- August 26, 2018 at 5:14 am #176841
HatetheovergrowthParticipantTopics: 1Replies: 1
I’ve been reading the website and forums for a few months now but this is my first post.
I’ve suspected something hasn’t been right with me for quite a long time now and when I started a pretty high pressure job (my first job in the industry), alot of health issues began to become apparent. I’m well on my way with working out a lot of them. Following this diet to a good degree (not completely) over the past month has made me feel alot better. Particularly cutting out the sugar and processed food (my diet was never terrible though).
Anyhow, the point of this post is just to ask about the spit test and how reliable people think it is (obviously certain things have effects on it). One thing I noticed over the past couple years was my saliva getting horribly stringy which I’d never noticed in the past. I tried the spit test just out of interest and it just looked horrible! I have drank a very good amount of water every day over the past couple years just trying to help any system trying to recover but one thing that never changed was this “camel” like spit, which I couldn’t put down to dehydration. This was one of the first symptoms that lead me to reading about something like a candida overgrowth.
I took this in March this year. Haven’t tried it since. Might try it again actually just out of interest as I’m feeling alot better and my saliva does feel different.
Any thoughts would be interesting.
Thanks.August 26, 2018 at 8:17 am #176844
Wiley200ParticipantTopics: 2Replies: 364
The spit test was invented the GHT, the company that markets Threelac. It’s an expensive probiotic with very low CFUs of bacteria. Don’t pay any attention to the spit test. Staying hydrated will probably changed the ‘result’!!
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