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wchestnut
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I recently became aware that I have candida/yeast after reading the candida spit test thread a few days ago. I printed the entire thread-57 pages and became extremely overwhelmed with all of the great information. I did the spit test and yes it was positive. I am new to BTD-2 weeks now and have been staying compliant and not eating any avoids. I must say I feel wonderful. However now that I know that I have yeast how do I get rid of it. I've seen many different suggestions including the candida diet and various different supplements. I found threelac online and from reading the information it says that it's all you need to get rid of candida is that true?

If I'm eating all the right things on BTD is the candida diet still recommended? I went to the yeasetinfectionadvisor website and also received great information, however there are several different roads to take to get rid of candida.

My 18 yr old daughter also had a positive spit test.

Any and all suggestions are welcome

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increase consumption of olive oil
A lectin found in the root of the stinging nettle plant has been shown to aglutinate Candida albicans
Poyflora B...best protection against candida
thyme.organo and rosemary, coriander...use in cooking

oil of oregano (strong taste but it works!!!!!)

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I found some caprylic acid that I had purchased a little while back that I am starting
to take to get yeast levels down. But after taking it last night and again this morning, I woke up with a whopping headache. Is this the nasty die-off effect, sort
of feels like I am developing a cold......thanks for input....I know that staying compliant helps. Also, would "deflect" help to detox this out?

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I definately would give deflect a try.


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I found a wonderful product called "Heallix" that wipes out yeast safely and naturally.  It is great for other ailments
also. to check it out go to http://www.heallix.com.  Along with BDT diet and tis product you will never have a yeast
infections again.
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thanks for the heads up on heallix.......quite a few have had great results using it, for various other reasons , also.

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Hi Tillman, welcome. I am intrigued by your experience with Heallix and would like to learn the details. I have been fighting Candida with Caprylates, Nettles, and Deflect and have noticed a great improvement over this past month, but I am not there yet! Yes, Paulam, I too had three or four days of feeling terrible when I started taking the Caprylates.

Now I hear, thanks Lola, that Heidi recommended Heallix as well. Soooo, do you mind giving us the gory details of what your symptoms were, Tillman,  and how long it took to get the Candida in check?
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yaman might give us some insight on Heallix, when he wakes up.)

I believe he s tried it.....


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Lola I heard you calling

I've used Heallix for tow months and now gave a break. Heallix helped in my case a lot. It cleared my brain fog within a couple of days, my energy returned and my spit test outcome was reduced to a few tendrils in around half an hour from huge tornados appearing instantly. I used Heallix in addition to the Yeast/fungus protocol for O's plus Threelac.

I gave a break for I am not sure about the risk of argyria in case of prolonged intake of silver.

I now replaced Heallix with mastic powder that dear Alek gave me. As far as the spit test is concerned, there is no negative difference yet. Still one tendril or a little cloudiness. So mastic powder can be an option for O's and B's.

Hope this helps,
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Hallois yaman

Thanks for sharing your experience

I'm considering to place an order for heallix - but am curious about a couple of things..

Did you try it for any of the other uses like brushing etc?
And what do they mean to douche with it? Use it as soap or something, and is that the gel or the heallix itself?


Thanks


Suspecting: Crohn's (biospy, not 100%), Candida, wheat allergy/coeliac?, chronic sinusitis, fistulation :/, juvenile arthritis(?), milk intolerance...

Currently trying to fight the albicans kritters, but seems like a never-ending battle..
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Hi Glenn,

I have used it on several occasions. You can brush your teeth with it. Helps keep gums healthy. If you pour (douche) it on wounds, they heal faster, but now there is the gel form for that purpose..

I mostly used it when I had cold and/or fever. And lately against candida. It does work, I am only a bit concerned using silver because of the argyria risk. Other than that, it is great stuff.

Hope I answered your questions

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Thank you yaman

I seriously consider buying now..

How fast do you use up the gel pack thing?

Right now I'm thinking of ordering a quarter pack of the heallix and two packs of gel (guess one pack of gel should do, but I want to get above $100 so I don't have to pay the extra shipping cost ).. I presume a quarter should do for a first order, since one oz bottle really isn't enough to get going when we're suppose to use 4tsp per day.. and 1 gallon sounds like a lot?..


