Yeasts are unicellular fungi

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How does yeast in our body? Yeasts are unicellular fungi that everywhere on and in the body can occur. They are permanent residents of the skin, mouth, intestines and vagina. The process of fermentation occurs naturally in our bodies.
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Present intestinal bacteria keep the yeast and the fermentation in hand.
Yeast is a threat if the equilibrium is disturbed and the yeast gets a chance to form wires. Then one speaks of a fungus. A mold can feed on sugars, for example, in the intestines, and is rampant multiply. Fungi can even penetrate through the intestinal wall into the abdominal cavity and other organs.

Imbalance and risk of mold growth can occur with frequent use of antibiotics, a weakened immune system or parasites.

Fermentation Process
Fermentation is a fermentation process that can take place without oxygen. Chemically yeast makes sure that convert sugars into alcohol and carbon dioxide. Hence the breath of someone with a good yeast infection can smell alcohol.

The gas causes flatulence and other intestinal problems. In much carbon dioxide ensures that the bread will rise. This fermentation process is physiologically not the way for man to break down.

Carbohydrates The natural way of sugars / carbohydrates like humans digest it normally does, is different.


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