The End ME/CFS Project: History Taking Root
The history books record that in the nineteenth century Louis Pasteur formulated a “germ theory” of microbes as the causative agents of disease, and thus revolutionized medicine. His findings, along with his contemporary, John Snow (who linked cholera to infected water supply),...
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Discussion in 'Fungal Infection (Yeast, Candida)' started by keenly, Aug 21, 2010.

  1. keenly

    keenly Senior Member

    It contains fruits, right? which mean sugar?

    I took some last night and i am EXTREMELY bloated today.

    I bought it to help with biofilms

    any thoughts?
  2. dannybex

    dannybex Senior Member

    My guess is 'no'...

    Triphala is made from fruits, but three fruits specifically chosen to help strengthen, balance, and cleanse the digestive tract. The bloating doesn't necessarily mean it's 'feeding' the candida. It could be 'fighting' could be helping to get rid of it, and/or other possibly nasty bugs in one's gut.

    Also...looking at it a different way, if one eats some meat and potatoes (or similar) for dinner, and halfway through decides to have a bowl of fruit...that often causes bloating, gas, etc., -- due soley to the strange combination of foods eaten at one time. Fruit is usually best to eat before a meal, or an hour or so after a meal.

    You might try using half as much tonight, and make sure to take it a couple hours away from meals. Some of the bloating may also be due to it interacting with other foods...


    Just my two cents. :Retro smile:

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