I don't know if you understand any of what you read - in your argumentative frenzy - but I DO have some chronic hepatitis.
I mentioned it before.
Increasing the flora is one of the silliest things I've heard - intestinal flora is always there: 85% lactobacilli and 15% potentially pathogenic organisms. Dysbiosis is a reversal of this equilibrium and must be corrected. There is no such thing as lack of flora! There may be intestinal fauna though! ha ha ha
But this will never happen in the presence of serious candida proliferation - candida just eradicates the lactobacilli. And lactobacilli are not known to implant and form viable colonies if intestinal walls are completely inflammed.
I have been on high counts probiotics VSL#3 and Custom Probiotics for months. Also mentionned it before several times.
So tell me why with 450 billions different lactobacilli that I take twice a day, why have I not conquered candida yet?
I come here to find answers, not long drawn conflictual arguments.