raster;50351 wrote: When you have an overgrowth of candida, its important to note that many factors contributed to your overgrowth and not just methane. For instance, vaccinations, heavy metals, pH levels, other bacteria/parasites, vitamin or mineral deficiencies, immune response, etc. all contribute to the problem. If you address one thing, you may not have addressed the other things.
Additionally, specific organs may be damaged like your liver/kidneys…and if you cannot excrete the toxins (or methane) properly, they will build up in the body and make you feel bad.
Many other diseases and conditions are similar to candida as well so there is a chance you might not have an overgrowth. You could have a multi-faceted problem where its just part of the problem…
I guess what im saying is, the reason methylation is so important here is that it affects all of those things, and many more, and all those things can also influence it. Up to one third of the population is affected by this and it has many faces. Immune malfunctions and candida overgrowths are a big one with it, as are countless other things.