If you recall- when I posted pictures of all the die-off I had spontaneously achieved- people were quick to label it "mucus", "worms", "vegetable fiber"...lol..how can this NOT be entertaining?
Because you were quicker to label it Candida with absolutely no evidence to back it up. What proof do you have that what looks more like undigested cellulose is Candida?
But there were also hundreds of other web browsers who read my post, and learned something useful. At least they know its possible to kill candida.
They should be reading my previous responses to your claim instead:
"People: this is not mucus. This is not "undigested fiber". It is candida in its hyphal form.
"And I have eliminated over 1000 colonies like this.
When YOU began posting in this forum, I had already eliminated 2000+ hyphal colonies of candida....
A couple of days ago you claimed 1,000+ colonies. You must be one big Candida ball if you added another 1,000 colonies to your total in just a few days. Clearly you are doing something really wrong!
If this says anything to you.
Yes, that you have no idea what Candida looks like.
Hvg is right. Science has proven that Candida can adapt to a wide range of Ph levels. It mutates back and forth to adjust to the ph environment. The acids that our flora generates keeps candida from going fungal/more pathogenic. Many practitioners dont realize the science behind candida's ability to adapt to its ph environment.