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Published: 15 years ago
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Re: Canuckguy

"copper is actually a natural antifungal"

sure, to a point.

"COPPER AND YEAST INFECTIONS: Our bodies use copper to help control the growth of yeast."
"When copper is out of balance, our bodies cannot control yeast overgrowth. This often lead to chronic candida albicans infections that are resistant to treatment....Copper imbalance impairs the immune system. Research is underway investigating the role of excess copper in tumor angiogenesis. Copper imbalance is often related to a tendency for infections and cancer."

"The late psychiatrist, Dr. Carl Pfeiffer of Princeton University, reported in the Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine in 1987 that 64% of his female patients and 37% of males had elevated copper...CANDIDA: There will often be high iron and excess copper."

"Copper-lowering agents may be given, including mineral and vitamin antagonists, chelating agents and sequestrants. Specific nutrient antagonists and chelators are helpful depending on the individual's mineral balance. These include vitamin C, molybdenum, sulfur, vitamin B6, manganese, zinc and others. These nutrients need to be given in a manner that contributes to balancing the overall body chemistry."

Chances are we get plenty of copper from our plumbing pipes and cookware.

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