missiello wrote: In my opinion, I find it a little discouraging.
Hello, missiello. Try to keep in mind that, just because someone types something on a website doesn’t necessary make it fact. Anyone can type anything they choose online, all they have to do is put their fingers on the key board and start typing words. That’s why you need to use your common sense combined with real research and experience to determine which path you wish to travel.
We’ve discussed Bee’s protocol on the forum several times in the past.
In a nut shell, the website consists of a lot of baseless, useless information written by a fanatic with just one goal, that is of making money from her readers. I typed the paragraph below in response to questions about her information back in February.
A lot of people have problems with Bee’s knowledge and protocol. For one, she claims that lactose is merely changed into another form of sugar during fermentation, but what actually happens is, during fermentation, the lactose will form lactic acid; this is not a sugar, but rather an acid which is most beneficial to a Candida treatment. Bee also sells products, which means she’s biased as far as product choices are concerned.
Bee also advocates and advertises the very useless and overpriced ThreeLac product. Because of this alone, I wouldn’t pay you a dime for all the information on her website.
If you check out her entire site in detail, you’ll see that she also advertises other products such as colon cleansers and Candex which I’ve written many negative reviews on in the past with good reason. So I can’t put any faith in Bee’s information for many reasons. But if anyone is interested, she accepts VISA, MasterCard, and Discover among other payment methods, and according to her website, she also solicits donations.