Your children are an important part of your life and their future health and welfare is in your hands. If you know how to help them achieve good health, their success and happiness in life can be increased substantially.
Many children's health problems and concerns can be associated with a possible yeast infection passed on at birth and aggravated by a lack of the friendly flora. Conditions like yeast toxemia, colic, gas, digestive problems, some types of diaper rash, runny nose, colds, frequent infections, poor sleep patterns, ear infections, hyperactivity, attention deficit, poor development with little weight gain, along with many other classic childhood health problems, can be related to a lack of friendly bacteria.
The pleasure of eating food for taste only, without reference to the damage it may cause the body, has a very high price.
Naturally, you are going to do whatever is necessary to make sure they are given the care they need. Sometimes, that is a problem and you may not know you are contributing to a longer-term health issue. Consider when take your child to the doctor to be treated for a cold or infection; the doctor may prescribe antibiotics and this, in turn, destroys more of the friendly bacteria, making the yeast infection worse! The antibiotic may have wiped out the infection, but in the process, actually weakened the immune system even more, making your children more susceptible to future colds, asthma, allergies and a host of other types of conditions and infections.
It is important that you re-implant the friendly bacteria immediately after giving the antibiotic so you can prevent or minimize a potential yeast overgrowth. You must rebuild your child's culture populations for continued protection.
The friendly bacteria will guard against, and help destroy, yeast and negative bacteria, improve the functions of the liver, glands, kidneys, brain, immune system, and other integral areas of the body.
Friendly Bacteria in the digestive system is necessary for physical growth and development along with protection from other organisms and yeasts. They are absolutely necessary for good digestion, absorption and elimination. Healthy amounts of cultures promote better health and helps ward off many of those aliments and infections that most children seem to contract.
Awareness Creates the Need for Change
Some children are so lacking in the flora and eat so much white sugar products, that they can develop “Candidiasis” at an early age.
The other major contributing factor is bad diet, fast foods, chemicals in foods and a strong acidic condition that comes from a lack of fruits and vegetables. The only alkalinizing substances in the typical American diet is fruits and vegetables. We all should be eating more fruits and vegetables than we do. It is easy to understand that good eating habits start early. Common sense tells usthat the food you serve in your home is forming the dietary habits that your children will emulate when they get older.
The pleasure of eating food for taste only, without reference to the damage it may cause the body, has a very high price. Food either gives you energy or it takes it away. If you know what foods give energy and which ones destroy or reduce energy, then you will know how to choose the proper foods that will sustain your health. It is that simple.
The bottom line is this: You are in control of the health patterns and eating habits of your children. The more you learn about the problems associated with poor nutrition and the buildup of Candida Yeast, the path to better health for you and the rest of your family is clear: It’s time to make a change. It’s time to ensure that your children get the best head-start in their lives as you can … beginning with good eating practices.