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    Default Re: Has anyone here had Candida and cured it?

    I can't recommend these products enough:
    https://www.canxida.com/

    They're well worth the money. I managed to remove my bad eczema with them and for years it was painful as hell and I was quite desperate with the condition I had, because nothing ever worked and doctors were clueless. Constant agonizing itching & pain in my hands and legs for years. The doctors just ordered strong steroid creams that made me feel worse, because they wrecked my gut even more! Now I am in the process of cleaning my whole gut from candida with the Candida Crusher program.

    This doctor called Eric Bakker knows what he is talking about, he's an expert.

    "When you've seen beyond yourself, then you may find, peace of mind is waiting there." ~ George Harrison

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    Quote Posted by chris_walker (here)
    Have you looked into lufenuron? FWIW, both my mother and I tried this in 2012-13 and we are both still around as of 2018. I have also had another friend and his mother try it (both our mothers contracted cancer and my friend and I acted as guinea pigs) and they are still around too!

    I forgot the place I bought if from, but this might have been it. I suggest to research it and see if it is for you.

    http://www.buy-lufenuron.com/lufenuron.pdf

    https://duckduckgo.com/?q=lufenuron+...ns&t=hf&ia=web

    No I've never heard of it. I prefer not to use a pharmaceutical. Thanks any way

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    Quote Posted by Wind (here)
    I can't recommend these products enough:
    https://www.canxida.com/

    They're well worth the money. I managed to remove my bad eczema with them and for years it was painful as hell and I was quite desperate with the condition I had, because nothing ever worked and doctors were clueless. Constant agonizing itching & pain in my hands and legs for years. The doctors just ordered strong steroid creams that made me feel worse, because they wrecked my gut even more! Now I am in the process of cleaning my whole gut from candida with the Candida Crusher program.

    This doctor called Eric Bakker knows what he is talking about, he's an expert.


    Thanks I'll look into this

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    Quote Posted by Spiral (here)
    Diet is the safest way I would have thought, it needs to be total & for long enough without cheating to really knock the candida back, and even then you may find that you need to avoid anything with sugar in (inc fruit) , potatoes & grains on a more of less ongoing diet as a part of life.

    Basically just eat vegetables, meat & eggs, & don't drink anything with sugar (inc fruit juice) or milk, (or beer) for several weeks, you will also lose any fat that you might have about your person too.
    I've heard a lot of controversy over eating fruit or not. Personally I find it very hard not to eat fruit after several days. I don't seem to notice a negative effect after eating fruit either.

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    Quote Posted by Bill Ryan (here)
    Quote Posted by rebecca7411 (here)
    I looked this up and read that turpentine kills beneficial bacteria as well as harmful bacteria, making it questionable. Someone with Candida needs to build up beneficial bacteria in their bodies
    A visiting guest read this post, and sent me the following:

    ~~~
    I saw something posted and am not a member of your forum. She is treating the problem by treating it as a bacteria. Using drugs that kill bacteria will not do anything at all to kill fungus and that is the problem she has it is not a bacteria.

    She needs to focus on anti-fungal not bacteria they are two different animals and if I understand her she is treating it incorrectly and wondering why no progress.

    By the way the best fungal killer in the world is Vicks VapoRub.



    You have a fungus on a toenail? On the corner of your lip? Touch it there with the stuff and cover it. Smother in the stuff on your toes, feet, cover in socks and sleep for a week that way. Your feet will never look better and the fungus won't stand a chance. You waste your time trying the other stuff when this is readily available and works.

    My wife treated a fungus on her toes for years Bill! Years! She was undergoing tests for blood and liver function and the drugs they gave her to remove a toe fungus changed the melanin in her skin making her get darker skinned but never killed that fungus! My mother told her about Vicks and she used it and in four days! Four damn days that fungus was gone! Throw that other prescribed stuff out and get you some Vicks and just watch.

    Thanks. Vicks vapor rub can't be consumed orally though so I wouldn't be able to use it.

    I made a mistake when I referred to candida as a bacteria. It starts out as a bacteria and in it's malignant form mutates into the fungus from what I understand

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    Quote Posted by kanishk (here)
    I just bought the BETAINE HYDROCHLORIDE and empty capsules.

