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Is cellulase enough for the Candida yeast carb biofilm?

by Alexandre
(France)

Hello. I take a supplement which has all the enzymes for lipids, proteins, plus serrapeptase and nattokinase. For the carb part of the biofilm, it only has cellulase in it in large amounts but no glucoamylase, chitosanase, hemicellulase, beta-glucanase. Can cellulase alone do the job or do I need the other carb enzymes? Thanks.
Best regard.

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by: Dan

In large amounts it should work because typically cellulase has chitosanase and beta-glucanase side activity and will digest the cellulose, glucans and chitins in the biofilm and cell wall.

Obviously, if you also took an enzyme product that also had beta-glucanase and chitosanase while still having high levels of cellulase it would be more effective. However, if those were added to the formula but cellulase was reduced it would nullify its effectiveness. Subtracting one to make room for another results in a neutral effectiveness.

There are different types of polysaccharides, which are a type of sugar in both structures. Amylase, glucoamylase, invertase, and somewhat hemi-cellulase digest these sugars.

If I was using cellulase only like you are, I would make sure I was consuming at least 120,000 units twice a day if possible.

Any other questions let me know.

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