The book Don't be food for the fungus Candida (Czech)

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The book written by Andrzej Janusz will help to cleanse your body and get rid of fungal infection. It is a valuable guide that describes the clinical picture of the disease, the factors that support its development and above all - useful recommendations. Don't be food for the fungus Candida is also a guide on how to change the way of nutrition and eating habits, which is intended not only for people who are sick, but for everyone who cares about their health. The book is a welcome addition to the SEPEA Candida Albicans Screen Test IgA/IgG test.



Candida albicans is a yeast-like fungus that is normally present in the body in small, harmless amounts. Under certain conditions, the overgrowth of this fungus can occur anywhere in the body, but most often in the digestive tract, in the excretory system and / or in the vagina. Overgrowth of Candida albicans is called candidiasis. The fungus grows best in warm, dark conditions and in the presence of sugar. Under these circumstances, Candida albicans transforms from small dormant spores into a branching structure called mycelium with the ability to spread and irritate tissues.


The most frequently observed symptoms are:

Severe bloating and flatulence
Rectal itching
Continuous fatigue
Depression and mood swings
Bad memory
Muscle or joint pain
Headaches and migraines
Oral or vaginal herpes; bladder infammation
Pain in the mouth and a white coating on the tongue
Cracking of the skin in the corners of the mouth
Fungal nail infections and athlete's foot
Red inflamed rashes on the skin, in areas that sweat
General feeling of discomfort
Sweet tooth
Alcohol intolerance
Sensitivity to foods that contain yeasts and molds
Sensitivity to wet weather


Due to the wide range of symptoms, it is not always obvious that candida albicans overgrowth is the problem, so the only way to know is to get tested.