What you should know about Candida albicans and fungal overgrowth



Evidence emerging over the past several years has legitimized the idea that fungi, especially (but not only) Candida albicans, can proliferate in the intestinal tract, perhaps even “seeding” other parts of the body such as skin, sinuses, vagina, and mouth.

Be aware of the potential for fungal overgrowth to be a factor in health.

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