Ouch! Easy there …
Ok, I didn’t realize that, let me put it clear,
My main concerns here are
1. First, when a new person comes to the forum, they are being tricked in to thinking that they will be cured in few months to few years if they follow the protocol.
Where as in reality they are just helping them managing their symptoms.
(I dont have prob with the protocol, its helpful but just for managing symptoms)
2. Once they realize that the protocol isn’t curing them, they are being programmed into thinking that the problem is going to stay, and that they will have to lead their entire life with miserable diets.
Where as in reality its a completely curable condition, if the root cause it addressed.
The problems this is causing, people are wasting their initial days/months/years of treatment thinking that they will be cured, where as they are just wasting their time/money/life just to realize that they were just managing their symptoms….
If given exact info, they could have been looking into the root cause and start addressing it at this phase itself.
And, at the second point, by programming people into thinking that candida diet is a healthy life style (which actually lacks lots of healthy nutrition), they are virtually stopping people into looking into the root cause.
And the worst of all, because of this programming, I see many people here compromising their lives and making statements that they are ready to follow this miserable diets all through their life.
Even while having a chance to look into their root cause, address it, and live their life normally after wards.
This was a great post. Let me tell you that I have nothing against the protocol they promote here. In fact, I would like that everybody finds the way to eliminate it using this way. The sad reality is that there are different candida cases. No everybody has the same level of complications, the same underlying causes, and the same general health.
I am sure there are many who needs a simple approach to come back to normal. Those may get high benefits of following a program that reduce the yeast in the gut, sugar elimination, etc. Only going with a whole food diet is enough to see drastic changes in the overall health in some people.
So, what may work for some, may not work for others.
As a forum member, and as a person who have dedicated a huge amount of time researching this syndrome, I wish there won’t be a polarized advice, neither an eternal ” try it and hold it for longer “
There are alternatives. Many alternatives that can be explored by the sufferers in order to recover. I have tried many and I still have resources I have never tried.
It is egoist to condemn a person to keep a diet or a plan that isn’t taken him to anywhere.
People should begin it by step. Go from the simple approach to the complex approach in case you need it.
Do a real evaluation of your own case, evaluate what you may need and what is the shorter safe route to recover.
There are many people who have underlying immune problems caused by mercury toxicity and other metals. I see lack of interest in it many times even when there are incredible recovering testimonies after following effective chelation. Go to the true, keep yourself away of Cilantro and Chlorella because they won’t do anything but complicate your problems.
Find a scientific system such as Cutler’s protocol. Research, research, and research before to decide. It is you health what is at play.
In the same way this happens, there is lack of interest about the immunologic roots of this syndrome. How to get immune stimulation shots with an allergist and how to battle it from different angles.
There are many things people can do, and there are recovering stories using many different ways.
Enemas, fecal transplants, etc.
As an open forum, we should be able to voice anything with respect and consideration. In fact, we all want the same results no matter the route we chose.