Chapter 9 – Biofilm and
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Any supplements in Chapter 6 not found below can be found in the Chapter 1 listing.
Klaire Labs – InterFase Plus – 120 Veg Caps
One of the most advanced enzyme based biofilm disrupters available.
“Biofilm hides bacteria and yeast from our body’s immune system and medications (including antibiotics! This is one of the reasons Lyme Disease and SIBO are so hard to beat (See PubMed ID#23110225). Once the biofilm is destroyed it’s a lot easier to kill the pathogens behind it and makes recurrent infections much less likely.” – The Gut Health Protocol
“Pure Essence Labs Candex – Natural Candida Cleanse Support Supplement for Yeast Infection Treatment with No Die off Reaction – 120 Capsules”
“Biofilm Defense from Kirkman is an enzyme formula designed to help support a healthy immune system and protect the GI tract. Each serving delivers 457 mg of enzymes”
Doctor’s Best Nattokinase 2,000 Fu, Non-GMO
Often used to break down the stubborn biofilms involved in Lyme disease. Also works for the gut infection biofilms.
Jarrow Formulas Lactoferrin 250mg
“low concentrations of lactoferrin and lysozyme each removed 100% of the K. pneumoniae subsp. pneumoniae biofilm. Low concentrations of lactoferrin or lysozyme might be beneficial to prevent biofilm formation by K. pneumoniae subsp. pneumoniae.” — PubMed #23844477
NOW NAC 600 mg, 250 Veg Capsules
N-acetylcysteine (NAC), a precursor to the antioxidant glutathione, has been investigated for its effectiveness both in inhibiting biofilm formation and in destroying developed biofilms
Now Cinnamomum Zeylanicum Cinnamon Bark Oil, 100% pure essential oil, steam distilled.
“cinnamon bark oil… significantly decreased biofilm formation of enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli O157:H7… cinnamon bark oil and its components, cinnamaldehyde and eugenol, reduce the production of pyocyanin and PQS (a quorum sensing signal molecules), the swarming motility, and the hemolytic activity of P. aeruginosa, and inhibit EHEC biofilm formation”
See Chapter 1, Section 9 (2nd Edition), as well as Chapter 9, for much more information regarding Cinnamon.