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287 Biofilm Candida – Brain Fog – Fresco -2

biofilm, yeast, candida, brain fog

Candida and its protective biofilm change gut function, contribute to malabsorption and directly affect brain function. This CBJ interview spells out details.

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2 Comments

  1. Kimberly Pearce on 01/07/2019 at 4:52 AM

    I was diagnosed of Lyme disease four years ago. I was so terribly sick. I think my worst complaint was the severe headache. I was taken doxycycline hyclate 100 mg as treatment for Lyme disease, twice a day for 21 days. and didn’t seem to be improving. I did not display a rash or any kind of bull’s eye. Diagnosis was from blood test. We tried every shots available but nothing worked. My Lyme Disease got significantly worse and unbearable because of her cognitive thinking. In 2015, our physician advised we go with natural treatment and was introduced to Organic Herbal Clinic natural organic Lyme Disease Herbal formula, I had a total decline of symptoms with this treatment, the fever, joint pain, weakness, shortness of breath, and anxiety. and others has subsided.

    • Dr Charles Parker on 01/13/2019 at 4:45 PM

      Thanks so much for this comment – I did go over to consider that Clinic and do hope to have them on the CBJ podcast asap! Noted especially was their excellent interest in biofilms which are so often overlooked and regularly contributory to treatment failure. This particular Episode w Dr. Fresco does address a number of these issues. Let’s keep this discussion going!
      cp

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