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Should you use Threelac?

If you’ve been suffering from Candida overgrowth symptoms then you’ve likely tried a number of solutions.

These solutions could range from eating yogurt to colon cleanses and more.

Threelac is another option in the battle against Candida overgrowth; however, it is fair to say that Threelac is not for everyone. This article gives more detail:

Threelac is a product designed in Japan to combat Candida overgrowth. It’s been very successful in Japan for more than six years.

Global Health Trax, a facility in the United States which follows strict FDA guidelines, manufactures Threelac among many other nutritional products.

Who Shouldn’t Use Threelac?

Threelac contains casein. Casein is one of two proteins found in dairy products like milk, cheese and ice cream. The other protein is Whey.

If you’re allergic to diary, you’re probably allergic to one or both of these proteins. Though the amount of casein found in Threelac is less than 12 parts per million, if you have a dairy allergy you may want to avoid Threelac.

Additionally, if you’re vegan then casein is not part of your lifestyle choices as it is derived from animals.

Threelac also includes a very small amount of yeast. The yeast is present to activate the ingredients which include:

• Spore Forming Lactic Acid Bacteria (Bacillus Coagulans)

• Spore Forming Bacteria (Bacillus Subtilis)

• Lactic Acid Bacteria (Group D Enterococcus Faecalis)

If you’re allergic to yeast, then Threelac may not be the right product for you.

If you are pregnant or nursing, it is strongly advised to check with your physical before taking Threelac.

Additionally, if you’re suffering from any autoimmune diseases or other illnesses, check with your physician before taking Threelac

Who Should Take Threelac?

If you’ve been suffering from chronic candidiasis and are otherwise in good health, Threelac may be the product which finally helps you get rid of Candida overgrowth. If you’re uncertain if your symptoms are related to Candida overgrowth, take the saliva test.

Spit in a cup full of water first thing in the morning before you eat or drink anything. Check the water fifteen to thirty minutes later. If there are strings dangling from your saliva then you have an overgrowth of yeast or fungus.

Threelac is easy to take and most users consume one or two packets a day before meals with a glass of water. It isn’t unusual to have to take Threelac for three to six months or longer to eliminate Candida overgrowth.

That being said, you can improve the results of Threelac by making some notable lifestyle changes.

These lifestyle changes include reducing stress by exercising and getting enough sleep. Increasing your fiber and water intake will keep your digestive tract clean and free from Candida friendly bacteria.

It’s also important to eliminate or reduce sugary foods and foods which are easily converted into sugar by your body.

These include starchy foods like white flour and processed grains.

If you’re in otherwise good health, you’re not allergic to casein or yeast, and you’re willing to stick to a routine and improve your health habits then Threelac may be the ideal Candida reduction product for you.

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