You could be affected by yeast. Many of us live with yeast in our body, without ever thinking about it. Researchers have showed that high concentrations of yeast suppressing plant extracts have a positive influence. The extracts are digested and create an environment in the intestines where yeast does not thrive.

Dida is a natural product from Scandinavia. It combines yeast suppressing and anti-septic ingredients to help you feel good. Taking Dida is a long-term solution to help control yeast, bloating, sugar cravings, upset stomach and reduce the fermentation and formation of gas in the gastrointestinal tract.

The unique bioactive nutrient, herbal and spice oil recipe contained in each tablet contributes to the maintenance and function of your gastrointestinal tract and its mucous membrane lining. The tablet contains calmative oils from cinnamon, fennel and mint plus a combination of several standardized extracts including anti-microbial thyme and garlic, which help preserve your gastrointestinal biosphere. Niacin contributes to the maintenance of normal mucous membranes.

Dida from New Nordic is available in a 90’s pack. Take three tablets daily with a glass of water for 30 days.

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Dietary suggestions when taking Dida

Reduce or omit the intake of foods which may stimulate the growth of Candida albicans and disturb the microbiological balance such as alcohol, sugar, yeast and carbohydrates (white bread). Eat proteins - for example chicken, turkey, fish, eggs and beans. Increase the intake of fresh vegetables and essential fatty acids like olive oil and linseed oil.


Cinnamon (Cinnamomum zeylanicum L.)

Cinnamon is a spice obtained from the inner bark of cinnamon zeylanicum, which is native to the island of Sri Lanka. For centuries cinnamon has been used as a natural anti-microbial (bacteria, yeast and fungi) food preservation spice. The cinnamon oil used in this tablet is extracted from the bark by distillation.

Peppermint (Mentha x Piperita L.)
The plant is well known with a square stem, and it grows to 40-80cm tall with many branches at the top. It is the oil from peppermint, which is used for Dida.

Cardamom (Elettaria cardamomum L.)

The cardamom plant is a perennial in the ginger family. The seed capsules of the plant is picked and dried and the few big seeds are used whole or ground. The taste is strong, and the scent may remind of eucalyptus

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