Question About Ph and Candida
I am confused about the information related to the p H . How i know Candida grows in acidic not alcaline environment. The information in your site said otherwise. "Those who have a poor pH (potential hydrogen) level or are even mildly acidic can be people who experience (and are more prone to) candida problems. The higher your pH level, the more alkaline your body and being alkaline is something you want to strive for. Because candida yeast thrive and replicate in an acidic environment, getting to a more alkaline state will serve your good health in many ways including the reduction of candida bacteria overgrowthline p H.?"
Can somebody better explain this?