Candida Albicans Intestinal Yeast Infection Cure

Candida Albicans is a mold/fungus/yeast that exists in small quantities in a healthy intestinal tract. People can experience an overgrowth of yeast in the intestines when they inadvertently kill good bacteria there by using antibiotics, eat too much sugar (which feeds the yeast), eat almost no vegetables (which are essential for proper PH), or generally abuse their bodies so that their immunity is lowered.

When candida thrives inside the intestines long enough, it can root through the intestinal wall and enter into the bloodstream. Then it spreads throughout the body and is labeled "Systemic Candida" because it is then in the whole system of the body instead of being localized inside the intestines. A doctor who regularly looks at peoples blood under a microscope told me that about 70% of specimens he examined (which were in the eastern US) were infected with candida.

Chronic candida infections often cause liver toxemia which allows multiple allergies to chemicals, food, pollen, etc. Low energy is a major symptom of candida because the yeasts secrete acetaldehyde as waste and this chemical creates ethanol as a by-product. Ethanol can cause excessive fatigue and reduce the strength and stamina which takes away ambition. It destroys enzymes needed for cell energy and causes the release of free radicals that promotes the aging process. Low oxygen levels in blood cells and tissues (which also result in low energy) are often the result of malabsorption of iron in the digestive tract due to the presence of yeast.

Malnutrition can result from candida infections due to the yeast physically limiting contact of food with the intestinal wall, and by the yeast consuming carbohydrates in the food. But an overweight body can result from yeast infections due to the water retention that happens in the body (in response to the cellular irritation from the infection). Also what is observed as being a "beer gut" is often just the bloatedness that accompanies a strong yeast infection just like the rising of yeasted bread (which is a gaseous frothing). And the spaciness of mind and forgetfulness that most people have nowadays is just more of the typical symptoms of candida overgrowth. (not to mention the less common belching, flatulence, and diarrhea.) And most females have a constant ongoing problem with vaginal yeast infections which are believed to stem from intestinal yeast infections.

Most people with yeast infections are very attracted to sweet things because sugar is what candida thrives on, and when sugar is denied then the candida starts to depopulate and the person feels the effects of that die-off which manifests as "withdrawal symptoms". So to maintain the status quo inside and keep the yeast happy, people subconsciously maintain a habit of ingesting sweets in one form or another because they are aware of how bad they feel if they don't. Breaking the endless downward cycle takes knowledge of the problem, knowledge of how to return to normal, and much determination. Click here for anti-candida diet guidelines.

How I Cured My Candida Problem

My experience with candida probably started as a child when I was a sugar addict and a "space case" who never excelled or was able to "fit in". In my late 20's I developed very extensive allergies to foods and chemicals. Years later, while living in a big city, the intestinal yeast overgrowth became so bad that I had constant diarrhea (which one can die from due to malnutrition and water loss). The infection also caused arthritis in all my major joints due to the constant internal inflammatory responses from the immune system reacting to many unwanted foods (even though all were nutritious). Hypoglycemia was also very bad at that time for me too.

I was really a basket case then, so I packed up my bags and moved back home with my parents so I could dedicate myself to learning all about this health stuff and fix what was wrong in me. I learned the importance of avoiding sugar in all its many forms from reading the book "Sugar Blues" by William Dufty (a real classic). How to discover my own food allergies was a life long tool that I acquired from the booklet "The Pulse Test". How to eat sugar free to stabilize my blood sugar was learned from a few different books about hypoglycemia. At that time I didn't know about candida as the source problem behind all these other problems because in the early 80's there was little or no information about it. So I think that I cut back the candida infection by eliminating sweets and overly refined carbohydrates, but I didn't eliminate it. The result was that my food and chemical allergies remained the same and I had to continue to eat very carefully and often enough to maintain adequate blood sugar levels.

Then in the early 90's I started reading about candida and available supplements to fight it. So over the next few years I experimented with Garlic supplements and other natural remedies which helped out but didn't do the trick. Late in 1997 I read that there is an electrical frequency that kills yeast (candida albicans included) and so I converted one of my blood electrification units to also output the frequency of 464 hertz (cycles per second) so I could use it to combat my intestinal candida. (The candida in my blood was already kept to a scant minimum by occasional blood electrification at 100 hz for 30 minutes every other day. This was verified by live blood cell analysis.)

My experience with the intestinal candida has been that every time I use the 464 hz (with pads on the front and back side of my belly) for more than 5 minutes I will feel the next day somewhat headachey and weak due to the resultant toxemia from candida die-off. Maybe not everyone would experience this unless they also have leaky gut syndrome (mine was verified with a lab test) which allows undigested particles inside the intestines (including dead candida) to pass through holes (caused by candida) and enter the bloodstream.

As of late January 1998 I felt like the candida had definitely been suppressed to a minimum after using the anti-candida frequency for 15 minutes twice a week over a six week period. This is kind of amazing considering that my diet is mostly carbohydrates (bread, rice, beans) which are also considered food for the candida (sugar is a super food for it) although the bread I eat is home baked without sweetener added. When I started this electro-medicine therapy I would get maximum yukky feelings from the die-off, but by mid-February 1998 I got little reactions from treatment.

Then I found out about how oscillating magnetic fields (OMF) kill candida and so I created my own OMF Generator and started trying it out on myself against candida. The treatments were easier to do and the results were somewhat better than using the anti-candida Rife frequency. Then I found out about how to modify a Clark Zapper to kill candida. So I used my Candida Zapper 30 minutes daily for 8 days to kill all the candida. Other than having one big die-off experience the second day of use it was smooth going. I highly recommend it. Since then I just use it once every week or more to suppress any regrowth because candida spores are in the air, get in our food, and can repopulate the intestines if the immunity there is weak.


I like this informative video except that is a sales promo for probiotics (acidophilus) which in reality is useful to keep candida from overpopulating the intestines but does not attack and kill it once it is overgrown there. Also the video focuses on candida in the stomach whereas it is in the intestines where it likes to grow. The stomach is too acidic to let candida grow there. Other than that this video is right on.

Alzheimers/Candida link

The possibility that Alzheimer’s disease (AD) has a microbial aetiology has been proposed by several researchers. Here, we provide evidence that tissue from the central nervous system (CNS) of AD patients contain fungal cells and hyphae. Fungal material can be detected both intra- and extracellularly using specific antibodies against several fungi. Different brain regions including external frontal cortex, cerebellar hemisphere, entorhinal cortex/hippocampus and choroid plexus contain fungal material, which is absent in brain tissue from control individuals. Analysis of brain sections from ten additional AD patients reveals that all are infected with fungi. Fungal infection is also observed in blood vessels, which may explain the vascular pathology frequently detected in AD patients. Sequencing of fungal DNA extracted from frozen CNS samples identifies several fungal species. Collectively, our findings provide compelling evidence for the existence of fungal infection in the CNS from AD patients, but not in control individuals.