Yeasts cohabitate in a symbiotic relationship with more than 400 healthy intestinal bacteria. This bacteria/yeast flora helps produce short-chain fatty acids, vitamin K, biotin, vitamin B12, thiamin, and riboflavin. These bacteria also keep the yeast that inhabits our intestinal tract in check.
Candida albicans is a particular form of yeast found living in the intestinal tracts of most individuals. A minute amount of Candida present in the body is actually beneficial; it acts as a natural antibiotic and helps to limit the amount of harmful bacteria1.
The use of antibiotics or prescription steroids can often suppress or kill the body’s good bacteria, allowing yeasts to grow to unhealthy levels. Yeast overgrowth may result in numerous symptoms, making proper diagnosis difficult2,3. For example, Candidiasis is an infection that commonly affects the ears, nose, and urinary and intestinal tracts4,5.
An overgrowth of Candida can rob your body of the essential nutrients it needs by consuming all the sugars and starches in your digestive tract. Symptoms of excessive Candida can include:
If left alone, an overgrowth of Candida can eventually lead to chronic fatigue and/or bowel disease5.
The stability of the small bowel is accomplished by several physiological functions:
When one or more of these natural defenses are compromised, Candida overgrowth in the small intestine can result. The yeast binds to the lining of the small intestine and mounts its own defense mechanism preventing the body from removing it6, causing damage to the digestive tract. By disrupting that mechanism and establishing basal yeast levels in the small intestine, the body’s natural defense mechanisms can re-establish control of the normal microbial populations needed in order to have a healthy digestive tract.
1.Eur J Gastroenterol Hepatol. 2005 Jan; 17(1):21-6. Yeast metabolic products, yeast antigens and yeasts as possible triggers for irritable bowel syndrome. Santelmann H, Howard JM. Holistisk Senter, Oslo, Norway.
2.Pediatr Res. 2002 Mar; 51(3):290-5. Cecal colonization and systemic spread of Candida albicans in mice treated with antibiotics and dexamethasone. Bendel CM, Wiesner SM, Garni RM, Cebelinski E, Wells CL. Department of Pediatrics, University of Minnesota,Minneapolis, Minnesota 55455, USA.
3. Infect Immun. 2004 Sep;72(9):4996-5003. Role of antibiotics and fungal microbiota in driving pulmonary allergic responses. Noverr MC, Noggle RM, Toews GB, Huffnagle GB. Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, Department of Internal Medicine, University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-0642, USA.
4. Gut fermentation (or the ‘Auto¬brewery’) Syndrome: A New Clinical Test with Initial Observations and Discussion of Clinical and Biochemical Implications. Hunnisett A, Howard J, Davies S. J.Nutr.Med. 1990;1:33¬8
5. Med Hypotheses. 1995 Jun; 44(6):507-15. Chronic intestinal candidiasis as a possible etiological factor in the chronic fatigue syndrome. Cater RE 2nd.
6. Martin, Jeanne Marie and Rona, Zoltan P. The Complete Candida Yeast Guidebook. Rocklin, California:Prima Books, 1996.
|FORMULA OF NATURAL INGREDIENTS
including essential oils, chelators and enzymes that can reduce and suppress prominent yeast such as Candida
|MAINTAINS HEALTHY LEVELS
of yeast such as Candida in the gut
|HELPS MAINTAIN A HEALTHY GUT FLORA
which supports optimal digestive tract function
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The chart to the right shows Candida albicans growth in vitro with and without ThioZymeYD (minus B. subtilis, due to assay sensitivity).
What is ThioZymeYD?
ThioZymeYD is a formula of natural ingredients including essential oils, chelators and enzymes that helps maintain normal levels of Candida yeast in the gut, which supports a healthy gut microflora.
How does it work?
ThioZymeYD is built to establish the probiotic B. subtillis in the small intestine, allowing it to flourish and control Candida albicans growth by inhibition.
Is it Kosher?
The formula is not Kosher.
Is it Vegetarian or Vegan?
The formula is vegetarian and vegan in accordance with the guidelines of the American Vegetarian Association.
Is it non-GMO?
The microorganisms used to produce this enzyme product are not genetically engineered organisms as defined by the National Organic Standards Board. Genetically engineered is defined as follows:
Made with techniques that alter the molecular or cellular biology of an organism by means that are not possible under natural conditions or processes. Genetic engineering includes recombinant DNA, cell fusion, micro-and macro-encapsulation, gene deletion and doubling, introducing a foreign gene, and changing the position of genes. It shall not include breeding, conjugation, fermentation, hybridization, in-vitro fertilization, and tissue culture.
What is the regulatory status?
All of the individual components of the formula are Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS).
What is the recommended dosage?
Dosage: 1 Capsule 15 minutes before meals, 2 times daily.