How to Treat Candida Albicans Yeast Infections the Right Way

This webpage will show you how to treat candida albicans yeast infections the right way based on real stool tests results. It will also incorporate what you need to do based on what we know about this species of yeast.

It will not have anything to do with so called miracle home remedies such as eat yogurt, drink apple cider vinegar, eat an alkaline diet, eat fermented foods, or any other such bs. Sure they may help, or in some cases make it worse, but they are not valid treatments for something as pathogenic as candida albicans, a yeast that is more than capable of killing any human being.

Over the years I have worked with many people helping them treat candida albicans infections. Some of them actually went ahead and did stool tests so we would know what were the best herbal anti-fungals to use. I saved all these tests and I am going to use what I have on hand, within reason, to lay out a plan for you. You will then be able to follow it step by step and should have very good results.

Lets get to it...

What You Need to do to Treat Candida Albicans Successfully

What We Know

We know that candida lives in a ph range of 2.5 to 8.0. We know that it prefers oxygen and can double its population in 2 hours if conditions are right in such an environment. It grows best at a temperature of 98.6, same as the human body. It uses carbohydrates as the sole source of carbon for growth.

Now we can't do anything about ph because the human body falls within its preffered ph range. We can't do a thing about oxygen because human beings need oxygen to survive. Our body temperature is 98.6 so there isn't much we can do about that either. We can however control how much sugar and simple carbohydrates that we put in our mouths and stop feeding it.

So, follow the candida diet on this webpage, and here is a candida diet good food list.

Candida albicans, like all species of candida, builds a biofilm over the top of itself in order to hide from the host immune system. So we need something to get through that biofilm and expose the candida itself to anti-fungal agents that will kill it. Whether those agents are drugs, such as Diflucan or herbs, it doesn't matter, Diflucan and most herbs lack the ability to strip biofilms. The enzymes on this webpage can do this with Biofase being the best.

Once you begin to strip the biofilm you should start killing it with herbs that are proven to do so. On this webpage I have listed quite a few herbs that have anti-fungal properties. You could pick 4 or 5 of them or take a blended product such as Microfase and follow this treatment system, or follow what I am going to suggest based on the stool tests. With the stool tests, they have actually tested the specific strain in a petry dish to determine what inhibited it the best.

Lets take a look at Stool Test 1

Here we see Bacteroides at 4+, Bifidobacteriums at 3+, Esherichia at 3+, Lactobacillus at 1+, Enterococcus at 2+, Clostridium is at 4+. We really want to see Bifidobacteriums at 4+ and Lactobacillus at 4+ so this person needs to bring these numbers up. By doing so, these bacteria attach themselves along the intestinal wall which would crowd out any yeast or bad bacteria.

In the Imbalanced section, we see Klebsielia at 1+ and Enterobacter cloacae at 3+. Both of these bacteria are pathogenic so we want those levels as low as possible or not see them at all.

In the yeast culture section, section we see that this person has candida albicans at 2+. Normal stool test levels of candida albicans would be undetectable.

Scrolling down we see Calprotectin and Lysozyme are elevated, which indicate that the intestines are inflammed due to infection.

In the next section, we see what has the greatest inhibitory effect on the candida albicans that was found in this persons stool.

Caprylic acid, plant tannins, and grapefruit seed extract all have an effect with gse being the best. Nystatin also works well and so do Fluconazole, Itraconazole, and Ketoconazole.


Lets take a look at Stool Test 2

This person has 1+ Bacteroides, NG of Bifidobacteriums. NG of Escherichia, NG Lactobacillus, 2+ Enterococcus, and 2+ Clostridium. NG means No Growth but that does not mean these species of bacteria aren't there, it means that the levels are so low they couldn't detect them. If there were a few of each they could all come back in time but in my opinion, this person needs to seriously consider doing a fecal matter transplant. Why wait years for regrowth when you could cut your healing time down to months.
 
In the Imbalanced section we see 2+ Bacillus spp.

We also see 2+ candida albicans.

Scrolling down we see that berberine, caprylic acid, undecylenic acid and grapefruit seed extract have the best effects. Plant tannins would also be worth considering.

