Treating Candida overgrowth relies largely on providing the body with what it was deprived of by the fungus through supplementing B vitamins with each meal. This means that you need to estimate your meal and complete it with the vitamins. If it’s completely acidogenic, like a cheese or ham sandwich, it requires supporting with 1/4 of a teaspoon of Flavon Kids or a tablet of B compositum and a bit of raw vegetables. If the meal consists in half of vegetables, this kind of support isn’t needed. If the meal contains sugar and refined flour, no support could balance that out and it will be like pouring water into a leaking pot.
Besides supplementing a set of B vitamins to the meals, it’s important to additionally supply vitamin B6 in the evening to absorb the magnesium accumulated through the day. Take it with the evening meal and after it, if any symptoms appear. Magnesium is the key element in fighting Candida and that’s why supplementation influences the pace of the body healing itself. People who eat heavier meals and don’t experience symptoms of a B vitamin deficiency (like allergic reactions, digestive issues) can supplement a whole tablet (50mg). Those who eat lightly and have a reaction to any change – half a tablet.