How goes the battle?! I have been doing much research, as some of you already know, and I have some important evidence which has enlightened me recently, it has to do with fungal.
My quest has lead me to e-coli bacteria in the gut. There are strange mutations going on, and some of them appear to be fungal in nature, although they start off as somethiong else.
Some of you may have had cultures come back showing elevated levels of e-coli, with no real explaination. This is a good clue.
I have many theories, but one thing is for certain--at least in my case---it is not from a natural source.
There may be a connection to Antibiotics
. The possibility that highly specific metabolites from some Antibiotics
[the source] have taken on a life of their own through DNA conjugation with bacteria like e-coli, or quite specifically e-coli.
This would not be the candida variety, that I am aware, but the end result is a yeast.
Never-the-lest, anti-fungal protocols are the way, but the over-all physiological consequences are extensive. And certain parasitic infections seem to result.
I think the main cause for sustained infection is low stomach acid. This cannot be resolved easily, as it involves several hormones, which are affected by chemicals produced by immune-reactions and the yeast\fungal itself. Shroom