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Presented by Dr. Kurt Woeller.

“The Gut Microbiome, Mucosal Invasive Candida, and Clostridia Bacteria”


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    The difference between gastrointestinal candidiasis, mucosal invasive, and candidemia.

  • 2

    Examples of candida pathogenicity.

  • 3

    Overview of immune function against candida.

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    Clostridia bacteria beyond just causing digestive system problems.

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    Clostridia toxins and some of their negative neurological effects.

  • 6

    New information regarding clostridia toxin metabolites, fatty acid metabolism and other effects.

Kurt N. Woeller, D.O.
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“The Gut Microbiome, Mucosal Invasive Candida, and Clostridia Bacteria”

Gastrointestinal candidiasis is a more common problem than people realize. The digestive system is the largest reservoir of candida in the body, and in certain circumstances can lead to invasive candida, aka candidemia. The microbiome of the digestive system is important in maintaining control of opportunistic candida, and imbalances not only lead to mucosal invasive candida, but can allow for proliferation of pathogenic bacteria such as clostridia. You would think that clostridia and candida don’t have much in common, but both produce toxic compounds that can have many detrimental health effects. This lecture by Kurt N. Woeller, DO of Integrative Medicine Academy will delve into this topic more in-depth as preparation for his new Candida Mastery Course starting in November 2023. This lecture will also provide some new information about various clostridia bacteria, and their connection to disruption of various biochemical systems, e.g., fatty acid metabolism. This information will be a preview of Dr. Woeller’s new Clostridia Mastery Course scheduled for January 2024.



Thursday, Nov. 2, 2023
1:30 pm Pacific Time

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