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A lot of diets to lose weight are built only observing the calorie calculation of a person, and it' wrong. Infact  usually the "diets to lose weight" , they fail , 'cause after a first period You'll lose your weight, there will be a gradual and regular increase . 

Instead, the most important thing is the individual balance . Infact if you eat something in according with  your Ayurvedic Medicine constitution, it will be possible to find the ideal weight.

Have you ever been guest of  a dinner  and eat a lot of things, but at the end you're ?

That means you have eat something is not in according with your constitution.

Infact if you eat correct food, you'll be satisfact .

It important to find an health psycophisical together with  the lose of  weight, that's mean the balance.

For to do this we must first begin to eliminate toxins that have accumulated during the life inside the body. Then we can feed is following the dictates of  Ayurvedic Medicine, is the most modern knowledge of Western medicine.

Infect when there is a little obesity, it's possible there is Candida albicans in little intestine.

Usually Candida Albicans  live  in a vaginal atmosphere, because  Ph is acid here (5.0 - 4.0). In truth the "true home"  of Candida is the little intestine  mucous; localization can be considered a "beach house", coetaneous localization (presence of fungus spots  when you are exposed to sun) can represent the "mountain house",  or "Thrush" in mouth cavity, the "lake house"

Usually Candida Albicans accompanies the healthy individual life, that's a saprophyte. This fungus rise very much causing remarkable problems for the subjects health. When the immune systems efficiency  (the first physician or the second one) reduces due to the presence of the endogenous  and exogenous toxin, candida increase. 

For Exaple: image to watch a healthy wood, after a big rain it' possible to see some mushrooms in the underwood. So the mushrooms don't be too  much. If You watch a tree with a lot af mushrooms, that will means the tree is not healthy. The same is for a person, but Candida is smaller. 

How ever there is a decreasing of imunitary defences.

In a particular way this is evidenced after an antibiotic therapy, or cortisones, in the diabetes, during the assumption of an oral contra conceptive, or of drugs that act on the central nervous system (tranquillizers, sleeping pills), or also if you use  ant ulcerous drugs (cimetidina, antacids), or in pregnancy too.

Candida infection lives in all the people who suffer of psychosomatic pathologies. Remember that those toxins can modify your thoughts. Have you ever wish very much Pane, Pasta, Pizza, Potatoes (call by ENZO DI MAIO M.D. "Four P"), Sweet or Sugar? If yes, that's not your body asking for them but Candida is. It feeds itself of simple carbohydrates (sugar) and when it needs them it sends some toxins to your brain to make you eat. After about fifteen minutes its lunch will be over and what it sends some more toxins to your brain to make you stop eating You will feel your stomach bloated  so you will think "but what did I eat? I've just had a small piece of bread or a small piece of cake..."

This particular greed for simple sugars is mediated and motivated from the 79 toxins that monilia introduce in the emetic circle, which acts on the CNS (central nervous system) modifying the involved subject thought. It is  comprehensible why Candida infection  is  responsible of the chronic fatigue syndrome from, of the hyperactivity, the depression, the anxiety, of the bulimia, of the anorexia.

Between "stress" pathologies or anxiety somatization in the human digestive system, there are the gastritis, syndrome of the irritable colon, constipation, diarrhea, they really are due to pathological candida presence of the little intestine and they should be treated.

From about 20 years  in the international scientific literature there are many evidences  that also dermatological pathologies, seborrhoic dermatitis and psoriasis are connected to candida. (see bibliography).

In the last twenty years it's obvious   the enormous increase of the subject affected from allergies. Also the number of  people shoot by alimentary intolerance has been increased too. These thing are in relation to the modification that the candida induces on the answers of the immune system (primary and/or secondary) and to the modifications of the permeability of the little intestine mucous, than the yeast provoke in their internal localization.

The remarkable development of  candida albicans syndrome ( Chronic  Candidiasis Syndrome or Candida Related Complex) is referred to the technological food and the massive abuse of product derivate from the grain.

We have many garrisons to diagnose the disease, like the search of specific antibodies for candida in blood, the direct search of candida in feces, urines or the  vaginal or penis liquid, however it turns out of remarkable aid, it is for statistics and for the study of the correlated symptom, the use of studied questionnaires.

The following it wants to be an divulgate  and informative exposition about existent therapeutic methodical, or that I know. It must not to be use for an auto medicine. How ever it's not enough to eliminate only the  "Four P" of Enzo DI MAIO M.D., if you eliminate those ones, without a correct diet studied on the person , candida after some days will send some neurotrasmettitori to the brain, and you'll eat too much of one or all of those. The result will be negative. So to recover it has to be done the General Approach.

To find the balance lost it'will be possible to do the GENERAL APPROACH, it  comprise  an alimentary and not alimentary speech.


If you'd like to elaborate a correct diet for obesity or increase of weight, for all the people it's necessary establish the individual constitution with the constitution test.  

It' s very important, diet has to take a decrease in fatty tissue (fat) and an increase, relative or absolute, of muscle mass. Only by this way it's possible to lose weight in  healthy way.

It's a diet studied specially for one person, so You'll not be hungry.


To notice that alimentary and not alimentary speech  must be used together.

  1. Detoxification : this can be actuated with the vegetable purgative . It's important to start the therapy with the detoxification, because it's possible to eliminate  not digested material in the intestine, that provoke  toxin formation.
  2. Supplements: image to watch a car with the unloaded battery. You can push it by oneself, but if You have some friends who can help You , it's better. The "Supplement" are these friends who help You to push the car , so it will be easly turn on the immunitary defences. One time found the balance, You can mantein Your health and Your correct weight with a correct diet studied for You. Here some of these supplements. There are  someone else for other problems .

    Minerals: Calcioum, Magnesium, Iron, Manganese, Zinc and Copper in balanced batching

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    Vitamin D: remodulative of inmune system,with accurate batching
    Vitamin A: reparative, as immunostimulant
    Omega 3 and Omega 6 natural and balanced: powerful antioxidants, be taken three times daily
    Vitamin E: antioxidant, to strengthen the immune system
    Vitamins of group B: as immunostimulant, without yeasts and without Vitamin B12
    (Vit. B12 increase Candida)
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  3. Physical Exercise : this has to be  practiced regularly, for several reasons. It favors the elimination of toxins through the sweat and it contributes to regularize the intestinal motility. 
  4. Meditation: this practical too have to be done regularly, twenty or thirty minute for day.
  5. Alimentary Intolerance : if the Candida Infection  is chronic (Chronic Candida Syndrome or CCS) it's probability because of the  presence of  alimentary intolerance, favorite intolerance from the alterations that this yeast creates to level of the mucous of the tenuous intestine.
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  7. Sclerosing Injections: It can take part of this tratment because when has obtained pleasing body shapes, some time appear the desire to delete also eventually pre-existing teleangectasie (capillaries). With this technique, well done, disappear every teleangectasie existing on where ever part of body for ever and only in one session.
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