Could Your Sugar Cravings Be Related to a Candida Overgrowth?
Candida is a fungus that typically lives harmlessly in people. However, if your inner ecosystem is out of balance and your immunity is weakened, you are at risk for the fungus to overgrow.
Candida thrives on sugars from food causing uncontrollable sugar cravings. Unless its environment is altered and its source of food is eliminated, it quickly monopolizes entire body systems, such as the digestive tract, and causes moderate to severe symptoms.
Symptoms include bad breath, bloating, belching, intestinal gas, and/or abdominal pain, constipation or diarrhea, endometriosis or infertility, fatigue and chronic fatigue, frequent mood swings, insomnia, loss of sexual desire or feeling, muscle aches, weakness, or paralysis, pain and/or swelling in joints, poor memory, foggy thinking, or feeling "spacey".
Take this quiz to see if you may be suffering from a Candida overgrowth.