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Currently trying to fight the albicans kritters, but seems like a never-ending battle..
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...It does work, I am only a bit concerned using silver because of the argyria risk. Other than that, it is great stuff.


This is a risk from prolonged use right?

So using about a quarter to kick some candida expletive deleted shouldn't be a problem?

I've already put in an order for a quart gallon and two packs of gel.. Should be seeing it in my mailbox in 4-7 days


Thanks


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Currently trying to fight the albicans kritters, but seems like a never-ending battle..
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I must be missing something.  Looked over the heallix website and can't find what's in this stuff.  Anyone??
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From memory Heallix is ionized silver in a fulvic acid base solution.

From: http://www.heallix.com/faq.htm
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What does HEALlix contain?
      HEALlix contains distilled water, fulvic acid and 230ppm ionized silver.


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Been dealing with this candida for last 6 months and I can't believe I haven't heard of this.  I don't think it was ever even mentioned on that very very long candida thread from a couple of months ago. - So, you take Heallix in addition to any probiotics, enzymes, antifungals you're already doing. - Right?

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have you had any results with the protocols?
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lola,  Yes, no question that my son has improved.  His diet has been anti candida compliant (no carbs) and blood type compliant for the most part.  But as he's improving he's also getting hungrier (his candida is in stomach/ small intestine and when he was at his worst he couldn't eat much at all because he always felt nauseaus - now we know it was an abundance of gas) he's looking to eat more satisfying things.  When "going off" a diet, it's been off the BTD before anti candida diet.  It's hard - he's only 13 and been doing this for almost 6 months. - He's been taking Candex and probiotics religiously - doing this for about 2 months.  Do you think the Heallix should be added?
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I would ask his dr first.......
he needs medical supervision if planning to add more sups to his protocol......


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I found this website when I googled Argyria...http://www.silvermedicine.org/argyria.html

Hope this helps.
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Wow, thanks wchestnut.

It seems that this is a substance to be used with a lot of caution and moderation.

As for me, I think there are enough alternative candida treatments available.  Why mess around with adding metals to our bodies when so many of us are struggling to eliminate heavy metals from our systems?



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That's the way I feel too (worried about metal), but grateful others have shared their experience.  I keep trying different things, hope there is nothing bad about xylitol (I try to eat as much as the equivalent of the sugar I get in the very small amount of fruit I have added back--a few blueberries, for example).  I am down to a little tendril unless I have a meal in which someone "slips me" a forbidden food--then we get the tornado effect again.  (Yesterday, working lunch at a nice restraurant, I asked about contents of the crab cake: told crab, egg, celery, parsley.  Ate it, then waitress came back and said, "Oh yes, and flour.")  Got what you'd expect, now starting again, adding oil of oregano.  But it is overall definitely better, and I know the goal is balance, not destruction of every last representative of the species.
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One other question:

are organic fruit jams (such as strawberry or blueberry) ok if you are treating mild candida?  or is that a complete avoid, as well?

sorry to ask so many questions!


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I've been searching and now I'm asking for help.  Where is the thread that describes the Canadida Spit Test?  


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Hi connect14

Jams are usually pound for pound fruit/sugar so I would forget jams if you're trying to eliminate candida as you're really getting a double whammy: sugar in the fruit and sugar to set the jam!

If you're eating fresh fruit then the riper the fruit the higher the sugar content so take that into account when choosing your piece of fruit.

And dried fruits of course are higly concentrated forms of sugar and hence best avoided on a candida diet.

Many oils are anti-fungal, provide energy and along with protein keep your hunger satisfied longer, so be sure to include them in your diet.
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Thanks Margo.

The jam I eat has no white sugar in it.  Only the fruit and the fruit pectin.
It is organic.

Is this still an avoid?  I do not eat things with added sugar.


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Sounds good.

You'd have to watch your quantities I guess. If you're having the jam on bread for example again you'd be having a sugar on a sugar (both being carbs) so depending on the extent of your candida and how aggressively you want to manage it.

Good luck.

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Thanks for your help.  I'll make certain to watch it.
Do you think agave nectar would be better?  (If I'm really needing something sweet)?


