Male yeast infection sufferers know that yeast infections or Candidiasis, an overgrowth of the yeast Candida albicans, is a most unpleasant problem. It can manifest itself as a penile, skin, oral, or even a systemic infection. Besides the Candida Diet, which is an important part of treating any yeast infection, those who suffer from yeast infections will also want to do a Candida colon cleanse.
What is a Candida Colon Cleanse?
A Candida yeast cleanse includes the Candida diet, colon cleansing, stress management, and more. It’s very important that the colon be cleansed because the colon is where most Candida yeast in the body is found.
A critical component of eliminating yeast from the body of anyone with a yeast infection is good colon health. Candida is found mostly in one’s digestive tract. By lowering the number of Candida yeast in the digestive tract, it’s possible to reduce Candida symptoms.
Using a soluble fiber product such as psyllium husk products is a good way to keep the colon working properly. A satisfactory Candida cleanse should also include colonics. These remove excess fecal matter, including Candida yeast and toxins from the digestive system. It’s possible for excess fecal matter to be stuck in the colon for many years unless it’s removed.
Why Do Toxins and Candida Albicans Build Up in the Colon?
Bodily waste is stored and removed from the body via the colon. When the colon is not working correctly, fecal matter, which includes Candida yeast, will become solid and can get trapped in the colon. Sometimes it remains there for many years and releases toxins into the body.
People with an unhealthy colon may have up to 20 pounds of fecal matter and Candida yeast attached to the walls of their colon. Candida may breed in this fecal matter.
Colonic irrigation loosens fecal matter that’s stuck in the colon, allowing it to be expelled. This also eliminates the Candida yeast which is living in the colon. A Candida diet is extremely important and should be used in conjunction with colonic irrigation, which is a fast way of cleansing the colon.
Colonic Irrigation is performed by a colonic therapist. It starts with massage of the abdomen to help loosen impacted fecal matter. A small plastic tube is then introduced into the rectum and warm water is pushed through the tube and into the colon where it begins loosening fecal matter. The person having the colonic then expels the water and the fecal matter which has been loosened. The colonic therapist will do this several times in order to get out as much fecal matter as possible.
Probiotics should also be eaten in conjunction with a Candida diet and a Candida colon cleanse. Probiotics are foods which include good bacteria such as those found in yogurt as well as sauerkraut, kimchi, and other fermented foods. Probiotics keep yeast in balance in the body because good bacteria destroy yeast cells as well as making the body inhospitable to the overgrowth of yeast.
A Candida diet should be used, together with colonic irrigation, to help remove as much excess fecal matter and Candida yeast from a male yeast infection sufferer as possible.