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Cathy Wong, ND

The Candida Diet

By November 2, 2004

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Candida albicans is a yeast and a fungus. It exists naturally in small amounts in everyone's intestines. It is also responsible for yeast infections in women. While some doctors dismiss candidiasis as a "fad" diagnosis, an increasing number of doctors and naturopaths are recognizing that Candida can be a serious health concern. Learn about the Candida Diet now.
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