Can you treat or stop toe nail fungus? I mean, really, once and for all? I’m tired of fighting this.
The OTC topical creams really do work, so use that as needed. But, don’t stop there.
Dig deeper to determine if you have yeast or fungus inside of your body that is exacerbated by moisture in your shoes or socks. And go ahead and throw away old shoes and socks, too.
Most medical doctors don’t test for yeast, but you can typically tell if yeast/Candida is present if you have toe fungus, an itchy crotch, skin rashes, or yeast infections.
The various Candida cleanses and Candida eating programs are harmless if you don’t have yeast present, but if you do have it, you’ll know pretty quickly because it will stir up the yeast and you’ll have an itchy reaction.
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This may be your signal that there is a deeper issue brewing. Investigate Candida (yeast) in old books or on the web, and see if any symptoms ring true for you.
Treat this both internally and externally – one leads to the other in reference to the cause and the cure.
Between using the topical creams, detoxing for yeast or fungus, and pitching out old shoes and socks, you should be able to get rid of toe fungus.
Acidic Foods And pH
It’s a good idea to check your body pH at this time. You might be too acidic, which is a perfect environment for fungus and yeast to grow.
Avoid eating foods, like sugary foods, that turn acidic, and definitely avoid drinking yeasty-drinks, like beer. This will only feed the yeast or fungus.
Remember not to stop this protocol until you know that all the fungus is gone or it will come back with heat and moisture.
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