Wednesday, March 14, 2018

The Science behind Candida #1

Many of the anti-candida programs today were developed in the 1950s. Nystatin, caprylic acid, lauric acid, undecenoic acid (Candida Force) aren't always the effective ways to treat candida.

Dr. Jeff McCombs reviews the pros and cons of common anti-fungals used to treat Candida albicans: Nystatin, Caprylic Acid, Lauric Acid and Undecenoic Acid -- how they work and how they affect the body, some rather negatively! 

I wish I had discovered this info when I was so sick with candida several years ago. 

After watching this, the next YouTube clip started streaming and it was very insightful in regard to what the candida yeast overgrowth does to the body, antibiotics, and the flora of the body. Incredibly insightful on probiotics, sugar, and dietary triggers that people just don't realize.

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