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What is Threelac
Threelac is a probiotic used particularly for the management of candida and yeast infections. However it works in a different way to the other similar natural health products on the market. Threelac is dearer than most helpful bacteria products, but we think that it is in a league of its own. We have had Threelac tested by a number of practitioners, dowsers, kiniesiologists and so on, and the feedback we get is consistent: which is that has a a unique effect in helping candida sufferers - surpassing most other probiotics, most of the time. This also corroborates the feedback we get from our customers. True, Threelac doesn't seem to help everyone, but there again, probably no product does.
We were the first people to sell this product in the UK, and not a day goes by when we don't have a customer calling us to tell us this the first thing that has ever worked for them (along with Oxygen Elements Max in a number of cases).
As its name implies, Threelac contains three forms of spore-forming lactic acid bacteria. These live microorganisms purge your intestinal tract of the parasitic, fungal form of Candida, and crowd out harmful dysbiotic microorganisms. The lactic bacteria contained in Threelac are Lactobacillus Sporogenes, Bacillus Subtilis and Streptococcus Faecalis.
This proprietary formula is teeming with live bacteria that start to work immediately to help rid the body of resilient candida organisms. People have reported results as soon as day one, though others have to take Threelac for a couple of months before they notice a difference. The manufactures claim that the secret behind Threelac's effectiveness is the micro-encapsulation process that gets the candida-fighting live bacteria safely past the acidic environment in the stomach. These oxygen-friendly bacteria go to work "dining" on anaerobic problem organisms that your body does not need. An added benefit is that it helps to balance the body's pH. Oxygen Elements Max users are at an added advantage because it creates a rich oxygen environment that Threelac loves.
Threelac works synergistically with other alternative health supplements such as Oxygen Elements Max and Active Digestive Enzymes, which are manufactured by the same company - Global Health Trax. Whilst Threelac works highly effectively on its own, these additional products will usually enhance its effects. For severe candida or irritable bowel difficulties we recommend all three products to be used. Threelac can be further supported by using candida management botanical products, such as Wild Endive Formula and Thyme Formula.
The Anti Candida diet
(Please also visit our FAQ page for further details on dosage, what to do if you feel lousy, or are not responding)
To eliminate candida or intestinal dysbiosis, use 2-4 packets of Threelac daily for 2-3 months (one before each meal of the day), and also consider taking the products mentioned above. If you aren't improving after a month or two, you may want to try as many as 5-6 sachets per day as well as some of our other candida management products. In most cases, after 2-3 months the dosage can then be lowered to one per day and you can stay on that dosage indefinitely if you feel you need to in order to prevent the candida coming back, and for general intestinal health maintenance.
Empty packet contents into mouth and let Threelac dissolve. Immediately drink a small amount (about 4-6 oz.) of water. If constipation occurs (this only happens occasionally), it is recommended that a colon cleansing products such as Colosan is used whilst continuing to take Threelac. Since Colosan is a helpful adjunct anyway in most cases for candida balancing, it can be used by more or less anyone.
Possible benefits of taking Threelac:
• Restoration of pH levels; a favorable pH is instrumental in the management of candidiasis.
• People usually notice the benefits after anything from about 1 to 8 weeks.
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