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Able, I don’t know how you believe this candida syndrome exist.
Simple enough to explain, I had it – and cured it. But other than knowing I had it, I also proved to myself that it exists through published research studies.
See that’s the difference; research has proven time and again that Candida overgrowth exists, but neither research nor experiments can prove that amalgams prevent a Candida albicans overgrowth from being cured.
You are wrong.! There are hundreds that have never reached a cure until they removed the amalgams and chelated. Hundreds of cases…!
Go to the forum archives and you will see the testimonies.
I am done with this topic because it doesn’t benefit me at all.
I know what I have to do in my own case and hope to have given clues to people who need to find new avenues to be candida free.
I feel sorry for those who need chelation and amalgam removal that follow your negative advice about it. Some day, they will realize what they have to do to be candida free.
Remember, everybody is responsible for his/her own health.
You contradict yourself because you have a post in this forum advising chelation. Now, you negate it. I really don’t understand your position. A good and better advice from you could be ” follow an anticandida protocol such as our, but if after 3 to 6 months you don’t find real results, look for hidden causes such as mercury toxicity, etc “” This statement could be more agree with your adviser position in this forum.
You are showing a position of “know all” without thinking you have a long road to learn in front of you. You never stop learning about it because most of what people do is experimental. I have been reading 4 hours a day since 2008, have more than 2100 posts in Curezone candida forum, write in 2 candida yahoo groups, and everyday learn something new. Yes, I learn even after have read 16 books about this syndrome.