Frequently Asked Questions
Chester J. Zelasko, Ph.D. | April 19, 2005

Our newest FAQ is the reference booklet everyone needs. We examined the research again and came up with recommended supplements and lifestyle changes that complement treatment from your healthcare professional. This spiral-bound booklet:
  • Updates the supplementation programs for most of the conditions we covered in Answers To Frequently Asked Questions Volume 1 and Volume 2.
  • Adds new conditions such as Polycystic Ovary Syndrome and Erectile Dysfunction--43 conditions and diseases in all.
  • Lists the basic supplements and lifestyle changes all adults need.
  • Includes a section on the basic supplements and lifestyle changes teens need during their important growing and learning years.
  • And most importantly it’s easier to use!
For example, in the chapter on Candida, here are the lifestyle changes we advise:

Diet is very important in controlling yeast infections. Refined carbohydrates seem to feed yeast, so it may help to limit the refined carbohydrates in your diet such as white bread, rolls, bagels, and pasta, and to eat fewer products with refined sugar such as sweets, soda, and cookies. Instead, eat whole grain breads and cereals with high fiber content.

Eat fresh yogurt products every day. Select brands low in sugar that contain active cultures of Lactobacillus acidophilus. Yogurt can help support the digestive tract and bring yeast balance back to normal.

Eat foods high in fiber--try to total 25-40 grams of fiber every day from all sources. If necessary, use a sugar-free psyllium fiber product every day to supplement the fiber in the foods you eat.

Limit caffeine and alcohol intake.

Exercise regularly. It really is good for just about anything that ails you.

Control stress, which can compromise your immune system and make you more prone to infections.

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