jameskep;38747 wrote: Usually probiotic supplementation is done when the “fungal” candida is at the bare minimum. Fungal candida is stronger than yeast probiotics so you want to convert candida to its less pathogenic yeast form before you supplement with probiotics/S.boulardi. If someone has too much fungal candida probiotics might just cause uncomfortable symptoms with no results–meaning the fungal candida will just wipe out the probiotic before it even has a chance to colonize and the only end result you get is a bad die-off symptoms.
It looks like S. Boulardii impedes candida adherence to the epithelial cells. It is a mechanism don’t known yet according to my reading. I am taking 36 billions a day with an almost normal diet and am doing well. In fact, I feel progress even with the kind of diet I am having. I can not image how it will be if I restrict more my diet.
I never understood how Remi96 cured her terrible candida case with S. Boulardii and enemas. She has been well since I have contacted her recently.
I have read more studies about the anticandida activity of it and I am really optimistic it is a good value in this war.