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Re: Intestinal Fungal Candida
 
dvjorge Views: 2,330
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Re: Intestinal Fungal Candida


Do you want a definitive test to detect an intestinal fungal overgrowth ??

The test exist and rules out the infection.

Candida Immune Complexes in blood. It is done by Genova Lab.

If this test is negative, you don't have a fungal overgrowth.

There are people who have symptoms affecting remote organs and systems caused by metabolites expelled by an excess of yeast monocells in the gut. This is very common and the prelude of a fungal overgrowth.

However, when the germination occur as a result of an immunologic alteration or any other cause, yeast cells explodes to elongate releasing soluble fragments of its cell wall that cross the intestinal lining and circulate in the blood. When this happens, the immune system react to the presence of antigens an antibody binds with them creating an immune complex.

These immune complexes are seen under the microscopy when the blood is analyzed.

This phenomenon only happens when yeast morphogenesis occur inside the intestines.

As you see, this test was designed to detect an intestinal fungal overgrowth an is a definitive diagnostic tool for it.

You can order the test online in different places without a Dr referral.

I have given this information to many candida sufferers interested in this test and all have been positive.

Jorge.
 

 
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