Candida is a skin condition which affects nearly 80% of the people. According to the medical dictionary, the definition of candida is, “a genus of yeast like fungi that are commonly part of the normal flora of the mouth, skin, intestinal tract, and vagina, but can cause a variety of infections.” At any point in time, there is always a small amount of Candida Albicans or yeast microorganisms in the body. These are used as food by friendly and protective bacterium such as Acidophillus and Bifidus. In some cases, a trigger will cause the candida cells to multiply and end up killing off the friendly bacteria that feed on them resulting in a number of ailments and symptoms.

Candida can be described as a skin rash that may also be the cause of other dangerous infections. Candida develops as a result of several dietary, environmental, and emotional factors. As a result, chronic candida infections cannot simply be treated by a course of medication. 
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