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Health There number of reasons, and many theories as to why Candida Albacans multiples and overgrows in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. In this article we are going to explore the Candida Albacans allergy connection, and explain how they can be linked. Did you know that over 90% of the population are allergic to candida? This would seem to be contradictory when we have been led to believe that everyone has at least a small amount of candida either in or on them. This is because the immune system has different levels of response to problems. For candida it is considered as relatively low risk and so there is a delayed hypersensitivity to it. This is quite usual and it normally it is sufficient to keep a yeast infection in check. However, for various reasons, sometimes the immune response becomes more sensitive to the candida, and in some people, around 10% of the population, they have an naturally increased allergic reaction to candida, which can cause eczema, chronic vaginitis, hives, asthma, abdominal pains and cramps and diarrhea. In extreme cases, the reaction to candida can cause other auto-immune conditions like celiac disease, thyroiditis and even rheumatoid arthritis. In a study published in the Lancet, it was shown that candida contains protein called HWP-1 which is has a gluten like structure, and so a candida infection in the gut can cause an immune reaction to HWP-1, which can cause an allergic reaction to all gluten. Which of course means that wheat and grain product would cause an allergic reaction and potentially Celiac Disease in some. If this is the case, then a wheat product free diet may not be sufficient to relieve the symptoms for a celiac patient, as the underlying problem is not the food they are eating, but an overactive immune response to the candida in the GI tract. A solution to this problem would be to adopt a wheat free diet, along with the proper antifungal treatment to bring the candida levels back under control. Some other studies have referred to even more nefarious impacts that candida may have on the body. There is some evidence to suggest that it can act as a sensitizing agent, making the host more receptive to allergens like mold, dust and pollen. Killing off a yeast overgrowth in the gut can be done carried out in a number of ways, but the most obvious and natural one is to starve the yeast, and boost the levels of friendly bacteria in the gut to regain balance. This is generally managed through the adoption of an anti candia diet, which reduces the intake of sugar, yeast and diary based products and also reduces the amount of processed foods in the diet. Starving the yeast, supplementing the diet with foods or preparations rich in probiotics can help replenish the gut with the required levels of healthy friendly bacteria. Continue reading to discover natural methods to combat candida yeast infections by signing up for our free newsletter. We have only touched on one element of the Candida Albacans allergy link in this article, but it is clear that if you spot signs of a candida infection, you should seek to get a diagnosis from you doctor prior to further complications arising. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: