Athlete’s Foot


Athlete's Foot: Athlete's foot, commonly occurs between the toes and the toenail but can also occur on other areas of the foot. The skin between the toes can appear red, cracked, and scaly.


  • Burning, itching, and cracking between the toes and on other places of the foot
  • Patches of dry skin
  • Yellow-brown toenails

Root Causes

  • Prolonged or frequent use of antibiotics or corticosteroids, leading to a depletion of good bacteria that normally keep the fungus in check
  • Poor digestion and elimination
  • Depressed immune system (e.g.,diabetes)
  • A high-sugar diet
  • Poor hygiene (feet in a damp environment)

Root Causes

For high-density nutrition and immune support, base your meals around fresh vegetables, whole grains, and quality sources of lean protein, such as beans, lentils, finish, and organic poultry.

Food To Avoid

Fungus feeds on sugar and yeast, so reduce or eliminate obvious sugars in the Diet, such as refined foods, which are likely to be loaded with sugars.


Calendula (calendula officials) tincture or gel can be applied to the affected area in between treatment of tea tree (melaleuca alternifolia) oil This herb has an antiseptic effect and promote skin healing.