Yeast infection, also known as candida, is a result of an improperly balanced immune system. Causes of yeast infection may be directly related to the foods and prescriptions we take, and also may result from some environmental factors beyond our control. Watching your diet is a good step to prevent yeast infection from starting and/or spreading.
Some of the most corruptive culprit that can cause yeast infections are refined sugar and carbohydrates. We can get refined sugar from sweets such as candies, soda, ice cream and honey (also considered as a simple carbohydrate. Other source, which does have a more complex carbohydrates, are cereals, bread and rice. These types of refined sugar and carbohydrates may cause yeast infections and allow candida to grow on different parts of your skin.
Another big area of concern is mucus. There are some food items, like cow’s milk, which may cause allergies. Allergies increase production of mucus in our body system, and if persist may lead to indigestion. When that happens, yeast infection tend to grow even more faster. To control such inflammatory situation, soy is highly recommended instead of other dairy products.
Yeast, the common ingredient for making bread and beer, should be tagged as products that may cause yeast infection. You should avoid such ingredients if you already have and trying to flush out the yeast infection. Food items that include molds, which some other people think not a yeast infection cause, should also be avoided. Such food items are cheeses, dried fruits and mushroom.
A body that’s improperly balanced is prone for yeast infection growth. The body’s balanced PH level should be in the range of 7.35 and 7.45. If yours is not within the range, meaning you body is too acidic, it will be more prone for candida to grow. This can be avoided by balancing your diet with alkaline foods, like lemons, fish or grains.
Listed here are just some of environmental factors that are yeast infections causes. Watch your diet and maintain a balanced PH level in order to avoid yeast infection.