    I came to know that I have low stomach acid. So I did a test for it in the morning. Which is half tea spoon of Sodium Bi Carbonate (backing soda) in a cup of water, first thing in the morning. If you burb after 5 minutes, then your low acid problem is severe. And I didn't burp at all. Did the test for 3 days.

    So I made these Betain Hydrochloride capsules. And from last 4 days increasing them from 1 capsule before meal to 5 capsules and more.

    Just after taking the first dose of one capsule next day my problem of rectal itching was gone. It is linked with Candida.

    In past I used so much antibiotics, and painkillers because of salivary gland infection and stone; so I always knew I had to improve the flora of my gut. So now I have to find good brand of probiotics with different kinds of strains of bacteria.

    I didn't knew about this Betain Hydrochloride supplementation before. But I knew that this HYDROCHLORIDE acid production can disrupt the whole cycle of HCL and NaOH production in liver and gut wall; when I learned that in school. What happens is, if gut secrets acid, then only bile is secreted by the liver and gallbladder in sufficient amounts. And bile is composed of NaOH. So its a base. And it neutralizes the acid to a certain degree. And biochemically when NaOH is produced HCL is produced, which will be used next time when you eat.

    Taking Apple cider vinegar before meals makes your gut acidic enough to induce the upcoming chain of cycles in digestive system. In Indian people love eating GolGappas here. Most of the street vendors use Hydrochloric acid (muratic acid) used for washing toilets to make the water used for it. Some used Sulphuric acid (batter acid). I observed people eat these things after office before dinner. Maybe for some it is helping their digestive system or maybe disbalancing it too in some way.

    So, if you don't have enough acid in your gut the food does not get treated with acid that kills bacteria. Later on base (bile) is added to it, which makes it more basic and friendly for harmful bacterial growth. And because the food is not treted with acids and enzymes needed its molecular structure doesn't break down and therefore instead of amino acids acids the proteins are leaked into the body via small intestine because of poor health of small intestine. This PH level of food in our digestive system plays role of inducing various valves and contractions and secretion of enzymes.

    I recently searched the relationship between Low Stomach acid and Candia.

    You only need Betain Hydrochloride to recycle the Hydrogen cycle in the biochemical cycle of body for the production of HCL and NaOH. I am not seeing any data on this discussed anywhere. But I knew this from my college days. But you will find people telling that you eventually reduce the intake of Betain Hydrochloride to one capsule and then to zero; because if you take more you feel little sensation in gut which is not like regular acidity.
    I use raw apple cider vinegar a lot. I'll look into the betain hydrochloride

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    Default Re: Has anyone here had Candida and cured it?

    Quote Posted by Bassplayer1 (here)
    I picked up an intestinal parasite, which went undiagnosed for around 6 years or so. My understanding is that intestinal parasites behave in the same way as candida - they thrive in the same conditions and parasites often lead to candida. I got rid of mine with castor oil and switching to vegan.
    I've beena vegan for the past couple of years and primarily for vegetarian my entire life

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    Default Re: Has anyone here had Candida and cured it?

    No, a fungus does not, never, starts up as a bacteria to change later as a fungus.

    A fungus starts up as a fungus, and remain a fungus throughout its life.

    Bacteria and fungus are two entirely different bugs - well, animals bugging us lol. Therefore the treatment may differ.

    Thanks Bill for the vic vaporub into, i wonder which ingredient in it does the job of treating fungus.

    Quote Posted by rebecca7411 (here)
    Quote Posted by Bill Ryan (here)
    Quote Posted by rebecca7411 (here)
    I looked this up and read that turpentine kills beneficial bacteria as well as harmful bacteria, making it questionable. Someone with Candida needs to build up beneficial bacteria in their bodies
    A visiting guest read this post, and sent me the following:

    ~~~
    I saw something posted and am not a member of your forum. She is treating the problem by treating it as a bacteria. Using drugs that kill bacteria will not do anything at all to kill fungus and that is the problem she has it is not a bacteria.

