I’ve had quite a few people hitting me up via emial lately about Threelac, they wanted me to give a Threelac Review – and honestly – You’ll probably do better without it. Here’s why:
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What is Threelac?
Threelac is a citrus flavored dietary supplement. It is a probiotic that allegedly helps in managing Candida yeast infections. It helps to correct the imbalances in a person’s digestive system. It was originally discovered in Japan but is now well known almost everywhere. It can be easily ordered online on amazon.com.
How does Threelac Work?
As the name suggests, the supplement contains THREE friendly strains of bacteria; namely:
- Bacillus Coagulans
- Bacillus Subtilis
- Enterococcus Faecalis.
These bacteria are born to decimate yeast! It is claimed that the sole life purpose of these bacteria is to find and eat Candida fungi. Under normal circumstances these bacteria be destroyed by stomach acids. However, a micro-encapsulation technology enables them to survive the hostile environment of the stomach and get to the smaller intestine where the yeast is located.
As the latter part of the name indicates, these bacteria are responsible for the production of LAC-tic acid. This strengthens the immune system and kills harmful microorganisms including yeast. Lactic acid also reduces allergic reactions.
How to use Threelac?
Empty a packet into your mouth and let the contents dissolve. Drink 4 to 6 ounces of water afterwards. Do this before having food. The food acts as a protective barrier against stomach acids.
Pros of using Threelac:
- 1) Improved digestion
- 2) Thousands of satisfied customers. Positive customer reviews and testimonials on Amazon. Many people claim that it has saved their life.
- 3) Resists Candida overgrowth
- 4) Balances the pH level of the intestinal tract.
- 5) Micro-encapsulation technology ensures that the bacteria do their job
Cons of using Threelac:
- 1) Enterococcus Faecalis is highly controversial! Many countries do not allow the sale of products containing this species of bacterium.
- 2) Many people fall sick after ingesting Threelac. They experience fever, constipation, fatigue, dehydration.
- 3) There is no SPECIFIC claim that Threelac is effective in treating vaginal yeast infections. Yes, it can help improve pH and it aids digestion in many people. However, it does NOT provide relief against symptoms that are associated with a vaginal yeast infection. Its action is indirect at best.
- 4) It is a tad bit expensive at $50 or so (USD).
- 5) Not approved by the Food and Drug Administration of the USA. It is manufactured in Japan.
- 6) Threelac actually contains yeast. This is meant as food for the bacteria. Some people reported falling ill with a yeast infection AFTER consuming Threelac.
Should I buy Threelac?
Threelac has a lot going for it. It has helped many people to overcome digestive problems. Theoretically, the 3 strains of bacteria are very effective against Candida. However, different people react differently to these bacteria.
Countries like Australia do not permit ingestion of foods that contain Enterococcus Faecelis. Although the manufacturer has claimed that these bacteria are not toxic to humans, they can cause unfavorable reactions in some people.
The bottom line is that Threelac does not work for all people. It is hard to predict how your body will react to Threelac. Also, Threelac does little to tackle vaginal yeast infections. It does not provide relief against itchiness, redness and irritation.\
Feel free to read some customer reviews and testimonials on Amazon.
Considering all facts, we suggest that you stay away from Threelac or consult your doctor before ordering it. If you have digestive problems, then natural yogurt is an excellent alternative – it causes no unpredictable reactions and it is a proven probiotic.
Diflucan acts very fast and is effective more than 9 times out of 10. Yeastrol is a homeopathic medicine and although it takes longer to produce results, there are no side effects and the results are permanent as long as you use it as recommended.