Candida overgrowth is one of the latest fad conditions that supplement marketers are using to sell products. One problem, it doesn’t exist, though it is easy to make it *look* like there is a problem. When we look at the real facts and science we find:
“Better yet, if you can make people worry about a nonexistent problem, something that they were not previously aware of and don’t understand, they might buy your solution just to relieve their worry.
This type of “artificial demand” marketing can be very insidious when it occurs with medical products and services.”
“There is absolutely no science behind the claim that 90 percent of the population “have a problem with Candida” or that Candida causes cancer, or that cancer is actually a fungal infection.
Of course, fake illnesses require fake treatments, and they are numerous for Candida.”
“Conclusion: Candida hypersensitivity isn’t real
Candida hypersensitivity is an implausible syndrome, simply another “one cause of all disease” alternative claim. Such claims are useful only for generating demand for fanciful and worthless treatments.”
Save your money on supplements, MLM ‘drinks’, and other fads that are only out there to make money off of you. Instead, focus on your eating based habits, proper nutrition, and increasing fitness.
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(Quotes via Science-Based Medicine: https://sciencebasedmedicine.org/candida-and-fake-illnesses/)