Candidiasis (Candida albicans). Symptoms and effects

Our health depends on a delicate balance between two major groups of organisms, bifidobacteria and bacteroides. The friendly bacteria help maintain an acid pH in the large intestine, preventing the proliferation of invading pathogens and protecting the walls of the intestinal mucosa. Apparently, when certain circumstances, the stability of the intestinal flora can be altered severely by facilitating the proliferation of opportunistic organisms some of which are pathogenic and cause serious damage, while others reduce the functional efficiency of the gastrointestinal treatment.

Candida albicans. Definition
Candida albicans is a yeast, a unicellular organism that reproduces by budding. It is a dimorphic organism, meaning that when proliferating, can change both their anatomy and physiology, among the forms of yeast and fungus.
Dr. Jeffrey Bland explained that

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