I have read about lactoferrin, but has anybody had any success stores from it, derived from milk, be worried?
The correct supplement is Apo-lactoferrin, and not regular lactoferrin.
Lactoferrin and apo-lactoferrin are taken by people who are lactose sensitive or have an allergy to milk. This is because the lactoferrin is separated from the milk protein and fructose.
However, a highly purified lactoferrin product should be purchased; these can be taken with confidence by those who are lactose-intolerant or have milk allergies. This probably means that you may need to pay more for a higher quality brand.
I have come to the conclusion that patheinine and biotin might be good for candida
If you’re interested in the research, here’s a post on biotin.
Biotin and Candida
what type of brands, dosages do you all take on vitamins?
Read the following website, it should help you to make decisions concerning supplements. http://www.consumerlab.com/
The vitamin doses are in the vitamin thread which you mentioned.