klips32;57044 wrote: The thing is just, that there had been many stories on the internets different health forums where people tell there success with chelation vs. CRC/candida hypersensitivity syndrome.
Yes, that’s one of the problems of these health forums. You never know if the information on such forums can be trusted.
Some forums contain very good information. People really help each other, and the information you read on such forums is true.
Other forums, however, have gradually evolved into their own belief system. Often, such a belief system has nothing to do with reality. On such forums, you tend to see a few “masters” who probably really think they are helping people, but who merely put forward their own personal beliefs, and who often fiercely attack anyone who dares challenge their opinions.
Therefore, always actively search for different opinions. The Internet makes it so easy to focus on just your own opinion – but in reality, if you’re like me, you’ve probably learned much more from people who disagreed with you than from people who agreed with you.
klips32;57044 wrote: A MD in Norway talks about this too, and even made a paper for a university there for docters to treat patients with candida hypersensitivity syndrome.
Even for MD’s, you’ve got to check what others think. Heck, you may find an MD who advocates increasing your sugar consumption. Does that mean that we should consume more sugar? I think it doesn’t. It just means that there is a single MD who has some very strange ideas, and that it’s a good thing that the great majority of MD’s wholeheartedly disagrees with this single person.
klips32;57044 wrote: It just seems like some people get immunetriggered defects by mercury OR the yeast
Is this something you read on some forum, or is it an observation that’s founded in solid research?