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  • #91074

    MsMollyJackson
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    I just noticed the bottle says ‘manganese’ on the image that I sent in the link. That’s not what I bought. It was molybdenum.

    #91099

    TheEggy
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    I couldn’t find that exact one.
    This is what I’m going to try:
    http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0019KARYE

    #104962

    impossible
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    Why have I never seen B5 mentioned on this forum? I cant live without it. I consider it to be a neccesity.

    From other sites:

    Pantetheine Source & Availability

    Pantethine is the active form of Pantothenic Acid (Vitamin B5). Pantethine has a valuable role in detoxifying poisons from Candida infections, and supporting normal cholesterol levels in the body. It is the number one supplement recommended at The Atkins Center. Make this highly regarded nutrient part of your daily nutritional program.
    Pantetheine Medicinal Value

    Dr. Atkins prescribes Pantethine to his Crohn’s Disease and Colitis patients as a result of a study demonstrating that people with colitis have markedly decreased Coenzyme A activity in the mucosal surface of their colons, even when the blood levels of pantothenic acid are normal. Dr. Atkins concluded, based on his success with his patients, that Pantethine bypasses the block in converting Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid) to Coenzyme A. But also, that Pantethine is a growth factor for lactobacillus bulgaricus and bifidobacterium that we know help control yeast overgrowth.

    By upping body levels of a body enzyme, pantethine counteracts brain fog, certain allergic sensitivities, and some consequences of alcoholism. In people with candidiasis, the enzyme fights off a toxic byproduct called acetaldehyde, which is thought to cause brain fog, often-suffered but rarely diagnosed.

    and

    Pantethine is the stable structure of Pantetheine, which is the biologially active form of pantothenic acid (vitamin B5.) It is the precursor to co-enzyme A (CoA.) Co-enzyme A plays a central role in the production of energy in your cells via a biochemical pathway called the Krebs’ cycle. This involves the production of energy from fats & carbohydrates. Pantothenic acid is also essential for adrenal gland function.*

    Chemicals known as acetaldehydes accumulate in your body from alcohol intake, cigarette smoking, chronic candida infections & vehicle exhaust fumes. The aldehydes inhibit co-enzyme A & thus decrease energy production. Chronic aldehyde exposure also contributes to heart disease & has damaging effects on brain function. Acetaldehyde also impairs the red blood cells delivery of oxygen to your body’s cells. It also induces a deficiency of vitamin B1, B3, & pyridoxal-5-phosphate. Pantethine has been found to help decrease aldehyde levels.*

    #104965

    raster
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    Thanks for sharing this, I haven’t heard about it or researched it but we might have to look into it more.

    -raster

    #104966

    kjones02
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    impossible;43482 wrote: Why have I never seen B5 mentioned on this forum? I cant live without it. I consider it to be a neccesity.

    From other sites:

    Pantetheine Source & Availability

    Pantethine is the active form of Pantothenic Acid (Vitamin B5). Pantethine has a valuable role in detoxifying poisons from Candida infections, and supporting normal cholesterol levels in the body. It is the number one supplement recommended at The Atkins Center. Make this highly regarded nutrient part of your daily nutritional program.
    Pantetheine Medicinal Value

    Dr. Atkins prescribes Pantethine to his Crohn’s Disease and Colitis patients as a result of a study demonstrating that people with colitis have markedly decreased Coenzyme A activity in the mucosal surface of their colons, even when the blood levels of pantothenic acid are normal. Dr. Atkins concluded, based on his success with his patients, that Pantethine bypasses the block in converting Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid) to Coenzyme A. But also, that Pantethine is a growth factor for lactobacillus bulgaricus and bifidobacterium that we know help control yeast overgrowth.

    By upping body levels of a body enzyme, pantethine counteracts brain fog, certain allergic sensitivities, and some consequences of alcoholism. In people with candidiasis, the enzyme fights off a toxic byproduct called acetaldehyde, which is thought to cause brain fog, often-suffered but rarely diagnosed.

    and

    Pantethine is the stable structure of Pantetheine, which is the biologially active form of pantothenic acid (vitamin B5.) It is the precursor to co-enzyme A (CoA.) Co-enzyme A plays a central role in the production of energy in your cells via a biochemical pathway called the Krebs’ cycle. This involves the production of energy from fats & carbohydrates. Pantothenic acid is also essential for adrenal gland function.*

    Chemicals known as acetaldehydes accumulate in your body from alcohol intake, cigarette smoking, chronic candida infections & vehicle exhaust fumes. The aldehydes inhibit co-enzyme A & thus decrease energy production. Chronic aldehyde exposure also contributes to heart disease & has damaging effects on brain function. Acetaldehyde also impairs the red blood cells delivery of oxygen to your body’s cells. It also induces a deficiency of vitamin B1, B3, & pyridoxal-5-phosphate. Pantethine has been found to help decrease aldehyde levels.*

    Good point! I can tell when I don’t take a b-vitamin in the morning, like today. It surely helps gives me more energy and deal with the candida symptoms sometimes, plus great for headaches. I take 1 co-enzyme form.

