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Are You Suffering From FUNGAL INFECTION Very Frequently? (Part 1)

Are you suffering from FUNGAL INFECTION very frequently? (Part 1)

We live in the world filled with bacteria & toxins. And if

you also have poor eating habits,

that can set you up for developing fungal infections more easily.

You may be having a fungal infection if you are suffering from:

  • Itching on skin
  • Burning sensation on skin
  • Skin bleeding due to your scratching

If your fungal infection remains uncured for

longer period of time, or,

if it reappears again and again even after using ointment and medicines,

you might get frustrated, ultimately leading to depression.

High risk factors which help your fungal infection to grow are:

  • Excess sugar intake

Simple sugar provides energy to fungi on your skin and

it also interferes in your healing process.

  • Weakened immunity

If your immunity is low,

you are prone to catch infection easily. And,

if you are already infected, then

your infection will take time to heal as

your body’s disease fighting capacity is poor.

  • Excess alcohol intake

Alcohol consumption also impair your immune system. In addition,

it will also disrupt the barrier function of

your skin which leads to delayed healing.

  • Diabetes

Uncontrolled diabetes can aggravate your fungal infection.

As increased sugar in your blood

provide energy to your fungal infection and

reduces your skin healing power.

9 food you should avoid during fungal infection are:

  • Sugar
  • Honey
  • Maple syrup

As these foods are simple sugar, they will delay your skin healing power and

provide energy to your infection.

  • Milk
  • Cheese
  • Canned/processed food
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Soy sauce
  • Vinegar

The food that help you to cure your fungal infection

will be discussed in next tip.

Till then…

Take care

Providing simple solutions for the complexities of life

Dr. Bhumita Makwana

Your Dietitian & Cosmetic Clinician

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