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hleva
Friday, April 10, 2009, 1:19pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I forgot to mention that this Phase One diet, starves the mold, yeast, candida from you body and helps with the inflammation.

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Dr D s systems, whichever one you choose to follow do all that and more according to your individuality and physiology, so far, hard to beat, let me tell you!
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take a look at his health series books as well!
http://www.4yourtype.com/products.asp?dept=19

also his online protocols
http://www.dadamo.com/protocols/index.htm


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I am on a teacher's diet and fighting candida too. I realized that teacher's diet is not candida compliant. infact, it worsen my candida for sometime. till I excluded all the carb items.. Don't take ghee, if you have candida.. I immediately had ear ringing [candida symptom] after sometime of having ghee in the morning. Peanuts go fine with me.. Brie cheese aggravated my candida.. Edam and gouda I found are safer..
yoghurt is wonderful, if you smoothen it out first ...


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Quoted from kawaikx15
Do I need to add more to GTD protocol or GTD is enough to cure candida too?
I've been a happy user of E-EPA in addition to the Explorer diet. Looks like the EPA derived resolvin E1 keep Candida from going too aggressive. Perhaps my body is not too efficient in producing this resolvin by itself and then Candida takes over But if I take massive amounts of EPA I can get all I need from food. Omega3-fatty acids are available as GTD supplements aimed mostly at Hunters and Explorers.



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I think fighting candida is like walking the wire.. I think it is about precarious balance of good and bad bacteria that changes every day !!! And people with weak immunity [like teachers] need to have more control on diet daily to maintain this precarious balance..


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It surprises me that ghee would make Candida flare up.  Are you sure that's the link?


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I just wanted to add to this conversation.  I too have a tendency to become out of balance if I get into sugar and have in the past 12  months.  I am now in my 40's and my hormones are changing so I do yet yeast infections and urinary tract infections before my preriod.  The only solution that has worked since June is estriol vaginal cream.  However, it doesn't always prevent a yeast infection if I am way out of balance.

I have purchased an e-book called Yeast Infection No More by Linda Allen and she has gone through the whole candida battle and is finally rid of it.  She did mention that the blood type diet did not help her get rid of it because it is a very complex problem and diet is just part of the equation.  I agree.  I have been on this diet for 4 years and my body is turning on me again.

Anyway, you were all discussing taking a silver for this problem.  I cannot take a metal based silver but I found one that is not metal based and better absorbed from the body from the Wolfe Clinic.  I am not allergic to this one. http://www.thewolfeclinic.com/supplements/theta/theta_super_silver.html

Hope this helps.

Luana


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it seems that the plant Alfalfa has approoved its wonderful effectiviness against all kinds of fungii..... as well....especially mold, candidasis etc...and it helps to reduce hot flashes in menopausal women (how fine for me )and reducesd water in the body... wow... great.... ....it seems to be a super multitalent.... ......


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yep you are right Lola..... but here I wanted to know it also reacts with bloodthinners... so how that can work for A's who justamente are prone for thicker blood.... how much are really ok as a form of cure or detox program
I justamente found out the dosage of max. 5-10 grams  3x daily....this are real huge amounts.....
look here please : http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/druginfo/natural/patient-alfalfa...   and if this won't work so please google it under the name alfalfa and Medline Plus supplements.....


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One of my worst vegetable offenders before I learned about BTD was Alfalfa sprouts. I'd have an almost instant bad reaction, which puzzled me as I heard so much praise of its health benefits. I also couldn't understand why my body wasn't happy with leeks and cauliflower. I am an O, so now I know why.
Having said that alfalfa and leeks seem to have been no problem when I was healthier in my youth. Now cauliflower on the other hand... my mother once made me eat her favourite cauliflower dish and I just puked it all up that evening.    We still laugh about it today.
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Sed, mostly the O's are prone to adverse reactions of Alfalfa.... I knew but...as it is mentioned in the protocols ....muah and a hug instead for you


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Would be good to be able to eat a crispy green salad with alfalfa, avocado, olive oil and lemon juice without turning into Bigfoot...oh leave it for As, Bs and ABs(?)...have escarole, tomato, red onion and feta salad instead and hope for the best...
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yep better to leave it for us ....


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Why NOT use Pau d' Arco for candida? It used to make my itching stop almost immediately (when I had different symptoms than I do now).

I have not found any info in the typebase or my Swami about it, though.

Dr. D really simplifies this for us. I've spent quite a bit of time trying to figure out how to alkalinize my blood without alkalinizing my gut- duh, follow the protocol! Betaine hydrochloride.


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Very interesting thread on the Spit Test. On the 4th post down there is a person who wrote an article on why the spit test isn't effective.

http://www.candidayeastthrushforum.com/view_topic.php?id=127
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Quoted from Andrea AWsec


Here's what Dr. D says on the above thread:

Type O tends to be more allergic to Candida rather than prone to overgrowth. That is why most Candida avoidance diets work only in extremis. Following the BTD or GTD is better since it  addresses the direct inflammatory reactions to Candida, which provides a more permanent cure.
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Good to know that for my O family members. Thanks.


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btw it seems that Propolis might be another option here, just go for 2x500mg's daily in a capsule and then augement until  to the amount of 3 grams; its' known without any sideefects and works anti-fungal-viral and bacterial ... it's that easy....


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The same that Dr D has told, applies to explorer  or individuals with other inflamation causes, I guess. do you agree ?


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Very glad to know about BTD/GTD versus Candida diets!

Now my question: L-glutamine seems to make gas/bloating worse for my son. Anyone else have this experience? Does it "feed" the yeast, as I've heard?


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all kinds of sugars do feed candida albicans but l'glutamin is an aminoacid ...also a fine tip against sweet tooth.....


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Hmm, he's very low on sugar right now. L-glutamine seemed to make it much worse. Will back off for a few days and maybe try lower dose. Just finished an 8 week (?) prednisone taper. Ugh. Need to fix this kid!


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