What is Candida and What Causes It?

Candida is a short name used to describe Candida Albicans, which is yeast or fungus that is created by the body. It can be created in any area of the body that needs it, which is also true for bacteria, and any other kinds of bugs.

The medical term for candida/yeast overgrowth is “candidiasis,” which means “an overgrowth of candida albicans in the body.” Candida albicans is a single–celled fungus that belongs to the vegetable kingdom, similar to their “cousins” the molds that occur in foods and in all of Nature such as the soil or a compost heap of garbage. 

NOTE: Candida/fungi, bacteria, and all other kinds of bugs do not “cause” diseases as claimed, since they are created within the body and in all of Nature for very good purposes.

There are Five Primary Causes of ALL Failing Health, including the creation of bugs:

  1. Lack of the correct combination of nutrients that all humans need in order to be healthy — see Food Selection for Humans and Nutrients Required for Human Health and Healing.
  2. Lack of oxygen at a cellular level and/or the inability to utilize it.
  3. Accumulation of toxins, poisons, and natural waste products of the cells because of an inability of the body to detoxify like it should.
  4. Lowered vitality (energy) due to stress, shock, injury, emotional upsets, losses, relationship or financial worries, and being physically unhealthy.
  5. Poor “Nutritional Status” acquired from parents upon conception, i.e. nutritional deficiencies and/or imbalances that damage the sperm and/or egg (ovum). 

Mother Nature provides many ways of dealing with poor health, as it does in the environment, soil, plants, and all animals, which is called “homeostasis” which means:

  1. The ability of an organism or a cell to regulate it’s internal conditions, usually by a system of feedback and controls, in order to stabilize health and functioning.
  2. The ability of the body or a cell to seek and maintain a condition of stability and health within its internal environment when dealing with internal or external changes or influences.

In humans, homeostasis regulates body temperature in an effort to maintain a normal body temperature around 98.6°. For example, we sweat to cool off in hot weather, and we shiver to produce heat in cold weather. 

Homeostasis also ensures we have the energy necessary to act quickly and effectively to threats or danger by automatically switching over to our “fight/flight” nervous system.

Homeostasis is also involved when we do not consume nutrients needed for health, which means that the body must get the nutrients it needs to maintain it life from itself, called borrowing or robbing, i.e. protein from muscles, minerals from bones, etc. to ensure that vital organs like the heart can function properly.

Mother Nature was wise enough to provide our bodies with all of the resources, mechanisms, tools, feedback, etc. that are necessary in order to maintain our bodies’ homeostasis. This means that all diseases, symptoms, illnesses, malfunctioning organs, etc. that occur are evidence the body is utilizing it’s resources in order to maintain homeostasis. In other words, any changes the body makes are for its optimal survival, including the creation of bugs of any kind, such as bacteria, parasites, fungus (candida/yeast).

Many researchers and scientist throughout history have proved that germs, bacteria, fungus (including candida), cancer, etc. are the result of the poor condition of the body, and that the body itself creates them as needed. They proved the existence of a single micro–organism, or microbe, that is found everywhere in Nature, i.e. on rocks, plants, in soil, and in all animals and humans on Earth. Modern microscopes commonly used in the medical field today are not able to detect these microbes because they are too small. In order to see these microbes researchers who discovered them use special microscopes. For example, one researcher, Gaston Naessens, designed and built a microscope he called the “Somatoscope.”

Since these researchers existed at different times, they made their discoveries independent of each other, and this resulted in calling these tiny microbes by different names, including microzymas, protits, somatids, etc., but it is obvious they were all seeing the same “tiny dots” or “microbes”.

These microbes can be seen in human blood, emerging from red blood cells, and they can be seen changing into many different kinds of organisms. The ability to change into different forms is called “pleomorphism.” Pleomorphism means many forms; many or more (pleo–), forms or bodies (morph–), capable of changing from one type of organism into another. This is what modern scientists call mutation (changing) of bugs into antibiotic resistant forms.

Special microscopes showed such changes happening right before their eyes. [Note: Today’s live blood analysis can show similar details, but improperly prepared vein blood is used, and the results are totally mis–interpreted.] These researchers saw tiny microbes change into bacteria, and then the bacteria changed into fungus/yeast, and finally the fungus changed into cancer. Gaston Naessens called this tiny microbe a somatid (which means “tiny body”), and here is his diagram of the changes he saw happening in his microscope, called The Somatid Cycle of Life.

