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The way I look at it is its interesting but its in a completely different direction than what we try to promote as a protocol. There are some good and bad aspects of their protocol but I’m not going to dive into it too much. People probably feel the same about our forum one as well.
The way I look at this protocol and every protocol is that you most likely will find success modifying everything to suit your own needs and your own version of candida. The same goes with the diet. I feel that most people need some basic supplements in order to get better which needs to be modified based on your symptoms.
-Digestive enzymes or bitters
-Black walnut extract or other antifungal
-A good high strain high grade probiotic
-Fermented cod liver oil
-Vitamins abcdek, minerals, fatty acids, omega’s
-random x-factor supplements (thyroid, liver, kidney, etc. depends on your needs)
-Haven’t gotten there yet but involves chelation, alkalizing, etc.
Things to keep in mind:
-Do not begin a chelation protocol unless you are pH neutral.
-Do not alter pH unless supervised by a naturopath
Like I’ve mentioned in the past, I try not to promote the supplements I take because I don’t think these will work for everyone. With homeopathics, this is especially true.
I feel everyone needs to do the following as a goal:
-Introduce good flora and build it with prebiotics
-Protect the liver and kidneys
-Chew your food
-Remove toxins on the body
-Improve digestion to 3 BM’s per day
*should reduce symptoms 90% within 6-12 months
-random x-factor stuff that I cannot promote such as chelation, pH regimes, thyroid, adrenals, etc.