    She needs to focus on anti-fungal not bacteria they are two different animals and if I understand her she is treating it incorrectly and wondering why no progress.

    By the way the best fungal killer in the world is Vicks VapoRub.



    You have a fungus on a toenail? On the corner of your lip? Touch it there with the stuff and cover it. Smother in the stuff on your toes, feet, cover in socks and sleep for a week that way. Your feet will never look better and the fungus won't stand a chance. You waste your time trying the other stuff when this is readily available and works.

    My wife treated a fungus on her toes for years Bill! Years! She was undergoing tests for blood and liver function and the drugs they gave her to remove a toe fungus changed the melanin in her skin making her get darker skinned but never killed that fungus! My mother told her about Vicks and she used it and in four days! Four damn days that fungus was gone! Throw that other prescribed stuff out and get you some Vicks and just watch.

    Thanks. Vicks vapor rub can't be consumed orally though so I wouldn't be able to use it.

    I made a mistake when I referred to candida as a bacteria. It starts out as a bacteria and in it's malignant form mutates into the fungus from what I understand

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    Quote Posted by kanishk (here)
    I just bought the BETAINE HYDROCHLORIDE and empty capsules.

    I came to know that I have low stomach acid. So I did a test for it in the morning. Which is half tea spoon of Sodium Bi Carbonate (backing soda) in a cup of water, first thing in the morning. If you burb after 5 minutes, then your low acid problem is severe. And I didn't burp at all. Did the test for 3 days.

    So I made these Betain Hydrochloride capsules. And from last 4 days increasing them from 1 capsule before meal to 5 capsules and more.

    Just after taking the first dose of one capsule next day my problem of rectal itching was gone. It is linked with Candida.

    In past I used so much antibiotics, and painkillers because of salivary gland infection and stone; so I always knew I had to improve the flora of my gut. So now I have to find good brand of probiotics with different kinds of strains of bacteria.

    I didn't knew about this Betain Hydrochloride supplementation before. But I knew that this HYDROCHLORIDE acid production can disrupt the whole cycle of HCL and NaOH production in liver and gut wall; when I learned that in school. What happens is, if gut secrets acid, then only bile is secreted by the liver and gallbladder in sufficient amounts. And bile is composed of NaOH. So its a base. And it neutralizes the acid to a certain degree. And biochemically when NaOH is produced HCL is produced, which will be used next time when you eat.

    Taking Apple cider vinegar before meals makes your gut acidic enough to induce the upcoming chain of cycles in digestive system. In Indian people love eating GolGappas here. Most of the street vendors use Hydrochloric acid (muratic acid) used for washing toilets to make the water used for it. Some used Sulphuric acid (batter acid). I observed people eat these things after office before dinner. Maybe for some it is helping their digestive system or maybe disbalancing it too in some way.

    So, if you don't have enough acid in your gut the food does not get treated with acid that kills bacteria. Later on base (bile) is added to it, which makes it more basic and friendly for harmful bacterial growth. And because the food is not treted with acids and enzymes needed its molecular structure doesn't break down and therefore instead of amino acids acids the proteins are leaked into the body via small intestine because of poor health of small intestine. This PH level of food in our digestive system plays role of inducing various valves and contractions and secretion of enzymes.

    I recently searched the relationship between Low Stomach acid and Candia.

    You only need Betain Hydrochloride to recycle the Hydrogen cycle in the biochemical cycle of body for the production of HCL and NaOH. I am not seeing any data on this discussed anywhere. But I knew this from my college days. But you will find people telling that you eventually reduce the intake of Betain Hydrochloride to one capsule and then to zero; because if you take more you feel little sensation in gut which is not like regular acidity.
    I use raw apple cider vinegar a lot. I'll look into the betain hydrochloride

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    Quote Posted by Bill Ryan (here)
    Quote Posted by rebecca7411 (here)
    I looked this up and read that turpentine kills beneficial bacteria as well as harmful bacteria, making it questionable. Someone with Candida needs to build up beneficial bacteria in their bodies
    A visiting guest read this post, and sent me the following:

    ~~~
    I saw something posted and am not a member of your forum. She is treating the problem by treating it as a bacteria. Using drugs that kill bacteria will not do anything at all to kill fungus and that is the problem she has it is not a bacteria.

