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John Dough
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Re: Prostate swelling

Post by John Dough » Wed 27-Feb-2019 12:52 am

Quoting from optibacprobiotics website:

"Saccharomyces boulardii is unique in this database of the world's best probiotic strains, in that it is a non-pathogenic, transient (non-colonising) yeast, originally extracted from the lychee fruit, rather than a bacteria. S. boulardii is the only yeast that has been formally recognised as a probiotic, and it has multiple mechanisms by which it confers benefits to its host. It is recognised as having a broad anti-pathogenic action, due to its sticky outer surface which attaches to pathogenic bacteria such as Escherichia coli and Salmonella, and removes them from the digestive system. As a yeast itself, a much larger micro-organism than a bacterium, S. boulardii is able to effectively compete with and displace harmful yeast strains such as Candida. As part of its survival technique, it also produces anti-fungal substances such as capric, caprylic, and caproic acids, which discourage pathogenic yeasts in its environment."


"Start with 1 capsule twice a day (morning and evening) for the first week. Increase to 2 capsules twice daily for the second week. By the third week increase to 2 capsules three times daily. However you may find that sufferers don't need to reach 6 capsules a day, and that 3-4 work fine to reduce symptoms. It is advised that patients stay on this dose for a number of weeks/ months until you feel the Candida has sufficiently left the system, or until the appropriate tests have confirmed this. Just to note – it is recommended that you take S. boulardii away from other anti-fungals (2 hours gap should be enough). S. boulardii can sometimes cause constipation at high doses."

Quoting from imperfectlynatural website:

"Saccharomyces boulardii is an internationally acclaimed probiotic in the treatment of diarrhoea, IBS, IBD and Candida overgrowth. Although S. boulardii is a yeast itself, studies have shown it to reduce the levels of C. albicans in the body, by up to 90%. It does this through various methods. Firstly, being a friendly yeast it has the ability to seek out the same binding sites on the intestinal wall lining as C. albicans and effectively “crowd” it out, more effectively and directly than probiotic bacteria can. Secondly, S. boulardii produces and excretes capric, caprylic and caproic acids as well as other beneficial compounds. These compounds have been shown to actually kill C. albicans cells, as well as inhibit its ability to adhere to the intestinal lining and prevent biofilm formation. When trying to eradicate Candida overgrowth from the body, it is common to experience a side effect known as ‘die off’. This occurs when Candida albicans are destroyed and begin to breakdown in the body, releasing up to 70 different toxins into the bloodstream. This can cause existing Candida overgrowth symptoms to appear to worsen in the short term. It may be possible to experience ‘die off’ when taking S. boulardii probiotics, for this reason it’s best to build the dosage gradually."

Caution: This product may kill the beneficial bacteria. Follow up with bacteria based probiotics.
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Re: Prostate swelling

Post by John Dough » Wed 06-Mar-2019 7:09 pm

Quoting from dralexrinehart website:

"The medium chain saturated fats, caprylic and lauric acid, are found naturally in coconut oil and may inhibit growth of Candida according to research as old as 50 years. Monocaprylin and monolaurin are more biologically active monoglyceride forms than the triglyceride forms: caprylic acid and lauric acid. Monolaurin (also known as Lauricidin) has been demonstrated in the lab to reduce Candida albicans growth by 99% in as little as two minutes, and complete inhibition in five minutes. While caprylic acid and its monocaprylin form may be more potent for Candida infections, monolaurin may be more well tolerated at higher dosages. Monolaurin is also more selective, meaning that it focuses on the bad guys and leaves more good guys. Monolaurin also offers a wider spectrum of anti-fungal, antibacterial and antiviral activity than caprylic acid. If you have fungal overgrowth, there's higher risk that dormant viruses may become active, or bacterial overgrowth also exists. This makes monolaurin interesting because not only has it demonstrated anti-Candida properties in research, it may also offer support for any co-existing bacterial and viral infections, as well as synergy with other anti-fungal medications."

