Free Candida Plan for Skin Conditions

What is Candida?

Candida is a yeast that lives naturally in your mouth, gut and vagina. If you have a healthy immune system, it doesn’t usually cause any problems – the friendly bacteria in your gut help keep levels under control.

Candida aids with nutrient absorption and digestion when in proper levels in the body. If candida grows out of hand (known as a yeast overgrowth) this can lead to recurring symptoms. If you regularly struggle with two or more of the following, you might be suffering from an overgrowth of candida.

  • Recurring thrush
  • Urinary tract infections
  • Digestive problems such as bloating
  • Fatigue
  • Thinning hair
  • Concentration problems – sometimes described as ‘brain fog’
  • Cravings for sweets
  • Bad breath
  • White coating on tongue
  • Hormone imbalance
  • Joint pain
  • Loss of sex drive
  • Chronic sinus and allergy issues
  • Weak immune system

Without a healthy, functioning digestive system, waste matter starts to move either too slowly or too quickly thought the intestines. If it moves too quickly, it can leave you dehydrated and lacking in vital nutrients. If it moves too slowly, the built-up waste matter encourages the growth of pathogenic organisms like Candida, along with symptoms like bloating and gas. A good cleansing program is a healthy first step to restoring your digestive system to regular service.

In the digestive tract, if left unchecked, the overgrowth of candida can break down the walls of the intestinal lining and penetrate into the bloodstream. This releases toxins from your system, causing leaky gut syndrome.

What Causes Candida Overgrowth?

A poor diet or repeatedly taking prescription medication can lead to an imbalance of candida in the gut. If you have taken the following over an extended period of time or if you struggle with an already weakened immune system you might be suffering from candida overgrowth.

  • Antibiotics
  • corticosteroid
  • Birth control pills

What to do about Candida Overgrowth

My 5 day cleanse is designed to treat and eliminate underlying candida. If you believe candida is contributing to your leaky gut and in turn skin condition, I would recommend you follow this cleanse and then revert back to the plan in my book Radiant, whilst reducing your sugar intake (even natural sugars) throughout and moving forward. If you’ve never undertaken a ‘fast’ or liquid cleanse before, you might want to consult your physician before making these changes to your diet.

Side effects of the cleanse might include

  • Impaired brain function
  • Headache
  • Fatigue
  • Dizziness
  • Intestinal distress including bloating, gas, constipation and nausea
  • Sweating and fever
  • Sinus infection
  • Skin breakouts
  • Typical flu-like symptoms

These symptoms usually clear up in seven to 10 days. The candida is leaving your body, and within just a few weeks, you will notice an increase in energy and focus, as well as relief from other symptoms you have experienced.

After your symptoms have subsided and you have completed the cleanse and the diet, you should continue eating a diet that is high in protein and high-fibre vegetables, and limit grains, fruits, sugar and high-starch vegetables like white potatoes. Continue to consume fermented vegetables and kefir to help your body stay in balance and keep the candida at bay.


The following are recommended to supplement this plan and are available in a full months supply pack here


Full Spectrum Turmeric

Take as directed on the bottle

Turmeric contains an active component called curcumin that has been shown to completely inhibit the growth of Candida Albicans.


Pau D’arco Tincture

Take 2.5ml (half a teaspoon) twice a day, morning and evening

Pau d’arco helps the body fight candida the natural way. It has anti-fungal compounds including lapachol, which have been shown to combat candida.


Multi Strain Biotics

Take as directed on the bottle

Will give your body healthy bacteria, which can help reduce the presence of yeast.


Milk Thistle Tincture

Take 2.5ml (half a teaspoon) twice a day, morning and evening

Helps to cleanse the liver from prescription medications such as steroids and antibiotics, environmental pollution, heavy metals and radiation.

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  • Looking for the 5 day cleanse instructions/recipes, I don’t see it in this post. Thanks!

    Deanna Marie Rhodes
  • Is there a link to the 5 day cleanse? I can’t see it in the blog post.

    Victoria Todd

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