"Candida has an amazing ability to adapt almost instantly. If the rotation theory were true, you could only use a product once and never again, as the adaptation would have taken place."
"you could only use a product once and never again"...
If that particular "generation" of candida that adapted to the product eventually dies off wouldn't the new generation of candida that is living have to adapt to that product as well?
In other words, I guess it depends on the life cycle of each generation of candida. Lets say if the life cycle of candida is 2-3 weeks than it seems like you could reintroduce that product after taking a 2-3 week break from it?
So when you say you could only use a product once are you saying that candida has the ability to pass on this adaptation memory from generation to generation? It would be hard to believe that candida has this ability...
Seems like candida will eventually lose its memory adaptation ability allowing you to reintroduce the product at some point?
Candida's ability to adapt is amazing. It is downright mind blowing and can be extremely frustrating for sufferers.