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orka1998 wrote: I’ve been diagnosed with an autoimmune disease called polimiositis. It’s basically my own immune system attacking my own muscles. I’ve had some random symptoms before, but they really picked up the better I was doing with this protocol. So this made me wonder that if my immune system is attacking me and I am making it stronger, then I am giving it more power to attack me so logically this would lead to worsening of those symptoms. Anyone agree with me or know any other logical explanation on how would this work (meaning rebuilding immune system but not making an autoimmune disease worse).
Have you asked yourself why your immune system is attacking your own tissues ??
There is one part of the immune system that regulates it. The “suppressors cells”
When those cells are malfunctioning, there is a possible auto-immune attack.
People with chronic intestinal fungal overgrowth and with mercury toxicity are at risk of autoimmune diseases.
There are medical papers citing that candida toxins can suppress the action of the suppressor cells. This may be the cause why your immune system is attacking you.