The fungus lists over 81 species, but the most common species causing most infections is Candida albicans. Fungal infections affect male women and children! 1/3 of the population of Western industrialized countries is affected by the fungus. The disease may appear locally or generalized in the body. This microorganism causes a series of chronic symptoms and disorders that affect the nine different body systems: digestive, nervous, cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, reproductive, urinary, endocrine and musculoskeletal.
Candida albicans fungus occurs naturally in most people. It lives in the large intestine, controlled by the bacterial gut flora and by the immune system. In the event that an ecological change occurs in the internal conditions, the friendly colon bacteria are reduced, resulting in the fungus multiplying uncontrollably. In this case, the colonies of the fungus release strong toxins that are absorbed by the blood, causing a multitude of symptoms. Usually early symptoms are predictors that warn of deeper and more dangerous internal infections.
This particular fungus is among the saprophytic microorganisms, i.e. those who feed off dead tissue, avoiding anything alive and healthy. The consumption of quantities of animal protein, which may be full of antibiotics due to animal inoculations, the frequent and unnecessary administration of medication (antibiotics, contraceptives, anti-inflammatory drugs), the consumption of foods rich in sugar and fungi such as cheeses and mushrooms have the ability to mutate the fungus from a saprophytic to a pathogen. Of course, the immune system plays an important role in this. If it fails, it will allow for over-colonization and generalized contamination. In severe and rare cases of Candida infection, the percentage of white blood cells (suppressor cells) from 15%-1% in tissue and blood fluids can be reduced, in simple terms 99% of the cells disappear from the body.
Symptoms of Candida infection
- Urinary infections
- Menstrual disorders
- Pain and difficulty in joint movement
- Bowel disorders and diseases
- Fatigue and lethargy
- White coating of the tongue
- Dermatological problems
- Anxiety and depression
- Hair loss
- Foul smelling body fluids
Strong symptoms and persistent infections due to the fungus, which remain untreatable and uncooperative, expose the body to multi-systematic candidiasis. This is the disorder of the body's balance that can lead to more severe conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis and myasthenia gravis. Some scientists in recent years have implicated that the Candida albicans fungus could be responsible for the development of cancer, considering that the chronic existence of the fungus in the body, in addition to the symptoms it causes, weakens the immune system.
Early detection and treatment of the fungus is considered necessary. The most reliable method that has the ability to detect the fungus and its levels is called bioresonance. Through an electromagnetic filtering system, it separates the healthy from the pathological vibrations that may occur in the large intestine, giving a clear picture and treatment guidelines. A specially designed diet plan combined with colon hydrotherapy restore the body to healthy levels, relieving it of the unpleasant symptoms of the infection, which can potentially turn into serious and irreversible diseases.