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What Is Lufenuron Is It Any Good For Candida?

September 1, 2019


Thank you for tuning into my video today.
Is Lufenuron any good? Is it good against Candida? Well, let’s just first have a look
at what Lufenuron is. There’s a website called CandidaCleanser.com
and they’re marketing a product, a chitin synthesis inhibitor, basically called Lufenuron.
Lufenuron is a registered product for killing fleas. It’s an insect treatment. It wasn’t
designed for humans whatsoever. I get quite alarmed when people jump on the bandwagon
and try to look for an opportunity to market and make a lot of profit on a product. It’s
just crazy. This product should not be used for Candida, and I’m going to go into several
other videos and explain why. I’ve had many patients come to see me through
Skype and also face to face and on the telephone in the last several months, probably 7, 8
months, 12 months, who’ve been on this Lufenuron treatment that have had terrible side effects
like vomiting, nausea, diarrhea, several patients have been hospitalized even with this product. I’ve never seen such violent reaction with
any kind of antifungal product on the market as I have for Lufenuron. You should not use
this product. It was not designed for human consumption. It was designed for animals likes
cats and dogs because what it does is it works on fleas on the exoskeleton, so Lufenuron
stops chitin development on the skeleton of insects. Now there is some chitin compound found in
fungal cell walls to varying degrees, but as Jeff McCombs, a Candida expert like myself
points out, when you look at Candida, Candida is a very clever organism. It’s going to evade
capture. It’s going to change its chitin to varying degrees in its fungal wall basically
to evade capture, so throwing a chemical like this in the body is no guarantee at all that
it’s going to work and cure you from Candida. What really annoys me about this website also
is they say that weird diets don’t work. Antifungals don’t work. The only thing that works is Lufenuron.
What a load of crap! Diets do work against yeast infections. If you look at typical diets
like Dr. McCombs and I recommend, they’re not weird diets. You just need to stop eating
damn sugar. You need to take sugar out of your diet. It’s not a stupid weird diet. These stupid websites like CandidaCleanser.com
basically don’t care about your diet. They just want to sell you some expensive product
and let you eat whatever you want to eat, so you’re going to perpetuate Candida. The
only way to get rid of Candida is lifestyle and diet. It’s the only way apart from cremation
or death maybe; it’s the only way. Antifungals do help, but they are not the
be all end all and you certainly don’t want to use an antifungal and continue with a ridiculous
diet thinking that you’re going to get rid of your Candida. By living a clean, natural,
healthy lifestyle. Making the right diet choices. Drinking plenty of water. Resting up. Understanding
your connection with stress and immunity and Candida. These are ways you’re going to get
rid of a yeast infection permanently. Not by taking some sham product that was designed
to kill fleas, so don’t get suckered into Lufenuron. It is not a good product to cure Candida.
The only thing it’s going to get rid of is it’s going to make your wallet a lot skinnier.
You’re going to lose a lot of money with this product, and you could be potentially also
vomiting and have nausea and severe diarrhea taking this product, so buyer beware. My recommendation;
stay clear from this product. Thanks for tuning in.

2 Comments

  • Reply Candida Crusher December 20, 2017 at 6:27 pm

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  • Reply Stacie Anderson September 17, 2018 at 4:26 am

    I used lufeneron twice in the past which worked to get my yeast issues to go away. I had no reactions or issues. I recently took antibiotics again and now need to get more so did research online since it has been years since I last took it and I couldn't remember where I got it. My diet was always good.

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