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Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Gut candidiasis (candida overgrowth) : The most common form of dysbiosis

It is unknown if dysbiosis is a factor in bloodborne BO/Halitosis. Dysbiosis can be caused by mostly bacteria and/or parasites and/or fungus overgrowth or inappropriate growth in the gut. Candida albicans (a fungus) is said to be the most common dysbiosis problem (either on it's own or as one of the pathogens present). Dr Orian Truss is regarded as the pioneer in discovering the link between health issues and gut candidiasis in the late 70s, and the late Dr William Crook is best known for popularising this hypothesis since the early 80s. Here is a website he started, now continued in his name and for his cause. Candida should alway be a chief suspect if you feel you have a low-grade gut infection, but it shouldn't be exclusively ruled in, or other factors be ruled out. Testing is probably the best policy. Dr Crook does an anecdotal questionaire, but nothing can be concluded from that.

http://www.yeastconnection.com/
Dr Podell explains the history of the gut candida overgrowth hypothesis

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