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The National Candida Center Program


What We Offer:
We offer a serious, supervised, natural program alternative to drugs and surgery which supports the healing of multiple digestive disorders (candida overgrowth, dysbiosis, diarrhea, constipation, gas, bloating, bowel inflammation IBD, irritable bowel IBS, leaky gut, ulcers, Crohn's CD, colitis UC, etc). Don't be deceived by bogus claims of a magic bullet "30 day" cure when the only thing documented to work is a comprehensive program.

Recall The Classic Parable:
Would you rather eat a fish for a day or learn how to fish for a lifetime? At the NCC our job is to teach you the tools to make a permanent transition to wellness.

Common Sense Steps:
First, is yeast bugging you? Find out with our free Self-Tests.
Next, understand the Five Phase Treatment Program .
Review our Support System.
Call or email us to get started.

Five Phases:
The Five Phase Treatment Program offers a common sense, systematic approach to whole body health and regeneration.
Even the most hardcore allopathic drug and surgery clinicians (MDs) have been forced to accept complementary and alternative approaches to healing disease. (1) Developed after many years of close clinical observation and testing, every truly effective health-wellness program will use all or part of this system (sometimes you will hear of 3 or 4 phases which means they are combining some steps).















REFERENCES:
(1) Complementary and alternative medicine treatments for IBD (inflammatory bowel diseases)

Langhorst J1, Wulfert H2, Lauche R3, Klose P2, Cramer H3, Dobos GJ2, Korzenik J4.

J Crohns Colitis. 2015 Jan;9(1):86-106. doi: 10.1093/ecco-jcc/jju007. Epub 2014 Nov 28

Abstract

OBJECTIVE: A systematic review for Complementary and Alternative Medicine [CAM] as defined by the National Institute of Health in Inflammatory Bowel Disease [IBD], ie Crohn's disease [CD] and ulcerative colitis [UC], with the exception of dietary and nutritional supplements, and manipulative therapies.

CONCLUSIONS: Complementary and alternative therapies might be effective for the treatment of inflammatory bowel diseases (herbal therapy incl aloe, curcumin, EPO, silymarin, wormwood, chlorophyll; and mind/body therapies incl lifestyle modification, hypnotherapy, meditation, relaxation training, mindfulness, acupuncture); however, given the low number of trials and the heterogeneous methodological quality of trials, further in-depth research is necessary.

KEYWORDS: CAM; Crohn’s disease; Ulcerative colitis; complementary and alternative medicine; review