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Acidophilus can help protect the body against harmful bacteria, parasites, and other organisms. As it breaks down, it releases things such as hydrogen peroxide that create a toxic environment for unhealthy creatures in the body, helping to drive them out. It also plays an important role in digestion, helping to produce a number of chemicals which aid in the digestion process.

Many alternative modalities of healing look to acidophilus for a wide range of health benefits. In addition to basic digestive assistance, acidophilus is thought to help bolster the immune system as a whole. It is also thought to provide some relief from intestinal problems, such as diarrhea.

The fungal infection of Candida more commonly referred to as a yeast infection when it affects the genital area, is thought by some to be controlled by acidophilus. Since acidophilus occurs naturally in the genitals, and plays a role in warding off such infections, some people advocate topical treatment. The topical application of yogurt, which contains acidophilus, is thought by many to help relieve and ultimately cure a yeast infection. Oral ingestion is also recommended, either of yogurt, or of an acidophilus supplement.

Because antibiotics kill the so-called probiotics, such as acidophilus, as well as harmful bacteria, many people feel that an antibiotic regime can lead to outbreaks of numerous problems, including yeast infections. It is recommended by many to take supplements of acidophilus and eat acidophilus-rich foods for a period of time after completing a regimen of antibiotics.

Here is a healthy and cleaner colon, the bacteria can easily reach the walls of the colon and all the vitamins and nutrients we get from food can now be absorbed, boosting our immunity. When you get a colonic you are at your cleanest point in the day, making it THE BEST time to get some acidophilus (aka probiotic) so it can reach the clean walls and you can get 100% absorption.
Here we see the good bacteria (acidophilus) trying to get to the walls of the colon to absorb. Because of plaque and dirty matter it has nowhere to go. Therefore decreasing our immunity and making us sick. Nutrients from food at this point can not be absorbed.


This is a picture of a clear tube – candida free

This is a picture of a tube – full of candida

Definition of Candida Albicans Candida (sometimes referred to as monilia) is a fungus that is normally present on the skin and in mucous membranes such as the vagina, mouth, or rectum. The fungus also can travel through the blood stream and affect the throat, intestines, and heart valves. Typical candida symptoms may include jock itch, depression, dry, itchy, flaky skin, anxiety, recurring irritability or mood swings, heartburn, indigestion, lethargy, food and environmental allergies, joint soreness, chest pain, acne or other skin problems, migraine headaches, recurring cystitis/vaginal infections, premenstrual tension, and menstrual problems.

Description of Candida Albicans Candida becomes an infectious agent when there is some change in the body environment that allows it to grow out of control.

Candida can cause the following problems depending upon the organ infected:

  • in the kidneys can cause blood in the urine
  • in the heart can cause murmurs and valve damage
  • in the lungs can cause bloody sputum (mucus discharge)
  • in the eyes can cause pain and blurred vision
  • in the brain can cause seizures and acute changes in mental function or behavior