Don’t miss The Candida Summit

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Candida is a naturally occurring, yet “opportunistic” fungus.

With the right conditions, there’s no limit to where it will spread and, when rampant, it can cause intense sugar cravings, brain fog, bloating, depression, anxiety, digestive issues, low energy or worse…

…chronic diseases.

—>>Learn to overcome candida and reclaim your health at The Candida Summit!

Even though candida is an important part of your digestive process, if unchecked, it can cause serious damage to your health.

Certain lifestyle choices and/or illness can deplete the “good” bacteria in your body to create room for candida growth:
● Use of antibiotics
● A high sugar diet
● Allergies
● Years of drinking alcohol
● An immunosuppressive illness
● Use of NSAIDs
● Birth control
● Exposure to mold and mycotoxins

Evan Brand, your host, also suffered (and healed!) from candida, parasite infections and bacterial overgrowth. In his health practice, upwards of 95% of his clients have some degree of candida overgrowth — time and time again, he sees debilitating and mysterious symptoms disappear once candida overgrowth is addressed.

In his clinical experience (and personal struggle) with mold and mycotoxins, Evan has also found a huge link between candida overgrowth and these toxins. Finding and fixing the source of the mold toxicity is paramount to succeeding with candida, which will be discussed in this updated relaunch of The Candida Summit. Join me/us to learn more!

—>>Learn to overcome candida and reclaim your health at The Candida Summit!

The Candida Summit is online and free from May 4-10, 2020!

P.S. Candida can also be extremely difficult to test for and diagnose — that’s why I encourage you to attend this summit!

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