I'm taking nystatin, digestive enzymes, diatomaceous earth, enemas (nystatin, probiotic and coffee) and ozone therapy (rectal insufflation).
My health totally collapsed around a year ago and I'm on a mission to get back on my feet. I had my Amalgams removed around 4 months ago and have recently started DMSA. (Urine metal challenge showed high hg, lead and nickel).
I've been eating a pretty restricted diet due to intolerances etc but I'm worried it may in some way contribute to these things?
I'm following what could be described as a pretty restricted gaps diet. Meat, good fat and low carb veg. All organic. I'm worried about being too low carb though. If I added back in things like squash, carrots etc, do you think it would contribute to the growth of these things? I've been feeling considerably better since getting rid of this stuff.