Bacillus Coagulans when to stop?

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    andrewmezzo
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    I’ve currently been taking Thorne Bacillus Coagulans for about a month and a half along with the diet and other fermented foods. I read somewhere online that when taking probiotics there is a point where you are supposed to stop taking the probiotics for a period of time to see the results of the probiotics. Am I supposed to keep taking Bacillus Coagulans until my Candida symptoms are completely dissapated and then stop or should I stop my supplementation for a week and see the results of my probiotics?

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    Lukey
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    I wish someone would have answered your post by now.
    I wish I could answer it.

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    Danny33
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    AM,

    If you’re getting continued benefits from a supplement you should continue.
    If your not getting any benefits then discontinue use. It should be that simple.
    B. Coagulans is OK but isn’t going to cure anything.

    -D

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    andrewmezzo
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    Danny33;59528 wrote: AM,

    If you’re getting continued benefits from a supplement you should continue.
    If your not getting any benefits then discontinue use. It should be that simple.
    B. Coagulans is OK but isn’t going to cure anything.

    -D

    Well i’m not implying that I’m only taking B. Coagulan supplements throughout my regime. I’m also taking SF722 occassionally, other fermented foods and following the diet as well. I obviously know B. Coagulans isn’t going to cure it by itself. But from other people’s experience they claimed they saw the “real difference” made to their intestinal health AFTER finishing a bottle and stopped supplementing. So I was just wondering if that would ever be the case in this situation.

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    raster
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    andrewmezzo;59530 wrote:

    AM,

    If you’re getting continued benefits from a supplement you should continue.
    If your not getting any benefits then discontinue use. It should be that simple.
    B. Coagulans is OK but isn’t going to cure anything.

    -D

    Well i’m not implying that I’m only taking B. Coagulan supplements throughout my regime. I’m also taking SF722 occassionally, other fermented foods and following the diet as well. I obviously know B. Coagulans isn’t going to cure it by itself. But from other people’s experience they claimed they saw the “real difference” made to their intestinal health AFTER finishing a bottle and stopped supplementing. So I was just wondering if that would ever be the case in this situation.

    Most people experience a 6-18 month recovery timeline to get over CRC (candida related complex) and so these statements you are reading are likely from people who had either small/minor infestations or not a candida problem or it didn’t cure them.

    -raster

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