How to Get Rid of a Yeast Infection For Good


Are you having recurring yeast infections even after trying conventional medicine and preferred natural remedies like garlic and lactobacillus acidophilus from yogurt and still suffering. Then you need to read this article. You will find out how to get rid of yeast infections for good.

Most people do not know that there are other underlying causes in the body that are propagating a yeast growth.

How to get rid of a yeast infections with the right Iodine levels in the body

I had never suffered from a candida infection in my life until recently when I had hypothyroidism while pregnant. After giving birth I developed a very severe form of thrush that could not just clear. I tried both prescription medicine, over the counter, and natural remedies but these brought only temporary relief. In my research, I found that hypothyroidism predisposed people to yeast overgrowth in the body. As a result, foods such as kelp that are rich in iodine or iodine supplements are helpful in treating stubborn yeast infection if combined with effective natural remedies.

How to get rid of  yeast infections with iron,vitamin B and selenium supplementation

Most women have low levels of iron and they are not even aware of it. A woman loses 13.5mg of iron through menstruation every month. Iron deficiency can cause anemia. Studies show that anemia and iron deficiency are precursors for yeast growth . Many people suggest the use of yogurt to provide the good bacteria that will discourage yeast overgrowth. However this good bacteria cannot grow well within an iron deficient body. A good source of iron is the liver. You can also supplement by taking chelated iron that the body absorbs easily, avoid the ferrous sulfate form of iron since it causes constipation. A woman needs about 8mg of additional iron daily to avoid iron deficiency.

Low levels of vitamin B12 and folic acid, which is also a B vitamin leads to iron deficiency in the body. It is important to have a good supply of vitamin B12 and folic acid in the body to avoid anemia. Studies have also shown that selenium deficiency is a big factor that promotes yeast growth.  Selenium is also a very powerful antioxidant that will boost the immune system.

Now you can see why your infection is not going away even with your best efforts. So really, how do you get rid of a yeast infection for good?

Get to know some good natural remedies that work and do not cause adverse side effects and also try to increase the levels of iodine, iron, zinc, selenium, vitamin B12 and folic acid in your body.

Make sure you check with your doctor before taking any supplements.