The Saccharomyces Boulardii Candida Connection
When it comes to good and bad yeast, the real Saccharomyces boulardii Candida is a good guy. This fungus is classified as a type of yeast that has probiotic action.
It is used in conventional medicine as a drug in the treatment of many disorders in the gastrointestinal system. For simpler classification, this is a type of “good” fungus that can improve health.
Candida Albicans, as many people know it is also a fungus. Except this fungus populates in the genitals and the gastrointestinal tract to cause yeast infections.
Unlike the aforementioned, C. Albicans is a type of bad fungus that can cause unwanted infections if not controlled by medications.
A connection between these two types of fungi was made because their mechanisms of action and biological structures are such that the ‘good’ fungus can help destroy the ‘bad’ fungus in candida yeast infection and related conditions.
The yeast with probiotic action, S. Boulardii probiotic candida, has the ability to penetrate the cell walls of the bad fungus that causes infections in the intestines and the vagina, and can therefore prevent candida overgrowth.
As a result, it prevents the attachment of bad yeast to the brush border of the cell lining of the ileum (part of the intestines).
By preventing attachment of the bad yeast to the intestinal wall, the incidence of infections are lowered in the gut.
The Saccharomyces Boulardii Candida connection to yeast infections in the vagina is that a lower population of bad fungus in the gut will automatically translate to a lower population in the vagina. While this is a stretch for many to imagine, animal studies have shown a link between the two in animal testing.
The results of some S. Boulardii candida studies show that when the good yeast or the probiotic is used in the presence of bad yeast, it significantly reduces the growth of dangerous fungus. Thus is used to kill candida through the yeast connection.
These are favorable results for those women who may have tried other forms of therapy to combat candida infection that did not work. However, one should consult his/her doctor before using this medication as it has been known to cause rare systemic fungal infections.
Based on animal studies and some cell culture experiments, the S. Boulardii candida link makes a lot of sense and can treat candida overgrowth symptoms. One is a “good” strain of yeast that protects the intestines from infections and in many cases from existing infections.
The other is a bad strain of yeast that causes fungal infections in the vagina. When placed together, the good yeast inhibits the action of the bad fungus to restore balance in pH to the vagina and helps to overcome the existing infection.
Now that you know that Saccharomyces boulardii candida is an effective yeast infection treatment, it is time to introduce more of it to your diet. In addition to obtaining a candidiasis diet food list, consider starting with a candida cleanse.By Leo Brown