However, these changes not only take place inside our bodies, since they also occur everywhere in Nature, as this article on Cleaning Up Wastes states:

“Everything under the sun degrades, or breaks down, into different materials. Fallen leaves become compost, iron rusts, milk turns sour, and food rots. Just as light, heat, and moisture can degrade many materials, biotechnology relies on naturally occurring, living bacteria to perform similar functions. Some bacteria naturally breakdown chemicals and other wastes, including some hazardous materials because they produce digestive enzymes.Many scientists today are discovering the ability of bacteria and fungus to clean up the environment — here’s a couple of examples of their research:

  1. Chicken Manure Biodegrades Crude Oil In Contaminated Soil—Researchers in China have discovered that chicken manure [guano] can be used to biodegrade [break down] crude oil in contaminated soil. Writing in the International Journal of Environment and Pollution the team explains how bacteria in chicken manure [guano] break down 50% more crude oil than soil lacking the guano.
  2. Fungus Fights Air Pollution By Removing Sulfur From Crude Oil — Researchers in Iran are publishing what they describe as the first study on a fungus that can remove sulfur — a major source of air pollution — from crude oil more effectively than conventional refining methods.

The purpose of bacteria and fungus are to “clean up” garbage, toxins, waste, etc. found anywhere in Nature. As needed, they change into bacteria, and then into different kinds of bacteria, and into fungal forms like candida/yeast and cancer. To claim they are the “cause” of disease is like saying “flies cause manure piles,” or “firemen cause fires”.

To understand more about pleomorphism, see The Somatid Cycle of Life by Naessens, and look at live, moving and changing somatids (tiny mibrobes) in this video, Earth’s Tiniest Living Organisms: Somatids (Identify: Friend or Foe?).

Therefore, these researchers prove that the The Germ Theory of Disease is Not True. Theory means “to guess without having proof”. It is not a law like the Law of Gravity. The Law of Gravity is a law because it is consistent, repeatable, and observable, but the germ theory of disease is not consistent, repeatable, or observable.

Louis Pasteur is the author of the Germ Theory of Disease, yet he was proved to be a fraud and an impostor, who stole other researchers’ ideas and forced his beliefs on the medical community, as this article documents — You Cannot “Catch” Bugs, Germs, Bacteria or Candida/Fungi.

The Germ Theory of Disease claims that we can “catch” all kinds of fungi, bugs and germs. However, “IF that were true” we would ALL have ALL of the bugs/germs ALL of the time because they are everywhere! That means life on Earth could not have happened! It also means we could never get over a cold, flu, or any other illness “supposedly” caused by bugs/germs, since we would constantly be re-infecting ourselves.

When we are sick, it is we who suffer, and suffering is a cruel reality. However, the cause of our diseased condition is always within ourselves” according to Nature’s Fundamental Laws on Health and Living. Please note that the word "disease" means “not–at–ease”.

Pleomorphism also explains why germs mutate, changing into stronger ones that become resistant to antibiotic drugs, that the medical industry is always talking about. This also contradicts (opposes) their own belief in monomorphism, which means one (mono–) body or form of each kind of bug/germ. The truth is, any fungi, germs and bacteria can, and do, change into other forms, as proved by many reputable researchers, scientists and doctors since the early 1800s, including Antoine Béchamp, Gaston Naessens, Raymond Royal Rife, Gunther Enderlein, and others.

The“True” Causes of Candida/Yeast/Fungi, Bacteria, etc.

Therefore, the “true” cause of candida makes more sense, since the body itself creates candida/yeast in order to clean itself up, help heal damaged or injured areas, to digest indigestible food in the colon, and to eliminate, change, or neutralize toxins and poisons. This happens within each person’s body independent of anyone else or any outside influences or sources, which also disproves the “claim” that candida or other bugs are contagious!

It is like the manure pile and the flies, with the manure pile representing the poor condition of the body, and the flies representing bacteria, candida/fungus or cancer. The only way to get rid of the flies is to clean up the manure pile, i.e. improve the condition and health of the body so it is able to detoxify and heal itself like it should. The manure pile does not go away by killing off the flies, and the we also cannot kill off bacteria, candida or cancer that are created by our own bodies for good purposes. Instead we must get healthy so our bodies do not need to create candida, fungi, bacteria, bugs, etc.

Think about it: How can a disease, illness, symptom, malfunctioning organ, etc. cause itself? The poor condition of the body is the reason for all failing health, including candida/fungi, bacteria, viruses, cancer, etc.