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Shel
Wednesday, May 24, 2006, 2:44am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Hi everyone,

This is my first post here.

My friend and I, both A+ Nonnies, are trying to eradicate fungus and yeast problems that won't go away with changes in diet alone. Neither of us eat gluten grains or most non-gluten grains (my friend can tolerate quinoa and amaranth).  We avoid all of the A Nonnie avoids, aside from (for my friend) bison and milk, and for both of us the occassional use of black pepper.

Both of us have had ringworm since our teen years (we're in our 30s now). Nothing makes it go away permanently. Also, several of my toenails have been taken over by fungus.  

We'd like know if any of our fellow A Nonnies (or AB Nonnies) have any suggestions.

Shel
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Wednesday, May 24, 2006, 2:47am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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ground store bought pepper has a lot of mold......


have you checked the online protocols yet?


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The pepper we use is certified organic and whole cloves; it's freshly ground before using it.  Neither of us use it very much, and there is undoubtedly a lot of mold on other foods, no matter how careful a person tries to be.

By online protocols, do you mean something specifically on this site? We are very familiar with the protocols advocated by both conventional and alternative medicine. We want to know what other A or AB Nonnies have experienced because we don't respond to the same things that many others do.  The Nonnie disadvantage, sadly.

Shel
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My friend found the protocols that you were probably referring to. I pasted them below in case anyone has any comments about whether this works or not;
both of us have tried some of these things, but not in this combination.

30. YEAST/FUNGUS RESISTANCE PROTOCOLS
Use this protocol for 6 weeks

BLOOD GROUP A

Stinging Nettle root (Urtica dioica), “UDA Plus”: 1-2 capsules, twice daily
Elecampane (Inula helenium), 500 mg: 1 capsule with meals 1-2X daily
Caprylic acid, 350 mg: 1-2 capsules, twice daily away from food.
Betaine HCl, 250 mg: 1 capsule with large meals
Oregon Grape (Berberis aquifolium), 250-500 mg: 1-2 capsules, twice daily
Polyflora A (ABO Specific Probiotic): 2 capsule daily

NON-SECRETORS Add:

Zinc, 15 mg: daily  

GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS USABLE BY ALL GROUPS

Larch arabinogalactan (Larix officinalis) “ARA6”: 1 tbsp, twice daily in juice or water

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Have you tried any of the cleansing kits? I am currently doing Paragone by Renew life, I've used their other products but this one is by far the best.  According to my NP I had a slight candida and parasite issue.  I first used the Candida cleanse, but didn't really get the results that the Paragone gives (its for both parasites and candida).  It has the typical ingredients you'll see in other products, but I think its the combination that does the trick.  Its a 4 week program; first 2 weeks, then a 5 day break and then another 2 weeks.  I will start my second two weeks next week.  I also have a NP appointment so I'll be able to see how well the first cycle works.
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Have you tried any of the cleansing kits? I am currently doing Paragone by Renew life, I've used their other products but this one is by far the best.  According to my NP I had a slight candida and parasite issue.  I first used the Candida cleanse, but didn't really get the results that the Paragone gives (its for both parasites and candida).  It has the typical ingredients you'll see in other products, but I think its the combination that does the trick.  Its a 4 week program; first 2 weeks, then a 5 day break and then another 2 weeks.  I will start my second two weeks next week.  I also have a NP appointment so I'll be able to see how well the first cycle works.


We haven't tried cleansing kits, but I think that some of Renew Life's products seem good. For a while I was using Renew Life's Intestinew, and it was helping my IBS.  Definitely post about your experiences with Paragone. I went to a talk by Brenda Watson, the woman behind Renew Life, and was impressed with her. She had a good amount of knowledge about gluten sensitivity and other things that most practioners, conventional and alternative, don't seem to be up on.  

Shel

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