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Candidiasis and Gout

By August 28, 2022No Comments3 min read

Increased levels of uric acid, inflammation, and a variety of other symptoms can all be caused by a candida yeast overgrowth in the body. In actuality, the signs of chronic inflammation are strikingly similar to those of a complex associated to Candida. Both conditions share common symptoms such as exhaustion, allergies, joint discomfort, and digestive issues. We have a terrible tendency of analyzing problems individually when the strong connections between Candida yeast overgrowth and gout may actually be treated jointly.

Various issues might arise when harmful substances reach the bloodstream. Acetaldehyde, ammonia, and uric acid, which are metabolites of Candida, are not an exception. Our bodies have an amazing method of defending against these invaders, which can be beneficial or destructive. The primary mechanism by which your body heals itself after suffering an injury, an illness, or in this situation, when harmful microbes enter your body, is the inflammatory response.

Many only associate the vaginal infections caused by the candida yeast in women. But yeast can also be present on the skin, in the intestines, and in the mouth. It can result in candidiasis, an infection that develops when it starts to grow out of control. Candida levels are controlled by the good microorganisms present in our bodies. However, when “good” bacteria levels are low (which is rather common), the immune system is weakened, which can lead to an excess of both yeast and uric acid. Similar risk factors that can result in candida’s overproduction to uric acid include:

  • Antibiotic use
  • A diet high in sugar and refined carbs
  • Excessive alcohol intake
  • Compromised immune system
  • Prescription medications
  • Diabetes
  • Stress


If enough uric acid and fungus are allowed to grow, they can damage important organs and result in fatal complications. Your health depends on battling candidiasis and excessive uric acid, which fortunately may be treated in the same way.

The balance of our “good” and “bad” bacteria in the body is greatly influenced by what we eat, how much stress we are under, how much alcohol we take, etc. Our gut tract is home to around 80% of our immune system. A few items can make a significant contribution to this crucial balance.

Allicin, an antifungal compound found in garlic, may also enhance glutathione-related enzymes that help the body detoxify.

Coconut oil: Coconut oil contains a lot of lauric acid, which has been demonstrated in numerous test-tube studies to fight Candida infections and has been used by gout patients to reduce pain and swelling.

Curcumin: According to studies, curcumin (also known as turmeric) may kill Candida yeasts or at the very least restrict their proliferation. The spice may be helpful in treating a number of ailments since it has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.

Probiotics: Probiotics like Lactobacillus may inhibit the growth of Candida and offer infection protection. Acne, eczema, psoriasis, migraines, allergies, gout, rheumatoid and arthritic disorders, candidiasis, cystitis, colitis, irritable bowel syndrome, Crohn’s disease, and even some types of cancer are frequently treated with probiotic therapy.