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Tbrown2
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This didn't happen at first but it seems that now every time I take my dose of pure nystatin powder and Diflucan I herx my face off.

What's the best candida die off detox product?

I already take diatomaceous earth, red root, and use my FIR sauna every other day.

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I have no idea. Lemon water? Charcoal?

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Chelated molybdenum is extremely helpful for my husband. It helps convert the acetaldehyde produced by the candida to acetic acid which the body is then able to remove.
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Any particular brand?

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Yes brand name please

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We first started with the Douglas Labs - Molybdenum (Glycinate) 250 mcg, 100 Tablets

http://www.amazon.com/Douglas-Labs-Molybdenum-Glycinate-Tablets/dp/B0006SVZ0A/ref=pd_sim_hpc_1?ie=UTF8&refRID=0XTS8HE9889MA2G4CCAN

After the first few bottles of that we've been getting it from Swansons.

http://www.swansonvitamins.com/swanson-ultra-albion-chelated-molybdenum-400-mcg-60-veg-caps

Both have worked equally well, but the Swanson's is much easier on the pockets, so we continue to buy it when on sale.

I also like Doctor's Best Best NAC Detox Regulators, which contains selenium and molybdenum along with the NAC.

http://www.amazon.com/Doctors-Best-Detox-Regulators-Count/dp/B007HI7IZS/ref=pd_sbs_hpc_11?ie=UTF8&refRID=1084KG5EP0J198NFJ18E

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Are you on a noncandida diet? That should help starve the yeast too.
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I got an email that says Swansons is having a big sale this weekend.

All the Best, MattH

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quote:
Originally posted by Robin123:

Are you on a noncandida diet? That should help starve the yeast too.

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Absolutely the best way, but you can still get die-off since the yeastie beasties get hungry!

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I saw the Swanson sale might get some. Does molybdenum have to be treated like a regular binder or does it only effect candida.

I'm on a no sugar no white carb diet if that counts.

Thank you for the info!

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Gz 250 once a day or twice?

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At the lower dose, we took it 3x a day, then down to 2 once things were under control. The Swanson's just twice a day. Hubs has been hitting yeast again, and can do okay with once a day now.

Dosing for effect can be pretty individual. It usually takes about 3 days for hubs to get relief from it if he's having lots of die off and hasn't been taking it.

Molybdenum doesn't act like a binder as much as it assists with the breakdown and transformation of certain cellular metabolic byproducts and amino acids. We always take it on an empty stomach.

http://www.drweil.com/drw/u/ART03381/Molybdenum.html

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gz .. Do you know what the source of molybdenum is? It's a mineral, right? So the product should be gluten free?

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I noticed some brands say gluten free some don't lymetoo

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Douglas is a superior, quality manufacturer a company that doctors often prescribe. It's gluten free:

http://www.professionalsupplementcenter.com/DouglasLaboratoriesMolybdenum.htm?referrer=googleshopping&device=c&matchtype=&network=g&gclid=CjwKEAiA68WnBRCJxZr5qoaL3iMSJAAXIrr3eUutfX yEneXu-itK0n6inGnEjxpEjFCTTrCoLIRzFhoC8xXw_wcB

"This product contains NO yeast, wheat gluten, soy protein, milk/dairy, corn, sodium, sugar, starch, artificial coloring, preservatives or flavoring."

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Thanks! I was hoping to get Swanson's .. but I would have to call them first.

I like that site, ABX!

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I did a step-down way back when - from sugar to sweet fruit to no sweet fruit. I got over sugar cravings in 10 days.

So my question is, say we successfully get on a nonyeast diet for a long time. Would that be enough to starve them out or would we still have to take somehing for it?

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I beleive it depends on the amount of candida you have and immune system Robin. From what I've read it says a diet will keep it at bay but one slip up will make it grow thats why we need sometbing to scrub the intestinal walls and get rid of the roots

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I think that you also have to work to establish a good balance of bacteria in your intestines. Our intestines have more bacteria/yeast and other single cell organisms than our body has cells!

The key is to get to a good point of homeostasis in the gut of these organisms. If you get rid of the candida, you have to have something in its place.

I didn't have candida, but I had overgrowth of bad bacteria. I used fermented foods to rebuild healthy bacteria. I think you can't be in the initial stages of the candida diet and add ferments, but it might be something to do down the line.

At this point, years into it for me, once slip up has no effect, but it took years of working on the gut with anti-parasiticals, antibiotic herbs, colon cleanses, and ferments.

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