What is Candida Albicans?

There are many kinds of Candida fungus in the body. The most common is Candida Albicans, which occurs naturally in the gut’s flora and protects you from ingesting toxins that enter the body. A small amount of Candida Albicans is necessary to maintain a healthy gut. Our gut is also full of other bacteria that feed on Candida Albicans, limiting its ability
to overpopulate.

The Candida yeast becomes problematic when it grows beyond normal levels and spreads throughout the gastrointestinal tract, into the bloodstream and from there, throughout the body.

This fungus then settles itself into the body’s organs, blood and tissue and a fungal colony quickly spreads. The fungus is protected as it has left the gut and does not have the challenge of the gut bacteria trying to consume it.

The risk for the Candida fungus is the human immune system. The immune system would normally identify and fight off this fungal intruder without too much effort. Sadly more
and more people suffer from low immune systems due to stress, bad diet and general ill health.

A weak immune system cannot fight a systemic Candida fungus colony.

The Candida fungus is protected from the immune system attack by its cellular membrane. This membrane is comprised of a layer formation called Chitin. With a system-wide infection there is simply too much of the fungus for the body to fight and it is at that point we begin to see symptoms of Candidiasis (Systemic Candida).

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Lufenuron attacks the Chitin Shell surrounding Candida fungus.

Charcoal and Zeolite capture and remove the toxins bound within.

Sodium Bicarbonate assists in Alkalizing the system.

Candetox uses Lufenuron to attack Candida by removing its protective Chitin shell, thus removing toxins, fungus and parasites that are bound deep within the body. ATTACK Candida, REMOVE toxins, AKALIZE the body
and the body’s immune system will reboot. This is

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