Chris24 wrote: Hi Jorge, thanks for the knowledge. Thanks to you and the enema idea I am improving greatly.
I was hoping you could answer these relating questions.
Question: If the cell mediated immunity is disturbed through candida, and the body does not see the candida as an intruder, is it then also true that boosting and restoring our immune system is useless until after the candida colones are reduced?
Question: Arent probiotics fighting a losing battle in the same manner because the candida is too out of control for probiotics to do anything until after the biggest amount of colonies are gone?
Yes, boosting the immune system with supplements before the fungal colonies are reduced can not correct this syndrome. You should way until the right moment to take immune boosters, at least you have enough money to keep them during the complete process.
Probiotics may play an important role when the fungal colonies be eliminated since they promote the right environment for your own bacterial growth. One time candida has colonized, it won’t move out to leave space for bacterias. You have to do your best eliminating the overgrowth, and later to promote a healthy friendly flora.