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i d stay clear of sugar and sweetish tasting things for a time, to help kill off the candida......
it thrives with sugar and all converted into sugar when digested....like grains for example.
try veg glycerin for when you have a sugar craving......
or the raw honey mentioned by john in various posts.


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L Glutamine is sweet and Dr.D says to put .5-1gm in 8 oz water, but it is safe and indeed, healing, to use even more. I also use glycerine. Not sure if Carob is OK for you, but it is tier two beneficial for Os. You could make a carob milk treat with soy or rice or almond milk... Just remember, the craving is really the Candida making their demands!

Lola, I am still hesitant about the honey! I've read the posts and visited the web site and I am going to order some, but, you think the benefits outweigh feeding Candida?

It is mentioned in several places that Urtica diotic -- stinging nettle -- root contains a lectin which bind Candida helping to remove it from the body. I read in LR4YT that it also decreases intestinal absorbability and therefore, I am assuming I should not use it as I have leaky gut. Anyone know more about this?

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all I know and have learned from all candida sufferers is that sugar should be avoided at all costs.


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Hi,

As far as eating grains with candida, how does Ezekiel bread rank?  I know we are supposed to severely limit grain intake......so if one is going to have a grain occasionally, is Ezekiel better?  I had heard it was b/c it didn't have any flour in it.

Thanks for your advice.


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it counts as a grain serving...
I believe it s two slices for one serving, yes.


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it counts as a grain serving...
I believe it s two slices for one serving, yes.


thanks lola.
do you know if it is "better" than some of the other grains (oatmeal, etc...) since it is flourless in terms of candida?  a woman at whole foods told me that i could consume 1 serving of Ezekiel bread a day with candida and that would be fine...not feeding the yeast too much?


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that sounds reasonable.....
try it that way and see if your candida doesn t flare up.


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Many years ago I used a homeopathic product called Aquaflora; it really seemed to help with the rest of my anti-candida program.  Here is a link if you want to read more about it  http://www.paq-cell.com/  Garlic and cayenne pepper, if it is allowed on the type B program, might help.  Olive oil is supposed to be a good also.  I never had much success with Caprylic Acid.  Black Walnut extract also helped; I don't remember where I purchased it though.  I hope you are feeling well.  
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I've just read about Healix here in the forum and I checked on the site only to find that HEALIX is a Health Services Company based in the UK.  Can someone please tell me how I can get the supplement HEALIX not the company.  I've been suffering from Candida for quite some time now and I would very much like to try this supplement.  Pointers to where I can buy it would be appreciated.
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I am wondering if this can be taken in conjunction with other vitamins or supplements, This sounds like something I might be interested in but I use a protein supplement  several times a week, is it ok to use this with other things?
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I just ordered two months worth.  I'm going to take it for two months to see what happens.  I might combine it with colostrum from Nature's Sunshine; I haven't decided yet.



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Just orderd some Heallix. Cross your fingers and toes . Well see how it works and I'll give a report on it. Wish me luck.
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Just orderd some Heallix. Cross your fingers and toes . Well see how it works and I'll give a report on it. Wish me luck.


I wish you luck.  There have been mixed reports on Heallix treating Candida here.  Have you read the various threads on candida in this forum?


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By the way, what is mastic powder?
I think it comes from a cretan tree related to those tea trees of Australia so may have some similar properties. I've used some mastic oil some time ago to soothe my inflamed gut. I believe candida caused the inflammation.



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I wish you luck.  There have been mixed reports on Heallix treating Candida here.  Have you read the various threads on candida in this forum?


Did not order it for the candida treatment, though if it helps with that it would be great. The silver compound in Heallix is supposed to be good with other ailments as well. I am getting it to see if it works on other things as well as a broad spectrum preventative for colds, flues, strep etc.

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I've used it but I can't stand the taste--I did find it topically useful, however, so you may have some good luck.  


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Would any of the natren products help with candia or yeast?


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Would any of the natren products help with candia or yeast?


"Natren?"  Do you have a link to a site?  I'm not familiar with this brand/company.  Several posters are fighting candida and are tryng different approaches.

I think the best course of action is the Yeast/Fungus Protocol, for your type and, an anti-candida diet.


