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Quote: So perhaps low HCL is causing Candida outbreak?

Reply: This could be part of the cause. In other words, there could be many reasons, all connected with the Candida infestation.

Quote: She definitely does not digest her food very well. Her stools are often very loose and chuncky.

Reply: Alcohol-free Digestive Grape Bitters or Swedish Bitters can help greatly with digestion.
They will also help to cure the Leaky Gut Syndrome which she is probably suffering from.

Quote: So perhaps the alkaline environment in the illium (small intestine) simply leaks into the large intestine, causing a PH that is too highly alkaline? This means the colon is our target. Or should it be the small intestine,…. or the stomach?

Reply: Reading the following post may help you to understand the part that alkalinity and acidity play in a Candida infestation.

Quote: She has both immediate reactions after eating sometimes and reactions that seem to get bad after 12 hours or more and continue to increase for 48 hours. It then takes 48 more hours to recover, at which time she is incredibly itchy as her skin tries to heal. A bad outbreak or series of outbreaks can last for weeks.

Reply: The chances are great that her reactions are all due to the shredded pork, sweet potatoes, rice, and a few ounces of sweetened coconut milk she had. The reactions of ‘bad foods’ range in time of occurrence anywhere from 15 minutes to 12 hours or more after the food is eaten.
If you’ll stop feeding the Candida in her intestines then the symptoms or reactions will eventually lessen and stop. Until you and your wife decide to do this, get used to her having these reactions – unless by some miracle you discover another cause.
People can’t seem to understand that every time you feed the Candida you’re not only allowing the Candida albicans to survive, but they also increase in number when they are fed the types of food that they thrive on. This simply means that the infestation is spreading and growing and becoming more and more powerful. The longer this goes on, the better chance the person has of developing “Sepsis Candida Albicans’ – ‘Deep Candidiasis’ and even ‘Septic Arthritis.’