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  • #99333

    Makingchanges
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    Hi everyone,

    I thought this was an interesting read…

    http://drlwilson.com/ARTICLES/candida.htm

    #99346

    serenedream
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    Makingchanges;37836 wrote: Hi everyone,

    I thought this was an interesting read…

    http://drlwilson.com/ARTICLES/candida.htm

    VERY interesting. Any clue what “GB-3” is, referenced in the article as a primary/best supplement to take?

    #99354

    Makingchanges
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    had no idea either but I just found this…
    http://www.wellnessshoppingonline.com/endo-met-supplements/gb-3-90/
    I’m not suggesting you use it…just answering the question.

    #99362

    Monika
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    Makingchanges;37857 wrote: had no idea either but I just found this…
    http://www.wellnessshoppingonline.com/endo-met-supplements/gb-3-90/
    I’m not suggesting you use it…just answering the question.

    But if you where to use, what would you use it for? Does it support liver function?

    #99363

    Kag
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    Interesting article. I would be interested in seeing what Able or Raster has to say about GB-3. It almost sounds like a liver detoxifier but not quite…

    #99370

    Makingchanges
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    Yes I’d be interested in what able and raster think also Kag.

    Monika, I thought the below part was very interesting indeed because it seems some people with candida have digestion issues.

    “A major reason why GB-3 or an equivalent product works well and is essential to take is that most people who are not feeling their best do not produce enough high quality bile. This is one of the major causes for their intestinal dysbiosis. Until the bile is restored, changing the flora is difficult, if not impossible. So be sure to include this product with each meal, and even with each snack for a while until the liver begins to produce more bile”

    #99373

    Monika
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    serenedream;37849 wrote:

    Hi everyone,

    I thought this was an interesting read…

    http://drlwilson.com/ARTICLES/candida.htm

    VERY interesting. Any clue what “GB-3” is, referenced in the article as a primary/best supplement to take?

    Thank you so much for posting the link, it makes for very interesting reading!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Monika
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    Kag;37866 wrote: Interesting article. I would be interested in seeing what Able or Raster has to say about GB-3. It almost sounds like a liver detoxifier but not quite…

    It seems to me you have lot’s of informatiation. May I ask what the kind of metallic, acidic taste in my mouth could indicate. Would it be zinc deficiency as I am very low on zinc. Many thanks.

    #99379

    Makingchanges
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    You’re welcome Monika. I am assuming you are asking Kag about the metalic taste in your mouth from the quote. I don’t have the problem but I’d like to hear the answer to this also.

    #99382

    Makingchanges
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    Interesting paragraph here from a link in the article..

    “Copper is critical for aerobic metabolism, so a copper imbalance allows fungal organisms to thrive in the body and must be corrected to reduce these infections, in most cases. This is why some people simply cannot get rid of candida albicans or chronic yeast, parasitic infections, sinus infections and others.”

    From this page http://drlwilson.com/ARTICLES/copper_toxicity_syndrome.htm

    #99493

    raster
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    This Dr. has put together good information all in one place and none of the information is new for me. However, it does make me want to reflect on myself and change my habits. The copper info I did not know about…

    Here is his info on GB-3:
    http://drlwilson.com/Articles/gb3.htm

    GB-3 is basically an enzyme that contains ox bile and pancreatin ingredients, both of which I believe are in Pro-gest. I am glad I found some material that specifically says why enzyme products are important for fighting candida…

    His website is filled with ways to detox as well. This is important information. You can detox in many more methods than I knew about.
    http://drlwilson.com/detox_protocols.htm

    -raster

    #99495

    Makingchanges
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    Happy I could help you out in some way Raster. I myself would like to have my copper tested if there ia such a test.
    Cheers 😉

    #99729

    serenedream
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    Without having my copper levels checked, would it be harmful to add Nettle leaf herb into my regimen?

    I know this supplies lots of copper, so I don’t want to take too much if my levels are already fine and cause such an imbalance as described in this article. I hope this question makes sense…
    I wouldn’t want to add a supplement thinking its going to help me when in actuality, my levels were fine and the supplement will just add to an imbalance which creates more candida.

    #99750

    raster
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    I would get your mineral and vitamin levels tested. I am going to do this shortly and then decide how to proceed with my naturopath.

    -raster

    #99882

    jameskep
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    Gb-3 looks good for digestive properties. They are not lying when they state that pancreatin can digest candida. I took pancreatin supplement with a meal and I felt like I had die-off symptoms. Almost similiar to taking diflucan. Although, some posts have indicated that its not good to take pancreatin for long periods of time.

    http://curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=1703981#i

    I occasionally take a bile salts product from dews labs. This works well for constipation/improving transit time/possibly fat digestion. Black radish is good for promoting bile. I never tried the gb-3 after my experience with pancreatin.

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