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Re: rid myself of candida?
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Re: rid myself of candida?

Toxic, hello.

"The causes are many and varied and obviously cultural. Candida overgrowth can happen when bacterial/fungal balance in the intestines is affected adversely by drugs such as Antibiotics , vaccinations, steroids, birth control pills; chemicals such as amalgam, mercury, other toxic metals, pesticides, aspartame, MSG, perfumes, industrial; diet including sugars, consistent alcohol consumption, nutritional deficiencies, overeating, and refined, canned, smoked, preserved and fried foods; diseases such as diabetes mellitus, chronic constipation or diarrhea, genital candida; and mental/emotional/spiritual imbalances."

Anything you do will help, but from what I have read and my personal experiences, removal of the Amalgam fillings and just as important if not more. Removal of any root canals, and Amalgam tattoos you might have. The older they are the worse they can be. The problem is, they can seem like they are all right and actually be the cause of many health problems.

I have personally helped the following health problems by removal of all of the above mentioned. Acute sinusitis, Fibromyalgia, arthritis, sleep apnea, and lethargy. For years I had taken many series of Antibiotics for sinus infections (about 4 or 5 times a year). This was the cause of the candidiasis.

You might want to take this test if you haven't already done so to determine the chances that you actually do have candidiasis.

If and when you decide on the dental clean up, make sure you go to a dentist that understands the correct protocol for removal of Amalgam and root canals. Contact this Dr. for a referral in your area.

Removal of the above can be expensive if done correctly, but worth every cent.

Death is a part of life, but being sick isn't. Do whatever it takes.

My best.


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