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Fungal infections of the skin are very common for candida sufferers. Not only do skin reactions involve fungal infections, bacteria, etc. but they can also appear when the body detoxifies candida, and other toxins. Getting rid of toxins through the skin is one of the best ways because it helps protect vital inner organs. These reactions include many different kinds of skin eruptions and rashes, including rosacea.

Fungal infections of the skin are caused by a depressed immune system and/or a lack of adequate blood circulation, inadequate oxygen in the blood and a lack of or imbalance in nutrients. This primarily occurs in diseases such as diabetes, and heart disease, but it also occurs in many other disease conditions, including candida and candida-related diseases.

Fungal infections of the skin are usually accompanied by candida overgrowth in other areas of the body, mainly in the intestinal tract. Like other evidence of candida overgrowth in the body, i.e. thrush in the mouth, vaginal yeast, jock itch, brain fog, and so on. It is a definite sign of more serious problems caused by a weakened immune system and an overload of toxins.

Ordinarily healthy skin secretes acid on its surface. This acid layer is necessary for the health and integrity of the skin, which also acts as a protective barrier.

However through malnutrition, constant showers and bathing, soap and lotion that remove the acid layer, toxins, poor blood circulation, low oxygen levels in the blood, etc. the health of the skin is compromised leaving it more vulnerable to fungal overgrowth.

Fungal infections of the skin can be treated directly, and even though it will provide some measure of comfort and relief of the symptoms, it will cannot be totally eradicated until the immune system is functioning normally.

This is only accomplished by the diet plus supplements, antifungals and probiotics. True healing only occurs with proper nutrition and elimination of toxins.

The symptoms and appearances of a fungal skin infection depend on the type of fungus causing it and the part of the body affected.

Rashes may have a variety of appearances. Some are red, scaly and itchy, whereas others can produce a fine scale similar to dry skin. The site of infection may be just one area of the body, or there may be several infected areas.

Fungal infections of the scalp or beard can lead to hair loss. Fungal rashes can sometimes be confused with other skin conditions, such as psoriasis and eczema, which are also very common in candida sufferers.

Causes of Rosacea

Rosacea is thought to be a hereditary, chronic skin disorder that most often affects the nose, forehead, cheekbones, and chin. In its beginning stages this common skin disease, which causes subtle redness in the center of the face, may come and go on its own.

But, left untreated, Rosacea may develop into inflammation, accompanied by skin eruptions, and may gradually become chronic (long-term). About half of Rosacea sufferers also complain of symptoms with their eyes, also known as Ocular Rosacea – see Eye Treatments.

Rosacea is extremely common among candida sufferers, and while the medical community and most Rosacea Groups believe it is hereditary, or it has other causal factors, there has also been speculation that it is actually a fungal infection.

Inherited Nutritional Status Versus DNA Theories – Many people are unfortunate enough to inherit a very poor "nutritional status" from their parents, which occurs upon conception.

In fact "nutritional status" is what is passed down generation after generation, and it is the "root cause" of similar health problems and diseases that occur, or run, in families. Such tendencies towards certain diseases and conditions are inherited by a lack of adequate nutrition.

Of course, this is not what "Big Science," the medical and drug industries want us to believe. They want us to believe we are born with certain DNAs, or genes, that cause health problems, and that you cannot do anything about it.

That is not true. You can do something about it. They want you to believe the myths and lies so they can make tons of money correcting your health problems with drugs, surgery and other medical treatments and interventions that do more damage than good.

They do not want you to know you can do something about your "nutritional status" and take charge of your own health.

The fact is DNA and RNA in the body’s cells can be influenced and changed by correcting nutritional deficiencies, and by eliminating toxins. In other words, DNA is not set in stone.

It is not a "set blueprint" of life. As Albert Einstein put it, "The theory determines what you can see." There is a great deal of deeply imbedded fallacy in the DNA theory which stops us from seeing the truth. The one thing "Big Science" does better than anything else, is ignore scientific evidence.

Changing your nutritional status can take a few years, but it is so little time compared to the rest of your life, and the lives of your future children and future generations.

The more you do to enhance your nutritional status before having children, the better health your children, grandchildren and future generations will have – see DNA theories, fallacies & inaccuracies. The best reference that debunks the hereditary theory is Dr. Weston A. Price’s book Nutrition and Physical Degeneration, Chapter 18, Prenatal nutritional deformities and disease types, by Dr. Weston A. Price — buy his book at Amazon.com.

Rosacea Treatments

No matter what causes Rosacea many people have been successful curing it by doing Bee’s Candida Program; How to Successfully Overcome Candida

In addition to diet and supplements, the most effective direct treatment is the frequent application of coconut oil and or cod liver oil (or a combination), and to eliminate the use of soap or lotion on the affected areas.

To clean and moisturize the face also use coconut oil. The quality of coconut oil should be the same as you take internally, i.e. unrefined, undeoderized, unbleached and expeller or cold–pressed – see Coconut Oil.


  1. Fungal Skin Infections
  2. Rosacea Facts & Questions.
  3. Nutrition and Physical Degeneration, by Dr. Weston A. Price — buy his book at Amazon.com.
  4. DNA theories, fallacies, and inaccuracies.
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