raster;49076 wrote: according to able, the yeast wouldn’t be able to thrive in this environment (he thinks that yeast can’t live in acidic environments). But I was deftly ill. When my pH rose to closer to neutral, I started to feel a lot better.
Did you check the pH balance of your intestines, Raster?
I would test your pH to determine whether you are close to pH neutral or not.
Which is a total waste of time unless you’re checking the pH balance of the inside of your intestines where the Candida are digging in.
raster;49076 wrote: Baking soda is antifungal. It also alters the pH of the body.
Baking soda is also dangerous (see P.S.) and not the least bit necessary on a Candida treatment.
Alkaline and acidic environments both benefit the yeast…
You just keep on breaking your own record, don’t you.
Both alkaline and acidic environments DO NOT benefit yeast. In fact, an alkaline environment is the reason that the benign Candida yeast are able to turn on the fungal gene which changes them into the fungal form of Candida.
A change to an acidic environment in the intestines by replenishing the acid-producing beneficial bacteria is the reason the fungal gene is turned off and the yeast become benign once again.
Now would you be so kind as to explain to the nice people how an acidic environment and acid-producing bacteria benefit the Candida?
PS: Baking soda interferes with the absorption and digestion of nutrients as well as proteins; something all Candida sufferers need more of. Once again, great advice, Raster. Way to go, doc.