Dr Oz: Exhaustion Saliva Test At Home & Yeast Overgrowth Symptoms

Dr Oz: What Causes Exhaustion?

Are you constantly feeling tired, exhausted or just plain run down as you try to get through everyday life? If so, you cannot afford to miss this episode of the Dr. Oz Show as he reveals the surprising hidden cause of your exhaustion along with advice to get your energy back!

Dr Oz: Exhaustion Saliva Test

Dr. Elizabeth Boham says if you are feeling exhausted, but are not sure why, you need to do an important self-test to help figure out why you are so tired all the time. All you need is a glass of water and your own saliva. Dr. Boham says your saliva should sit on top of the water, but if it begins to settle at the bottom of the glass or starts to “spider” down into the water it could be a sign of yeast overgrowth.

Comments

  1. debbie says

    I’ve read that you can take too much of a probiotic and if that occurs it could cause some of the symptons that you are trying to avoid like diarrhea ,gas and bloating. Is this true?

  2. EDWARD FIRMANIUK says

    THE SILIVA TEST YOU TALKED ABOUT ON THE SHOW WAS USED YEARS AGO.
    IT WAS OR IS KNOWN AS THE CANDIDA WEAST INFECTION TEST

  3. Nancy Mullins says

    I did the test and my saliva strung quick and all dropped to the bottom of glass just that quick. Now I am worried, so what are the natural foods for remedy? My medical conditions are Heart valve and copd and would like to treat more homopathicaly.

  4. Patricia Angle says

    Both my husband and I had moderate to severe sediment at the bottom of our glasses after following Dr. Bonham’s sputnum test. Our largest and most severe problem is in regard to breakfasts. We eat and shop at our neighborhood natural-health food stores. We cannot afford organic food at every meal, but we try. At our health food stores, we use the bin cereals (not organic), and we’ve relied on these whole-grained cereals for years and eat them three breakfasts/week.

    Two breakfasts/week, we eat an egg, two turkey sausage links (no nitrates and nitrates), whole-grained toast (I am allergic to wheat, so I’ve made the appropriate substitutes). I am allergic to eggs, both the yolk and the whites, so I eat them sparingly; whereas, my husband has heart disease (six stents), so I limit his eggs two/week.

    Would whole fruit be advisable for us for alternate breakfasts? I am pre-diabetic; he is not. I love hot oatmeal and brown rice cereals, so I’ll eat that, but he hates hot cereals.

    OK; they say that writing about one’s concerns helps to put them into focus and perspective, so I think that I have a plan. I am more than willing to follow Dr. Bonham’s diet, but my husband will go “kicking and screaming”; please advise.

  5. Jane says

    WTF? How do you read the results of the test? What happens after you spit into the glass of water? or is the test whether or not you can even spit?

  6. says

    Hi…Did the spit test and I had a glob and tendrils…After probiotics and Diflucan perscibed by my doctor my spit has complete changed. It is now little spit bubbles on top of the water. Does this mean my yeast is now under control?

  7. says

    If you go online and look up yeast free diet, there is a diet you can follow the will give you a list of foods to eat for 2 weeks. Follow and only eat the foods on the list and you will feel great.
    yeast overgrowth means you need to cut sugar that feeds the yeast and so does cheese.
    make a shake for breakfast. greek yogurt, almond milk, plant based protein powder, flaxseed,
    berries and ice. enjoy
    If you can’t eat eggs, have yogurt or quinoa.
    eat only artrichokes asparagus,broccoli celery endive green beans lettuce spinach zucchini peppers tomatoes,,,,sardines turkey, chicken, halibut, salmon, sardines olive oil basil cinnamon, tumeric,paprika, oregano thyme,ginger
    eat only these thing for 2 weeks it works!!!
    no bread cereal rice cheese baked goods high sugar fruit pastas
    good luck

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