    She needs to focus on anti-fungal not bacteria they are two different animals and if I understand her she is treating it incorrectly and wondering why no progress.

    By the way the best fungal killer in the world is Vicks VapoRub.



    You have a fungus on a toenail? On the corner of your lip? Touch it there with the stuff and cover it. Smother in the stuff on your toes, feet, cover in socks and sleep for a week that way. Your feet will never look better and the fungus won't stand a chance. You waste your time trying the other stuff when this is readily available and works.

    My wife treated a fungus on her toes for years Bill! Years! She was undergoing tests for blood and liver function and the drugs they gave her to remove a toe fungus changed the melanin in her skin making her get darker skinned but never killed that fungus! My mother told her about Vicks and she used it and in four days! Four damn days that fungus was gone! Throw that other prescribed stuff out and get you some Vicks and just watch.

    My mother has a nasty infection on one of her feet that she has spent a stupid amount of money fighting for the better part of a year. I called her as soon as I read this. She's excited to try it.

    I'll be sure to report back with the results. If this works, let me tell you, it's one of those things you just need to know.

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    Default Re: Has anyone here had Candida and cured it?

    Thanks, Flash.

    I had a misunderstanding. I did some research and you are correct

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    Quote Posted by Indigris (here)
    Quote Posted by Bill Ryan (here)
    Quote Posted by rebecca7411 (here)
    I looked this up and read that turpentine kills beneficial bacteria as well as harmful bacteria, making it questionable. Someone with Candida needs to build up beneficial bacteria in their bodies
    A visiting guest read this post, and sent me the following:

    ~~~
    I saw something posted and am not a member of your forum. She is treating the problem by treating it as a bacteria. Using drugs that kill bacteria will not do anything at all to kill fungus and that is the problem she has it is not a bacteria.

    She needs to focus on anti-fungal not bacteria they are two different animals and if I understand her she is treating it incorrectly and wondering why no progress.

    By the way the best fungal killer in the world is Vicks VapoRub.



    You have a fungus on a toenail? On the corner of your lip? Touch it there with the stuff and cover it. Smother in the stuff on your toes, feet, cover in socks and sleep for a week that way. Your feet will never look better and the fungus won't stand a chance. You waste your time trying the other stuff when this is readily available and works.

    My wife treated a fungus on her toes for years Bill! Years! She was undergoing tests for blood and liver function and the drugs they gave her to remove a toe fungus changed the melanin in her skin making her get darker skinned but never killed that fungus! My mother told her about Vicks and she used it and in four days! Four damn days that fungus was gone! Throw that other prescribed stuff out and get you some Vicks and just watch.

    My mother has a nasty infection on one of her feet that she has spent a stupid amount of money fighting for the better part of a year. I called her as soon as I read this. She's excited to try it.

    I'll be sure to report back with the results. If this works, let me tell you, it's one of those things you just need to know.
    Well I 100% forgot about this, but it did, indeed, work, after a couple of weeks of daily application before bed.

    I'm sorry that I never delivered!

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    Default Re: Has anyone here had Candida and cured it?

    I'd not visited this thread for a while, and (sorry!) never realized there was a poll. So I've just added my vote to 'Yes I have had it and no longer suffer from Candida'.

    My story was simple. Nearly 30 years ago I realized I had Candida, as all the symptoms were there. It all made sense, as I'd had a LOT of antibiotics when I was a kid. (OMG.)

    So I consulted a specialist, who was a kinesiologist. That's how he tested me, and tested to confirm all the supplements I needed.

    I can't remember what all the supplements were, but the main protocol I do remember is the diet: no sucrose, fructose, glucose, lactose, yeast, mushrooms, caffeine, or wheat.

    That simply starves the Candida right out, because it lives on sugar (including fruit sugar!) and yeast. So that meant no
    • Fruit of any kind
    • Dairy products of any kind
    • Bread
    • Alcohol
    • Tea or coffee.
    I basically ate meat, fish, eggs, vegetables, soya, nuts and rice: a kind of simple paleo diet (all non-dairy fats were fine). Almost nothing else. I kept that up religiously for 18 months.

