Dvjorge-If someone has leaky gut (holes in intestinal lining), would nystatin enema be discouraged due to toxicity until the leaky gut is healed? I think I have leaky gut and have food sensitivities as a result (high reaction to wheat). Thanks!
jameskep;55807 wrote: Jorge, Did you ever see any research on undecenoic acid having any kind of anti-bacterial activity?
Yes, it has. I have read about it and posted some research during a hot debate with McCombs about it in the past. All acidic substances have antibacterial activity. Bacteria are very sensitive to acids.
Still have the research on undecenoic acid being anti-bacterial against “good” bacteria?
Not all acids have antibacterial activity against “good” bacteria. Good bacteria secrete good acids such as acetic acid, lactic acid, propionic acid, butyric acid etc… Even some good flora secrete capric acid. I think certain acids work against certain strains.
Probably depends on the strength of the acid as well. The acids that “acid”ophilus secrete might be weaker acids.