Thank you for this Jorge.
So is S Cerevisiae only used on oral thrush or is it used for the digestive tract as well?
And am I understanding the article correctly, in reading this as an interaction between S Cerevisia and S Boulardii? Are these two not to be taken together?
“However, it is a very uncommon cause of infection and fungemia. The only identified risk factor for S. cerevisiae infection is treatment with a probiotic containing S. boulardii (Muñoz et al., 2005). Three patients aged between 72 and 76 years in the ICU of a hospital in Spain received the product via nasogastric tube for a mean duration of 8.5 days before they developed fungemia (Muñoz et al., 2005).”
I am interested in this yeast procedure. My concern is that while my current process is slow and a lot of work, it does progress and I’m a bit scared to change my regimen.
What does an S Boulardii regimen look like, Jorge? I understand there are no antifungals. What about probiotics and the diet? Does one wait until later in their diet to try S Boulardii or can it be tried at any time?