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i think it's just bad candida, is that what dandruff is?


YES!! I have sebhorric psoriasis on my scalp.  WHen I am compliant to the ER4YT diet and avoid dairy, sugar, yeast, vinegar, and alcohol, it goes away.  

When I do eat bad things, I use Nizoral (ketokenazol) one day, and Avalon Tea Tree shampoo two days.  It has no laurel/laureth sulfates in it which can cause irritation and flakes.  

I will have to disagree with the cider vinegar. Yeast feeds off of it as well.  
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do you avoid regular butter, even clarified butter?
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clarified butter has all the milk solids taken out...
it is an excellent source of butyrate
http://www.dadamo.com/bloggers/ask/archives/00000177.htm


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apple cider vinegar, isn't that a maybe avoid for me?


I'm still not sure why RAW Apple Cider Vinegar insn't good...I've followed other diets that claim RAW Apple Cider Vinegar to be a wonderful healing tonic that's good for clearing Candida and other fungal infections.
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according to BT, check typebase when in doubt.
for some it s ok for others it isn t.


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I'm still not sure why RAW Apple Cider Vinegar insn't good...


are you talking internally or topically? If topically, it's ok........internally, it's not  

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My favorite gentle, moisturizing protein treatment -.


If using a pure protein treatment, do not let it dry, keep it covered and moist. To my understanding if you let your hair get dry w/ this on, it will further damage the hair. True or not...... ????

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The cholesterol treatment may be a variety of this:
http://www.hairproducts.com/view_product_BLA-QUE101.htm
...by the way, mineral oil is a big component of it...


plus Propylene Glycol, Methlparaben, ........ and all these dyes are prob not helpful   FD&C Yellow #5, FD&C Yellow #6, FD&C Red #40, D&C Red #33.  




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