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Is Toenail Fungus Candida?

August 23, 2019

Thank you for checking out the video. You
may have seen some of my videos regarding Candida yeast infection, and a question I
ask you is have you completed my yeast infection quiz yet? It’s the world’s best online quiz
for Candida yeast infection determination whether you’ve got mild, moderate or severe,
so please go there right now if you haven’t done that, or
This frequently asked question today, is toenail fungus Candida? It’s a question I got asked
by a lady in America a few weeks ago, so I think I’ll reply to that question now.
Toenail fungus is Candida. It is a form of fungal or yeast infection. And another term
for toenail fungus is onychomycosis; try to remember that name. You probably see it on
some sites like WebMD or Mayo Clinic website, onychomycosis. Tinea unguium or tinea pedis,
so these are other terms we tend to use for toenail fungus.
Toenail fungus will commonly occur on one or more of your toenails. A clinical observation
I’ve got is you’ll often find it on the large toenail of the leading foot, so the leading
foot being the foot that you step off with. If you’re right handed, check out the large
right toenail carefully for little specks of discoloration of toenail. If you’re left
handed, check out your left large toe. I believe that it’s got to do with an increasing blood
supply to this toe because it’s more active because you’re stepping off with it and using
that foot a little bit ahead of the other foot. It may seem like crazy logic to medical
doctors, but that’s just my clinical observation. Many people have got toenail fungus. It’s
a very common condition. In fact, so common, people tend to ignore it and they don’t think
it’s a problem. I think it is a problem. It’s a bit like rust in a car. Once it sets in
small areas, sometimes people tend to forget about it, but eventually it spreads and gets
bigger and bigger until sometimes it’s irreparable. So make sure you get onto small things before
they become big things in life. Whether it’s an argument with somebody or a debt you owe
or toenail fungus, if it’s small, it’s easy to treat, so get onto these things first.
So tea tree oil is a very, very good way to treat, Australian tea tree oil. Just a drop
of oil on the toenail once per day, but make sure that you follow my Candida Crusher diet
and read my book to get a good understanding on how to tackle the “beast called yeast.”
Thanks for tuning in.


  • Reply Wendy The Runt April 25, 2016 at 10:09 pm

    HI Eric, Miss Runt checking in again. You know I think it would be really nice to hear your personal story of over coming candida and brain fog. I only know of you briefly mentioning it in other vids e.g. doctors telling you it was psychological etc. I myself have been told this many times… it's shocking. I think it would uplift a lot of people to hear your story.

    P.s. thanks again for the vids. I'm becoming more and more convinced that I have some type of gut yeast/fungal infection.

  • Reply Decowood October 14, 2016 at 11:14 am

    Very enlightening information, thanks Eric.

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  • Reply J Four January 26, 2019 at 3:55 am

    Thank you for putting out this info if the infection is in the nail bed should you still apply it to the surface of the nail?

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