Home › The Candida Forum › Candida Questions › Elevated lipase levels in blood? (possible candida indicator?) › Reply To: Elevated lipase levels in blood? (possible candida indicator?)
raster;31137 wrote: From my experience, multiple organs become slightly damaged from a candida infestation including the liver, kidneys, brain, intestines, adrenals, thyroid, pancreas, galbladder, etc. A good approach to healing in my opinion is an approach that heals holistically, healing all of multiple organs all at once.
My liver enzymes were elevated when I got tested and healing them greatly reduced my symptoms. For some people it could be a different organ such as the kidneys (causing candida to occur on sexual organs) or thyroid (feeling really messed up), etc.
I wish I could help more but I wouldn’t put too much into this test. I think it shows you that this organ is damaged and this will require healing it in a specific way. One thing to keep in mind is that western drugs do not heal, they only treat the symptoms, so taking pharmaceuticals won’t heal your pancreas (in my opinion).
Wow! Thanks for this info! About 20 months ago, I stopped being able to take probiotics and some teas such as milk thistle and Moringa…basically any microbial substance. No one was able to explain this until last week when I discovered that people suffering from pancreatitis CANNOT take probiotics. Happy to finally understand this but a bit alarmed about pancreas. I have an appt. to check it (have discomfort in upper left rib area). My question is: do you think that doing a seriously strict anti-candida dirt for 6 months can heal my pancreas? I understand that you’re not a doctor, but I would appreciate your opinion.