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How good is Symbion vs other probiotics for Candida?

by Guy
(Mooresville,NC)

In 2017 I treated myself for Candida. I recall using Symbion, Biofase, and a Phage product. I am not really sure of this. I have had a recurrence, probably of Candida, and I am looking for the best products nowadays to cure it.

I remember back then I considered Threelac, but recall that Symbion was recommended over it- maybe for safety reasons. I am suffering from brain fog and I am just not sure. What would you recommend as the best combination of products to cure Candida? I think you helped me back then.

Thanks,
Guy


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by: Dan

Symbion contains the same bacteria as Threelac and I have done a Threelac review on this webpage if you care to take a look. Based on the ingredients, I suspect that Symbion is simply Threelac re-labeled.

If you take a look at the list of effective bacteria for Candida yeast on the probiotics page where you posted this question, you will be able to use that list to compare products.

However, we have had very good luck with Profase which contains 7 species of bacteria that are effective against yeasts.

We have also had very good luck with Custom Probiotics 11-Strain which contains nine species that are effective against yeasts.

Between the two it really comes down to personal preference. However, Profase contains Bacillus subtillis which is a very effective bacteria for Candida yeasts where the 11-Strain does not.

Any other questions let us know.

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