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The Disease of the 21st Century - Have you got it?

In order to start our tried and tested programme you will need to have a consultation with one of our practitioners. Go to Personal Health Consultation. If you live locally we will ask you to come in. If you live further away we will organise a telephone consultation, or you can go to Personal Health Consultation and fill out the questionnaire . On receiving your completed questionnaire we will call you and advise you personally on how to best to proceed with Our tried and tested Candida Program.

 

The Medicine Shop & Clinic has specialised in the treatment of Candida, yeast infection, and thrush for over 18 years and have a dedicated team of professional therapists with first hand experience, to help you eradicate your Candida problem and reach Optimum Health as quickly and safely as possible. Even if you have tried other programmes before and failed – you will succeed with ours.

 

This can be achieved by one of four options.

 

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 A face to face consultation

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 An Online consultation

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 A postal consultation

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 A telephone Consultation

 

So wherever you are in the world we will be able to help you when you email us for details at health@medicineshopandclinic.com.

 

Recent studies have shown that a staggering two out of three people in this country are suffering with Candidaisis or an over growth of Candida Albicans with a variety of symptoms ranging from common ailments to difficult degenerative diseases.

Although more women seem to suffer with it than men because of taking oral contraceptives and HRT which can help increase the overgrowth of Candida Albicans, men are also prone to this disease because of the amount of painkillers, beer/lager  and work related stress they encounter.

 

READ ON IF YOU SUFFER FROM ANY OF THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS:

 

Acne/skin problems
Arthritis
Asthma
Athletes foot
Bad breath
Bloating
CFS/ME or Fatigue
Cold hands/feet
Constipation
Cracked heels/mouth
Cramp 
Cystitis 
Dandruff/Itchy scalp
Depression 
Diarrhoea/Loose Bowel 
Dizziness 
Dry/itchy skin 

Eczema/Psoriasis 
Excess mucus in stools 
Excessive wind 
Food intolerance's 
Fungal finger/toe nails 
Hayfever 
Heartburn/Reflux 
High blood pressure 
Hyperactivity 
I.B.S. 
Insomnia 
Itching ears/itchy nose 
Kidney/Bladder infection

Lack of concentration 
Memory loss
Migraine/headaches 
Mood swings

Muscle & joint pain 
Muzzy head 
Nausea
Night Sweats
Numbness/Tingling in limbs
P.M.T.
Prolonged stress
Ring worm
Sensitivity to chemicals
Sinusitis
Sore throats
Strange taste in mouth
Sugar/alcohol cravings Thrush
Underactive Thyroid
Wake-up tired
Weight gain
Itchy Anus

 

What is Candida Albicans?

 

Candida Albicans is a parasitic yeast like fungus that inhabits everybody's gut. It gets there during the first few months of our lives when as infants we are constantly putting our hands and fingers in our mouth thus allowing bacteria to enter our bodies. It can also be contracted by an infant passing through the birth canal during labour, from a mother who has an overgrowth of Candida Albicans in the vagina or passed from mother to infant via the breast milk. 

Normally this bacterium settles in our gut where it does not cause us a problem as we have billions of 'good' bacteria, which keeps all the 'bad' bacteria under control and account for 70% of our immune system. The problem starts when the 'good' bacteria are knocked out and depleted allowing the 'bad' bacteria to start to grow and over proliferate.

 

 How do you get an overgrowth of it?

 

What on earth could kill off good bacteria you may ask? Well anti biotic in Latin means 'anti life' it simply kills things - and the broad spectrum anti biotic that doctors have been prescribing in abundance over the last thirty years do exactly that. They cannot differentiate between good bacteria and 'bad' so they just kill off everything. Think how many times in your life going back to early childhood that you have been treated with a course of anti biotics. Then imagine that every time you have taken one, it is killing off vital good bacteria which are there to protect the gut wall and provide us with immune defence against invading unfriendly organisms.

Another group of medicines which do the same thing are NSAIDS (non steroidal anti inflammatory drugs) things like Naprosen, Ibruprofen, Co-Codamol, Codeine - they all help knock out and kill off 'good' bacteria in the gut and thus allow the 'bad' guys a chance to take over.

To really understand the problem you have to acknowledge that when you take a drug or even a vitamin tablet for that matter, it passes through the stomach and lodges in the gut where it is broken down. The properties of that tablet are then absorbed through the gut’s semi permeable membrane directly into the blood stream, where they then travel to the site of infection or pain, and deal with the problem. Nature intended our guts to deal with nuts and seeds, vegetables, fruit, animal fats and proteins, NOT powerful chemicals in the form of drugs. So when you look back over your life and recall the times you took painkillers for headaches, migraine, period pain, sports injuries, car accidents, toothaches, etc and the times you have required anti biotics as an adult or child for ear infections, chest infections, dental work, urinary infections and skin infections, just think of the potential damage you have been doing to your intestines!

 

What role does diet play in getting rid of Candida?

