The SkinnyUp!® Candida Cleanse
Setting the Stage for Unhealthy Sugar Level
Over the decades, the frequent use of antibiotics combined with our increased sugar consumption, among other factors, have created the perfect storm for obesity leading to poor health. Regardless of what type of food you eat, modern recipes often rely on adding sugar to make the product more delicious. Unfortunately, this comes at the cost of important nutrients, doubling the harmful effects on your body. Ultra-processed foods are more prevalent than ever, with more than half of your daily caloric intake coming from overly processed consumables.
When you consider it, it’s easy to see that sugar has long been in use in our country. As time goes on, Americans are consuming more and more sugar, with excess amounts relating directly to obesity, heart disease, and other unwanted side effects.
Fighting Sugar Cravings at the Source
While everyone aims to set the stage for a healthier outlook nationwide, few people are looking to the source of the problem in an attempt to stop this epidemic. It may sound like reducing the amount of sugar in our food products is a good practice, but being able to stop food cravings at their source is the best approach for long-term results. Even if we manage to reduce the sugar content in today’s food and drinks, Americans may still be stuck with unhealthy sugar cravings that will only make staying healthy and following nutritional guidelines more difficult. Our line of natural weight supplements are here to help you lose weight**, and Skinny Up!® Yeast Redux leads the pack to combat those unhealthy sugar cravings while giving you the energy needed to take control of your health.*
America’s Problem is Candida Overgrowth
Candida, commonly referred to as yeast overgrowth, is a common problem that occurs in the intestinal tract when the candida yeast in your gut begins to overcome the good bacteria, throwing your digestion off track and creating a myriad of health woes in the process. How does this happen? The high levels of sugar in our diet can contribute to yeast overgrowth, as candida thrives on processed carbohydrates. Another contributor is the flippant use of antibiotics, which are taken by millions of Americans annually with the purpose of treating a wide range of health issues. Unfortunately, the overuse of antibiotics kills off almost all bacteria, allowing candida to grow and thrive. Once it is well-established, candida yeast overgrowth creates a myriad of symptoms. One of which is the increased craving for sugar and carbohydrates, which actually strengthens the candida overgrowth, causing the cycle of candida overgrowth to continue.