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Hello, I am totally new at this. I am type O but my son is type A. He is 11yrs. old and has been having recurrent medical problems. After months of going to our family physician, numerous blood test, ultrasounds, etc. I decided to go to our local health food store and was quite suprised at what I found. The naturopathic doctor there tested my sons urine, saliva, and blood and told me he has severely low blood sugar and too much Candida (yeast) in his system. She gave us about 6 different things to take and said I should change his diet. We just went to her 2 days ago, and he is taking Licorice Root, Pau D'Arco, Probiotic Eleven, LB Extract, Colostrum, and Adrena-Stim.I do have the eat right 4 your type book but I am totally lost at what to feed this child now. Is there a cookbook or something I can get to help me along?
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Hello, I am totally new at this. I am type O but my son is type A. He is 11yrs. old and has been having recurrent medical problems. After months of going to our family physician, numerous blood test, ultrasounds, etc. I decided to go to our local health food store and was quite suprised at what I found. The naturopathic doctor there tested my sons urine, saliva, and blood and told me he has severely low blood sugar and too much Candida (yeast) in his system. She gave us about 6 different things to take and said I should change his diet. We just went to her 2 days ago, and he is taking Licorice Root, Pau D'Arco, Probiotic Eleven, LB Extract, Colostrum, and Adrena-Stim.I do have the eat right 4 your type book but I am totally lost at what to feed this child now. Is there a cookbook or something I can get to help me along?


Welcome nickie,

There is the book Cook Right 4 Your Type, and there is the Recipe Base link on the main page, and there is the Cook Right Forum, too for recipies and ideas.

Understand, that the most up to date food values are to be found Here.  The book has not been updated with the most current food values, and not all the recipes may be compliant.

Instead of what the naturopath recommended, (I stopped using Pau D'Arco for candida.) consider the Yeast/Fungal Support Protocol that Dr. D developed .

Please take some time to search around the site, and the forum.  There are many thereads here on candida.  Here's a candida thread to get you started.

One of the most important things for a type O with candida, is to eliminate all grains and commercial sugars.  Limit fruits to compliant berries (blueberries are best).  Here's a link to some anti-candida dietary recommendations.  Then, adjust them to Type O.

I would also consider getting your son's secretor status tested, to help fine tune his diet even more.  Identifying secretor status is taking the BTD to the next level.

Hope this helps you get started.


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Thanks so much KimonoKat, I thought it would be hard to find something for both A and O to have. My son has had so many problems and I was just amazed that it could be something like candida or low blood sugar. Our medical doctors had me scared to death that there was a serious problem that would be harder to fix than changing diet and taking herbs and vitamins. Thanks again for the links.
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I mentioned on another thread that my brother had some success w/ a cancer spot disappearing and a mole falling off, just today, since starting the Heallix. Looking forward to some great results myself. I will bear in mind not to use it too long per Yaman's concern.




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Do you all think that enzymes can kill candida? If so, which of the different enzyme products do you think would work the best.  Thank you.

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Do you all think that enzymes can kill candida?  If so, which of the different enzyme products do you think would work the best.  Thank you.


I don't think so.  I'd stick with the recommendations in the Yeast Fungal Support Protocol.  That's your best bet.


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hi, I hope you are feeling better. I was wondering how do you know if you have candida?? what is this test you are talking about??? would you perhaps have a site that had information on this? Thank you!!!!!!!
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spit test for candida
http://www.candida-yeast-problems.com/spittest.html
http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?b=encloplib,m=1116093883



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I've just been reading your other thread re SJW:
IMO 1000mg  X 3 per day of Vit C is a high dose and could lead you into Candida problems, if you are that way inclined??


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that might be true for ascorbic acid but not necessarily for acerola cherry or rosehips.


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I had a severe candida infection backed up by a blood test from my MD.  This was probably 7 years ago.  The only thing I felt saved my life was colonic irrigations.  I still get out of balance from time to time (must be my Libra nature but now that I am doing BTD, I know things can only get better.
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Yes...that's right Lola, if it's ascorbic acid - I'm somewhat OTP about that at the moment because I'm still working through the effects of it!! This week my Pure Radiance C arrived, derived from Camu Camu etc so am much more hopeful that this will suit me.....so far, so good!!


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cross my fingers for you Janet! )


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If there are those of you who have succesfully gotten candida under control and achieved a passing result with your spit test, I am curious what your spit test looked like.

