Many people with Graves’ Disease and Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis have a Candida overgrowth.
Candida is a fungus, a form of yeast that lives in your mouth and intestines in small amounts. If it is overproduced, it breaks down the wall of the intestine and penetrates the bloodstream.
That's when the problems develop. The problem develops because not only it breaks the lining of your gut, but it also releases toxic byproducts into your body.
In addition, leaky gut (created by Candia), can let other toxins pass into your bloodstream and cause even more harm. It's like a downward spiral...all created by the Candida overgrowth.
So what are the main signs of Candida Overgrowth?
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