You mention antibiotics as something a doctor may prescribe for an issue tied to candida yeast, what else might they suggest, and is it effective?

Great question. Many times a doctor will prescribe some sort of anti-fungal product for a candida yeast overgrowth. The problem is that like when taking antibiotics, an anti-fungal can do more long-term harm than it does short-term good. Not to mention the warning labels for many anti-fungals suggest that long-term use could result in damage to internal organs like the liver and kidneys.

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