Dr Oz Talks About How To Prevent Yeast Infections With Raw Garlic Cloves and Probiotics
Did you know that yeast infections can occur in the stomach and they can be the reason why you have been feeling tired, fatigued, and just plain exhausted all of the time. On today’s show Dr. Oz spoke about what causes a yeast infection and how it can really drain you of all your energy. Dr. Oz also talks about how you can prevent yeast infections by eating raw garlic cloves and taking a probiotic every day.
Why Do We Get Yeast Infections In The Belly?
Dr. Oz said that your stomach is the perfect environment for a yeast infection to thrive. This is because a yeast infection needs three things to grow….. 1. Moisture 2. Heat 3. Food…. Your belly is the perfect environment for yeast to grow, thrive, and give you all sorts of unpleasant side effects. On top of that, you can make matters worse by eating unhealthy foods like cookies, soda and white bread. Fortunately, on the other hand you can eat healthy foods (like raw garlic) that can prevent and fight yeast infections and prevent these infections from occurring in the first place!Symptoms of Yeast InfectionsNot sure if you may have a yeast infection in the gut? Here are the symptoms that were displayed on today’s (4-2-2014) Dr. Oz episode :
- Lack of focus and concentration (brain fog)
- Itchy skin
- Itchy ears
- Itchy private areas
- Frequent vaginal yeast infections
- Athletes foot
If you have any of the symptoms above, you likely have too much stomach yeast.
Raw Garlic Cloves Prevent Yeast Infections
Garlic is a powerful herb because it is anti-fungal (as well as anti-bacterial and anti-viral). Raw garlic will kill excessive yeast as well as provide your body with a myriad of other health benefits. Eat 1-2 raw garlic cloves every day to prevent yeast infections.
Probiotics Help To Prevent Yeast Infections
Taking a probiotic supplement is another affective way to prevent yeast infections. You should read the labels to make sure that it says “live active cultures” on the packaging.
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