DIZZINESS and its relationship with CANDIDA:
When Candida becomes systemic (it buries through the gut wall and enters the blood stream) it leaves tiny holes in the gut wall which then allow product from the bowel into the blood stream. This is what doctors call gut dysbiosis. This sets our body’s alarm bells ringing as product from the bowel has entered the sterile environment of the blood stream and the risk of contamination becomes the primary focus. In addition to this emergency, the holes also allow tiny food particles from the intestines to pass into the blood which we know can produce food sensitivities, which in turn provoke an inflammatory response in the body. This response engages the body’s policing system into ridding the offending antigens. Whilst our body continually fights off invading debris and food particles from the bowel it is unable to fend off or deal with any other inflammatory response the body may encounter.
The Healing Process:
Step 1: Candida Treatment Programme