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Valerie
Friday, July 13, 2007, 4:30pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Yeast? Candida? wow, I learn something new everyday on here. I know my system is totally messed up now, eating all the junk food and sugar drinks. I never ate that way as a kid, it seems odd that I would eat that way as an adult. Would you reccommend a candida cleanser? I seen those in the health store. I did not know what they are. Should I start taking a probotic? What is it and what is it for?
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try the yeast fighting protocol here on line, under solutions, in the home page.


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Thank-You Lola
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I realized almost a year ago that I've had a candida problem for 16 years!  I started the candida diet first, then the BTD a few months later, which helped explain my susceptibility to it.  I also realized from listening to Dr. Bob Marshall (healthline live) that candida is present when mercury is in the body.  I went on the search for a holistic dentist, and finally found one who follows the proper mercury removal protocol.  Mercury moves around the body and becomes lodged in the cells in different organs and candida actually moves in to try to protect the body from this harmful metal.  Dr. Marshall says that doctors in Europe actually look at candida as a good thing!  I noticed that throughout the year I've been killing off the candida, I still had certain symptoms hanging on...the very ones that mimic mercury toxicity!  Candida moves in when the immune system is down, and mercury is very good at suppressing ones immune system.  I recommend to anyone that has been battling candida extensively to get tested for mercury.  Dr. Marshall's website is very informative on the matter;  http://www.healthline.cc, check out the article "Making the Right Dental Choice".  Oh, and by the way, while on the candida diet, watch out for molds.    Nuts are big offenders when it comes to molds, especially almonds.   I'm a big fan.
I'm not sure if freezing them would prevent mold (probably create some polyamines though!) , anyone know?
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Lola
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you would be better off soaking your nuts, seeds , legumes etc.


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Peanut AB nonsec
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Bless You All.

I have been following my type diet since 2000.  Wouldnt live any other way.  First 2 years 100% compliant 95% beneficial.  Many more neutrals and some occaisional treats (wheat, avacados, maple syrup) since.

I post today looking for inspiration.  Of ALL the many "fighting" candida, can anyone with confidence say "I have won"?  

I contracted candidiasis as an STD (despite the medical professions insistance of the impossibility) apprx 1 year ago, and then "crashed" 7 months later.  I moved into a new home and the stress put me under.  Within 1 week I couldn't get out of bed.  After considering both Lyme and Systemic Candida, I realized "treating" Candida would be the easier first approach.  I have had great success with Rife Resonance Therapy, BTD, and just recently GSE.  I can now work 15 hours per week, take fairly good care of my 4 year old, and on occaision have the energy/enthusiasm to unpack some of the boxes from my move last summer.
I have never had dental work (excepting braces as a teen), and enjoyed phenomenal health/vitality before last year.  (Won a rock climbing competition while one month pregnant)

I would like to find some encouragement that it is possible to Win against this monster, and that I might again someday eat AB beneficial fruits and grains (I have eliminated both) and that I might return to a state of health that does not include handfuls of supplements.  I would also like to eat out at a restaurant again, maybe, someday.

Many Thanks to each of you for living your truth.

Peanut
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dearest Peanut ...first welcome and fine to meet you  

I have tried soooo much of different things for fungal issues that at least it was alays the same, came back to my essential oils against nearly all you have just to follow the rule of
rotations-principe and then I am nearly sure that will fit (lavender-niauli,thyme,sage,all herbs de provence as an essential oil) but take care about the grapefruitkerneloil, it is too toughy for our stomachs and intestines...
then as being nonnies, I guess we aren't that good on high glyc. fruits nor carbs.....here I'm folloing the scala of Montignac
and it helps me to stay balanced.
About supps. yeppers here we should have a good measurement coz
of our lacks...better to get some more than too less
What I want to recommend you is to go for l'arginine and other aminoacids, they just do wonders for me, perhaps might be this
issue the same for you  
Did you ever tried the *healing musshroos*.. Coriolus & Reishi?....and or some lapachol from the lapachotea but here only when NOT pregnant !!!


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I'm still fighting it.  But there are times when I feel like I'm winning and have more energy.  Almost back to normal.  So I'm getting there.  I'm not quite as strict as you either.  I eat Millet and Flax bread, quinoa and rice.  Sometimes oats.  I have been trying to keep out the real sugary fruits and stick with the berries.  Maybe there is something else going on too?  I hope you feel better!!!!!!  I have a friend from church who's story is very similar to yours and his candida kicked his butt.  And he said it took him like 7 years to come back from it.  How long have you been fighting this monster?


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Peanut AB nonsec,
http://www.dadamo.com/protocols/index.htm

check all the excellent protocols......
the yeast fungus one comes to mind, but the others for good measure are also an option to follow....


''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
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I starting this all new. Should i just take the spit test or got to a doctor to get the blood/gut test done? I bought soem of the probiotics.


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Lola
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spit test is accurate, no need for the blood test, called lewis, as well as that particular spit test.


''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
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