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How do I know if I have yeast/fungal overgrowth?

Elizabeth Boham, MD, MS, RD
Nutrition & Dietetics

If you have yeast or fungal overgrowth, symptoms include fatigue, recurring yeast infections or fungal conditions, bloating, IBS and itchy skin. Watch functional medicine expert Elizabeth Boham, MD, share these red flags and how to do a saliva test.

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