Posted by Flash (18.104.22.168) on October 28, 2000 at 05:46:23:
In Reply to: A Candida question...(with apologies to Flash) posted by Margi on October 24, 2000 at 11:25:53:
I don't see how a vascular headache can produce yeast (an independant organism).
There may however be 3 mechanisms whereby yeast can cause headaches:
1) The yeast lives in the intestines, the largest repository of 5HT.
2) The yeast drill holes in the intestinal wall, and enters the bloodstream, eventually reaching the brain.
3) Food particles also escape out these holes and also reach the brain.
I must also point out one other very impotant point - but I'll put it in it's own message... look for it under Saturday!
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