Dr Oz: 3 Steps to Treat Yeast Overgrowth
Dr. Oz revealed the shocking reason for your exhaustion and the simple test you can do at home to see if yeast overgrowth is the reason for your constant fatigue. He and Dr. Elizabeth Boham shared the symptoms to watch out for as well the causes of yeast overgrowth that begin with the foods you are eating. Now see how you can get your energy back and heal your gut in just 3 easy steps!
Dr Oz: Tips to Fight Exhaustion
Dr. Elizabeth Boham says you can reduce the yeast in your gut and get your energy back by following 3 simple steps and making a few changes to your diet.
- For 2 weeks: Cut out things like cookies, soda, alcohol and pretty much anything with sugar.
- For 2 weeks: Cut back on refined carbohydrates, like white breads, pastas and cereals.
- Add in foods that improve the good bacteria in your gut, including Sauerkraut and Kimchi.
- Add in foods that are high in fiber, like kale, asparagus, broccoli, and tomatoes. Nuts and seeds are also great sources of fiber as well as grains like brown rice and quinoa.
- Take a Probiotic Supplement: Dr. Boham says that while eating yogurt is a good way to prevent a problem in your gut, it is important to take a Probiotic Supplement if you already have a yeast overgrowth problem because they will help to bring back balance to the good bacteria and improve the health of your digestive system. Look for a label that contains more than 25 billion total Bifido/Lacto Cultures.
- Add more Anti-fungal Herbs to your diet
- 1-2 cloves Raw Garlic per day
- Thyme Oil tincture: take 1-3 milliliters orally 3 times a day
- Thyme Oil can be applied directly to an infection, like in the case of Athlete’s Foot.