I believe there are several possible combinations to try and each one should test what is speeding the treatment and giving good results. Definitely, the biofilm protocol add more resources to this war giving us more weapons against the fungus.
I agree. Biofilms could be the difference between recovery and endless recurrent infections for some people. It seems like Royal Jelly could be a good addition to a biofilm protocol along with the other supplements you mentioned. I think a mixture of enzymes (cellulase, nattokinase, protease etc) is also important. I just wanted to point out that habitually taking biofilm disruptors, like people do with their anti-fungals, isn’t a great idea, since they tend to affect all microbes.
I’m considering an anti-biofilm protocol myself, but I want to try and get exposure to some new bacteria first. Have you ever tried eating lightly rinsed/unwashed, raw organic vegetables from a farmer’s market? Soil contains pretty much all of the species we need, which makes sense to me, since we must’ve evolved eating bacteria on unwashed plants and developed a symbiotic relationship with them. Probiotics offer supportive benefits and useful genes for our indigenous bacteria, but if enough species are missing, they need to be replaced for a full recovery.
I would like to have a definitive answer for you. Unfortunately, I don’t have it. The gut flora is really complex and science even doesn’t know many things about it yet.
In my view, colonization when we ingest probiotics orally is difficult since the HCl, pancreatic enzymes, bile, and sodium bicarbonate released by the pancreas sterilize most of what get the intestines. HCL is probably the most aggressive against bacteria. Drs who practices HPI prescribe PPI (Omeprazole, Lanzoprazole,etc) to reduce the stomach acid as much as possible when they do the procedure.
To restore the gut flora one time it has been disturbed is a complex task. I think the closest and more realistic approach is a fecal transplant even when people don’t accept this idea.
According to what I have seen, in the near future, this procedure will be more common and more accepted. I don’t exclude the science creates a probiotic blend made with human origin bacteria either.
The idea of raw organic vegetables may work but I can not tell for sure that it is the way to go.
Do you have a healthy relative that may donor feces to you ??
A fecal transplant with a high enema is easy to do at home. It is almost sure you will acquire most of the donor’s bacterial species.