What is Candida?
Candida is a genus of yeasts and is the most common cause of fungal infections worldwide. Many species are harmless commensals (Candida albicans is both a successful commensal and pathogen of humans that can infect a broad range of body sites. The transition from commensalism to parasitism requires a susceptible host but it is also an active process.) or endosymbionts (most of these live in insects) of hosts including humans; however, when mucosal barriers are disrupted or the immune system is compromised they can invade and cause disease. Candida albicans is the most commonly isolated species, and can cause infections (Oral Candidiasis coats the tongue and called thrush) in humans and other animals. In wine making, some species of Candida can potentially spoil wines. from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Candida_%28fungus%29
Cancer is a Fungus. Candida albicans (Fungus) are a species found in gut flora, in mammalian hosts, whereas others live as endosymbionts in insect hosts. In the stomach Candida albicans maybe kept under control by the activity of a certain type of bacteria – Lactobacillus and acidophilus and a good diet of organic raw foods.
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