In the past, my saliva test always resulted in cloudiness at the bottom of the glass of water, and the rest of the water is clear; no tendrils.  I interpreted that as a barely passing score, i.e. some candida but not excessive.  After a bad bout of bronchitis a few weeks ago, I retested the spit and saw immediately what looked like a jellyfish with tendrils hanging down under it.  I interpreted this as failing the test and a lot of candida present.

I will be starting back on my Enzymedica enzymes, which work quickly to bring back my balance.  I never eat sugar, maple syrup, honey, dried fruits, aged cheeses, etc. so it doesn't take a lot of changes to beat back the critters.

So, does anyone ever get totally clear water?



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This morning I did the spit test and think it was not as bad as last week.
My bottle of Heallix arrived this morning, so am hopeful that this will clear up the problem completely!!
Watch me NEVER go near ascorbic acid EVER AGAIN!!!


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The silver does kill candida though I am not sure what the safe dossage amount is.  I wish Dadamo would design a product specifically for killing candida.  A lot of people are having problems with candida and his expertise are greatly needed for an effective, strong, and quick cure to this problem.  Many of you have said that deflect is effective in killing Candida.  Please explain to me why deflect would kill Candida.  Thank you.
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This morning I did the spit test and think it was not as bad as last week.
My bottle of Heallix arrived this morning, so am hopeful that this will clear up the problem completely!!
Watch me NEVER go near ascorbic acid EVER AGAIN!!!



Why does asorbic acid stir your candida up?



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Janet might be susceptible to corn unlike other As out there.


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The silver does kill candida though I am not sure what the safe dossage amount is.  I wish Dadamo would design a product specifically for killing candida.  A lot of people are having problems with candida and his expertise are greatly needed for an effective, strong, and quick cure to this problem.  Many of you have said that deflect is effective in killing Candida.  Please explain to me why deflect would kill Candida.  Thank you.


I wasn't aware of this aspect of Deflect.  If so, maybe it's because it lowers bowel toxicity and therefore keeps us cleaner.

Intrinsia from the NAP store is a good adjunct to an anti-candida protocol.



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Kevin:
http://www.dadamo.com/protocols/30.html

these protocols are very effective if you follow them closely.


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Janet might be susceptible to corn unlike other As out there.


yes but corn free vit c wouldn't cause problems correct?




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ascorbic acid isn t corn free, unfortunately.


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"After months of going to our family physician, numerous blood test, ultrasounds, etc. I decided to go to our local health food store and was quite suprised at what I found. The naturopathic doctor there tested my sons urine, saliva, and blood and told me he has severely low blood sugar and too much Candida (yeast) in his system. She gave us about 6 different things to take and said I should change his diet. We just went to her 2 days ago, and he is taking Licorice Root, Pau D'Arco, Probiotic Eleven, LB Extract, Colostrum, and Adrena-Stim.I do have the eat right 4 your type book but I am totally lost at what to feed this child now. Is there a cookbook or something I can get to help me along?"

I struggled with Candida for most of the last year and a half, and the conclusion I've come to is this: it's 93% about diet.  Sugars.  Just stay the heck away from them.  Honey, molasses, turbinado, all of it.  Using Stevia helped me get through the wicked sugar cravings.  Eat lots of good quality whole foods in as close to their natural state as possible.  Eat few fruits, lots of veggies, especially leafy greens, no alcohol.  I used most of the supplements listed above and had some success with them.  I got them through my herbalist.  It helps to get tested for your specific needs, but I'm telling you, it's mostly the food.  It's HARD at first.  I found a great upper-cervical chiropractor, have been doing yoga, eating better and better all the time, and am down to almost no supplements and am finally feeling healthy & strong again.  All I'm taking now is probiotics (take LOTS of them EVERY day), a prental vitamin (I'm nursing two kids), and garlic with chlorophyll.  I bought a Vita-Mix & use it several times daily.  You've got take a whole-body approach and get your immunity strong again & keep it that way.  

It was a tough fight for me.  Looking back, I have to wonder if it really had to be that way.  Maybe so.  I learned to take the hard-earned lessons to heart, for sure.

Books: The Yeast Connection series, Body Ecology, The Candida Cookbook, and ER4YT.  
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yes, there s the book:
cook right for your type.......
http://www.dadamo.com/napharm/BTstore/BTSstore.pl?user_action=detail&catalogno=ED006

also a recibase on line........
http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipes.htm
your son s blood type is? O like you, too?


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I struggled with Candida for most of the last year and a half, and the conclusion I've come to is this: it's 93% about diet.  


Welcome to the forums Stepanie!

Do you have an mercury/amalgam fillings?  There is a symbiotic relationship between candida and mercury.  Candida feeds on the mercury released from you fillings, keeping it from causing more problems in your body.

MoDon knows the most about this.


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You've got take a whole-body approach and get your immunity strong again & keep it that way.

I totally agree. If your immune system is strong then you probably won't have a candida problem. If you have a chronic candida problem then I would look for issues that are pulling your immune system down, such as mercury or other heavy metals, other toxins, intestinal health, etc.



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>Welcome to the forums Stepanie!

Do you have an mercury/amalgam fillings?  There is a symbiotic relationship between candida and mercury.  Candida feeds on the mercury released from you fillings, keeping it from causing more problems in your body.

MoDon knows the most about this.
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Thanks!  I don't have any mercury fillings, but I do have lots of white ones!  I attribute a lot of my susceptibility to candida to years of heavy drinking when I was younger, and being pregnant and/or breastfeeding for the last 4 1/2 years and not taking care of my own body as was suggested during that time.  I'd spend all my energy just taking care of the kids & it caught up with me.  You really do have to find a balance.   I feel soooooo much better these last few months.
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So what does your current diet look like?



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"So what does your current diet look like?"

I eat as much fresh, local, and/or organic produce as possible.  Some lightly cooked, some raw.  I eat antibiotic & hormone-free meat usually once a day, fish several times a week (mostly just wild atlantic salmon or tilapia).  Ideally, no wheat.  I do eat Ezekial bread.  Eggs sometimes.  I eat brown rice, quinoa, millet, amaranth.  Lots of herbs & spices.  I try to eat leafy greens at least once a day.  No dairy, but some soy or almond cheese.  I do have a little good-quality dark chocolate most days - keeps me from raiding my kids' cookie stash.  I eat about every two hours.  I'm fortunate not to have a weight problem, but I'm eating healthy stuff, anyway, and I have to eat when I'm hungry or I turn into a bear.

I incorporate all I can manage from ER4YT & mesh it with Solar Nutrition, which, in a nutshell, is eating in accordance with the energy from the sun.  You eat stuff that grows high in the trees (like nuts, apples, bananas) in the AM, stuff that grows closer to the earth or on the ground (like 4-legged-animals, squashes, other veggies, seeds) mid-day, and stuff that grows under the ground or under the water in the evening (like root veggies, seaweed, and seafood).

I make smoothies in my Vita-Mix every day, and soups most days, so I get all the fiber & nutrients.  It's the best kitchen tool I've ever bought.  

I can't seem to find a consensus on kombucha IRT ER4YT, but I've been having one jar almost every day and I really believe it has helped me a lot, and I love the stuff.  I still have a cup of regular coffee every AM, but it's got a mixture of pure cocoa and pure maple syrup that balances the hormones, and again, it really seems to work for me.  I sweeten it with Stevia.  I may cut that out soon.  Right now it's working for me.  If I need a kick in the afternoon I have a cup of Teecino with Stevia or green tea.  I drink a lot of Rooibos, Pau D'Arco and Yerba Mate & chamomile teas.
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all sounds great!


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I thought Teecino was made with barley, which is a type O avoid.


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Could very well be.  I'm new to this BTD business.  I'll have to check after I take my baby to bed (she's sleeping in my lap right now).

Bummer.  I like that stuff.  Thanks for mentioning it!
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You might also double check your cheese carefully for avoid ingredients.


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I've battled with Candida for years.  What helped me was taking a lot of probiotics and eliminating simple sugars (apart from fruit) and grains.  However, my Candida didn't completely start to go away until I introduced Nystatin.  (You can Google it)
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http://www.dadamo.com/forum/archive7/config.pl?read=24492

here s someone's experience with nystatin......