    I got to feel fantastically healthy (as one might imagine), and after that I was all clear, and have stayed that way. But after that, interestingly, I've never been able to consume even a tiny whiff of alcohol... I'm as sensitive (literally) as a baby. No harm there.
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    Thanks Bill for sharing your story.

    I've heard some people say they've cured it while either certain fruits, others say they cured it while eating wheat... There's a lot of variations.

    I actually haven't been having a lot of noticeable symptoms of it lately and have put trying to cure myself on the backburner.

    I'm not sure if you saw my other thread that you've posted on or not... But I left my soon to be ex husband and finally got into a shelter about 2 weeks ago! My son and I are safe here but a whole lot of legal problems have to be dealt with and addressed now.

    I know this is off topic, but I thought I'd tell you since you encouraged me to leave Thank you!

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    Just a personal anecdote, but last year, I finally recovered from a rather lengthy disease that ended up sneaking off with most of my hearing, among other useful things. It also ended up causing a pretty tough infection that took multiple antiobitics and surgeries to situate.

    After recovery, I noticed I was quite lethargic, tired, and just mentally/physically “off.”

    I ended up visiting an acupuncture/holistic physician that a lot of folks in the area rave about, and after a very detailed exam, I was informed I likely had an issue with the Candida fungus. I ended up taking a few different combinations of herbs along with weekly acupuncture treatments, and after about two months, I felt like I had the energy I had as a kid. It’s been a complete reversal of symptoms.

    Again, totally anecdotal, but I’ve not felt this well considering in years.

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    Quote Posted by DNA (here)
    Low carb no sugar diet is the first step.
    Also many folks here have tried turpentine. 100% gum spirits of turpentine, don't buy turp at the hardware store it has been denatured which means it has had petroleum added.
    This is the type I've used. Diamond G
    You can order it on Amazon for like $20


    One teaspoon on three sugar cubes, once every three days.
    You need the sugar, you are using the sugar to entice the candida and then the turp gets them.
    For what it's worth, I saw a youtube several months ago of a guy who cured it by doing the opposite of what people generally recommend -- he ate strictly high carb, NO FAT diet. I can't find the video now though.

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    Quote Posted by Bill Ryan (here)
    Quote Posted by rebecca7411 (here)
    I looked this up and read that turpentine kills beneficial bacteria as well as harmful bacteria, making it questionable. Someone with Candida needs to build up beneficial bacteria in their bodies
    A visiting guest read this post, and sent me the following:

    ~~~
    I saw something posted and am not a member of your forum. She is treating the problem by treating it as a bacteria. Using drugs that kill bacteria will not do anything at all to kill fungus and that is the problem she has it is not a bacteria.

    She needs to focus on anti-fungal not bacteria they are two different animals and if I understand her she is treating it incorrectly and wondering why no progress.

    By the way the best fungal killer in the world is Vicks VapoRub.



    You have a fungus on a toenail? On the corner of your lip? Touch it there with the stuff and cover it. Smother in the stuff on your toes, feet, cover in socks and sleep for a week that way. Your feet will never look better and the fungus won't stand a chance. You waste your time trying the other stuff when this is readily available and works.

    My wife treated a fungus on her toes for years Bill! Years! She was undergoing tests for blood and liver function and the drugs they gave her to remove a toe fungus changed the melanin in her skin making her get darker skinned but never killed that fungus! My mother told her about Vicks and she used it and in four days! Four damn days that fungus was gone! Throw that other prescribed stuff out and get you some Vicks and just watch.


    My wife makes soaps and lotions and sells them at the farmer's markets in the area I live.

    She made a really good muscle rub that was for all intents and purposes edible because it was coconut oil and beeswax based.

    The difficult ingredient to get was the camphor crystals, because there are laws restricting their sale for some reason.

    You have to buy Camphor from India, and you have to say you are using it for incense. Really weird.

    I found that ingesting the muscle rub had a lot of positive side effects, it killed your appetite and gave a lot of excellent health benefits.