    #107289

    bacflip4
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    looking for the experts advice. I’ve been doing the regular candida diet for a week now along with antifungals (the weaker -olive leaf extract right now). I had some nausea the first couple days that went away but, I’ve had soft stool ever since that has gotten slightly better. I am now seeing that I should be taking a die-off remedie. I just had blood work 2 days ago that showed my ALT and AST liver enzymes elevated. I thought this was from the diflucan I was on the last couple months but, they said no b/c they were normal when I was on it more frequently so they wouldn’t go up now that I’m not taking it often. Now I’m worried. Why are these elevated? Could it be from die-off or coulsd I have something else wrong with me? Should I go find some die-off remedie to take and see if it helps it go down? Would any of these be appropriate?
    http://www.vitaminshoppe.com/search/controller?sourceType=ps&source=go&adGroup=Brand_Term_Only&keyword=vitamin_shoppe&cm_mmc=Google+Adwords-_-Brand_US_Vitamin_Shoppe-_-Brand_Term_Only-_-vitamin+shoppe&gclid=CNaJ-LOcmbgCFdOf4AoduXAAQA&N=0&Ntk=SiteSearch&Ntt=Molybdenum%20&Nty=1&D=Molybdenum%20&Ntx=mode+matchallpartial&Dx=mode+matchall&cm_sp=typeahead-_-0|Molybdenum%20-_-n|

    #107292

    Able900
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    bacflip4;45809 wrote: looking for the experts advice. I’ve been doing the regular candida diet for a week now along with antifungals (the weaker -olive leaf extract right now). I had some nausea the first couple days that went away but, I’ve had soft stool ever since that has gotten slightly better. I am now seeing that I should be taking a die-off remedie. I just had blood work 2 days ago that showed my ALT and AST liver enzymes elevated. I thought this was from the diflucan I was on the last couple months but, they said no b/c they were normal when I was on it more frequently so they wouldn’t go up now that I’m not taking it often. Now I’m worried. Why are these elevated? Could it be from die-off or coulsd I have something else wrong with me? Should I go find some die-off remedie to take and see if it helps it go down? Would any of these be appropriate?
    http://www.vitaminshoppe.com/search/controller?sourceType=ps&source=go&adGroup=Brand_Term_Only&keyword=vitamin_shoppe&cm_mmc=Google+Adwords-_-Brand_US_Vitamin_Shoppe-_-Brand_Term_Only-_-vitamin+shoppe&gclid=CNaJ-LOcmbgCFdOf4AoduXAAQA&N=0&Ntk=SiteSearch&Ntt=Molybdenum%20&Nty=1&D=Molybdenum%20&Ntx=mode+matchallpartial&Dx=mode+matchall&cm_sp=typeahead-_-0|Molybdenum%20-_-n|

    The first brand in your link, Health Yourself, is the one I took throughout my treatment and it worked fine. You should also be taking Milk Thistle to protect your liver as explained in the post. Please read the post again so that you’ll know which type of Milk Thistle to purchase and how much to take.

    Able

    #107293

    bacflip4
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    Thank you for your quick reply Able. I am very scared about all this right now. I hope taking this will make them go back down. I’m going to tell my doctor I want them checked again on Monday and monitored after that.

    #107294

    bacflip4
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    It looks like they also have milk thistle.
    http://www.vitaminshoppe.com/search/controller?sourceType=ps&source=go&adGroup=Brand_Term_Only&keyword=vitamin_shoppe&cm_mmc=Google+Adwords-_-Brand_US_Vitamin_Shoppe-_-Brand_Term_Only-_-vitamin+shoppe&gclid=CNaJ-LOcmbgCFdOf4AoduXAAQA&N=0&Ntk=SiteSearch&Ntt=milk%20thistle&Nty=1&D=milk%20thistle&Ntx=mode+matchallpartial&Dx=mode+matchall&cm_sp=typeahead-_-0|milk%20thistle-_-n|

    How much of each do you recommend I take if I have slightly elevated liver enzymes? I see you can take 250mg up to three times a day of the molybdenum. Should I start with that much and how much milk thistle? Thank you.

    #107298

    bacflip4
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    I found the dose.

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