Of course we don’t all agree with that statement. Speaking from experience, if the infestation is under complete control and the foods named above are eaten sensibly, the infestation is not likely to return; however, I’m feel certain that if I start eating an abundance of sugar or sugar-producing foods along with the above foods, then there’s a much, much better chance that the infestation will return. And I’m certainly not going to test it just to prove my point.
I don’t understand you. Do you mean the infection always will be there ??
Normal healthy people eat what they want without developing an intestinal fungal overgrowth. Most of these healthy people have candida in its YEAST form as a part of their friendly flora. They can live all their life eating tons of sugar without developing a intestinal fungal overgrowth. I lived this way 44 years with no intestinal problems. It was until I took the antibiotics that candida mutated to its pathogenic form in my gut and I got sick with this syndrome.
Reading your words, look like that the infection never can be eradicated. It looks like that the infection is kept “low grade” until you eat again. If you imply it, then, a cure doesn’t exist.
Whatever it is that kept candida under control before I took the antibiotics and didn’t allow the mutation to its fungal form in my gut must be recovered.
If it is the competitive flora, I will do as many fecal transplants as possible until I get it back again.
I can not accept I have to be living the rest of my life with an infection that can not be eradicated.