Candida Support vs. SF722

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    masinmiami
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    Does anyone use these products together? Candida Support advertises itself as promoting a healthy guy, but not necessarily eliminating candida albicans; yet it appears to have many antifungal ingrediants. SF722 appears to be geared toward eliminating the candida albicans. Any thoughts on using both, one over the other, or alternatives? Any thoughts on using either or both of these products with other antifungals – garlic, etc…?

    Thank you for your help in advance.

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    raster
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    Candida support is a multi-antifungal product that kills yeast. SF722 is an acid product that slowly destroys the cell walls of the yeast, it kills it slowly, and it also reverts the yeast back to the non-pathogenic form.

    There isn’t a single product that will cure CRC (candida related complex).

    -raster

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    masinmiami
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    Raster,

    As always, thank you for your response. You and Able, and some others are a great resource. Just to clarify, I’m interpreting your response to mean that it is perfectly acceptable to take both Candida Support (or other antifungals), along with SF722; and, in addition, SF722 is a product that you can continue to take for the long term after you finish using antifungals. Am I understanding it correctly?

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    raster
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    Yes this is correct. Be sure to focus on detoxing while you take antifungals. Start out with a low dose of SF722 with one capsule per day and slowly work your way up to 9 per day (3 per meal) or more if desired. The more you use the more it costs.

    -raster

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