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dvjorge
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Able900 wrote: The reason your infestation is getting worse instead of better is because you’re taking Synthol. This probiotic contains two enzymes which feed the Candida thus allowing them to increase the population of the infestation. These enzymes are not produced by the human body, therefore they are not needed for processing foods. The enzymes are cellulase and hemicellulase. What these two enzymes so in the human body is break down vegetable fibers; when they’re combined with the enzymes that are in the fibers, this turns into simple sugars. The resulting sugars will simply feed any surviving Candida.

The other big problem is that Candida is kept in control by the acids formed as the beneficial intestinal flora ferment fibers. These include the insoluble fibers that contain enzymes. However, cellulase and hemicellulase enzymes digest these fibers, again creating simple sugars that can be absorbed unlike the longer chain sugar molecules of the fibers. And as mentioned before these sugars can feed the surviving Candida as not all the sugars are absorbed in the small intestine. The sugar absorbed in the small intestines is detrimental to the health of beneficial bacteria already there since they cannot feed on sugar.

Get rid of the Synthol and follow our protocol.

http://www.thecandidadiet.com/forum/yaf_postst1334_From-Able-and-Raster-The-Protocol.aspx

Able

How can you explain the results in this scientific research demonstrating the antifungal activity of Cellulase and Hemicellulase ???
No to say hundreds of candida sufferers who have found relief taking Candex and other enzyme based products ???

http://www.kth.se/polopoly_fs/1.142751!/Menu/general/column-content/attachment/9B%20Review%20-%20cellulaser%20i%20bioteknik.pdf

Interested in reading the link paste it to makes it work.

Jorge