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Re: Nilstat is helpful for Candida, but also for diagnosing Candida
 
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Re: Nilstat is helpful for Candida, but also for diagnosing Candida


Hi VX, I'm interested in the other protocols you used to ride yourself of Candida.

But more importantly I just came across this article on ThreeLac that shows the formula has changed and it includes an infectious strain of bacteria that is Antibiotic resistant! It looks like all governments and health officials all over the world are labelling it as a pathogenic bacteria. Here is an excerpt:

The New England Journal of Medicine has this to say about enterococcus faecalis. "Although Enterococcus faecalis was once regarded as nonpathogenic, this opportunistic gram-positive coccus now ranks among the most troublesome hospital pathogens. It has intrinsic resistance to many Antibiotics and a remarkable capacity for developing resistance to others (x17,160)."

http://www.yeastinfectionadvisor.com/threelacreview.html
 

 
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