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dvjorge wrote: Able is nothing but a simple sufferer that began this battle only a few months ago who claim to be cured but still follow an anticandida diet.
LOL … well thanks for speaking for me, Jorge, but I’m afraid you’ve once again completely misinformed the members of the forum. This could possibly be because you don’t know what you’re talking about, or it could be that you’re running short on insults and names to call me. Either way, the word “wrong” fits you well.
such as this protocol are many in the web. This is the common spread information found in the web.
Please post a link to another protocol which mirrors the one we use here; of course that would include all of the answers and explanations that we’ve posted on the forum in the past and present. To get this right, you’ll need to read the messages posted by the following forum members. You can find their posts by typing each name in the search section. (maybe this’ll keep him busy for a while, folks)
And of course yours truly.
If I missed anyone, please let me know.
By the way, if there are so many others like this one on the web, why are we the lucky ones? Meaning why are we so fortunate as to have you with us to argue that we’re basically wrong?
I respect what other want to do. What I have said is this syndrome is caused by the adaptability of the yeast of winning the war to the immune system
You keep telling us that over and over, Jorge, yet I don’t recall anyone ever arguing that point with you. What I’ve said is that the immune system can be retrained in order to improve performance, and this is done with the tools that are needed in order to complete the learning process. One of the tools is improving the state of the beneficial flora in the intestines.
Quote: “It is therefore crucial that the immune system learns both to tolerate and to control the growth of beneficial microorganisms so to preserve the intestinal homeostasis.” (Homeostasis: ability to sustain internal stability)
Source: Department of Experimental Oncology, European Institute of Oncology, Milan, Italy
Quote: “With the proper weapons the immune system learns from its encounters with pathogens and memorizes its experiences.”
Source: Department of Immunobiology, GKT Medical School, London, UK as reported in ‘Biosystems’ 2004.
Conclusive and convincing statement:
“Adaptive immunity is a complex system by which the body learns to recognize a pathogen’s unique antigens and builds an antigen specific response to destroy it.” Source: Department of Microbiology, Immunology and Molecular Genetics, University of California
The quotes above show that the immune system doesn’t automatically present an instantaneous immunity to a new disease, but must learn to adapt to it. Anything that has the ability to learn can also “forget” which means it can also relearn.
What I have said is this syndrome is caused by the adaptability of the yeast of winning the war to the immune system… I don’t have any reason to disrespect it.
Neither do I, but that doesn’t keep me from respecting the research which proves that both positive and negative adaptability can be reversed.
Goodnight, sweetie … oops … crap. Jorgie you bring out both the best and the worst in me.