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The good bacteria, or probiotic colonies that your body hosts are critical to your health, and it goes so far beyond digestion. Weight, mood, immune health, and according to a new study, when babies are born are all affected by what type of bacteria you cultivate. While we can do a lot for premature babies […]

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All About Ladies

December 4, 2013

Here’s a question that’s been coming into the blog: can you (and how should you) use colloidal silver if you have a yeast infection/HPV other vaginal infection or STI? Colloidal silver is meant to be an immune supporting oral supplement. Like the GI tract, the vagina relies on beneficial bacteria for its immune defense. Also […]

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It’s Cervical Cancer Awareness Month, and The University of Texas has produced a list of 10 early signs and symptoms of cancer (cervical, uterine, and ovarian). Since most cancers can be treated successfully when caught early, make sure to share these tips with the women in your life: Irregular Bleeding, especially after menopause or during […]

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Most people hear “yeast infection” and think of vaginal yeast infections, thanks to the numerous over the counter treatments advertised on television. Unfortunately, there are numerous places and ways a yeast infection can strike (yeast is a type of fungi), and yes, there are yeast infections in men, too! Most fungi start on the skin, […]

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Tinea Versicolor is a yeast infection that causes a discoloration of the skin. In most cases it can be easily treated with home remedies, but for many people the yeast infection will recur chronically. A fairly common skin infection, tinea versicolor may affect up to 8% of the population. Malassezia globosa, Malassezia furfur, and Pityrosporum ovale can all […]

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