Probiotics Yeast Infection Cure

Here is how the Probiotic Yeast Infection Cure works.

Over 80 percent of your immune system resides within your digestive system. A part of this system is a culture of probiotics that keeps the bad bacteria and yeast under control.

A key to good health is maintaining this balance between these good and bad bacteria.

A yeast infection is an overgrowth of the yeast called Candida Albicans. This can occur when there is either a decrease in the number of good bacteria, or a decrease in the level of acidity in the vagina. There are various things that can cause this, you can read about them in my article, “Causes of Yeast Infection”.

Taking probiotics could restore the good bacteria in your body so that they can fight off the yeast. In case you are not familiar with what probiotic supplements are, here is a brief explanation.

Probiotics are live microorganisms (good bacteria and yeasts) that benefit your health. You can get probiotic supplements in capsule form. The good bacteria have been freeze dried and then put into the capsules. When you consume it, these freeze dried bacteria are reactivated and go on to perform their tasks inside of you.

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There are also natural sources that contain these live cultures of probiotics such as yogurt or kefir. You may have heard of the Yogurt Yeast Infection Cure or the Acidophilus Yeast Infection Cure, it is the good bacteria in Yogurt that are effective against yeast infections.

Probiotics can aid in your fight against yeast infection, promote better health and has many other benefits. An interesting study in Australia as shown that top endurance athletes who took probiotics recovered more that twice as fast than the athletes that did not.

As humans are building more and more antibiotic resistance, researchers are hoping that probiotics could one day become a natural alternative to treat various health ailments.

What To Look For When Buying Probiotics

If you’re serious about purchasing probiotics, you need to know that not all probiotics are created the same. Probiotics is a very general term and it includes all good bacteria and yeast. However, there are only a few strains of bacteria that have been proven to be effective in killing yeast.

More specifically, Lactobacillus Acidophilus and three Lactobacilli strains are the bacteria that have been proven to fight yeast. These three strains are called Lactobacillus Reuteri RC-14 (NCFM), Lactobacillus Rhamnosus GR-1, and Lactobacillus Fermentum B54. I have written an article that goes more in-depth into this subject and you can read it here, “Acidophilus Yeast Infection Cure“.

One other thing to look for is the “CFU”, it stands for Colony Forming Units. One CFU is similar to one live and functioning bacteria. Go for the ones with a higher number instead of the lower number. Each capsule should contain tens of billions of CFU. Lastly, be sure to check the expiry date.

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For more home cure yeast infection tips, check my other articles on the side.

Sources

  1. “Oral administration of the probiotic Lactobacillus fermentum VRI-003 and mucosal immunity in endurance athletes.” By “Department of Physiology, Australian Institute of Sport, PO Box 176, Belconnen, ACT, 2616, Australia.”
  2. “Efficacy of Lactobacillus Rhamnosus GR-1 and of Lactobacillus Reuteri RC-14 in the treatment and prevention of vaginoses and bacterial vaginitis relapses” By ” Cianci AGiordano RDelia AGrasso EAmodeo ADe Leo VCaccamo F.
  3. Sezione di Ginecologia, Dipartimento di Scienze Microbiologiche e Scienze Ginecologiche Università degli Studi di Catania, Catania, Italia.

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