Saturday, 1 October 2016

Chitin inhibitor


CANDIDA RELEASE works by inhibiting the production of something called CHITIN. Chitin is found in insects and fungus and it is created by these organisms as an exoskeleton. Think of it as a natural armor suit. The yeast, Candida, also produces its own layer of chitin in its cell wall; this is the reason why it can be so hard for the human body’s immune system to attack it. A Chitin synthesis inhibitor is a compound that prevents the yeast from producing this layer of chitin to protect itself and without this protection your body can naturally attack and kill the fungus.
What makes CANDIDA RELEASE such a great solution to your Candida infection is that it is a totally inert chemical that has no effect on ANY of the human systems. As humans have no body processes that involve the creation of chitin, then taking CANDIDA RELEASE will have no effect on the human body – it will however make the yeast vulnerable that’s infecting your system.
The compound found in CANDIDA RELEASE has been tested for many years on mammals and has shown consistently to have zero adverse effects, even when taken in massive dosages. CANDIDA RELEASE also has no known drug interactions as it is an inert compound.
Even if you have not had a test for the Candida yeast but still suspect it is causing you ill health, taking chitin synthesis inhibitor will not affect you negatively if you do not have Candida. If you think you have the slightest chance of an infection of this yeast then to go ahead and take the chitin synthesis inhibitor as it is completely safe and harmless to humans and mammals! Chitin synthesis inhibitor really is the safest and easiest treatment that you will find for Candida albicans.
In plain English – The fungus that previously was protecting itself from your immune system has now lost its armor and ready to be knocked out of your body.
Chitin synthesis inhibitor has for decades been widely used over-the-counter as a veterinary remedy available in pet shops under the name ‘PROGRAM’ and is given to dogs or cats once a month and it prevents flea larvae from growing into adult fleas by interfering with their Chitin synthesis. Chitin is the hard substance the exoskeleton of insects is made of. In actuality you could actually buy ‘PROGRAM’ and use this to treat yourself as it is approved for human consumption. However, in order to buy the correct dosage for your weight it would end up costing you thousands of dollars.
The interesting fact about Chitin is that it is not just used by insects and arthropods; it also is a key part of the fungal cell wall of many fungal species. Fungi, including Candida albicans, quickly die when there are holes in their cell walls, and that is what quickly happens when their Chitin production is stopped. The fungus ‘bleeds’ to death; Its protoplasm simply escapes due to the intracellular pressure. Candida forms long mycelia strands in human tissue but it is under constant environmental stress. It has to constantly replace damaged cell wall due to mechanical friction, chemical degradation and immune system action.
If Candida is prevented from repairing its cell wall, holes will ensue within hours. What happens is that instead of producing a strong Ergosterol – Chitin cell wall matrix, the Candida produces a weak, ‘leaky’ Ergosterol cell wall with holes where the Chitin should have been, quickly leading to catastrophic failure of its cell wall in multiple spots, causing its contents to run out, killing the Candida fungus.
In some serious cases, a chronic Candida infection merely becomes temporarily suppressed and will come back less virulently, because the Candida, when it manages to acquire resistance, is forced to mutate into a form that does not use Chitin, resulting in a weaker Candida version, easier to get rid off by the immune system or with Ergosterol-targeting antifungals (the “azoles” such as Diflucan).

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