New Nordic Dida. Dida is a natural product designed to inhibit the overgrowth of Candida. Dida is composed of highly effective plant extracts that are anti-fungal and anti-septic. Cinnamon oil, oregano, garlic, olive leaves are all known to be strong natural antifungal agents. Peppermint and fennel oils are calmative, while thyme and marigold are antiseptic. Exclusive all-in-one phototherapeutic composition which may help maintain a healthy micro-biological balance in the body - giving you a feeling of increased well-being and energy.
- Helps maintain a healthy micro balance
- Helps fight Candida albicans
- Aids irregular and painful digestion, reflux and flatulence
- Anti-fungi and carminative properties
- Increased well-being and energy
2 Tablets Contain:
Origanum heracleoticum (oregano) - 300mg
Olea europaea (olive leaves) - 200mg
Calendula officinalis (potmarigold) - 150mg
Thymus vulgaris (thyme) - 150mg
Elettaria cardamomum (cardamom) - 100mg
Eugenia caryophyllus (cloves) - 100mg
Allium sativum 5% alliin (garlic) - 67mg
Cinnamomum zeyl oil (cinnamom oil) - 10mg
Foeniculum vulgare oil (fennel oil) - 6mg
Mentha x Piperita oil (peppermint oil) - 6mg
Stabillisers (di-calcuimphosphate, tri-calcuimphosphate), anti-caking agents (talc, vegetable magnesium salts from fatty acids), Starch.
Does not contain:
salt, sugar, yeast, gluten, dairy products and soya. Manufactured without the use of preservatives, colour pigments or aromas of any kind.
Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
Suitable for diabetics.
Take 2 tablets daily in connection with a meal, taken with a glass of water, for a period of 45 days. Thereafter 1 tablet a day.
To maximize the benefits of Dida avoid eating simple sugars, yeast, mushrooms, dairy (lactose) and alcohol, while taking dida. Take a probiotic culture, especially at the end of the treatment of dida, to rebuild your intestinal flora.
Keep out of reach of children.
What is Candida?
Candida is a yeast-like parasitic fungus, which normally lives in equilibrium with bacteria in our intestinal and urinary membranes. Normally the fungus can live in equilibrium with bac-teria in the membranes of our intestines and urinary tract, but the Candida can multiply and begin to infiltrate other parts of the body, influencing our health.
How does Candida overgrowth affect me?
As the Candida fungus grows, it adheres to the tissues in the intestines and competes with the body`s cells for vital nutrients. Simultaneously Candida secretes a number of toxins and antigens, which in turn make the body strive to produce antibodies to cope with these, thus stimulating allergies, eczema etc.
The excessive growth of Candida burdens the body`s immune system and weakens its resis-tance. It is well documented that magnesium is drawn from the body`s cells when there is excessive growth of Candida. This can result in nervousness, tiredness and irritability.
What stimulates overgrowth of Candida?
Several external factors can stimulate Candida overgrowth. Antibiotics are well-known triggers. Stress, illness and certain medications, such as cortisone and painkillers, depress our immune system and creates a good environment for Candida overgrowth. Finally birth control pills, hormonal changes (during pregnancy), as well as diets high in simple sugars and yeast are causes of Candida overgrowth.
How do I recognize Candida overgrowth?
Candida is more likely to affect women between the ages of 15-50 years. 75% of all women will, at some time in their life, have an overgrowth of Candida, often without knowing it.
The symptoms are many and varied: Recurrent yeast infections, discharge or itching, bloating, digestive problems, allergies (especially of the respiratory tract), eczema and psoriasis, nervousness, depression, lack of memory and concentration, severe premenstrual symptoms, chronic fatigue, headaches and irritability, lack of libido and increased craving for sweets.
Information taken from the New Nordic website.
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