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Hi. I've been dealing with a serious Candida overgrowth for the past 1-2 months and have been treating myself with probiotics, anti-fungals and a strict diet restricting sugars and carbs. I've eaten mostly raw in the past 3 months and made some progress with this change in diet but still suffer from serious debilitating problems such as brain fog, inability to focus/concentrate and fatigue.
Has any members ever dealt with Candida and succeeded in overcoming it? If so, how did you heal yourself? As you know Candida is extremely debilitating and I feel like I am being set back in life. I feel I can't live fully until I've completely rid myself of this delibilitating disease.
Any advice is appreciated.
05-25-2012, 07:22 AM
05-25-2012, 07:31 AM
Hey Georgina, that link doesn't work. Hmmm.
05-25-2012, 09:32 AM
sorry ... works for me. Maybe only works for the person who instigates it.
I was trying to show results for coconut oil cleanses as they seemed particularly popular last year!
05-25-2012, 12:23 PM
This is basically all just my opinion from what I've learned/experienced.
Candida and parasites are simply the garbage clean up crew in the body from eating things not specifically designed for the body. IMO the only way to fully get rid of both is to switch to an all raw plant foods way of eating. Then add in some herbs and cleanses to get even deeper into the tissues.
One thing that I know will get candida out of your colon is raw apple cider vinegar. Do a google search and it will turn up a lot of info. You do an enema with a specific amount of raw ACV in the water and allow the water/ACV mix to reach all of your colon area via massage and laying on one side then the other. BUT, only use the amount of ACV as is described in the google searches. If you use too much ACV in the water you risk dislodging larger candida growths that have burrowed deep into your colon wall and if they release from the walls too early there's a risk of creating lots of tiny holes...AKA...leaky gut.
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