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Rhodotorula is a saprophytic yeast. This type of yeast thrives on dead animals and dead plant tissues. There are about eight or nine species of rhodotorula. The most common one I see is rhodotorula mucilaginosa. I also sometimes see rhodotorula minuta, and there’s a third that also shows up now and then. Rhodotorula mucilaginosa is the one we usually find in people digestive systems.
Rhodotorula is a very strange kind of yeast. It’s not that hard to rid yourself of rhodotorula. In my clinical experience, it’s much easier to eradicate than Candida.
Rhodotorula responds very well to CanXida Remove. Start with taking two tablets per day for the first week and then go up to one tablet three times a day. Stay on that dose for about four to six weeks, and you should be able to clear the rhodotorula from the GI tract.
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My experience with rhodotorula is that it is accompanied by a reduction in beneficial lactobacillus. When you increase the levels of lactobacillus, the rhodotorula goes down. Once that happens, clients that tolerate some of the foods like rice and quinoa that were giving them trouble.
CanXida Restore, the bottle with the green label, allows you to introduce carbohydrates back into your diet more effectively. As you start noticing improvements, increase the dosage of CanXida Restore. This product helps break down carbs more effectively and should completely stop any maldigestion.
Don’t fear bugs like rhodotorula, geotrichum, or trichosporon. These are three yeasts I see commonly in addition to Candida. Compared to Candida, these yeast species are lightweights, particularly when compared to the more difficult Candida glabrata and Candida tropicalis. Compared to those “criminals” (and the “terrorist” Helicobacter pylori), rhodotorula is a petty criminal. It doesn’t take much to eradicate it.