How to tell if you have spy software on your phone

 

When you speak , you use your voice to produce words. The past tense of speak is spoke . The -ed participle is spoken .

Don't use 'speak' to report what someone says. Don't say, for example, ' He spoke that the doctor had arrived '. Say 'He said that the doctor had arrived'.

If someone tells you something, they give you some information. You usually refer to this information by using a that -clause or a wh -clause.

How to tell if you have spy software on your phone

Candida is a fungus, which is a form of yeast, and a very small amount of it lives in your mouth and intestines. Its main job? Helping out with digestion and nutrient absorption.

But when overproduced, candida can break down the wall of the intestine and penetrate the bloodstream — releasing toxic by-products into your body and causing leaky gut . This can lead to many different health problems, from digestive issues to depression.

The good news is that the healthy bacteria in your gut typically keep your candida levels in check. However, a few factors can cause the candida population to grow out of control:

When you speak , you use your voice to produce words. The past tense of speak is spoke . The -ed participle is spoken .

Don't use 'speak' to report what someone says. Don't say, for example, ' He spoke that the doctor had arrived '. Say 'He said that the doctor had arrived'.

If someone tells you something, they give you some information. You usually refer to this information by using a that -clause or a wh -clause.

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