B Vitamins and Candida Overgrowth
(Brooklyn, NY, USA)
It's stated on this site that "Candida ablicans, Candida tropicalis and Candida parapsilosis need biotin to grow. Candida albicans also likes thiamine, pantothenate, nicotinic acid, p-aminobenzoic acid and vitamin b12. Candida glabrata needs niacin and pyridoxine...". So, are B vitamins off limits? How about foods high in B vitamins (i.e. organ meats)?
I have been diagnosed with mild neutropenia; it appears to be genetic as I am not immunocompromised. I am also dealing with severe candida overgrowth and iron deficiency anemia. I feel better and my candida symptoms lessen when I take a combination of B12, B6 and Folate along with Bovine Spleen Extract (rich in iron) to treat the anemia. But, I am concerned that the B vitamins might be feeding the candida.
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