Javizy wrote: The fact that people with AIDS, diabetes and cancer are susceptible to candida shows us there’s more to it than antibiotics, sugar and gut flora. For the same reason, you can find success stories involving a range of approaches, even including eating nothing but fruit. People come here with the unifying symptom of a candida overgrowth, but they each have their own unique problems that need to be addressed for success. One approach can’t hope to work for everyone, and few people respond in the same way to a given protocol.
Jorge is entitled to discuss his n=1 approach, just like the fruitarians, the heavy metal detoxers, the trace mineral chuggers, the S. boulardii supplementers, the people following similar protocols to this one and whoever else out there. I don’t believe many chronic diseases have a “cure”. They require an approach that involves restoring the health of the individual.
I agree with you about an integral protocol to treat chronic diseases.
What I have found is an intestinal fungal overgrowth is an unresponsive and very stubborn intestinal infection, instead of a chronic disease. One time the infection end, end of the problem.