Having toenail fungus uncontrollably swarming in your body is something that you shouldn’t ignore.
Because a mere toenail fungus is not an insignificant infection that will just go away on its own.
In fact, it’s in it for the long haul.
And it’s a clear indication that your body has been invaded by these tiny microscopic terrorists that do much more than just destroy your toenails.
There are, indeed, too many ways through which your toenail fungus can take a toll on your health.
And they comprise a laundry list ranging from…
- bad breath
- skin and nail fungal infections such as athlete’s foot, ringworm, eczema, psoriasis, hives, rashes, and toenail fungus
- digestive problems such as bloating, constipation, or diarrhea
- brain fog, difficulty concentrating, poor memory, lack of focus
- seasonal allergies
- strong sugar cravings
But this last item on the list is, in fact where I wanted to get.
You see, having toenail fungus is a warning that the fungus has taken over your entire body.
And when this multiplies like rabbits, it leads to something called fungus overgrowth, which feeds on and constantly craves…
You guessed it, sugar.
So in turn, you crave sugar.
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But this easy to overlook fact is sending you important signals and telling you that your health may be endangered.
So now the most important step that you should be taking next is…
Eliminating The Problem Foods That Your Fungus Feeds On
And as you’re about to see, there are a few foods, which you would have never thought have a high sugar content.
You see, the more of these foods you consume, the more the fungus overgrowth in your body will thrive and flourish.
And the more you’ll begin experiencing the visible and not so visible, nasty symptoms of fungus overgrowth.
So Here’s What You Should Be Staying Away From
- starchy fruits and vegetables like bananas, carrots, corn, peas, plantains, radishes, beets, winter squashes, sweet potatoes, and white potatoes, contribute to high sugar levels in your body and feed the fungus
- white flour, yeast, and alcohol (yep, there is a high sugar content in alcohol, too) – are also top offenders which help the fungal overgrowth
- sugar – scientists discovered that sugar is 8 times more addictive than cocaine, so the more you eat, the more you’ll want to eat.
The best way to let go of sugar is by just going cold-turkey on it. And in less than 2 days, you’ll feel like a completely new and better version of yourself.
So why am I going to such extremes to help you eliminate sugar from your diet?
Because unless you let go of this sugar addiction – which feeds your fungus infection and worsens your toenail fungus, chances are you might end up in the hospital.
So, what are your thoughts about this?
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To your health!