The Yeast Connection and Women's Health by William G Crook, Elizabeth B Crook, Carolyn Dean and Hyla Cass
"Women between the ages of 20 and 55 are especially apt to develop yeast-related health problems..."
(Professional Books) Written for consumers, text covers a wide range of yeast-related health problems affecting millions of women. Covers such conditions as vaginal infections, endometriosis, interstitial cystitis, sexual dysfunction, infertility, chronic fatigue syndrome, and more.
From the Publisher
This is the latest in a series of books by Dr. William Crook on the effects of yeast overgrowth in causing chronic health problems in men and women. This book has been one of our biggest sellers.
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From the Author
If I told you that there is a fungus trapped in your intestines that produces 180 chemical toxins that are capable of shutting down your thyroid, throwing your hormones off balance and causing you to crave sugar and alcohol -- all of which would also make you put on weight --would you believe me? Many physicians are unaware of the extent of this problem or what to do about it. In reality, the yeast problem is so extensive and so devastating that we have updated this book and included a completely new section on excess weight and the yeast connection.
From the Back Cover
Your biggest roadblock to weightloss may be yeast! Have you tried low-fat, low-carb and every other diet imaginable, yet gotten nowhere? Do you crave sugar, carbohydrates and alcohol? Do you have belly fat you just can't get rid of? This update of Dr. William Crook's classic The Yeast Connection and the Woman includes a groundbreaking new section by Carolyn Dean, M.D., N.D. Dr. Dean focuses on how yeast overgrowth can make you fat -- in addition to causing chronic illness. The 6-point Yeast Fighting Program can help you get rid of yeast and be on your way to better health fast! --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
If you . . . feel "sick all over," have taken antibiotic drugs have sought help from many different specialists have taken birth control pills are troubled by fatigue and/or muscle aches are bothered by food sensitivities and/or digestive problems crave sugar sometimes feel spaced out are bothered by depression and/or irritability are bothered by headaches are sensitive to tobacco, smoke, perfume and other chemicals . . .
your health problems may be yeast connected!
Women between the ages of 20 and 55 are especially apt to develop yeast-related health problems. Common symptoms include:
weight gain recurrent vaginal yeast infections recurrent urinary tract infections PMS vulvodynia sexual dysfunction dyspareunia (painful intercourse) infertility endometriosis interstitial cystitis
Men and children also develop yeast-related health problems, and these are especially common in people who have taken many antibiotic drugs. Other complaints and illnesses that may sometimes be related to the common yeast, Candida albicans, include:
numbness tingling multiple sclerosis Crohn's disease irritable bowel syndrome colitis rheumatoid arthritis myasthenia gravis eczema acne lupus erythematosus asthma sinusitis psoriasis chronic hives
I'm not saying that the common yeast, Candida albicans or any of its close relatives, are the cause of all these problems. Yet candida may be one or the causes -- even a major cause -- of these and other health-related problems.
In this book, you'll find easy-to-read-and-understand explanations of yeast-related health problems and a step-by-step program that will help you overcome them.
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