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White tongue isn’t candida on your tongue. Are your sure is Candida ??
Have you seen oral Thrush pictures ??
It is painful and cause inflammation.
A white tongue or oral thrush is definitely one of the many Candida symptoms, read any symptoms list.
Quote: “Conditions associated with white patches or other discolorations of your tongue include: Oral thrush, a yeast infection, also
known as candidiasis.” The Mayo Clinic
Ag also has a nail fungus, a tingling feeling throughout his body, and has been diagnosed with Candida yeast in his mouth. These things combined point to, at the very least, some type of yeast problem if not a Candida albicans infestation. If these are his only symptoms, the diet and protocol, which he has asked for, may be able to prevent it from growing larger and gaining strength, unless you think this is a bad idea
for some reason, Jorge.
Did you read me well, Able ??
I said a white tongue doesn’t mean candida is on your tongue.
A white tongue and Thrush are two totally different things.
White tongue is a common symptom of people with CRC. So common, that I could say is a must if you have this syndrome. It is the result of an intestinal fungal overgrowth.
However, Thrush, that means yeasts have infected your tongue causing inflammation and irritation isn’t common in people with CRC. It is possible but no a classic symptom.
Some people see a white tongue and call it thrush wrongly.
By the way, I have not questioned this person may be affected by a fungal overgrowth. I only wanted to highlight that a white tongue doesn’t mean Thrush.
For instance, this picture is a classic white tongue during CRC. It isn’t painful but a white coat on it.
This is Thrush: