There is lots of good information in the article you posted.I am attaching a PDF about candida. that I think is fairly accurate
It was like a light bulb went on the other day. My daughter's cancer disappeared even faster than we expected. I have known many who came out of cancer - some came out and as soon as they stopped taking the products - cancer returned within a few years. My daughter was kept on a fungal antibiotic for four weeks in the hospital (doctor did not want to give to her but we insisted and he did) She developed a fungal pneumonia which according to a friend who is going to be a D.O., 100% of it's victims die from it. She called us and told us to tell the doctor to put her on the medicine because they thought she was going down hill because they could not find the right antibiotic.There is lots of good information in the article you posted.
The part near the end caught my attention. It is where they stated you need all your vitamins, amino acids, fatty acids, and minerals. This should have been placed near the front of the article since vitamin/mineral deficiency is a leading factor in developing disease, or in this case, candida.
Even if long term antibiotic use has destroyed the good intestinal bacteria, having no vitamin/mineral deciciency can still protect from yeast overgrowth because, as we are now finding out about vitamin D, genes are effectively turned on or off, creating substances that kill pathogens including fungi.
It is still my opinion that diet plays a huge role in preventing/reversing candida overgrowth, unlike the opinion of the articles' author. I also still think that natural antifungals, in combination with prescription antifungals, can assist in killing this 9 headed hydra known as candida. And it is still my opinion that you can't kill fungi while you are feeding it the very food it requires to flourish, therefore, it is still necessary to starve the fungi as part of the treatment.
As pointed out by Jim, and as previously stated by me several times, diet alone won't work against systemic candida. Fungi grow in layers, so even if you manage an effective treatment, you're only going to kill the top few layers, still leaving the colony to grow.
Nowhere in that article was there any mention of MMS, only H202, and they both work in the same manner. In fact, I think MMS would last longer in the blood, thus, would penetrate deeper.
There is one part of the article that states there is no medical test to determine if fungi is in the blood. This is true in the sense that fungi are much smaller than bacteria, and had to be looked at using an electron microscope, however, the problem is that most doctors are unaware that yeast fungi is even a health issue, so until such time that doctors are taught, the mainstream diagnosis will not change, and thus, millions of people will eventually be put on drugs and treated like mental patients..
I have been researching fungi for several years, and don't think that anyone understands exactly how they grow, undetected by the immune system to the point where they control the body. My best "guess" is that they grow as a result of a long term vitamin/mineral deficiency, and can be aided by antibiotics, fluoride, prescription drugs, and steroids such as birth control. The immune system does not "see" these organisms because they mimic normal human cells.
The best solution is to prevent fungal overgrowth with proper diet, including all the minerals/vitamins, amino acids, fatty acids, and taking a good daily probiotic. Tap water must be avoided as well antibiotic use unless absolutely necessary, and considering most of our antibiotic use comes from conventional feed lot meats, that is only possible if this type of meat is also avoided.
Add lots of sunshine, exercise, some method of dealing with day to day stress, and positive attitude. Remove any metal from your mouth, especially mercury fillings, keep your teeth and gums in optimal condition, and stay away from doctors.
If you look back into history you will see that rickets was caused by vitamin D deficiency, scurvy was caused by lack of vitamin C, pellagra was caused by niacin (B3) deficiency, and baribari disease was caused by a deficiency in thiamine (B1). In fact, all non man made disease is caused by a vitamin/mineral deficiency, so that would include several cancers, bone and joint disease, copd, asthma, skin disorders, and the list goes on and on.Could you send the information about vitamin/mineral deficiency causing fungus?
Suzy Cohen, registered pharmacist has a book out called "drug muggers" that explains how a drug can rob the body of a nutrient. This can be seen here:Hey pinballdoctor,
Do you know of anyone who has studied which drugs block vitamin/mineral absorbtion?
This is something that most conventional doctors don't understand, at least not yet.fungus causes many illnesses.
Thanks for this. I love mushrooms but always had some deep seated fear that I would start spouting mycelium strands and spores!plant based enzymes will not lead to fungal overgrowth. Nor will eating mushrooms.. lots of silly myths about fungus. I am attaching a PDF about candida. that I think is fairly accurate
From what I am finding out, a person not only needs vitamins but minerals too. Also, if one is taking vitamins which will not absorb in the body - you are wasting your time as well. We were never meant to live on rocks.
and this is to address Grandmaflorist's questions also...
Deficiency is the cause of all non man made disease.
This is my scenario. I feel like all I've done is waste time and money on useless doctors, random tests, and now have my own pharmacy of supplements. yet, I am not any better.Many people try many things over many years and only get partial clearing of their condition. They learn how to live with their dysfunction with a variety of supplements and approaches.
So did the gastroparesis and constipation start during or right after the vanco?I had MRSA in 2005 (we think I caught it at the gym) and the MDs didnt know what I had. I had to TELL THEM to culture it, .