Urgent need for HELP!!!
A family member has been told they have Candida Krusei in the gut
(found in stool) at a Pre-Pathogen level (2+). I've combed the web
and found very little to treat it with as it's very resistant to most drug
and natural anti-fungals. All I find treatment protocols for is for the
blood-borne type and the prognosis is poor. It also can form Biofilms
and appears to be very rare to have this (1 to 3%) although I don't
know if many people have small amounts of it. The probable cause
was steroid intake or the very low gut bacteria diversity due to past
intake of many antibiotics for strep.
I read about Diatomaceous Earth, Nattokinase, Lumbrokinase and
BFB ! and 2 as Biofilm busters. NAC is mentioned here and there
to bust Biofilm as well. What do you think of them? I also read that
one must reduce calcium, magnesium and iron intake as Biofilm
uses them to build its matrix. That seems dangerous for bones
unless it's short term. Also, the Marshall Protocol mentions the
Vit D receptor and says to curb Vit D intake, take low dose anti-
biotics and anti fungals and some other suggestions. It says the
problem involves the Th1 receptor.
To say the least, we're overwhelmed. We have no doctor to go
to who knows what to do. The gastro doctor didn't ever have a
diagnosed case of this till now, so she has no protocol for it.
We don't know how fast this yeast grows or turns pathogenic,
so it's scary. If you don't get it all, the part remaining is stronger
and more resistant to the treatment used and there's little to start
with as a treatment.
What do you know about it?