flailingWcandi wrote: Isn’t low body temps and candida common?
As Candida invades the body, it does so by penetrating the intestinal mucosa with rhizoids (the fungus grows long, stringy structures called rhizoids which burrow into the intestinal wall), and this causes inflammation along the digestive tract which then changes the intestines into a dysbiosis state – all of which has the effect of lowering the body temperature. As the body cools down the immune system is weakened providing the Candida with an excellent environment in which to thrive. At this point, the change is very difficult to turn around since the gut is inflamed and ridden with the Candida fungus.
A low temperature during a Candida infestation is also a symptom of hypothyroidism which is fairly common with Candida sufferers.