Yeast Deficiency Disease
is a disease that is caused by the deficiency of Vitamin B complex.
VitaminB1 or Thiamine:
This vitamin is synthesized by yeast cells and animal tissues. The primary sources are meat, cereals, peanuts, yeast, etc. Grains should be milled appropriately to remove the husk before cooking, as this reduces its nutritional value.
Vitamin B1 is destroyed by storage, milling, and cooking process may even result in a deficiency disease known as beriberi(this deficiency was first observed from those crew members who consumed polished rice).
But now, thiaminase has been used as a food additive to maintain a high thiamin content in polished rice. This enzyme acts as the destroyer of thiamin and has been used all over the world.
Thiamine deficiency causes:
Symptoms of Thiamine Deficiency Disease:
Beri-beri is a form of polyneuritis that results from insufficient vitamin B1(thiamin) intake or its lack of tissues. The disease occurs when there is an inadequate supply of thiamin in the diet. Therefore doctors recommend a good amount of thiamin in daily food.
The primary symptoms are:
Gastrointestinal Symptoms Gastric disturbances with anorexia, nausea, and vomiting may occur early, followed by diarrhea with abdominal discomfort later on. These gastrointestinal problems arise due to gastric atony and intestinal paralysis resulting from degeneration of the autonomic nervous system.
Ataxia is a symptom of thiamin deficiency disease in which a person has a loss of balance and coordination due to the damage caused to the cerebellum of the brain. Other forms of neurological problems can also develop, such as amnesia, personality change, etc.
Cardiac Symptoms, A sudden fast heartbeat known as Tachycardia, may be seen, an early sign of cardiac degeneration. The heartbeat(pulse) rate will increase even with minimum activity and at rest because of irregularity in heartbeats.
Vitamin B2 or Riboflavin:
This vitamin was formerly known as lactoferrin because its chemical structure is similar to that of lactoferrin. Animal tissues and yeasts synthesize it. Milk, liver, green vegetables, legumes, peanuts are good sources of Vitamin B2.
Riboflavin deficiency symptoms:
There are countless symptoms of riboflavin deficiency diseaserangingge from mild to severe with variable symptoms in different individuals. The most common symptoms include:-
Erythema or redness of the skin due to increased vascularity
Conjunctivitis or inflammation of the conjunctiva (membranes around the eyes)
Angular stomatitis(inflammation at an angle of the mouth)
Neuritis(inflammation of nerves) with a burning sensation in the toes
Hemorrhage(bleeding) with a purplish coloration of the skin
Ulcerations on the skin and mucous membrane.
Vitamin B6 or Pyridoxine:
This vitamin has been named pyridoxine because its chemical structure is similar to that of pyridoxal phosphate. Most organisms synthesize vitamin b6, but yeast cells are rich in this vitamin. Liver, meat, nuts, legumes, whole grains are good sources of Vitamin B6. This vitamin is required for protein metabolism and hemoglobin synthesis.
Dietary deficiency does not occur in humans except those who do not consume food items with high protein content. Vitamin B6 is also involved in carbohydrate, fat, and amino acid metabolism.
Pyridoxine deficiency symptoms:
Symptoms of pyridoxine deficiency are relatively rare but may include:-
Neuritis(inflammation of nerves) with a burning sensation in the toes
Conjunctivitis or inflammation of the conjunctiva (membranes around the eyes).
Vitamin B12 or Cobalamin:
It was initially referred to as an antipernicious anemia factor because it prevents pernicious anemia associated with vitamin b12 deficiency. Vitamin B12 can be found mostly in animal products such as meat, liver, eggs, etc. In addition, some good sources of Vitamin B12 are fortified cereals, liver, heart, shellfish, etc.
Yeast deficiency symptoms:
-the phenomenon of ‘yeast’ in the intestine is relatively standard.
The enzyme deficiency enzyme in the stomach causes vaginal candidiasis, oral yeast infection due to overeating sugar, and other foods that can cause intestinal yeast overgrowth.
-intestinal yeast fungus Candida albicans, both yeasts and bacteria staple food for them are sugars. They can be divided into two groups: -extracellular (external) appetite inside the body, such as glucose (sugar), sucrose (cane sugar), fructose (fruit sugar), and dextrose (corn syrup); -intracellular (internal) appetite outside the body, including glycogen (animal starch). The latter kind, when they reach their maximum storage capacity, will die.
-intestinal yeast infection is the most common form of Candida overgrowth. There are four types: -Perle (thrush), oral or vaginal; -vaginal candidiasis vulvovaginal; this condition develops slowly and may not cause any symptoms because it usually Candida albicans to other genital tract infections.
Which vitamin deficiency causes fungal infection:
-vitamin A deficiency can cause gastrointestinal Candida albicans overgrowth, causing increased intestinal yeast infections.
-reduced levels of vitamin B1, B2, or niacin are also common causes of bowel fungal infection. To maintain the health of yeast cells in the intestine requires 25 milligrams daily vitamin B complex. Without this amount, not only will it decrease your appetite, but your immune system will be damaged, so you will have a greater chance to eat foods containing yeast fungus.
-the lack of vitamin C is also an essential factor affecting intestinal candidiasis by reducing immunity and increasing the susceptibility to develop oral or vaginal thrush (candidiasis). In addition, vitamin deficiencies can lead to childhood diseases like measles, mumps, and chickenpox.
-a lack of vitamin D can lead to bowel yeast infections by reducing immunity. In addition, vitamin deficiencies can affect diseases in children like measles, mumps, and chickenpox.
-vitamin E deficiency also causes intestinal candidiasis. When the fat is not digested in the small intestine into two absorbed molecules, it will be stored in the liver and gallbladder or overflow into the gastrointestinal tract with stools (poop).
-deficiencies in essential fatty acids – omega six and omega-three types of dietary fats, including linoleic acid (omega 6) also cause fungal overgrowth because they are broken down in the intestines by lipase, enzymes made up of Candida albicans, and other yeasts proliferate and reduce immunity.
-the lack of zinc, selenium, and magnesium is another cause of intestinal yeast overgrowth.
-malabsorption syndrome leads to malnutrition that reduces the immune system and increases the risk of fungi like Candida albicans infection or gastrointestinal thrush (candidiasis).
-fatty acid deficiency in children may be caused by poor digestion problems, including Crohn’s disease, cystic fibrosis, celiac sprue diseases, chronic pancreatitis, liver disease, or trauma surgery.
In particular, studies have shown high levels of candida species in infants with celiac sprue disease intestinal mucosal damage due to gluten intolerance. In addition, these infants were more susceptible to bowel fungal infections because they lacked digestive enzymes, including lactase, to break down milk sugar (lactose).
-intestinal yeast infection can also be caused by iodine deficiency, causing damage to the intestinal lining and increasing the risk of bowel infections. How Grains And Fruits Intestinal Yeast Infected
Fungus Candida albicans is one of the most common yeasts that live in the human digestive tract microflora (intestinal flora) plays an essential role in helping process food, breaking down certain nutrients.
They are known as beneficial fungi because they produce substances that give health benefits to humans, such as B vitamins that boost immunity; enzymes that help digestion; hormones needed for cell growth; and acids that reduce inflammation.
Under normal conditions, fungus Candida exists only in small numbers (invisible). But when there is a disruption in your immune system (due to stress, medical treatment, infection with other bacteria, or malnutrition), it can grow and multiply, causing the fungus Candida albicans to overgrowth.