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Why is YeastClear™ So Effective?

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YeastClear™ is a breakthrough proprietary blend that effectively combines the most powerful and extensively researched ingredients, giving you an all-in-one solution to get rid of yeast infections. Every single ingredient in YeastClear™ was hand-picked by a team of medical doctors and scientific researchers, based on clinical data and designed to help relieve infections and prevent future outbreaks, getting results more effectively than any other yeast infection supplement available.

YeastClear™ contains 11 tested ingredients that meet the strength and purity standards of the USP/NF (United States Pharmacopeia–National Formulary). Each ingredient was carefully researched and included based on clinical data. No other non-prescription solution comes close in terms of quality and purity of ingredients.

Recommended dose: Adults, for the first month take two (2) capsules daily, one (1) capsule in the morning and one (1) at night before bed as a dietary supplement. After the first month, take three (3) times daily: one (1) capsule in the morning, one (1) in the afternoon, and one (1) before bed.

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YeastClear™'s - Proprietary Blend of Ingredients:

    Bacillus coagulans is a beneficial bacteria, also referred to as a probiotic (living micro-organisms that provide health benefits for people who take them). A variety of studies demonstrate the benefits it holds for improving vaginal flora. What sets Bacillus coagulans apart is that it contains a natural 'protective shield', which enables it to survive the manufacturing process, as well as, various acids in the stomach.

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  5. Bacillus subtilis is commonly used in the production of a wide range of antibiotics and is a popular treatment for urinary tract infections and gastrointestinal problems. It is considered one of the strongest forms of healthy bacteria whose spores can survive extreme heat. It contains immune-stimulating qualities, as well as, antibacterial and antifungal elements.

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  10. Enterococcus faecium is a lactic acid producing, spherical, gram-positive bacterium, able to resist gastric acid. When taken orally, the bacteria travels to the small intestine where it works to balance the area's pH. In an acidic environment it reproduces itself rapidly which in turn forces other, harmful bacteria out creating an organic method to fight yeast infections allowing helpful flora that live in the intestine to flourish.

  11. Sisson, G.; Ayis, S.; Sherwood, RA.; Bjarnason, I. (Jul 2014). "Randomised clinical trial: A liquid multi-strain probiotic vs. placebo in the irritable bowel syndrome--a 12 week double-blind study.". Aliment Pharmacol Ther 40 (1): 51–62.
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  13. Bifidobacterium longum has a high tolerance for gastric acid and bile, and can survive well in the gastrointestinal tract to colonize easily and quickly. It represents a large proportion of the bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract and is an important organism involved in the maintenance and support of it. Bifidobacteria longum is a form of bacteria called lactic acid bacteria which is found in fermented or cultured foods like yogurt and cheese and is considered good or friendly bacteria. Our body relies on good bacteria to support a multitude of certain bodily functions including regulating the immune system as well as provide anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects.

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  17. Lactobacillus acidophilus is a naturally occurring substance in the human body found in the gastrointestinal system, the mouth and is a normal part of the vaginal microbiota. L. acidophilus produces acid which may help control the growth of the fungus Candida albicans, therefore reducing the chances of vaginal yeast infections. Although present naturally, it can be added when enough is not produced. Certain antibiotics, spermicides and contraceptive creams may destroy the natural L. acidophilus in the vagina, which leads to yeast infections, as such, supplementation is key in fighting such infections.

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  21. Fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS) can be extracted from fruits and vegetables such as bananas, asparagus and Jerusalem artichoke. FOS serves as a substrate for microflora in the large intestine, increasing the overall gastrointestinal tract health. May studies have been undertaken on FOS and found to be beneficial as an effective treatment for yeast infections. Some studies have documented that fructo-oligosaccharides, combined with inulin, promote the absorption of calcium in the gut which can nal microflora present in the lower gut can ferment FOS, which subsequently reduces the pH balance.

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  24. Undecylenic acid is produced by the cracking of castor oil under pressure and has been found to contain effective antifungal properties. It is a common ingredient used to treat fungal skin infections and has been shown to combat and inhibit the development of Candida albicans. Undecylenic acid is an effective antifungal agent to promote and maintain a healthy balance of intestinal and vaginal flora.

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  27. Vitamin C, or L-ascorbic acid, is an essential nutrient for humans and provides highly effective antioxidant properties. Vitamin C is thought to combat yeast infections in several ways by providing support for both the adrenal glands and the immune system to assist in regulating metabolism and blood sugar. Moreover, it boosts stomach acid to slow down the growth of candida and yeast infections.

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  31. Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) is a water-soluble B vitamin considered essential in the treatment of candida and yeast infections. An over-production of candida can also lead to thiamine deficiency as yeast uses thiamine in the first step of alcohol fermentation. Furthermore, certain bacteria known to live in the human small intestine and colon are known to produce enzymes that degrade thiamine in the digestive tract, which could become problematic if they overgrow. Deficiencies make the body susceptible to yeast infections and candida, therefore supplementation is important.

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  34. Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) There are certain infections that suggest a Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) deficiency may lead to candida overgrowth and yeast infections. Riboflavin is continuously excreted in the urine of healthy individuals making deficiency relatively common when dietary intake is insufficient.

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