dvjorge wrote: If you know I am incorrect about friendly bacteria curing candida, it is ok. I don’t have any problem about that. What I won’t do is to argue against you or anybody else. I joined this forum to read, learn , and help. I didn’t come here to imposer anything.
I am always open to hear and share to reach a “cure”. Nothing else is more important for me.
I understand that, Jorge, nothing is any more important for me than to help these good people cure the debilitating infestation which is making them so miserable. There is little that makes me as happy as when I read another post from a member telling me how much our protocol has helped them to feel better and to get on with their life.
So when you come onto the site and immediately begin telling the members who are following the protocol that they’re doing it all wrong (more or less this is what you’ve done), then yes, I will debate you on that call all day and all night because I cannot stand quietly by and watch you take away the hope that they have to finally cure their long-standing infestations – not when I have seen not only myself heal from the protocol, but many others over the past seven months as well.
I wouldn’t have a problem with the information you’ve shared with us so far if you would tell the whole story as I explained in the post concerning magnesium. But you’re only giving them the information that you want them to have and leaving out the details. Another example concerns the post about probiotics not being helpful on a long term basis. Again, if you would bother to consider and explain why the commercial probiotics are so important during a Candida albicans infestation when it’s destroying the human body with toxins even though there is only a slim chance that these bacteria will colonize long term, then it would be much more helpful as well as hope-giving for the people reading. Instead, I have to come along behind you and clean up your mess so to speak by explaining the details which you conveniently leave out of your warped stories.
The “story behind the story” of the probiotics is this:
The commercial probiotics are used for the first six months to a year and often longer in order to allow the bacteria obtained from foods such as sauerkraut, homemade kefir and yogurt to colonize in the intestines. Full colonization during any illness, especially a fungal infection such as a Candida albicans infestation, takes many months; therefore the commercial probiotics are used as a stand-in for the actual colonization of bacteria which will eventually take place if the protocol is followed as explained. This means gradually incorporating fermented foods such as sauerkraut, homemade kefir and yogurt into the diet on a daily basis along with strong prebiotics which will feed the flora and allow them to multiply and colonize. Is that explanation acceptable for you, Jorge?