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Learn about candida and whether candida overgrowth is an issue you should be concerned with.
What is candida?
Candida is just another word for yeast. Yeast is normal and it’s naturally-occurring in your body.
Yeast is actually helpful and it even aids digestion.
You can think of candida as your personal garbage collector – it gathers and cleans up all the trash in your body.
Is yeast overgrowth a problem?
What is yeast overgrowth? Candida/yeast overgrowth is what happens when your body produces too much yeast, more than necessary.
This happens when the yeast is trying to fight off pathogens such as viruses and/or (bad) bacteria that doesn’t belong in your body, and it becomes overgrown.
So yeast overgrowth itself is actually not a problem, contrary to popular belief.
Watch the video to learn more about candida and the real problem behind candida overgrowth.
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