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Re: Probiotics and MMS
 
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Published: 7 years ago
 
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Re: Probiotics and MMS


 I thought prebiotics like inulin and FOS feed the good AND bad bacteria/yeast and that we get enough "natural prebiotics" from our diet?

Yes and no.  I actually addressed the claims about feeding bad bacteria here:

http://curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=1836383#i

FOS can feed Klebsiella for example, but at the same time the acids and bactericides formed by the fiber can kill the bacteria.  Therefore it is like still eating, which provides sugar for cancer cells, while killing off the cancer cells with other treatments.  As long as the cells are being killed off quicker than they can grow there is not an issue.

As for feeding yeast again this is misleading.  The fermentation of the fibers actually generate acids that control the growth of yeasts, and prevents Candida from converting in to its dangerous fungal form:

http://curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=1452732#i

http://curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=1452739#i

http://curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=1452747#i

Which of these 4 probiotics is recommeded?

1. Custom Probiotics 11 strain powder
http://www.customprobiotics.com/cust...-11-strain.htm


2. Custom Probiotics 5 strain caps
http://www.customprobiotics.com/cust...rmula-cp-1.htm


3. Klaire Labs 12 strain powder OR caps (these contain inulin and a "proprietary polysaccharide complex" that the company says will not feed the bad guys, but all my research says otherwise....what's the final say?)
http://www.klaire.com/prod/proddetail.asp?id=K-TCP
(Powder)
http://www.klaire.com/prod/proddetail.asp?id=V775-12
caps

I would go with number 3.  You really want as many different strains as possible since different strains can have different properties and benefits.


Also, why is it not advisable to take Vit C with Probiotics? I never heard of this before.

The acidity of the ascorbic acid (vitamin C) can kill the probiotics.

Lastly, if MMS is not good, what do u recommend I do? It's strange how MMS was so highly regarded as the new "cure-all" not too long ago, but now many see it as detrimental instead. . .

It is called sales hype.  Not the first product to be hyped up like this and it will not be the last.

 

 
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