raster wrote: Pro-gest enzyme (helps body break down foods)
juniperus communis (juniper shoots)(urinary tract)
undecenoic acid (formula SF722 gelcaps)(6x stronger than capryllic acid aka coconut oil)
digestive enzyme liquescence (helps disgestion)
drenamin (helps adrenal fatigue)
bovine related supplements
anything with cellulose or starch
Speaking of avoiding cellulose and bovine, both the Drenamin and Pro-gest that the doctor has you taking contain cellulose; and the Drenamin contains bovine adrenal as well as honey; otherwise, it’s just another vitamin supplement and not a very good one. Out of eight possible B vitamins, Drenamin contains just three; an excellent way to cause the ratio of B vitamins in your system to become out of balance, if they’re not already.
In addition, Pro-gest contains the enzyme amylase; many researchers report that Candida sufferers should actually take an amylase inhibitor such as white kidney bean extract to reduce the action of amylase. Why would anyone with Candida take a supplement of amylase enzymes?