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Why monitoring your Candida levels is important to your gut health


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These days, we’re paying more attention to gut health than ever before. But guess what? There’s still more to learn—especially when it comes to Candida.

Candida is a fungus (or form of yeast) that’s part of the microbes that can live in your gastrointestinal tract. According to experts, this fungus is present in many of us. And that’s just fine. But when Candida overgrowth occurs, it can lead to health concerns like digestive issues and yeast infections. That’s why it’s important to stay on top of your Candida levels, and that’s exactly what the BIOHM Candida Report helps you do.

The at-home test helps you understand which species of Candida are living in your gut (now if only you could charge them rent…) and the specific levels of each one. From there, you can determine which lifestyle changes will help maintain those strains at healthy levels.

Check out the BIOHM Candida Report now because when it comes to your microbiome and gut health, it’s always good to be in the know.

 

In partnership with BIOHM

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