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Intestinal heat...or candida? Don't jump to conclusions (stress).
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Intestinal heat...or candida? Don't jump to conclusions (stress).

Candida may or may not be more common in digestion problems. The HEAT produced by the intestine during digestion is INTENSE. You don't feel the excessive heat because your abdominal wall is covering the intestine, but I used to have an inguinal hernia (groin), meaning there was a break/tare in the wall and my intestine was poking through the wall (it was HANGING into the groin area) and it added ALOT of heat in the groin area during digestion (which also prevented the hernia from healing, surgery...NOTHING, everyone in the world will say it's impossible to self heal an inguinal hernia).

So, the discomfort thought to be candida might just be the heat of bad digestion.

ANY extra weight that the body and muscles are unaccustomed to, will cause extra perspiration/sweat, exhaustion, and disrupt normal digestion. With normal hygiene, most of the odor will probably originate internally in the gut, but can also come from the feet (foot odor can travel up the pants leg), contributing to what may seem like candida in the groin area.

Unless you are lean and trim, it might be best to avoid hard to digest foods altogether.

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