I think what you are saying Latka, makes sense
I would love to hear your whole story actually, like how your whole ordeal started, and to what degree did the candida diet help you, and how you thought to even start with candida. I thought I PM’ed you yesterday but cannot find a copy of that message in my profile, so if you would like to PM me your whole story, I would love to read it
Results: resting heart rate during the day is 57 bpm, in the morning, did it twice, 60 and 62 bpm
temperature in the morning, 97.2 i think (using old timey mercury thermometer instead of a digital, so it is a little hard to read)
When my doctor looked at my low bpm, he just thought for a second and said, “Well…you exercise….so it should be lower.” I then said, “But you said just a moment ago that I should be doing more exercise, that is probably why my hands and feet are not getting circulation….” it was such an exercise in frustration and having the doctor just block everything that I was saying. I was even telling him I can feel the blood draining from my hands only like two seconds after I raise my hands, and every time I stand up I can feel light headed and i can feel blood rushing to my head. He was just like, “Eh, that’s normal”
The past three years I have been living abroad, and the doctors I have been seeing have been Asian doctors. I’m hoping when I get insurance I’ll find a better doctor here in America, and with the recent public news coverage of Post Finasteride Syndrome, I’m hoping my doctor will see that I could have a problem without it clearly showing up on a test
raster, I’ve been trying to follow the protocol for the last two weeks. Without the initial period of just eating vegetables and without the use of an antifungal. I feel that my digestion is better and cleaner, but I still feel the low metabolism effects.
One question, Will using one or more of the natural antifungals work just as well as the prescription strength ones? I’d be more comfortable with the natural antifungals, even if they take longer to work