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If You're Suffering from Annoying Candida Symptoms and Problems, the Yeast Infection No More Approach May Be the Answer You've Been Searching For

By Leah Day


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As a former long term sufferer of Candida, I was especially interested in learning about the Yeast Infection No More method of curing yeast infections.

There are many products on the market that claim to be foolproof cure-alls for yeast infections, but very few of them actually work.

Fortunately the author of Yeast Infection No More, Linda Allen, has done her research and presents her book not as a temporary quick fix, but as a thorough guide to completely tackling Candida and ridding it from your body for good.

The first thing I was impressed with was the sheer size of the Yeast Infection No More book. I printed it out and was instantly floored by the sheer amount of information that was provided in its 151 pages.

Allen discusses yeast and the infections they can cause in a thorough, instructive voice. I really liked that she was able to explain the overwhelming significance yeast infections have to our overall health.

The best thing about Yeast Infection No More is that Allen goes even further than explaining what Candida is and how to cure it. She also provides a detailed step-by-step process for removing the worst yeast infection symptoms from your body in 12 hours.

That's right. Twelve hours!

While I haven't tried Allen's approach because I resolved my candida problem a year before learning about her program, I'm confident her methods would be effective because she tackles yeast infections from several different angles all at once. If you're looking for immediate relief to the worst of your symptoms then this "how to" section alone is worth the price of Yeast Infection No More.

As for long term cures, Allen further details exactly how to naturally rid your whole body of yeast for good. Her approach is again a multifaceted system that would work very well against Candida.

No Quick Fixes

It should be noted that there are no permanent quick fixes for yeast problems. Long-term relief requires a fairly complex lifestyle change that will take time and commitment in order for it to work.

Fortunately, Allen takes the guesswork out of such confusing things as restricted diets by outlining an example meal plan. I wish I'd had Allen's meal plans during my own yeast problem days because it would have been comforting to have had solid answers to the question, "What am I actually allowed to eat today?"

Allen also dodges the bullet with which many yeast infection cures get killed. Instead of setting up a regimented system that must be followed to the letter, she allows for some "cheating," which, in my opinion, definitely helps make the program more flexible and thus doable for more people.

Enemas, for example, are discussed in detail, but it is clear that if you are not comfortable with that method of cleansing there are alternatives.

I have always found the food restrictions for Candida diets confusing and intimidating, but Allen simplifies the restrictions and makes them quite manageable. And having a 12-hour cure for your immediate symptoms is a real boon because most Candida diets alone can take months to see any real change in Candida symptoms.

Overall, I believe that Linda Allen's long-term approach in Yeast Infection No More, coupled with her 12-hour symptom program, will effectively and comfortably eliminate Candida.

Click here to visit Linda Allen's Yeast Infection No More website

Editor's Note: Leah is my daughter-in-law and an award-winning quilter. She shares insights almost daily about quilting and art and life on her very popular blog, The Free Motion Quilting Project. To see Leah's gallery of beautiful quilts that she's created, click here. If you're a quilter, both of these sites require a visit right now!



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