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Re: Where is the candida located?
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Re: Where is the candida located?

Where is candida located?

Rumor has it that it's currently holed up in a cheap motel south of Cleveland, livin' it up with a few drifters on cheap beer and port wine. Always the derelict, that candida...

In all the reference materials I've come across, it's never been revealed that candida is limited (or thrives) in one part of the gut versus the other. I would think that, as long as the pH is reasonably appropriate, and as long as a few sugars or starches pass by, the hardy, robust yeast will be happy to reside pretty much anywhere. (Yeasts even reside in nasal passages and ear canals.) I suspect that any successful treatment will address candida in both the upper and lower gut. One difference is that Acidolphilus is the primary resident of the small intestine, while Bifido dominates in the large intestines, so probiotic colonics (if used) would steer more towards Bifido, I suspect, suggested by at least one book I've read.


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