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OCD and MS another possibility

Postby fee001 » Fri Sep 23, 2011 11:18 am

Candida Symptoms
Candida albicans is a type of yeast that lives in all of us. When your immune system is working properly, the amount of Candida in your body is kept in balance. When your immune system is compromised, or other factors occur such as consuming unhealthy amounts of sugars and carbohydrates, the Candida can grow out of control. The good news is there are several highly effective and proven Candida treatments available, including the ever popular Threelac which is generally considered one of the best supplements for dealing with Candida. Here are some of the symptoms of Candida overgrowth:

•Frequent stomach pains and digestion problems
•Skin problems (skin infections, eczema, psoriasis, acne)
•Foggy brain / Trouble concentrating
•Constant tiredness and exhaustion
•Anxiety
•Mood swings
•Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)
•Anger outbursts
•Irritability
•Headaches
•Intense cravings for sugars, sweets, and breads
•Itchy skin
One of the best (and most popular) treatments for Candida is Threelac. One big advantage of using Threelac to treat your Candida is that you do not have to adhere to as strict a diet as you normally would. The reviews on Amazon and other sites online are overwhelmingly positive. The Threelac packets are small enough to fit in your purse or wallet.

Just having one or two of the symptoms listed above does not necessarily mean you have Candidiasis, but having several of these could be sign of a Candida overgrowth or food allergy, which has similar symptoms to Candida.

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