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speaking from experience...i highly recommend GSE (grapefruit seed extract). i have had all sorts of problems with my health for years and this seems to do wonders cleansing my body, never seen anything like it! i take it in liquid form every day now


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Narra,
thanks for sharing your experience with GSE!
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Will GTD works against candida too? I have candida and I am on GTD teacher's diet. Do I need to add more to GTD protocol or GTD is enough to cure candida too? After how long, staying on GTD, One can start having black dot items?


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check the yeast fungus protocol......

adjust your diet to make it as low GI as possible, until you start to see results.....die off is not fun!


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Just wanted to jump in here and say that I use a plant based silver from The Wolfe Clinic which is ionic and not metal based.  I am allergic to the metal based silvers anyway.  


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hi!

Just wondering whether rashes are part of the die-off symptoms? I don't have eczema.

I've been taking anti-fungals for quite some time for my sinusitis (candida-caused). Then, I took nettle (30 drops, 3 x in one day), Polyvite A, Polyflora A, Deflect A, Phytocal  A (I'm a first time user) for a day. I was deluged with rashes on my lower arms. I continued taking Deflect and Polyflora only but new rashes came out behind my ears, on my neck and face. I stopped the supplements totally. They're very itchy, small dots though not very red. Not sure whether this is due to the candida die-off or allergy to the supplements.

Appreciate your inputs!  

BTW not sure why the option to put my genotype is missing from the settings!
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Ops sorry -ignore my last sentence. It's appearing fine now.
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which system have you been following and what are your health issues?


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I'm recommending Lauricidin because I've taken it for a yeast overgrowth problem and it  resolved it...It resolved my friend's toenail fungus...I've also spoken to the man who created and holds the patent on this product and it's pretty impressive.  I've tried olive leaf, grapefruit seed extract and nothing worked quite as well as Lauricidin.
This product is truly one of a kind!

http://www.lauricidin.com/micro.asp


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Before starting this blood type diet, I have been following the Phase One diet that Doug Kaufmann from http://www.knowthecause.com
Now I am still following it, but also following the Phase One.  Here is the phase one diet outline.  All corn and peanuts are universally contaminated with mold.

This is information from http://www.knowthecause.com




!.  All sugars excluded, nada, net, nothing with sugar

2.    Artificial and herbal sweeteners:  Only Stevia and Stevia Plus are allowed

3.   Fruits:  Green apples, berries, avocados, grapefruit, lemons, limes and fresh coconut and the water/juice from coconut.  No other fruit is allowed, including fruit juices.

4.  Meat:  Virtually all meats, including fish, poultry and beef.  If you can buy organic grass fed meats. Uncured bacon is okay.

5.  Eggs:  Yes, all types allowed, organic grass fed/free range is best.  Avoid egg substitutes

6.  Dairy:  Butter and yogurt, ( organic is best)  sparingly: cream cheese, organic, sunsweetened whipping cream and  organic real sour cream.  All other, including margarine and any of the butter substitutes.  Whole Foods has an organic greek-style yogurt that is excellent.

7.  Vegetables,  Most fresh, unblemished vegetables and freshly made vegetable juice.  Drink daily 8-10oz of fresh carrot juice with 1/2 teaspoon of raw apple cider vinegar.  NO, potatoes and no beans or peas.

8.  Beverages:  Bottled or filtered water, non fruity, herb teas, Stevia-sweetened, fresh lemonage or lime-aide.   No coffee and tea including decaf and regular or diet sodas

9.  Grains:  Zero grains allowed.   Pasta, rice, corn, wheat, quinoa, amaranth, millet, buckwheat, oats and barley.

10.  Yeast Products:  No yeast allowed   All are excluded, as are bread, mushrooms, pasteries and alcohol.

11.  Vinegars:  Unpasteurized apple cider raw vinegar, black olives not aged in vinegar.  No pickles, salad dressings, green olives and soy sauce.

12,  Oils:  Olive, grape or flax seed and virgin coconut.  Coldpressed is best and organic.  No Partially-hydrogenated ("trans"0 oils, corn and peanut oil


13,  Nuts:  Raw nuts, including pecans, almonds, walnuts, cashews, pumpkin seeds   No peanuts and all peanut products and pistachios are excluded.


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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!
welcome!

take a look at his health series books as well!
http://www.4yourtype.com/products.asp?dept=19

also his online protocols
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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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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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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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