dvjorge wrote: Current oral pharmaceutical probiotics don’t colonize the gut permanently.
Research study title:
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF ANTIFUNGAL ACTIVITY OF NATURAL REMEDIES
VERSUS MICONAZOLE NITRATE SALT AGAINST CANDIDA ALBICANS
Biological Sciences Department
College of Science and Mathematics
California Polytechnic State University
Quote: “The ecological balance of the intestine can be favorably altered upon the ingestion of probiotics. Probiotics are micro-organisms that exert health benefits beyond innate general nutrition. The qualifying characteristics defining a probiotic includes: resistance to acid and bile, ability to attach to human intestinal mucosal cells, capability of colonization of the human intestinal tract, ability to produce antimicrobial substances, ability to demonstrate probiotic activity and to survive modern manufacturing processes, must be of human origin (O’Sullivan et al., 2001). Their role in the prevention and treatment of different gastrointestinal disorders continues to be supported by ongoing research.”
Jorge, you never mention probiotics in your essays other than to state that they can’t colonize. Does this mean that you don’t believe probiotics or kefir have a place in a Candida treatment?