Has anybody who contributes to this forum who has cured their candida condition experianced glucose intolerance after recovery ? If so for how long ?
My theory is that whilst you are infected with candida your pancreas becomes lazy and therefore doesn't produce as much insulin because the candida is consuming the serum glucose very quickly thereby acting as a third party glucose regulator. Hence, after you recover from candida, you are suddenly deprived of a mechanism (albeit hostile) to control glucose levels and suddenly your pancreas is working overtime. Perhaps anybody with experience or additional views regarding this topic can provide some further input.
For anybody who is wondering how I cured a very severe candida condition...( I speculate that I had it atleast 3-4 years)
Strict low GI diet, and medium to large doses of Colloidal Silver , thats it, nothing more. Dont be scared off by the Colloidal Silver doom merchants, its safe highly effective and has provided myself with an opportunity to live healthily once again.