Dr Teitelbaum claims the resulting yeast over-population feeds on sugar.It then triggers cravings for sugar and bread because the body can quickly convert these to glucose.
The poignant photo of Cielo harks back to a similar one (pictured) taken in the Philippines in July of a young boy, Daniel Cabrera, on the streets using the light from the nearby Mc Donald's to help see his homework'His example leaves us to ask ourselves, 'If this kid can do it, why can't we?
Why do we need to go to coffee shops, study centers, etc.
This should keep energy levels on an even keel, making it easier to cut back on sugar. If mood swings are a problem, it could be because excess sugar is blocking your ability to turn a substance called GLA (gamma linoleic acid) into the DGLA (dihomo-gamma-linoleic acid) needed to produce prostaglandins that improve mood.
The heartbreaking image, which was taken in the Philippines by a local resident, according to Mirror Online, was apparently shared by a man called James Co on Facebook and the paper reports that it has so far garnered more than 12,000 likes.
But the effect will be short-lived — any sugar-induced high will be swiftly followed by a ‘low’ which can leave you anxious and jittery.
Graze on small, high-protein meals throughout the day (snack on nuts, cheese or eggs). You suffer from low mood and reduced sex drive — your periods have been getting irregular or changing (and the week before it starts you experience insomnia, headaches, fatigue and hot flushes).
You’ve had a fungal infection, such as thrush or athlete’s foot, that has been difficult to treat — you might also have symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (such as wind, bloating, diarrhoea and/or constipation).
Antibiotics kill off ‘good’ bacteria (which help keep bad bacteria in check), while antacids neutralise the stomach acid that normally tackles bad bacteria.
A local news outlet which appears to have interviewed the girl, named as Cielo Gonzales, along with her sister Jenalyn, captured footage of them dressed in pyjamas with dirt-streaked faces sitting on the side of a busy road on a flattened cardboard box.