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Re: Candida and parasite connections
 
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Re: Candida and parasite connections


To add to the "bad news" (although I'd rather know what I'm up against): fungus like Candida spp and others behave differently depending on the environment they are in. Duplicating a human host in lab environment is almost impossible, hence, it is hard to tell what are those buggers capable of doing when threatened by our immune system. One of the things that we know for sure is that they release mycotoxins (which are the most toxic substances known to us!) when they find themselves in less then ideal conditions, something that I don't think was replicated in labs... so, I think that it is all that you said, and then some...

However, keep in mind that most if not all fungus produces chitin, so chitinase of any type should really make their life misearable if not impossible.
 

 
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