Candida albicans has lots of sneaky ways to evade your immune system. One example is the protective matrix that it builds around its colonies. This matrix, known as a biofilm, protects the colonies from your immune system and allows the Candida to thrive.
Systemic enzymes are a very useful tool that you can use to break down those biofilms. Lumbrokinase is the most researched and generally considered the most effective. You can take one or more of these enzymes when you start taking antifungals.
Lumbrokinase by Doctor’s Best
This group of six enzymes, derived from earthworms, is able to metabolize and digest the biofilms that Candida albicans builds to protect and grow its colonies.
Nattokinase by Doctor’s Best
Nattokinase is a single enzyme, derived from Japanese fermented soy beans, that works to disrupt pathogenic biofilms.
Serrapeptase by Doctor’s Best
This last enzyme is derived from the silkworm and, just like the other systemic enzymes, is used to eliminate biofilms created by pathogens like Candida albicans.