itching, rashes and hair loss, toe nail fungus, jock itch, diaper rash, bed sores, vaginal yeast infections, chronic fatigue and even potentially cancer. Because doctors don’t seem...
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