I am happy someone created this. My mistakes would have to be not taking molybdenum in the beginning of the treament. My die off was so bad I had to take antibiotics for the pink eye I developed out of fear of what could happen to my eyes. The next mistake I made was taking a supplement that had sugar in it and I wasnt even aware of it. This taught me a big lesson. The next mistake would have to be the fact that I didnt reconize a reaction from food as opposed to a reaction from die off. I just realized today that Im not digesting hempseeds. I have been eating them for about 3 weeks so its not too big of a deal. I think we have all made the mistake of not preparing for this journey properly and spending so much money on stuff that didnt give us the cure we were hoping for. Mistakes just make us stronger. I trust in the protocol here and I continue to do research to add things to the protocol that can only benefit me. It just takes time. Like you said candida isnt the enemy. We just need to balance the gut flora and strengthen the immune system which takes time. I once felt that I needed to constantly do things or take things to get rid of candida but that isnt the solution. It will just come back if nothing is in our body to keep it in check. I also made mistakes making cultured vegetables. Im on my 3rd batch. The first 2 were a complete failure but I cant give up on it because I know there are enormous benefits in fermented and cultured foods for our gut flora, immune system, nutrients and to combat candida. As I am writing this I just realized what my biggest mistake was………….SETTING UP A TIMELINE OF WHEN I WOULD BE CURED. This will just set you up for a huge dissapoinment and stress. I need to go at our own pace. This cant be a competetion of who can be cured the fastest. Its tough seeing other people around us doing the things we want to do but we have to live our life at our own pace.