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Re: Which sugars can candida use?
 
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Re: Which sugars can candida use?


Additionally, digestive enzymes in saliva break down glycogen... thus potentially limiting the use of direct glycogen as an energy source. Fungi can process Glycogen.

Finally, Pepsin and other enzyme inhibitors may be useful. The goal is to restore the liver's supply without depleting the body. An athlete who exercises themself to exhaustion can supercharge their storage over 3 days.

If I could find a way to give the human body more energy while the candida less, the liver could be charged in 3 days. Follow with a colonic to wipe out the candida and then repopulation of the gut floura. If only I lived in canada and knew a vet. Fecal replacement therapy has been used for other diseases to repopulate gut floura.

Followed by the candida diet for a while. It's just an idea, there may need to be more, I am not cured, do not attempt. (Still looking for a cure).
 

 
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