 

Now if that wasn't enough, just think what could happen if you have been killing off your good bacteria over the years without replacing it, thus allowing the bad guys to start breeding and growing. Imagine providing the bad guys with a really good dietary source to keep it growing and breeding to ensure it really thrives and takes a hold. Well you will have been doing if your diet is rich in sugar, bread, soy sauce, pickles, ketchups, cake, biscuits, and fizzy drinks because Candida Albicans feeds on sugars and yeasts. If you have taken the contraceptive pill or HRT then oestrogen actually helps feed Candida too. If you have suffered with prolonged stress then the hormone adrenaline, which is a blood sugar, has been helping to feed it. When your adrenaline supply is exhausted it is replaced with the hormone cortisol which takes over in cases of prolongs stress and is also a blood sugar . There has been speculation as to scientists saying that yeast in bread is heated to such a high level that no yeast can possibly exist and thus couldn't 'react' in the gut as mentioned. Well everyone we have ever come in to contact who suffered with Candida said the moment they started eating bread the unpleasant side effects began and once they stopped it they disappeared- so judge for yourself!

 

When does Candida become Candidaisis?

 

Eventually Candida Albicans turns from a fungal form into a myceil form which means it grows root like tentacles which bury into the gut wall and penetrate through the gut lining directly into the blood stream. Now the problems really start. You have fungi passing out of the gut into the blood steam and circulating through your whole body, thus the Candida has now become systemic and is now referred to as Candidaisis. To add to your problems your gut wall is now a bit like a colander and minute particles of food and fecal matter can now pass out of the gut into the sterile blood stream causing food sensitivities and allergies. This is what the doctors call gut dysbiosis or Leaky Gut Syndrome which can lead to a vast array of disorders such as the ones mentioned in the list above.

We believe at The Medicine Shop & Clinic this is primarily why the symptoms one can suffer with as a result of Candidaisis can be so many and so varied, because if you have got this fungus circulating around your body it can set up host anywhere and start breeding and growing on or in any organ causing long term problems which can lead to drugs and invasive surgery and eventually a downwards spiral of continuous ill health. Basically it isn't hard to believe that with the over use of certain types of prescribed medication plus the very sweet and yeasty western diet that we now have, that one in three people have got it and may not even realise it!

 

How do I know if I have Candidaisis? Do tests help

 

Not really. The reason why is because Candida spores live in everyone's body and so a test to see whether or not it is exists is pointless as everyone has it. What would be helpful is a test which can measure the over proliferation of Candida and this is available in our Clinic.   The only sure way to find out whether Candida is the cause of your ill health is to go on The Medicine Shop & Clinic Candida Programme and see if your symptoms improve.

We have compiled below some questions for you to try and assess whether or not Candida may be the cause of your health problems - answer yes/no

 

Is your ill health related to Candida?

 

  • Have you taken prolonged or repeated courses of anti biotics for things such as sinusitis, urinary or ear infections, bronchitis, or ever taken oxytetracycline for acne.

  • Are you bothered by fatigue, depression, memory loss, and lack of concentration or wake up tired in the morning?

  • Are you troubled by headaches, migraine, muscle and joint pain?

  • Have you taken birth control pills?

  • Have you had multiple pregnancies?

  • Are you bothered by continual digestive problems such as constipation, bloating, excessive wind, diarrhoea, or heartburn?

  • Are you bothered by Eczema, Psoriasis, or other non-specific dermatitis?

  • Do you feel generally unwell but are unable to pin point what is wrong - or suffer with many minor ailments, which are recurrent?

  • Do you crave sugar or alcohol or breads?

  • Have you been troubled with PMT abdominal pain, thrush, prostatitis or lack of libido?

  • Do chemical smells or tobacco or perfume really bother you?

  • Have you taken steroids or have a long history of using painkillers or anti-inflammatory drugs?

  • Have you been troubled by recurrent athletes foot?

 

If you have answered yes to 3 or 4 of the questions above then you 'probably' have a Candida problem. If you have answered yes to 5 or 6 of the questions then you almost certainly have a Candida problem.

 

Remember, many of the symptoms associated with Candida can be caused by more sinister health issues and problems so you should always make sure that you have explored your symptoms with your GP before you commence any Candida Programme. However, if you have already been examined and studied by your GP and the cause of your symptoms has not been identified, reading this web page could change your life because it is likely that the toxins from the common yeast Candida Albicans could be undermining your health and making you sick!

 

Treating your Candida problem

 

How can I get rid of it?

 

Remember there is no one tablet that kills off Candida and heals up a gut wall that has had years of abuse and degeneration. Beware of any supplement or treatment that promises a quick fix - you will be wasting your time and money. There is no ‘one pot wonder’ for this condition!

For help email us at health@medicineshopandclinic.com

 

 Other recommended treatment and therapies for Candida


Food Intolerance Testing
Advanced Body Screening

Personal Consultation

 

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