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Vegan Catlady
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dvjorge;54053 wrote: “Eliminating natural sugars (like fruit and honey) from the diet when one has candida overgrowth can actually exacerbate the candida issue and cause systemic candida overgrowth:

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Every single day, I am more surprised about the amount of garbage we can read in the Internet.

I would like to know the amount of suffering fruits and honey may cause to some candida sufferer.

It probably can not be measured.!

Jorge.

I know if I heard this when I had my first bad attack, I would have looked for her to smack her. I feared a glass of water, just swallowing hurt.

After doing a lot of reading, she isnt the only one repeating this info.

I think well-meaning bloggers, who have candida in early stages, who are not really having serious symptoms,do not realize that the audience they reach may be on the verge of insanity with this. Their information may be true for some people though.

I appreciate the information McCombs offers, because he often offers links to the studies he sites from.

“Starvation of yeast cells induces exponentially grown cells (and usually non-germinative) to germinate. This phenomenon is also observed in cells that are transiently treated with metabolic inhibitors. During each of these treatments (starvation, metabolic inhibition), expression of a growth regulatory gene (CGRI) increases. Candida albicans: adherence, signaling and virulence.” Calderone et al. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11204138