What is the difference between healthy candida and the rhizome that causes systemic candida.
Date: 5/31/2005 7:55:18 AM ( 8 y ) ... viewed 4874 times
How Candida Albicans Causes its Damage:
The factor that contributes most to Candida proliferation is the use of massive or repeated doses of broad-spectrum antibiotics. These drugs kill off all Microorganisms in the digestive tract, including the favourable ones, and prepare a fertile environment for the growth of yeasts and fungi. People with chronic tiredness and other symptoms of Candidiasis can often trace the source of their troubles to the use of antibiotics.
In the Immune System; if the Candida Albicans Yeast is allowed to proliferate, it changes from its normal Yeast-Fungal form to a Mycelial-Fungal form that produces Rhizoids:
Rhizoids are long, root-like components that are able to pierce the walls of the Digestive Tract and break down the protective barriers between the Intestines and the Blood. This "breaking-through" the barrier allows many Allergens to enter blood circulation, causing allergic reactions. These Allergens can cause further detriment if they break through the Blood-Brain barrier.
Candida Albicans proliferates by consuming and fermenting Sucrose and other Simple Sugars. A waste by-product of this fermentation of Simple Sugars is Acetaldehyde. Acetaldehyde is a toxic Aldehyde that causes numerous toxic effects, as follows:
Acetaldehyde is the actual chemical responsible for many of the toxic effects of Alcohol - it is approximately thirty times more toxic than Alcohol. It is responsible for Alcoholism (alcoholics are impaired in their ability to convert Acetaldehyde to Acetic Acid). It is speculated to be responsible for many of the symptoms of Hangovers.
It readily combines with the Proteins that comprise the Cell Membranes of Red Blood Cells. This causes the "stiffening" of the Cell Membranes of Red Blood Cells. This process reduces the "deformability" of Red Blood Cells, inhibiting their ability to enter Capillaries, subsequently reducing the ability of Capillaries to supply Oxygen to various organs of the body. In addition, Acetaldehyde combines with Haemoglobin in Red Blood Cells, which further inhibits the ability of Red Blood Cells to accept, hold and transport Oxygen via the bloodstream.
It is a potent initiator of Cross-Linking and initiates the production of Free Radicals.
It interferes with cellular Energy production (by depleting Acetyl Coenzyme A and Vitamin B3).
It is a potent initiator of Liver damage, as well as damage to Neurons of the Brain.
It can cause Apathy, Anxiety, Depression, Irritablility, Memory impairment, Lethargy, Slowed Reflexes and Panic Disorder.
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