Candida Treatment and Testing

 

If you believe you are suffering from  Candida, this is one of a few websites that is able to offer expertise and information to patients who suspect their symptoms are caused by Candida, yeast infections and food intolerances.

We specialise in providing the most innovative tests and nutritional  advice to help clients who have been dealing with symptoms that are very hard to explain and that have been neglected by the NHS.
Victoria Tyler has been working with clients since 2004  and began to work with Michael Franklin over 10 years ago who established the Allergy & Nutrition Centre  back in 1999. Sadly Michael Franklin recently passed away, however Victoria continues to work with all patients who are suffering with Candida and yeast related conditions.

Michael Franklin’s practice was runner-up in the 2009 CAM Awards for Outstanding Practice.

Victoria Tyler sees patients in the UK in our clinic in central London, 5 minutes from Harley Street. However we can also help patients who live out of London via skype or telephone consultations. Patients are required to fill in two very detailed questionnaires that we use.

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We specialize in helping patients with symptoms that are caused either by Candida and other yeast infections and  food intolerances.

Many of our clients experience fatigue, eczema, IBS, psoraiasis, bloating, brain fog and lack of concentration and depression.

We will always try to understand what caused your health problems in the first place so that hopefully they never return.

The common ailments listed below are also particularly amenable to resolution via  Nutritional Therapy:

·  Candida & other yeast infections like Geotrichum

·  Weight Gain

·  PMT and other problems relating to the menstrual cycle

·  Mood swings, depression and other food and mood symptoms

·  Eating Disorders

·  Thyroid problems

·  Thrush

·  Cystitis

Victoria Tyler is  highly qualified and has  been working with patients for 10 years. She has a real real interest in cutting-edge tests and advice for all of these conditions. She will always try and pinpoint the root cause  of your symptoms.

Nutritional Therapy is the medicine of the future. The key is to replace  your ill health with exceptional health – the energy and vitality you may have experienced in your youth. My aim is to always surprise you with by the improvement in your health.
Victoria Tyler was fortunate to work with Michael Franklin and his practice came runner-up in the CAM Awards 2009 for Outstanding Practice. Victoria continues hard to try and maintain this standard ever since Michael Franklin sadly passed away.

 

Please call us on 0345 1297996

 

What is Candida?

Candida is a type of yeast, a fungus and is the most common cause of fungal infections worldwide.

 You may have Candida if:

You have taken antibiotics or steroids
Feel tired or experience ‘brain fog’
Have a variety of digestive problems including bloating
Have loose bowels or constipation
Crave sugar and or bread
Have a white coating on your tongue
Have Aches and Pains
Feel bloated and have sugar cravings or cravings for bread
Have Fungal  toe nail infections

If you are Female you may also have:

Cystitis
Thrush
Urinary tract infections
Weight problems

How do I know if I have Candida?

There are several tests available including a comprehensive stool test that will measure Candida in the gut and identify the exact strain and supplements needed to eradicate it.

Our clinic also offers a urine test  and a blood tests that is highly sensitive and able to identify candida.

What causes Candida and Yeast infections?

The key culprit are antibiotics – the latter promote yeast infections, including gastrointestinal Candida overgrowth, and can penetrate the GI mucosa. Women are often susceptible to thrush, or other genital yeast infections.

Prolonged antibiotic use, increase the risk for both men and women.

What are the most  most common types of Candida infection?

Oral candidias (Candida in the mouth)

Vaginal candidias (thrush)

Candida vulvovaginitis (vaginal yeast infection)

Esophageal candidias (Candida in the esophagus)

Onychomycosis (Fungal Nail infections )

Gut yeast infections (Candida in the gut)

The truth about Antibiotics

If you have taken repeated courses of antibiotics as a child or as an adult you are likely to have developed some yeast – related problems. The reason for this is that repetitive use of antibiotics can eradicate  all of your healthy gut bacteria. Low levels of healthy gut bacteria in turn may result in high levels of yeast as the latter has a chance to grow. The yeast becomes opportunistic and will be able to grow and in large quantities can be quite toxic.

Diet and the link to Candida

If you  have or do consume a diet rich in sugar, bread, cakes, biscuits or alcohol this will also cause  yeast to grow. You may have consumed a high sugar diet as a child and continued to do so as an adult.

Allergies and Intolerances

There is also certainly a link between Candida and allergies and intolerances. According to Dr. William Crook, Candida can cause a leaky gut leading to food intolerances. Food intolerances are often seen in patients who have candida.

How can I treat Candida?

You will need to talk to a skilled professional who can best advise you on anti-fungal supplements and diet.

You may be advised  to follow a strict diet and eliminate all sugar and yeast. You will also need to take some anti-fungals such as caprylic acid, oregano oil and some probiotics. The timing and dosage of the anti-fungals is key as if you do not take the correct amount you could make yourself feel very poorly. As the yeast dies off there is a die-off reaction that can lead to headaches, fatigue and depression. It is recommended that you see a good nutritionist to help you. For more information on dietary changes necessary to eradicate candida please read our blog on  Candida .

If you would like to make an  appointment   call  our clinic 0345 129 7996.

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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