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Re: Necessity of Colonics After Liver Flush
Michael B Views: 2,682
Published: 11 years ago
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Re: Necessity of Colonics After Liver Flush

Bile salts do have antifungal properties but it is primarily the alkaline pH of bile that pisses candida off, which can be as high as 8.8 to 9+ in healthy bile. Sodium bicarbonate has been highly successful as a treatment against candida because of its alkaline pH which is 8.4 to 8.9.

Also, it should be noted that candida's high lypolytic activity is correlated to its use of lipase as a protective biofilm. Bile, as you know, emulsifies fats and so healthy bile flow may reduce/dissolve candida's bioflim.

But at least we agree that more bile flow = good :)

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