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beneficial yeasts/unhealthy yeasts


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My understanding is that a beneficial yeast, for example Saccromyces B, is not harmful to the host; whereas an unhealthy yeast, like Candida, produces toxic metabolites that can wreak havok. I believe that when there is a large colony of beneficial yeast or a constant incoming supply, it competes for space and crowds out the other. If there is a serious Candida problem, I don't think that a beneficial yeast alone will control it. I think it is more of a maintenance and prophylactic strategy.

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