- August 23, 2011 at 5:16 am #64767
DianeMemberTopics: 10Replies: 73
This is something I read sometime ago, I would like to know the connection between candida albicans and dysbiosis and how will I know if I have it?
I have had so many complications unfortunately caused unwittingly by myself that I am starting to suspect that my candida is much more complicated?
I mean I cant tolerate any sort of fatty protein it upsets me, almost immediately. Yesterday was a clear indication of what was happening in my body!
Later on in the evening I kind of bounced back however the pain went to my shoulder blade and stayed in the rib area too, however it changed into a
dull reminder. I ate way too much fish between Thursday and Monday and it is clear that my liver and gall bladder have to much work to cope with
to be able to process that as well. I have followed your advice re the garlic pills, actually I had already limited my intake the day before and stopped
the oil of oregano all together because I seriously think it has been toooooooooo much for my poor organs. They seriously need a holiday. I also think
that all the supplements are making my liver work harder so I think I need to give them a two day break, what do you think? The only
thing I am taking consistently is the probiotics. Now I have another question re Leaky Gut syndrome and Probiotics.
Yes I had read your post before you mentioned it to me and I wonder why it is not advisable for me to stop taking probiotics at this time although
intuitively I dont think that that is a good idea!!! You clearly stated in your post that if one has leaky gut syndrome which maybe or may not be the
case with me, its advisable to stop probiotics? Why is that?
Leaky gut normally causes inflammation, for this you should build up the intestinal flora with soft fibers like rice bran, oat bran and inulin. If the leaky gut is severe, I would avoid taking pure probiotics for a while.
DianeAugust 23, 2011 at 6:44 am #64773
Able900SpectatorTopics: 92Replies: 4814
Diane wrote: Leaky gut normally causes inflammation, for this you should build up the intestinal flora with soft fibers like rice bran, oat bran and inulin. If the leaky gut is severe, I would avoid taking pure probiotics for a while.
Hi, Diane. I’ve corrected that part of my post as it was not at all what I intended to type, and I apologize for the confusion.
I’ve sent you an email concerning the other part of your post.
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