joy wrote: If the diet and the antifungals won’t cure the infestation what will? The probiotics?? What exactly do you have to change? Thank you
Let me explain why the diet and the antifungals are important even though they will not actually cure the infestation.
Imagine a large scale world war taking place; history tells us that the weapons used were armored tanks, the infantry, battleships and submarines, as well as fighter planes, all meant to lower the numbers of the enemy. These were simply used in ‘skirmishes’ in order to continually thin out the enemy, but doing nothing toward actually winning the world war. So in order to end the war, we needed something that could change the enemy’s environment enough to hinder their abilities to continue fighting us.
What happened to do this of course were two atomic bombs, namely Fat man and Little Boy which rendered the enemy incapable of attacking us in the manner they had before. The bombings completely changed their entire environment (bases, homes, weapon plants, etc.) to the point that the enemy was helpless without their needed environment. By destroying their environment, they were rendered unable to continue their fight and surrendered.
This is what happens with the diet and antifungals, they continue to lower the numbers of the Candida, and when we’ve added enough probiotic to clean out the remainder of the infestation by changing their environment, there have already been enough Candida destroyed that the die-off and toxins should not overwhelm us when they are released by the dying Candida.
To change the environment, once you’re ready to start a probiotic, you would start with a fairly low amount in order to lessen the die-off effects, then build up to larger counts and more strains each time you change. This will eventually change your system enough to destroy the infestation. Of course, this means staying on the diet and continuing the antifungals as well – no reason not to do so.
I hope this makes some sense.