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Re: Difference between Candida and Systemic Candida
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Re: Difference between Candida and Systemic Candida

Everyone has candida (yeast) in their body at all times. Candida refers to yeast when it is at a "healthy" level in your body. Yeast can, due to a number of circumstances such as taking Antibiotics , birth control pills, steriods, stress, weakened immune system, etc. get out of control and "overgrow". When you have candida overgrowth, also more commonly known as "systemic candida", it has "run rampant" so to speak and most likely progressed to a fungal phase, and if left untreated, it can evenly break through the intestinal walls.

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