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Paragone/candizyme/probiotic
August 18, 2014
12:14 pm
renewlifesupport
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Dear graygone,

That can be recommended. I hope you don't mind - I'm sending your post to Brenda Watson's assistant and requesting she email you the chapter on Candidiasis from Brenda's recent book.

You might also consider joining Brenda's Wellness Community for free - http://bit.ly/rXcAmw - where you can search years of her answers to other people's questions and post direct questions to her there as well. Where the Renew Life site is specifically product oriented, Brenda's site offers some helpful support with various conditions. 

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August 16, 2014
12:22 pm
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Thank you for the responce! I do have one more question. I have heard that some people with candida buildup started out with 2 probiotic doses a day in order to jump start the healing process. Is this recommended? I am taking the 50 billion

August 15, 2014
3:46 pm
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Dear graygone,

It can be confusing at times. I understand. So glad you've written. I smiled at the "math problem".

Most important spacing is to keep the probiotics 2-3 hours away from the ParaGone. No problem taking the CandiZyme before you head to bed. It's not an issue to take it close to ParaGone. Best of course for last food at least 2-3 hours before bed. And we all do the best we can do.

Additionally, if you'd like to speak personally with someone and get more details if this hasn't answered all your questions, feel free to call our Product Specialists at 800-830-1800, M-F, 9a-5:30p EST.

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August 15, 2014
2:21 pm
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I am currently on my 4th day of paragone after suspecting a possible parasite problem and having digestive issues. However have decided to include an enzyme and probiotic (50 billion ultimate flora) to my regimen. I decided to go with candizyme instead of parazyme because upon further research I feel my issues may be related to candida. My question is, what is the optimal time to take all of these doses? I know the probiotic is not to be taken with the paragone, but what about the candizyme? Can it only be taken at night? I fear that taking it at night would be too close to my last paragone dose or food consumption. It's like a math problem I can't figure out!

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