Bile reflux caused by candida?

Answered on February 04, 2014
Created February 04, 2014 at 4:09 PM

Hi everyone.

I have severe digestive problems. I'm always bloated and in so much pain. For over a year I have been vomiting mucus and lots of bile.

I have no HCL but everytime I try a supplement it hurts so bad. I did a test from my stomach and it turns out I have a very rare type of candida: Candida Pulcherrima. I also have SIBO and lots of bad bacteria like citrobacter and klebsiella.

My question is what to do and what to eat. Because of Bile reflux I tried limiting all fats (also because I have really really slow digestion and fats just stay in my stomach until I vomit). But that just made my candida so much worse.

Could Bile reflux be due to candida and could I cure it by eating only fats and protein?



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on February 04, 2014
at 11:34 PM

study gut flora and the effects of grains especially wheat


on February 04, 2014
at 10:49 PM

Check out a product called Agrumax. It's a food supplement made up of citrus extracts. Apparently amazing at killing off candida! You put 8 drops into about an ounce of water and drink it fast followed by another glass of water. Do this 3 times a day for a month and you'll feel much better!



on February 04, 2014
at 09:43 PM

Did you by some chance have your gall bladder removed? I only got those after I had mine out. After that, I had to take digestive enzymes with Betaine HCL and oxbile before each meal. For me, taking out the wheat got rid of the reflux.

The SIBO is a big clue however; bacterial overgrowth in the small intestine can cause reflux by creating gas which then goes back up through the stomach and up the esophagus. Treating the SIBO would probably be the right path. You'd need some sort of antifungal that kills candida (which isn't a bacteria, but a yeast). I'm not sure, but perhaps olive leaf extract, or oregano oil might help, but no idea what dose or protocol.

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