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What are yeasts?  Yeasts belong to the fungus family and candida is one strain of the yeasts.  The job of yeasts is to break down organic matter in a dead body to its simple form like nitrogen.  This function helps the recycling of the ecology.  However, when there is overgrowth of yeasts in your body, they break you down!

 

Yeasts are everywhere.  Yeasts are in the air you breathe, in the water you drink, on the furniture you sit on, on the surface of fruits and vegetables (espercailly organic ones), and on the furs of your pets.  Tap water is often contaminated with yeasts nowadays.  After you are used to drinking purified water, you may experience stomachaches when you drink tap water.  Leftover foods that you put in the refrigerator may soon become mildewed after a few days.

 

The most frightening part of all is that yeasts are hidden in most of the  Standard American Diet (SAD).  Breads, cakes, muffins, bagels, nuts, raw vegetables, surfaces of fruits, soy sauce, and miso soup are loaded with yeasts.  Many vitamins also contain yeasts.  You can hardly escape the invasion of yeasts if you don’t pay special attention to your daily food intake.

 

 

For telephone consultation on holistic treatment for various health issues such as yeast-free nutrition, herbal detox, hormonal imbalance, weight control, stress management, and spiritual counseling, please call (800) 715-3053 , or  (818) 472-2213 , or send an e-mail to drj@drjsbest.com.  Consultation sessions over Skype are also available.  Skype name: academyofvibranthealth.  For more information, visit our website: www.drjsbest.com.

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As I addressed in the previous article: Facts on Fungus, fungal spores decompose live bodies, just as they do with dead bodies.  Therefore, you can suffer symptoms from head to toe such as arthritis-like aches and pain, fungal nails, athlete’s foot, eczema, headaches, sinus congestion, strep throat, allergies, mind fog, depression, fatigue, etc. when the fungal spores settle on your body as a medium for food.

In order to reduce or eradicate the decomposing effects of the fungal spores, you need to clean both external and internal environments.  In this article, I will focus on the control of the external environment.

As mentioned previously, because the fungal spores are air-born, they are everywhere: in the air we breathe, the water we drink, dust on furniture, produce, fruits, your pets’ fur, etc.  Moisture, warm temperature, still air, lack of sunlight, etc., are incubators for their growth.  The following are some tips to control the external environmental factors for yeasts and/or mold:

  1. Keep your home clean and dry, especially kitchen and bathrooms.  Keep the doors of these areas open and/or use vents for air ventilation.
  2. Check under the kitchen sink periodically for leaks and moisture.  Repair the leaks immediately and wipe the area dry.
  3. Do not refrigerate left-over foods for more than three days, otherwise they mildew.  Even though you may not see any changes on the outside, the chemistry inside the food has been changed because of the fermentation process.  The fungal spores do not grow well under freezing temperature; therefore, you may put foods in the freezer provided that your freezer is functioning well.
  4. Peel the skin of produce and fruit if possible; otherwise, soak them in salt water for at least 10 minutes, and then rinse them thoroughly under running water.
  5. Vacuum the carpet or wipe clean the hardwood floor at least once a week to prevent dust build-up.
  6. Wipe clean your furniture frequently to prevent dust built-up.
  7. Do not eat any mildewed food that would include bread, fruits, cooked or raw produce, etc.
  8. Avoid fermented food such as pickles.
  9. Shower every day and shampoo your hair at least every other day to wash off fungal spores that might have fallen on the surface of your body.  Blow dry your hair right after washing.  Do not go to bed with wet hair.
  10. Do not kiss your pets.  Their saliva may carry yeasts and parasites.
  11. Do not sleep with your pets.  No matter how clean they appear to be, their fur may carry fungal spores.

In the next article, I will discuss how to control your internal environmental factors to avoid yeast overgrowth.  Stay tuned.

For telephone consultation on holistic treatment for mold-related health issues, yeast-free nutrition, herbal detox, hormonal imbalance, weight control, stress management, and spiritual counseling, please call (800) 715-3053, or (818) 472-2213, or send an e-mail to drj@drjsbest.com.  Consultation sessions over Skype are also available.  Skype name: academyofvibranthealth.  For more information, visit our website: www.drjsbest.com.

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Yeast, mold, and mushrooms are all members of fungal family.  Fungus is a plant-like organism.  Fungus cannot manufacture its own food and must live on other organisms.  Fungus breaks down the dead body of other plants or animals and turns it into starch or sugar as its food. This process is called decomposition.

Decomposition provides the fungus with the energy necessary to survive and reproduce. Fungus reproduces by forming reproductive cells called spores. When the spores settle on a proper medium for their nutrition, they begin to grow on and decompose its medium.  If the medium is a dead body, the decomposition helps the recycling process of nature.

However, if the spores settle on and decompose a live body, the medium can become very ill.  The symptoms of this “live body decomposition” can range from head to toe.  For humans, for example, they include headaches, sinus congestion, strep throat, allergies, mind fog, depression, fatigue, arthritis-like aches and pain, fungal nails, athlete’s foot, eczema, etc.

Where are these spores from?  Because these spores are air-born, they can be from anywhere.  They can be in the air we breathe, the water we drink, the dust on furniture, raw food, etc.

What are the environmental factors ideal for the growth of these fungal spores (especially mold)?  Dampness, moisture, still air, no sunlight, warm temperatures (not extreme heat or cold), dust, etc. provide an incubation for fungus to grow.

In the next article, I will discuss how to eliminate the environmental factors for the fungus to grow.  Stay tuned.

For telephone consultation on holistic treatment for mold-related health issues, yeast-free nutrition, herbal detox, hormonal imbalance, weight control, stress management, and spiritual counseling, please call (800) 715-3053, or (818) 472-2213, or send an e-mail to drj@drjsbest.com.  Consultation sessions over Skype are also available.  Skype name: academyofvibranthealth.  For more information, visit our website: www.drjsbest.com.

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