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Q.         Why are some people more prone to candidiasis (yeast infections) than others?

A.         This is a good question!  Sometimes you feel “it’s not fair” that others are eating sugar, dairy, wheat, yeasts, and other yeast-favorite food, and yet they don’t have candidiasis.  On the contrary, you have to watch everything you eat, and yet, you still suffer from the symptoms of yeast and parasitic infections.

The answer is actually very simple.  The stress level everybody perceived in life determines your susceptibility to yeast and parasitic infections.  As I detailed in my book: Breaking the Yeast Curse: Food and Unconditional Love for Magic Healing, “so far as physical health is concerned, yeast and parasitic infections are the roots of all evil; and psychological stress is the core of these roots!”  Stress suppresses your immunity.  When your immunity is compromised, all kinds of microbial organisms such as yeasts, parasites, bacteria, and viruses can act up and create symptoms from head to toe.

An anti-yeast nutritional program is an important way to prevent new assault on your body.  However, the existing little enemies in your body require a vigorous holistic approach to make them surrender.  In addition to dietary change, stress management should be your top priority.

Meditation, prayers, affirmations, chanting, etc. all can help reduce your stress.  Go to my website: www.drjsbest.com to claim a FREE gift I have for you: 10-minute meditation.  Meditate daily, even several times a day, and you will experience more peace, harmony, health, and happiness.  If you need professional help, just call me at 818-472-2213 or 800-715-3053 for a consultation appointment.

If you are on budget, you can start with reading my books, Breaking the Yeast Curse: Food and Unconditional Love for Magic Healing, and
.  I would also recommend our Herbal Detox program.  For less than $3 a day, you will be able to build up your immunity immediately and consistently.

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