- March 24, 2012 at 11:33 am #76900
jamesbMemberTopics: 47Replies: 43
I have been seeing a nutritionist and undertook a stool test to check for candida, the test came back negative. I have seen many remarks on the internet from people who believe that the accuracy of stool tests is not 100% and I tend to believe that though my nutritionist believes the test result.
I have followed the diet now for more than 7 months and as a general rule do feel that my digestive symptoms are receding but I do feel cold, my hands get cold but do warm up ok once I am back indoors however my feet and legs stay cold most of the day sometimes extremely so even though the weather is now improving in the UK.
I have seen my doctor and had my thyroid checked but these tests have come back OK (I read that these tests are not 100% but to a doctor they always seem to be) I have had my vitamin b levels checked and these seem Ok. My doctor is arranging for me to see a specialist in case I have raynauds syndrome but having checked this out on the internet I don’t think these are my symptoms as it is not just my extremities that are cold.
My nutritionist is now considering low adrenal reserves, has anyone experienced feeling cold where the performance of the adrenals has been a factor? Like candida, poorly performing adrenals do not exist in the opinions of mainstream medicine.March 24, 2012 at 7:56 pm #76924
Able900SpectatorTopics: 92Replies: 4811
My nutritionist is now considering low adrenal reserves, has anyone experienced feeling cold where the performance of the adrenals has been a factor?
Cold intolerance can occur with low adrenal function, especially during stressful times; such as experiencing a Candida infestation.
You really should be seeing more of an improvement in seven months. Which probiotic are you taking now and at what dose?
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