Dr. Oz, First Magazine! Chlorophyll deactivates systematic yeast
Forum: Candida & Dysbiosis Forum
"Groundbreaking experiments conducted at Oregon State University in Corvallis reveal that chlorophyll, the plant pigment that's concentrated in green leaves, binds to mytoxins, highly acidic waste products made by fungi and yeast, to block these toxins from entering the bloodstream. That makes vivid drinks containg the compound potentially life-changing for the 70% of American women/men who suffer from an overgrowth of Candida albicans. This yeast produces more than 90 mycotoxins, which trigger symtoms as wide-ranging as persistent fatigue, chronic sinusitis, allergies, car cravings, and vaginal infections.
Given the range of mycontoxxins that C. albicans produces, it's clear that chlorophyll's ability to disarm them removes a major barrier to weight loss...
c. albicans thrivs in the acidic envirnment produced by it's own waste, and pumps out even more mycotoxins in the process. But chlorophyll has a natural alkaline ph that nuetralizes acidic mycotoxins to halt this damaging cycle."
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