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Re: Post candida glucose intolerance


Great work mackenzie1... My mood has significantly elevated since overcoming candida and I shall re-check my cholesterol in order to paint a clear picture of what my current levels are, and continue to observe, although unfortunately for myself I dont have a history of LDL measurements so therefore will be unable to confirm the connection.

I'm open minded regarding any glucose distortions whether it be a hypoglycemic effect or the opposite, or if indeed if it has anything to do with recovering from candida at all, afterall our pancreas is highly versatile.

It's difficult to form an accurate assessment when you cannot afford private testing and your doctor refuses to provide tests for a variety of potential intolerances due to their academic conditioning that places an emphasis of pescribing prozac. I could sit in a surgary in a state of ignorance dishing out prozac (because I knew I didnt have a clue with regards to what the genuine cause of the patients symptoms were) whilst gleefully covered by "professional liabilty insurance". Heck I'd take the 40 k per year aswell !
 

 
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