A sneaky health wrecker that’s overlooked by doctors


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A sneaky health wrecker that’s overlooked by doctors


Probably the biggest downfall of our mainstream medical system is that it’s primarily symptom-focused and not cause-focused. 

So much emphasis is placed on prescribing measures (usually drugs) that lessen or take away symptoms while the underlying cause remains largely unexplored.

As a result, millions of people spend a good part of their lives chained to a prescription bottle because without it, their symptoms come back and they feel miserable. 

Plus let’s not forget that EVERY drug has side effects, for which more drugs may be prescribed.

Here’s a perfect example of what I’m talking about:

Does this sound like you?

Have you recently seen a doctor for any of these symptoms?

  • Fatigue; exhaustion
  • Chronic sinus and/or allergy issues
  • Repeated UTIs or vaginal yeast infections
  • Brain fog
  • Mood swings
  • Joint pain
  • Gas, bloating, heartburn or constipation
  • Persistent cough; sore throat
  • Loss of sex drive


If so, chances are good that some blood work was done but everything came back negative.

You were probably given some type of medication (such as pain relievers, antibiotics, acid reducers, laxatives or antidepressants), plus you might have also been “assured” that your symptoms are part of “normal” aging.

But I’d be willing to bet that your problems continued or even got worse.

Well, there's a good reason for that.   

The reason is that a whole slew of seemingly unrelated symptoms can be caused by yeast (Candida) overgrowth in your body.

And all the drugs in the world won't do a thing for it.

That's why your problems keep coming back!

Here is what you must know about Candida and how to finally get it under control.

Candida—it’s a balancing act

Yeast (Candida) is always present in your body, and it does serve some valid functions--killing certain harmful bacteria in your intestinal tract, assisting with digestion and helping with nutrient absorption.

As long as you have a healthy gut microbiome, Candida is kept in a healthful balance and does what it's supposed to do.

The problem arises when Candida grows out of control—called Candida Overgrowth Syndrome or COS.  Then this relatively harmless yeast becomes a fungal MONSTER that can make you very sick.

A fungal Tasmanian devil

When Candida transforms from yeast to fungus, it acts like the Tasmanian devil inside your body!  It can eat away at your intestinal walls and make them too porous (known as leaky gut).  This allows the Candida, plus any poorly digested food molecules, toxins and wastes in your intestinal tract to seep into circulation and travel throughout your body.

This can lead to rashes, food sensitivities, brain fog, skin and nail infections and genitourinary infections in both men and women, among other things.

In addition, two toxic substances - ethanol and acetaldehyde - are produced, which hamper your red blood cells' ability to flow into your capillaries, and can lead to migraines, muscle aches and fatigue.

These toxins also impair your white blood cells' ability to function (making you more susceptible to infections), and can also trigger allergies, skin rashes, acne and slow healing.

Could it be me?

The important thing to realize is that once you have symptoms, that's a sign Candida is already out of control in your body…so fighting it becomes vital.

Here's a self-assessment to see how likely it is that Candida may be affecting you:

Have you:

  • Taken a long course of antibiotics, or multiple courses over a short period of time?
  • Suffered from persistent prostatitis, vaginal yeast infections or other genital infections?
  • Taken birth control pills?
  • Taken steroids like prednisone?
  • Been treated for cancer with chemotherapy or radiation?
  • Craved bread, sugar or alcohol?
  • Been diagnosed with HIV/AIDS or an autoimmune condition?
  • Been diagnosed with Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes?
  • Frequently felt fatigued, lethargic, dizzy or disconnected?
  • Suffered from poor memory or concentration, loss of sexual desire or mood swings?
  • Suffered from constipation, diarrhea, heartburn, bloating or gas?
  • Had foot, hair or body odor that persists after bathing?
  • Noticed a white coating on your tongue or been diagnosed with oral thrush?
  • Had persistent bad breath, nasal congestion, rash in your mouth or sore throat?
  • Suffered from persistent cough, chest pain or wheezing?
  • Experienced frequent urination or burning with urination?
  • Had persistent toenail or fingernail discoloration?

The more “Yes” answers you have, the more likely COS is an issue for you.

How to stop Candida overgrowth syndrome

If you suspect Candida is wreaking havoc in your body, here are ways to help:

Attack the Candida overgrowth head-on

If you suspect you have a Candida problem, you’ll want to attack it head-on and curb that overgrowth, and Optimal Yeast Support Blend is your ticket!

Optimal Yeast Support Blend contains a well-researched blend of the best, most effective natural herbal antifungals and antimicrobials plus biotin, that work together to fight back at yeast overgrowth and encourage a healthier (more helpful—not harmful!) intestinal yeast population.

These awesome natural antifungals include:

  • Sodium caprylate
  • Pau D’ Arco
  • Berberine sulfate
  • Rosemary
  • Oregano
  • Ginger
  • Cinnamon
  • Chamomile


Starve Candida

Candida yeast thrive on sugar and refined carbohydrates. So when you avoid or minimize these foods in your diet, you deprive Candida of the food source it needs to multiply.

This includes all sources of sugar and refined carbs like soda, sweetened drinks, sports drinks, pastries, pasta, bread, white rice, cereals, snack chips, crackers, tortillas and many condiments (like ketchup and barbecue sauce).  Read labels carefully as sugar is a hidden ingredient in most processed foods.

Focus instead on eating good carbohydrates like vegetables and legumes.  Also helpful are organic meats and poultry, wild-caught fish, bone broths, and fermented foods like sauerkraut and kimchi.

In addition, although they are nutritious and a source of fiber, fruits are high in sugar and whole grains can feed Candida too, so they are best avoided until you have Candida under control.

Support a healthy microbiome

A healthy diet low in sugars and refined carbs is vital for achieving and maintaining a strong population of friendly flora in your microbiome.  

But for many people, it’s not enough—especially if you’ve already got the challenges of COS running rampant in your system. 

That’s when a top-notch probiotic supplement like Super Shield multi-strain probiotic formula can be a much-needed boost for your body.

Two of the 13 powerhouse probiotic strains in Super Shield, Lactobacillus rhamnosus and Lactobacillus acidophilus, have been shown to be extremely effective in fighting Candida!

And Super Shield's 11 other potent strains support L. rhamnosus and L. acidophilus in keeping your microbiome in a healthy balance, ready and able to keep Candida in check, fend off harmful bacteria, and protect against leaky gut.

Use coconut oil

Coconut oil can effectively fight Candida due to its antimicrobial properties, plus it’s a good stable fat for cooking.

Pay no attention to the so-called “dietary” advice parroted by certain medical associations (with no expertise in nutrition) saying coconut oil should be avoided.  These organizations are heavily funded by the vegetable oil industry, so their “advice” is slanted accordingly (follow the money). 

Vegetable oils are highly unstable and stir up inflammation in your system, and inflammation is a major contributing factor to heart disease!  So the fact that these oils are recommended, while a good stable fat like coconut oil is demonized, is insanity at its best. 

If you suspect Candida has been secretly affecting your health, or want to help keep it under control, now is the time to face that fungal monster and minimize its harmful effects on you!

To your health,

Sherry Brescia

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  • Hi Cynthia,

    The following link will take you to Sherry’s article on UTI’s:


    We hope this helps!

    Melanie at Holistic Blends on

  • I have had recurring bloating and weight gain for the past 3 years. I thought it was under control but now it’s back. My Dr. believes it’s SIBO because I had it before. Should I try your sibo defense or this yeast formula?

    Debbie on

  • I’ve had an ongoing uti for about 4 mos. now even after taking 4 different antibiotics. What should I do next?

    CYnthia on

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