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fizzlex
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Well, its good that this worked for you, however, some of us who have had this disorder for over 10+ years, have acquired more than just a handful of symptoms. For me, my biggest struggle is the tietzes syndrome, and the fatty deposits underneath of my skin (direct result of leaky gut). My system is so damaged, I cannot benefit from prescription anti-fungals because of the toxicity. Some of us who are “half way” healthy, can tolerate these drugs, as I cannot. I can’t even take a painkiller anymore because the next day my entire body will ache and my jaundice gets worse. I have had full hepatic panels, and everything is “fine” as far as tests go, but my doctor cannot explain why I’m having jaundice and fatty deposits, which are both signs of hepatic failure. Even though I may not be suffering from hepatitis, I am suffering from an overload of toxins and undigested food inside of my entire lymphatic system.

The most important thing to focus on is to not only “kill” the candida, but you MUST restore the lining of your gut. This is crucial, because no matter how many anti fungals you take, or how much you diet, you will never be fully healed until your leaky gut is fixed. There are all sorts of raw foods and supplements that can be incorporated to achieve this. Once your gut is healed, you can start focusing on flushing your organs and incorporating natural herbs to heal each one specifically. You must heal your leaky gut, and you must heal all of your vital organs (liver, spleen, kidneys, and lymph). Hence, why Able and raster have repeatedly stated, anti-fungals and diet alone will not cure you.

Start focusing on regenerating the lining of your gut. For most people who have Candida, it can take up to 1.5-2+ years to restore your gut. I have a 2 year plan set for healing my leaky gut, and I will consume whatever I need to get there. I don’t think I will ever go back to eating sugar and high carb foods. Eventually, I will incorporate some form of carb, just to remain in ketosis, however, your body has sugar stored, and can survive for up to 12 months without sugar or carbs, which is a minimum timeline to heal leaky gut.

Good luck!