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Re: Prostate swelling

Post by John Dough » Thu 11-Apr-2019 11:06 pm

Quoting from the lifeextension website:

"Sex hormones exert significant influence over BPH development and progression. While many men are aware of a pro-growth role of a testosterone metabolite called DHT (dihydrotestosterone) in prostatic hyperplasia, few know that estrogen may also contribute to BPH"

Quoting from nicolejardim website:

"One of the most important functions of the liver is to break down and remove excess hormones from your body. There are two phases of liver detoxification. Fortunately for many of us, our phase 1 detox works really great so things get moved through pretty fast. Where we run into problems is phase 2 – it tends to be much slower. This creates a bit of a bottleneck and eventually a lot of the not-quite-broken-down toxins spill back into our system because the liver can’t accommodate them anymore because of the backlog. Glutathione is the master of all antioxidants and it is required by your body so it can properly detox every day. Basically it just mops up all the mess and helps your body get rid of it. Boost your glutathione levels with N-Acetyl Cysteine which is a precursor to glutathione."

Quoting from bulletproof website:

"the more fat cells you have, the more estrogen you will make. The more estrogen you make, the more fat you store. And then you make even more estrogen, and store more fat, and so on until you have more estrogen and fat than you know what to do with. Natural herbs and supplements like milk thistle, dandelion root tea, dandelion greens, glutathione, and calcium d-glucarate support the liver and help get rid of excess estrogen and all the other day-to-day yuck we run into."

Quoting from healthline website:

"Researchers have discovered that vitamin C may help increase glutathione levels by attacking free radicals first, thereby sparing glutathione. They also found that vitamin C helps reprocess glutathione by converting oxidized glutathione back to its active form. In fact, researchers have found that taking vitamin C supplements increased glutathione levels in white blood cells in healthy adults. In one study, adults took 500–1,000 mg of vitamin C daily for 13 weeks, leading to an 18% increase of glutathione in white blood cells. Another study showed that taking 500 mg of vitamin C supplements per day increased glutathione in red blood cells by 47%."

Quoting from gatewaynaturalmedicine website:

"glutathione is one of the most potent and powerful antioxidants in the human body. Here is the good and the bad: the good is our body has the ability to produce glutathione, the bad is due to our current lifestyle and environment most of us are deficient. Supplement NAC- this is my favorite way to increase GSH. NAC is not only the basis to glutathione production but it on its own processes powerful antioxidant properties as well. Pattern 2 (over consumers) these patients encounter or produce too many free radicals for the GSH to keep up, systemic yeast is a common denominator in these patients as yeast are both toxins and consumers of GSH."

Quoting from ncbi website:

"The aim of this study was to compare the efficacy of orally administered Lactobacillus reuteri (L. reuteri) versus nystatin in prevention of fungal colonization and invasive candidiasis (intestinal yeast overgrowth). CONCLUSIONS:
Prophylactic L. reuteri supplementation is as effective as nystatin, and more effective in reducing the incidence of proven sepsis in addition to its favorable effect on feeding intolerance."

Quoting from wheatbellyblog website:

"There are about a dozen studies that demonstrate that L. reuteri probiotic supplementation may yield some dramatic age-reversing effects. Increased blood testosterone levels in males dramatically (by up to 800% over the negligible levels seen in aged mice), as well as increasing testicular size. Was associated with slenderness, in comparison to overweight/obese unsupplemented mice. Was associated with greater physical activity and increased muscle mass."

"So we start with L. reuteri ATCC PTA 6475 provided by the Swedish company, BioGaia. Their product is called Gastrus and combines the ATCC PTA 6475 strain with the DSM 17938 strain. (Just Google “BioGaia Gastrus” to find a retailer.) Problem: There are only 100 million CFUs (live organisms) per tablet. I have not observed any substantial health benefits by ingesting the tablets. So I have been amplifying bacterial counts by making yogurt. The yogurt is thick, delicious, and contains a marked increase in bacterial counts. it is likely that trillions of CFUs are present (in one quart). People who consume 1/2 cup per day of this preparation are reporting the effects listed above."

Product review: Custom Probiotics L. Reuteri Powder
"Start with one adult scoop (0.8 gram, 224 billion cfu’s) of the probiotic powder first thing in the morning on an empty stomach (30 minutes prior to eating). Dissolve the powder in a glass of de-chlorinated water and drink it. The highest dosage we recommend is four adult scoops a day."


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