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northernstars
Friday, August 4, 2006, 9:51pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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My 7 year old granddaughter has had an itchy rash for quite awhile.  She is staying with me for a few days and this morning I did the spit test with her.  It came back with lots of white stuff on the bottom of the glass.  It's candida.  Her blood type is unknown, so I'm looking for a fairly generic list of okay foods for her to eat.  

I know that limited amounts of beneficial fruits are okay for her blood type, so I guess I'll be looking towards those that are okay for everybody.  Her mom is an O and her father's BT is unknown, but his mother is a B.

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She could be eith A, B, or O.  Not AB.  Why not buy a kit online and test her at home?

I'd emphasize lots of salad greens.  I'd let her have cherries, blueberries and walnuts for snacks.  I'd concentrate on Turkey and compliant fish (salmon) for protein until you know her type.

She needs deflect for her type, Intrinsa and/or ghee.  Once you know her type you can concentrate on the Fungal support protocol for her type.


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Hi Sharon,

another tac to try is at http://www.forces-of-nature.org .... it's a California-based company.


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could it be dermatitis?


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Thanks,  I'm printing out the information I get here to give to her mom.  Hopefully things will be a lot better very soon.

I do want to get the blood typing materials, but the costs just add up way too quickly for as many as I need.  Then I have to call the company to order because otherwise the items are sent UPS and the price is outrageous.


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Thanks,  I'm printing out the information I get here to give to her mom.  Hopefully things will be a lot better very soon.

I do want to get the blood typing materials, but the costs just add up way too quickly for as many as I need.  Then I have to call the company to order because otherwise the items are sent UPS and the price is outrageous.


Getting her typed would be most important.  From that, you can stress an anti-candida diet specifically for her type.  Then maybe later, you can add some supplements when the $$$ is available.


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What has her typical diet been like?  What are her favorite foods?
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Unfortunately, she a lot of packaged foods and snacks have been a main staple at her house.  She's the daughter of my daughter who thinks I'm weird for eating well.  That goes back to way before the BTD.  So, quick, easy, whatever the kids want to eat should do it.  That's why when they come to grandma,s they leave hungry.  They aren't accustomed to real, high quality foods.  Fortunately, they do like the eggs from our hens and most of the fruits I buy.

When I asked her about her favorite foods, most of them were really sweet.  

Her mom does realize that candida elemination requires a fairly sugar-free and starch-free diet for a while.  I gave her a topical yeast infection cream which she has been using and is helping with her rash and itchiness.  I''m also giving her mom the info from this page and the list I got from my ND.


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If you blood type the father, and he turns out to be O, then you'll know her blood type.  If he is an A, then you'll know she is O or A, etc.  That way you can customize the diet for her more.
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sugar unless it's from a a natural source like fruit should be blacklisted from her diet till the rash subsides and have her drink half of her body weight in oz of water a day....should clear up quick


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Thanks for your input.  We just got home form another 200 mile (one way) trip to the State Soccer Tournament in Wasilla.  I will pass the information on to her mom.  That is a good idea of typing her dad first.  Will give that a try soon.  


The first step toward success is taken when you refuse to be a captive of the environment in which you first find yourself. Good health to you & yours.

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Red Cross will send you a card with your type on it if you go give a pint.  "Free" blood test and help someone else in the process.

The hardest part of fighting Candida is the "demand" for survival by the fungus.  It can send out hormonal requests for foods (in the form of cravings) that are very difficult for a 40+ year old to resist, much less a 7 year old.  I found that an enzyme mix called Candex from Pure Essence Labs is very good at reducing the cravings to allow the fungal fight to progress without the huge desire to feed it.  I found it at several online stores for $39 for a month supply (120 capsules) and some have free shipping offers!

Broccoli is beneficial for all types and should be the vegetable of choice, eaten fresh to maintain the active enzymes.  Fungus is killed by having enzymes destroy the cell walls and allowing the body to remove it and heal the area.


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Nice to find out about broccoli in keeping the enzymes active and healthy in the gut.  That is one of the few vegetables that she will eat.  Thanks,


The first step toward success is taken when you refuse to be a captive of the environment in which you first find yourself. Good health to you & yours.

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