How Candida Affects Eczema and What To Do To Treat It

How Candida Affects Eczema and What To Do To Treat It

Although it has not yet been determined what exactly causes eczema, possible causes and how to address each have been discovered through the years.

One of those causes is candida. Research suggests that a candida overgrowth can cause and worsen eczema flare-ups.

What is candida? 🤔

Candida is a fungus that is naturally present in our intestines, all humans have it. However, what makes the difference is in the amount of this fungus in our body.

Candida overgrowth can worsen and cause eczema flares, as well as cause other diseases. It is also believed that Candida overgrowth may contribute to leaky gut syndrome.

The important thing to know is that we all have candida fungus, what we have to take care of is that we don't have too much of it because that will cause more inflammation in our body.

How to avoid candida overgrowth? 👇🏽

💛Have a healthy diet: eat fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean proteins and healthy fats.

💛Eliminate sugar: sugar is probably the food that most promotes candida growth, replace it with natural sweeteners such as organic honey.

💛Reduce stress: you probably know that stress causes many health problems and among them is the health of our skin. stress weakens the immune system and contributes to candida overgrowth.

💛Consume probiotics: incorporate foods rich in probiotics, such as plain yogurt, sauerkraut, kimchi and kefir, to promote a healthy balance of bacteria in the gut.

💛Take supplements: you can take supplements such as biotin and folic acid.

✨ Extra trip: Adults can use Candiseptic Kit from Natural Slim

Remember, you can't eliminate the fungus, but you can reduce it enough to eliminate eczema symptoms.

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