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Do Heavy Metals Cause Candida ?

August 12, 2019

Hi, Erik Bakker again with Candida Crusher.
Another FAQ for you here. Do heavy metals cause a yeast infection? Well, not directly, but like many other toxins,
heavy metals such as arsenic, cadmium, mercury, lead, tin, aluminum will certainly cause problems
with your immune system. They can suppress the immune system and create problems on many
different levels inside your body. When this occurs, it can often lead to opportunistic
infectious disease, including a yeast infection. There is certainly evidence which makes us
believe that mercury, particularly methyl mercury which is secreted by your mercury
amalgam fillings, has an effect on yeast in the digestive system, particularly in the
bowel. So we have seen a connection with people with
mercury fillings and yeast infections, particularly people that don’t recover well, and I was
one of those people back in the mid-80s. After having 30 amalgam fillings removed and replaced
with new fillings, my health took a turn for the worse and I’ve certainly seen this with
many patients who’ve had dental restoration; they’ve had a major aggravation of a gut problem
or a yeast infection. So there is a connection between mercury and Candida. So, do heavy metals cause Candida? Not directly,
but indirectly they do. And if you’re concerned, do see your health care professional for some
heavy metal testing. Thank you.


  • Reply Portgas D Ace July 2, 2016 at 3:02 am

    i will be going to test for my dental materials because i have this thing call morgellon and my P said i was often time cause by dental material or an other toxin,i was surprise because i have the white filing in composite they told me all white filing were not OK …

  • Reply Lam Ber March 16, 2017 at 8:17 pm

    What about having mercury in the tissues (just got the results of my hair test) but no mercury fillings in the mouth? What do you suggest in that case in order to get rid of mercury ?

  • Reply Candida Crusher December 20, 2017 at 10:18 pm

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  • Reply Alexandra Vega February 13, 2019 at 11:15 pm

    what about arsenic prescribed for my dermatitis?

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