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Candida and Yeast overgrowth can cause mouth, vaginal, gut, lung, and systemic infections.  And it's also the root cause of a myriad of health issues that "can mimic almost anything".  In this episode, you'll find out:

—How coating on the tongue indicates mold and yeast growth and can indicate issues elsewhere in the body.  Plus, the symptoms of thrush, which is a yeast infection of the mouth.

—Why central Indiana and Indianapolis are endemic to Histoplasmosis.  And how the Histoplasmosis problem is connected to the story of how Indianapolis was built upon a swamp.

—How yeast overgrowth literally causes your body to decompose!

—Why yeast overgrowth in the gut is the source of yeast overgrowth elsewhere.  And how toenail fungus indicates a yeast problem elsewhere in the body.

—How yeast overgrowth can be the underlying root cause of many issues such as:  persistent fatigue, constipation, diarrhea, Colitis, abdominal pain, rectal pain, insomnia, ADD/ADHD, dementia, kidney/bladder infections, muscle aches and pains, arthritis, canker sores, sinus issues, and allergies, headaches, neuropathy, anxiety, and skin problems.

—The role of birth control pills in causing yeast infections.

—Why pharmaceutical prescription medications can actually encourage the growth and spread of yeast throughout the body on a long-term basis.  And the reason Dr. Prather says going after these infections with a natural approach is where you "get the best results".

—The incredible story about the teetotaler politician pulled over for drunk driving, when his "inebriation" was a result of a yeast infection.  And how Dr. Prather testified as a special authority on his behalf.

—The effectiveness of herbals in protecting the body from yeast overgrowth.  And "the number one killer of yeast and fungus" that is "a hundred times more effective" than any pharmaceutical out there.

—How The Prather Practice utilizes "the latest and greatest" probiotics backed by National Institutes of Health research to combat infections in the gut.  Plus, the only kind of butter that Dr. Prather uses, which helps to introduce short-chain fatty acids into the gut.



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