I’ve recently had an increase in a lot of my symptoms without an apparent increase in yeast. I connected much of it to having stopped taking ALA three months ago. I wasn’t chelating, merely using it for general detox. Snce then I’ve also started reacting heavily to high thiol foods. Between that and the candida diet, there’s almost nothing I can eat anymore. I was going to start chelation (I’ve done one round and it was intense to say the least) because I want to get moving on this stuff before I lose any more ground. But you’re saying I should wait to chelate after methylation because of possible glutathione deficiency and that methylation might take care of the metals itself?
How long does it take from the time you order the test until you get your results back? Is there any reason to get your supplements from her and not somewhere else? Also, with all the supplements suggested, does one have to continuously take all of them?
And what if I can’t find a doctor to supervise in my area (I’m in Manitoba, Canada). An internet search for one revealed none. Are there good doctors which would work by phone, do you know? Or is tye Amy Yasko forum aware enough that I could probablynget a problem sorted out there?
I’m totally interested in this and it seems to make a lot of sense to me, despite the fact that I don’t have as good of a mind for science as I’d like. However, I’m a bit skeptical of a sight that offers an expensive test and then results which require you buy a bunch of supplements. What are the criticisms of Yasko’s work and are any of them valid?
Oh and if metthylB12 and methyl folate are fundamental, does it make sense just to add them and see if I improve or no?