magnesium and c. albicans

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    klips32
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    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/6432954

    Just to clarify that I understood this right: Candida hyphal growth is dependent on mg sources. This means, if I consume Mg, candida will have a better chance of growing germ-tubes?

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    impossible
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    klips32;51643 wrote: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/6432954

    Just to clarify that I understood this right: Candida hyphal growth is dependent on mg sources. This means, if I consume Mg, candida will have a better chance of growing germ-tubes?

    Its not necessarily dependent on it, just triggered by it. As well as N acetyl glucosamine and hyaluronic acid, both popular supplements too. Interesting.

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    dvjorge
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    Yes, I have mentioned it before warning people about magnesium intake.

    Jorge.

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    mygutleaks
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    What about during chelation? Cutler advises on daily MG supplementation.

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    LeeA
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    So glad that you raised this topic, as I’ve been taking magnesium supplements along with calcium every night (for forever) to relieve leg cramps. Looks like I need to stop.

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