- April 24, 2012 at 11:08 am #79959
Would it be alright if I took both of these together? I was at the health food store this morning and a lady who had dealt with candida and was helping others in their struggle highly recommended the Candidase, saying that it would help penetrate the “sac” that protects the candida and would ultimately make the other things I’m doing more effective.
Does this seem like a good idea to take them both together?April 24, 2012 at 11:35 am #79960
rasterParticipantTopics: 104Replies: 6828
Candidase is an enzyme product; I take one thats similar called progest digestive enzymes. It breaks down the undigested food in your gut giving you more energy from the food you eat. Able900 states that ones with amylase shouldn’t be taken but I still reached a cure despite this.
I believe as an alternative to this product, able suggests bitters which create digestive enzymes naturally (from the body).
You can take these with antifungals.
-rasterApril 24, 2012 at 11:44 am #79964
Thanks Raster! Just wanted to make sure I wasn’t starting too many things at once.April 24, 2012 at 12:56 pm #79975
Able900SpectatorTopics: 92Replies: 4812
quick wrote: Does this seem like a good idea to take them both together?
Candidase contains Cellulase.
(Note difference in spelling) Cellulose (vegetables) + Cellulase (Candidase) = glucose
Cellulose is an enzyme found in vegetable fibers. When vegetable fibers are eaten, Cellulase breaks down the fibers and they are changed into glucose. Candida albicans feed on glucose.
Research report below:
“Cellulose strongly adsorbs cellulase at pH 4.0-5.0, 25-50°C, conditions which are optimum for the enzyme action. The adsorbed enzyme is sufficient to digest the cellulose with no replenishment of enzyme even though the liquid phase containing the sugar is continuously removed. As cellulose is digested, the released enzyme is reabsorbed on excess or newly added cellulose with retention of activity. Sugars can be separated from the enzyme-cellulose complex by simple filtration or centrifugation or by retaining the enzyme-cellulose complex in a column from which the sugar solution is eluted. Adsorbed cellulase has been used to produce syrups containing 5-14% glucose continuously from stirred reactors containing 10-20% cellulose, or from cellulose columns.”
Source: Journal of Polymer Science Part C: Polymer Symposia, Volume 36
AbleApril 24, 2012 at 1:12 pm #79978
So it would be in my best interest to avoid this product? Thanks Able.
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