    Quote A: The active ingredients in Vicks VapoRub are camphor (a cough suppressant and topical analgesic), eucalyptus oil (a cough suppressant) and menthol (a cough suppressant and topical analgesic). The inactive ingredients in Vicks VapoRub include cedarleaf oil, nutmeg oil, petrolatum, thymol and turpentine oil.
    Just as a side note Vick's Vapor Rub has been denatured, it has had pertolatum added, do not eat Vick's Vapor Rub. Just making sure we are clear on that.


    Also, strangely enough I've found that the camphor in Vick's vapor rub is synthetic and made from Turpentine strangely enough. So it appears we have come full circle here.


    Quote The synthetic camphor was tested and proven to deliver the same product benefits as the natural camphor for VapoRub.” The active ingredients in Vicks VapoRub are camphor, eucalyptus oil and menthol. They have been staples in this product for over 100 years.

    Quote Today, camphor is chemically manufactured from turpentine oil. It is used in products such as Vicks VapoRub. Camphor products can be rubbed on the skin (topical application) or inhaled. ... People use camphor topically to relieve pain and reduce itching.
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    I've had Candida problems for several years now and control it by having a very limited diet.

    Has anyone here had experience with this life changing condition?
    I've had systemic candida since a teen when my dermatologist put me on daily tetracycline for acne -- for 6 YEARS! I recently tried some "Nashville hot chicken" and it felt like the cayenne pepper was attacking the candida. Today I made up a bunch of cayenne pepper capsules, feels like it's doing something. Time will tell.

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    Apparently cayenne is known for fighting candida:

    "It has the ability to kill fungus and prevent formation of fungal pathogens. Studies found that it was active against 16 different fungal strains, including Candida."

    https://draxe.com/cayenne-pepper-benefits/

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    Everything Bill said here about a simple paleo diet is essential. I didn't know about camphor. Another anti-fungal is methylene blue. There's a very interesting article about it at the
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    I picked up an intestinal parasite, which went undiagnosed for around 6 years or so. My understanding is that intestinal parasites behave in the same way as candida - they thrive in the same conditions and parasites often lead to candida. I got rid of mine with castor oil and switching to vegan.
    I've beena vegan for the past couple of years and primarily for vegetarian my entire life
    try the carnivore diet. Apparently it's the cure to candida. too many vegans are dropping like flies due to the lack of proper nutrition on the vegan diet. It's an impossible diet to maintain permanently.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x_W_JK6BZFg

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    Candida is a fungus and it comes in various disguises.
    Instead of a chemical or pharmaceutical drugs, I use herb formulas.
    Like cancer cells, we all have them and the idea is to keep them under control.
    We are all different and we react differently to fungus.
    Some people have jock itch, athlete's foot, emotional roller coasters, blackness around the eyes, etc., while others don't.
    Some cancers behave like fungus, and fungus and parasitic infection seem to augment each other.
    Eating raw fish, which is common where I live, is definitely a no-no.

    Beer, moldy cheese, chocolate (which has been fermented), or anything that lowers your immune system can proliferate candida in the human body.

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    Leaky gut is more like the result of big round worms which can make swiss cheese out of your intestines.
    Candida is fungus, and some (not all) cancers behave like fungus.

    Everyone is different, so the candida infections may go unnoticed, but the best cure (without any side effects) is probably herb combinations and homeopathy. Acidophilus will greatly help, needless to say.

    Beer, moldy cheese, sugar, raw mushrooms, chocolate (which as been fermented) and other fermented foods can provoke itchiness, athleet's foot, jock itch, etc., but again, everyone is different.

    I have a chronic fatigue issue, but it's more like due to chemtrails. Fungus and parasitic infections seem to augment each other, so use of wormwood is recommended on a regular basis.

    One very interesting thing about fungus infection is, white people are more susceptible, while Asians seem to be more resistant to fungus infection. That's why you have to be careful when you buy Chinese herb medicine, because it almost always contains mushrooms (and other nasties you don't want to know). Brown rice was made popular by some macrobiotics from Japan, but it is the source of fungal toxin.

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