candida & acidity/alkalinity

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    Jee
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    Hi everyone

    I’m a bit confused as to if I’m supposed to raise or lower my body’s pH value. That is, go to a more alkaline level or to an acid level.

    On the website it states that Candida thrives in an alkaline environment. (http://www.thecandidadiet.com/swedish-bitters.htm)

    So I would assume I have to raise the acidity of my body and thus lower my body’s pH. However, I’ve read that for example lemon’s and apple cider vinegar increase alkalinity! Yet they are highly proposed…

    So what am I missing here?

    Kind regards

    Jee

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    Chris24
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    Jee
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    Didn’t realise there were so many posts about it. Thank you.

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    gcha8e
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    our DNA probe test of our gils stool pointed out an extreemly high acidity, she is completely overgrown with yeast. The yeast may thrive in the small intestine, which is alkaline, however, this is not to say that you need to acidify your body. The result of the overgrowth seems to be a lower the PH. The toxins produced in the body cause the acidity to increase (which means lower on the PH scale).

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