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    dvjorge
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    #75143

    NewDay
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    I have actually been trying applications of this on my tongue for my oral thrush. It does make a difference but it hasn’t cleared it up yet…

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    Able900
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    NewDay wrote: I have actually been trying applications of this on my tongue for my oral thrush. It does make a difference but it hasn’t cleared it up yet…

    NewDay, a lot of people have had great success with “Oil Pulling” .. check out the information on the link if you wish to try it.
    http://www.thecandidadiet.com/forum/yaf_postst734_ORAL-THRUSH.aspx

    #75193

    candida_sucks
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    Thanks for the link, Jorge. I’ve actually been taking some S. Boulardii for about 2.5 months. I think my candida is dead, but now I have symptoms of leaky gut, so I’m dealing with that

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    Marbro
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    dvjorge wrote: http://www.mendeley.com/research/the-antagonistic-effect-of-saccharomyces-boulardii-on-candida-albicans-filamentation-adhesion-and-biofilm-formation/

    There is no doubt candida has a hard time dealing with S. Boulardii.
    Jorge.

    I know your not a big kefir fan but it does have Saccharomyces boulardii in it:)

    im telling ya, the home made stuff is worth a shot. Its soo good for you in a lot of differnt ways.

    #75248

    dvjorge
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    Marbro wrote:

    http://www.mendeley.com/research/the-antagonistic-effect-of-saccharomyces-boulardii-on-candida-albicans-filamentation-adhesion-and-biofilm-formation/

    There is no doubt candida has a hard time dealing with S. Boulardii.
    Jorge.

    I know your not a big kefir fan but it does have Saccharomyces boulardii in it:)

    im telling ya, the home made stuff is worth a shot. Its soo good for you in a lot of differnt ways.

    S. Boulardii isn’t present in Kefir. I have taken a ton of home made and commercial Kefir in 2009 without solving any problem for me. Later, I have used it as an allowed nutritional food.
    Jorge.

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    Marbro
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    dvjorge wrote:

    http://www.mendeley.com/research/the-antagonistic-effect-of-saccharomyces-boulardii-on-candida-albicans-filamentation-adhesion-and-biofilm-formation/

    There is no doubt candida has a hard time dealing with S. Boulardii.
    Jorge.

    I know your not a big kefir fan but it does have Saccharomyces boulardii in it:)

    im telling ya, the home made stuff is worth a shot. Its soo good for you in a lot of differnt ways.

    S. Boulardii isn’t present in Kefir. I have taken a ton of home made and commercial Kefir in 2009 without solving any problem for me. Later, I have used it as an allowed nutritional food.
    Jorge.
    Your correct and I was mistaken. I am sorry that Kefir didnt work out for you. It is doing wonders for me πŸ™‚

    Here is a list of yeast strains in kefir that I seam to find a consensus on.

    YEASTS

    Dekkera anomala t/ Brettanomyces anomalus a
    Kluyveromyces marxianus t/ Candida kefyr a#
    Pichia fermentans t/ C. firmetaria a
    Yarrowia lipolytica t/ C. lipolytica a
    Debaryomyces hansenii t/ C. famata a#
    Deb. [Schwanniomyces] occidentalis
    Issatchenkia orientalis t/ C. krusei a
    Galactomyces geotrichum t/ Geotrichum candidum a
    C. friedrichii
    C. rancens
    C. tenuis
    C. humilis
    C. inconspicua
    C. maris
    Cryptococcus humicolus
    Kluyveromyces lactis var. lactis #
    Kluyv. bulgaricus
    Kluyv. lodderae
    Saccharomyces cerevisiae #
    Sacc. subsp. torulopsis holmii
    Sacc. pastorianus
    Sacc. humaticus
    Sacc. unisporus
    Sacc. exiguus
    Sacc. turicensis sp. nov
    Torulaspora delbrueckii t
    * Zygosaccharomyces rouxii

    Note all of these compete with candida albicans and also help fight it off.

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    I feel so stupid and ignorant right now! I knew kefir was great and has probiotic properties, but had no idea it has 27 strains of good stuff in it. I changed and increased probiotic count I am taking, doubled kefir and included biger chunk of rutabaga in my salad within few days. No wonder I was in bed for 4 days with die-off!!!

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    Able900
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    orka1998 wrote: I feel so stupid and ignorant right now! I knew kefir was great and has probiotic properties, but had no idea it has 27 strains of good stuff in it. I changed and increased probiotic count I am taking, doubled kefir and included biger chunk of rutabaga in my salad within few days. No wonder I was in bed for 4 days with die-off!!!

    So sorry you went through that. Unfortunately mistakes made during a Candida treatment are bound and determined to result in pain and suffering. Too bad there’s not another way, but seems we’re forced to wait for science to catch up.

    #75376

    orka1998
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    Well it was a big ouchie but I learned my lesson. Yesterday I started drinking kefir again and it’s a small cup now πŸ™‚ Getting slowly off the brown rice, transferring to millet and will then cut it out and return to the detox phase slooooooowly.

    But good news is that I feel better now, and not only better but better than before the last die-off episode so that tells me I got a lot of those little bastards! Also, as I couldn’t eat anything, I was on some veggies and water for a few days. Talk about a forcible cleanse! Silly me, I said I couldn’t do the cleanse hahahaha…

    Yesterday I got the package sent to me from US on Feb 1st (something I ordered before all this). That said, I can expect Molybdenum sometime end of March! If I start getting the die-off again, I think the best I could do is just to go back to the web site’s diet to minimize feeding the beast but not cause any die-off either. Now I am terrified of eating garlic or anything that can be antifungal πŸ™

    As always, thanks Able for all your support and time you invest in us silly little candida newbies πŸ™‚

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