Crohn’s Disease is Yeast Infection a Contributing Factor?

Yeast infections can mimic or cause the symptoms of Crohn’s Disease. These fungi can gain entry into your body through your mouth from the air, or transfer…

Yeast infections can mimic or cause the symptoms of Crohn’s Disease. These fungi can gain entry into your body through your mouth from the air, or transferred from your hands to your food or utensils. If you have had to take antibiotics or steroids the yeast that already live in your gut can become overgrown and out of control.

Once able to colonize effectively inside your digestive system, yeast infections, and the mycotoxins they generate,penetrate the lining of your stomach. This in turn allows them to inflame your intestinal lining, and cause ulcer-like lesions internally.

The typical western diet feeds the yeast, allowing it to grow and multiply, continually adding and amplifying problems. This makes symptoms like bloating, belching, intestinal gas, constipation, diarrhea, indigestion, and acid reflux very common.

Crohn’s Disease is VERY SERIOUS. It occurs when parts of the intestinal tract become inflamed, ulcerated, and thickened. No one knows for sure the cause of Crohn’s Disease a.k.a. regional enteritis, regional enterocolitis, and inflammatory granulomatous bowel disease.

Common symptoms include but are not limited to: diarrhea, abdominal cramps, rectal bleeding, weight loss, fever, and all other symptoms of digestional yeast infection.

Crohn’s can also cause eye problems, liver and gallbladder trouble, muscle and joint pain, kidney damage, and skin irritation.

In The Lancet, in 1996, doctors found that 75% of the children born to mothers who had measles during pregnancy, developed Crohn’s later in life. Of all the children who got it, antibiotic resistant pneumonia preceeded their diagnosis of Crohn’s. So after taking massive doses of antibiotics to fight pneumonia, the people acquired Crohn’s disease.

Two worldwide studies published in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases in 1990, found that the intake of breads, potatos, and refined sugars were higher in people with Crohn’s. Breads, potatos, and refined sugars feed yeast like gasoline on a wild fire.

More evidence comes from Dr. A.V. Constantini, who found that Crohn’s patients commonly have aflatoxins in their blood. Aflatoxins are fungal mycotoxins produced by yeast.

The evidence is clear that yeast infections could be major cause, if not the only cause, of Crohn’s disease. Fix your yeast problems and you have a good chance of fixing your Crohn’s. Please remain under the care of your health care provider, we present this information as another way to try and help you fight off this debilitating disease.

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