Author: Dr. Alberto Villoldo

2019 Feb 12 —S. boulardii, the friendly yeast

Last week we discussed the pesky yeast, Candida, and its arch-nemesis S. boulardii. You might be unfamiliar with S. boulardii, but it has a track record as a probiotic spanning more than 60 years. A company called Florastor sold more than 11 billion doses in...

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2019 Feb 05 —The Toxic Effects of Candida

Recently, I wrote about deadliest toxin found in nearly every kitchen in America: sugar. Well, In addition to all the sugar-related perils mentioned in that blog, today we’re discussing one more: Candida. There are no known benefits to the human body of Candida. The job of...

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2019 Jan 15 —The Practice of Indigenous Alchemy

The Practice of Indigenous Alchemy is the fourth lesson in The Way of the Sage, the last of The Four Insights—wisdom teachings long protected by secret societies of Earthkeepers. The Laika are keen observers of nature. They take notice of how the beehive and the anthill behave like...

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