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Able900
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Hello, Z. Welcome to the forum, and congratulations on making a wise decision.

Just a real quick, short lesson on Candida albicans which might save you a lot time and suffering in the long run.

Candida eat and live on sugar, and no one can come close to curing a Candida infestation, no matter how many of the Candida they manage to kill as long as they’re feeding the Candida. The reason for this is because, if they’re being fed, Candida cells can repopulate faster than they can be destroyed.
Here’s an idea of how Candida cells multiply:

Candida reproduce by ‘budding’ meaning that a cell divides. The divided section becomes the cell’s own individual cell with its own buds. So one Candida cell becomes 2 and the 2 become 4, 4 become 8, then 16 and so on. This multiplying takes place very quickly and continually when the Candida are being fed, and in a a few days you can have literally millions of new Candida cells – and these will be multiplying into billions in a short period of time. You can easily see from this just how important it is to get a Candida infestation under control as quickly as possible. If years have gone by without gaining control over the multiplying of cells, it’s anyone’s guess as far as how many Candida albicans fill the intestines and organs of a person with a Candida infection.

Potatoes, brown and white rice, pasta, carrots, squash, and wheat are a few examples of “starchy foods” which break down into glucose once they’re in the digestive system of humans; starch = glucose = sugar = food for Candida.

To get a good idea of how most of the forum members are treating their Candida overgrowth, you might read the “Protocol” if you’ve not already done so.

Please let us know if you have questions as the people here are always willing to help a fellow member.

Able