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Re: What can cause the body to produce Alcohol?
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Re: What can cause the body to produce Alcohol?

 Is it not true that the byproducts of metabolizing (overgrown) candida/fungus are acetaldehyde and ethanol?

Ethanol is generated, which is metabolized in to acetylaldehyde.

Therefore, once fed, these fungi produce an alcohol effect that is released into our blood streams. I drank enough alcohol in the years prior to my sickening mold/fungus exposure to know how if feels to be drunk and though I have not touched a drop of alcohol in 3 years, this feels exactly the same. I even get the spins at night sometimes and have to sleep with one foot on the floor. Please advise...

There are other things that can cause these symtoms including inner ear disturbances and even decreased blood flow in the head area from plaque formation and/or a displaced vertebrae.


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