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How to Choose Supplements with Antifungal Properties

How to Choose Supplements with Antifungal Properties

One of the most important tools for Candida sufferers are antifungals. Antifungals can be found in food, but many prefer supplements due to the convenience factor. Which supplements are the best option and why do you need antifungals to overcome Candida?

What Are Antifungals?

Antifungals are just what they sound like. Antifungals break down the cellular walls of Candida yeast. Antifungals are available in food and as supplements. People often prefer supplements because they are easier to take than trying to eat enough antifungals in their daily diet. Regardless of the type you use, these supplements are an important part of the three step approach to treating Candida, which is diet, probiotics, and antifungals.

Why Are They Important to Candida Sufferers?

As mentioned above antifungals break down the walls of Candida yeast. Without antifungals, the probiotics take much longer to treat the infection. When you kill the yeast, the probiotics can replenish the good bacteria in the body more quickly. Without antifungals, probiotics have a much harder time overcoming the bad bacteria. In other words, these supplements are extremely important for quick recovery.

Which Supplements Should You Choose?

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There are a number of antifungal supplements to choose from including aprylic acid, grapefruit seed extract, garlic and oil of oregano – many of which are outlined in great detail in the candida crusher book. Each supplement has different benefits and directions for dosing. Some supplements can even be made into tea or used in cooking, such as coconut oil. One problem that can be encountered is that Candida yeast can sometimes adapt to the antifungal. This is why some experts recommend taking two or three different antifungals at one time. Once you’ve beaten Candida, you can discontinue use of antifungals, but there are many reasons why you shouldn’t. Antifungals are beneficial in different areas. For example, garlic supplements can be good for the heart. Regardless, if you do decide to discontinue use, you need to do is slowly and monitor your health for any sudden changes.

Beating Candida requires a change in diet to limit sugar and carb intake, probiotics to build good bacteria, and antifungals to kill the yeast cells. While each of these steps can work on its own, you’ll see the best results when you combine the three into a three-step Candida treatment program. Your results will also happen much more quickly. If you’re unsure of how to get started, visit a naturopathic doctor and see which antifungal he thinks is best for your body. This step is a must if you’re on other medications as some supplements can interfere with certain prescription drugs.

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