Able900 wrote: Candy & Lauren.
Also, in 1999 a write-up in the Journal of Clinical Microbiology reported that an increasing number of isolations of S. cerevisiae were found in women with vaginitis.
All I’m saying is, if you decide to use this form of probiotic, just be careful. Also, even if you decide to take Brewer’s Yeast, you’ll still need to take the normal species of human bacteria.
If I wanted to use Brewer’s Yeast, it would as a B vitamin source and not in the large amounts needed for probiotics. As I’ve mentioned before, taking Brewer’s Yeast as a B vitamin source would be a benefit to the treatment.
Able and Raster thanks! Able, so what you are saying is not to take a high dosage? That as long as you are colonizing your digestive tract that it should be okay? I was not planning to stop taking my probiotics. This was just going to be something I add to my plan. Able would you use it personally? What are your feelings about using it for oral thrush? I was planning on trying it and see how I feel. This is of course after my flu symptoms pass.