People with diabetes can have blood sugars that are well-controlled, poorly controlled, or somewhere in between. If blood sugar is running higher than it should, Candida can seize the opportunity to colonize different areas of the body. This occurs mainly in type I diabetes. However, people with type 2 diabetes who are overweight and continuing to eat significant amounts of sugar can also run into problems with Candida. If you have diabetes, it is crucial to have your blood sugar well controlled before starting a Candida cleanse. Make sure you are following an appropriate diet for the condition. Drinking alcohol is not a great idea if you have diabetes. Whether you’re diabetic or not, healing your gut means staying away from foods like candy, ice cream, fast foods, and pop. It’s important to eat regularly if you have diabetes and to favor whole, fresh foods.
If blood sugar gets too high, it can inhibit your immune system. This was demonstrated in a 2015 study that showed when blood sugar is high, proteins called beta-defensins increase in numbers and suppress the immune system. Appropriate blood sugar control is essential for immunity, energy, mood, cognition, and general well-being.
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Artificial sugars are not an answer to diabetes. I think they’re total junk and diabetes or not, I tell my clients to avoid “fake sugars.”
Once your blood sugar is well-controlled, check out the Candida Crusher Protocol and the CanXida line of supplements. I’ve had many diabetics take CanXida Remove, Restore, and Rebuild with excellent results. You can manage your diabetes and you also can manage your immune system’s ability to stay cranked up and to avoid a yeast infection. You can achieve that. It just takes a little bit of control and understanding.