candida-spit-test.jpgThe Candida Spit Test is a simple way to see if your body could be battling troublesome candida overgrowth which suppresses your immune system, increases your toxic load and can even hold you back from losing weight.

What’s Candida? Naturally occurring yeast in your body that is theoretically kept in check by good bacteria – but unfortunately, we kill off the good guys all the time… especially when we overconsume SUGAR! (Or alcohol, coffee, processed foods, or take antibiotics or birth control pills… sound like anyone you know?!?!?)

Why Should You Care? Candida overgrowth can be super, super tricky to pinpoint as the root cause of irritating, painful and troublesome symptoms. Part of the problem is that it can look different in different people, but bottom line for everyone with candida overgrowth is that the Yeasty Beasties are suppressing your immune system and creating more toxicity that overburdens your beautiful bod.

Experts estimate that up to 70% of people suffer from candida overgrowth! 

Common Symptoms of Candida Overgrowth: 
“¢ Brain fog, cravings for sweets, persistent fatigue, headaches
“¢ Gas and bloating, indigestion, constipation, diarrhea, hemorrhoids, itchy anus
“¢ Recurring yeast infections, jock itch
“¢ Low immune function, frequent colds and flu
“¢ Itchy eyes, ringing in ears, recurring ear infections
“¢ and more”¦

Take the Candida Spit Test:

First thing in the morning (before you’ve drank anything or put anything in your mouth), build up saliva in your mouth and spit into a glass of water. Now watch what happens. Or
take a picture and send it to us! We’ll help you decode the results.

If you see “legs” (may look like a jellyfish or spider) extending down into the water,
suspended “cloudy” specks in the middle of the glass, or it looks cloudy at the bottom, you likely have candida overgrowth.

Don’t freak out if your spit test results suggest you’ve got Candida overgrowth. Give us a shout and we’ll tell you what to do: send us an email to or call us at (925) 280-4442

image source: National Candida Center