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Guys,Why not think that IBS is caused by an intestinal fungal overgrowth ???Candida is really worse than a bacterial overgrowth and cause many symptoms. I would like to see what happen if you follow an anticandida protocol for 3 months. A real anticandida diet plus antifungals. It could be great to see how many people get better or totally recovered. Jorge.
 

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Hadn't thought of that. I have always been a sugar addict extreme (which can cause candida). My IBS reared its ugly head when I started a diet and ate big salads every day. Your idea is certainly so0mething to look into!
 

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Guys,Why not think that IBS is caused by an intestinal fungal overgrowth ???Candida is really worse than a bacterial overgrowth and cause many symptoms. I would like to see what happen if you follow an anticandida protocol for 3 months. A real anticandida diet plus antifungals. It could be great to see how many people get better or totally recovered. Jorge.
I think it could definitely be a factor. I've been on so many antibiotics in the past 2 years because my regular doctor thought I had diverticulitis that I wouldn't be surprised if candida could be causing many of the symptoms I now have. I would like to learn more about an anticandida protocol. If you have or know where I could find said info I'd be very grateful.
 

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I think it could definitely be a factor. I've been on so many antibiotics in the past 2 years because my regular doctor thought I had diverticulitis that I wouldn't be surprised if candida could be causing many of the symptoms I now have. I would like to learn more about an anticandida protocol. If you have or know where I could find said info I'd be very grateful.
 
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