Yeast Ex, 90 caps, By Empirical Labs
Bile Movers, 90 veg. caps, By Alight Health Formulas™️
Molybdenum 500, 90 veg. caps, By Seeking Health®
Liposomal Curcumin/Resveratrol, 6 fl. oz, By Empirical Labs
Dr. Jill’s top 4 supplements for Gliotoxin.*
Dr. Jill’s Commentary
Gliotoxin opens the doorway to fungal infection. It’s also hard on the immune system, the liver, and the nervous system. The mycotoxin can cause sulfur sensitivity, which may show up as reacting to foods high in sulfur, such as garlic, onions, eggs, fish, and the Brassicacea family (broccoli, kale, cauliflower, cabbage, Brussels sprouts.)
Many of my patients who have a significant fungal yeast burden of Candida and other normally commensal yeast species are high in Gliotoxin, because it’s the most abundant metabolic product made when these particular fungi are in a growth phase.
The idea with Gliotoxin is to knock back fungus as quickly as possible, stop the fungal invasion, and prevent fungal production of infection-promoting Gliotoxin. That’s why in this case only, I begin with antifungals.
The first priority against Gliotoxin is antifungals. This marvelously formulated blend of herbs and nutrients has been a steady winner against the yeasts and molds that produce Gliotoxin in my practice.
Thiol-containing antioxidants, such as glutathione, N-acetyl cysteine, and alpha-lipoic acid may make Gliotoxin more potent, while bile acids do the reverse. That’s why this Bundle focuses on bile movers for detox rather than thiol-containing supplements.
While this may seem like “detox redundancy” with the Bile Movers above, these two added components bring extra yeast fighting help. Both are shown in studies to stop yeast in its tracks, while also providing incredible cell-protective effects against Gliotoxin.
Yeast and mold overgrowth can leave you depleted in this funny-sounding mineral. Molybdenum is an important catalyst for sulfur metabolism. Short-term repletion of this mineral helps my patients get their diet back on track, so they can once again eat the mold-fighting stinky foods like garlic, onions, eggs, fish, and Brassicaceas.
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