Drug wise, Nystatin, Fluconazole, Itraconazole, and Ketoconazole all work well.


Lets take a look at Stool Test 3

Scrolling to page 2 we see NG of Lactobacillus, 4+ Escherichia, 3+ of Bifidobacteriums. In the additional section, we see 4+ of Streptococcus, 2+ of Staphylococcus, and 3+ Enterobacter. Candida albicans comes in at 1+. They have listed all of these as NP, which means non-pathogenic but all can cause problems, especially the Staphylococcus and candida albicans.

Scrolling down we see that berberine, garlic, Undecylenic acid, and Uva-Ursi with Uva Ursi being the best all have inhibitory effects.

In the drug section Fluconazole and Voriconazole would both work.

If you did one of the stool tests I talk about on this webpage, you would know what worked for your particular strain of candida albicans as well. If you don't want to do a stool test, read on...

The Plan to Treat Candida Albicans

Looking at the 3 stool tests we see that caprylic acid, plant tannins, grapefruit seed extract, berberine, undecylenic acid, and uva ursi work the best on these three sub-strains of candida albicans. It is my suggestion that you use all of them and you should add in a biofilm stripper and probiotic to help you recover long term.

Here's what you need.

Biofase

Profase

Berberine

Uva Ursi

Caprylic Acid

Plant Tannins - Tanalbit

Undecylenic Acid - SF722

Grapefruit Seed Extract


Directions

Week One

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Biofase Take 1 capsule 1 hour before breakfast and 1 capsule 30 minutes before bedtime.
Profase Take 1 Profase with Biofase twice a day.
Tanalbit Follow the directions on the label.
Berberine Take 1 capsule 30 minutes before breakfast and dinner.
Caprylic Acid Take 3 capsules 30 minutes before breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Uva Ursi Take 3 capsules at lunch time.

Week Two

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Biofase Take 2 capsules 1 hour before breakfast and 2 capsules 30 minutes before bedtime.
Profase Take 2 Profase with Biofase twice a day.
Tanalbit Follow the directions on the label.
Undecylenic Acid Take 5 capsules 30 minutes before breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Grapefruit Seed Extract Take 1 capsule 30 minutes before breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Week Three

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Biofase Take 3 capsules 1 hour before breakfast and 3 capsules 30 minutes before bedtime.
Profase Take 2 or 3 capsules Profase with Biofase twice a day.
Tanalbit Follow the directions on the label.
Berberine Take 2 capsules 30 minutes before breakfast and dinner.
Caprylic Acid Take 3 capsules 30 minutes before breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Uva Ursi Take 3 capsules at lunch time.

Week Four

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Biofase Take 3 or 4 capsules 1 hour before breakfast and 3 or 4 capsules 30 minutes before bedtime.
Profase Take 2 or 3 Profase with Biofase twice a day.
Tanalbit Follow the directions on the label.
Undecylenic Acid Take 5 capsules 30 minutes before breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Grapefruit Seed Extract Take 2 capsules 30 minutes before breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Beyond Week Four

You are going to start running out of some of the anti-fungals anytime now but you might want to consider continuing on with what's left until they are all gone. If you do this, keep taking Biofase and Profase to continue the stripping of the biofilm allowing the herbs to work more effectively.

After you run out of herbs, it would be my suggestion to continue Biofase and Profase for a few more months so you don't relapse and your bacteria levels are able to recover.

If you had a Lactobacillus at 1+, like we saw in Stool Test 1, you are looking at at least six months to a year recovery time. During that time, maintaining a balanced intestinal environment is imperative, Biofase and Profase will help you do that. Diet will as well and I do suggest you keep following the candida diet found on this website or at least cut way back on the sugar and simple carbohydrates because they feed pathogens such as yeast and bad bacteria. Your good bacteria love to eat plant fiber so make sure you eat plenty of fresh vegetables.

If this plan doesn't work for you and you are 100% certain you have candida albicans, I don't know what will.

If all this seems like to much, you could do this simple system instead.

If you want to do one of the stool tests I recommend on this webpage, you could email the results back to me and I will give you my opinion.

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