- March 14, 2014 at 7:56 pm #116862
Dr Greger of Nutritionfacts.org does fast 1-5 minute videos on actual peer-reviewed studies to give us insight on disease, but better yet help us to prevent requiring medications.
NONE Of these are specifically on candida.
For the most part they are on immune system support and how that effects other systems.
I have recently made a request for vids on candida studies, and looking forward to his reply.
Here is one on Turmeric, and how so little of it is needed to do the good that bigger amounts of ginger or rosemary does.
Spicing-Up DNA Protection : http://nutritionfacts.org/video/spicing-up-dna-protection/
Please take note that Dr Greger does not sell any products, and occasionally sells compilation-videos of the videos he offers for FREE to support his website, nothing more.March 14, 2014 at 8:37 pm #116863
Which Spices Fight Inflammation?
Mentions IBD and TFN expression
2008 Antioxidant Superstars
Antioxidant Content of 300 Foods
2010 study on tea with most antioxidants- http://nutritionfacts.org/video/the-healthiest-herbal-tea/
Some of these are older, some are 2014…on his site you can sift through the most current ones.
There are hundreds of these vids there, important because if you can tailor your diet to the choices available to you that also happen to boost the immune system, you may beat candida a bit faster.
The intent here is to inspire further research.March 21, 2014 at 2:52 am #117154
excellent article-base source with info on lavender, echinacea, turmeric/curcumin, the list goes on and on.
just punch “candida” into the search engineMarch 27, 2014 at 3:23 am #117340
This is not to encourage experimentation (experimenting with essential oils can be dangerous), but to lend support or credence to adding these spices to the diet/cooking.March 28, 2014 at 6:38 pm #117415
I figured it was fungistatic,but I guess in certain concentrations its fungicidal.
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