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1000557 wrote: After the candida is overgrowth is healed?
Meat, fish and chicken, in other words, animal protein in general, whether it’s organic or not will change the environment of the intestines to a favorable condition for the Candida, therefore making it easier for the Candida to multiply. This is because the breakdown of animal protein in the intestines produces ammonia, and the Candida produce ammonia as well in order to build a satisfactory environment for their survival. So if your body has enough Candida and you still have a chance of contracting another infestation, the animal protein will certainly help the progress and growth of Candida albicans.