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    Denv12
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    Hi.I’m new to this forum.I hope someone can shed some light on my experiences.

    Back in 1994 I started experiencing food intolerances and I learnt how to deal with it everyday.
    Fast forward to 2006 I was drinking a lot of cola flavoured drinks everyday.I should have drank it in moderation.Over a period of several weeks I began to experience some real problems.At one point this turned into oral thrush.I didnt get it anywhere else.Later in 2006 I ended up with Obsessive compulsive Disorder (ocd).I’m almost cured of that now.And,I’ve had chroonic fatigue syndrome(cfs) since early 2000.

    My tongue was coated in some white frothy.I kept spitting out that white froth for what seemed like many weeks.My voice seemed weird.My hearing was blocked.At this point I would spit and cough out that froth,wipe my tongue with a cloth.Before I had something to eat I would do that routine so I could at least taste food.

    I love lemons.I could eat a lemon yet it didnt taste bitter anymore.I couldnt tell the difference between the sour/bitterness of a lemon and the sweetness of an apple.I’ve been eating a lot of apples since candida.

    I cut all sugar in my food intake.It was hard but it was worth it.I dont add salt and I dont buy salt.I cut out caffeine as well.I bake foods not deep fry.I started looking after myself by being treated by Kinesiologists and chiropractors who specialise in muscle testing techniques.I’m making great progress from ocd,I’m almost recovered from ocd.

    Can anyone relate to my experiences?
    Did something from the cola trigger of candida?

    Any advice will be greatly appreciated.

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    LizBell
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    Did you find the kinesiology helped a lot? (Even w candida?) I’m thinking about seeing one (a friend has had good results for allergies). I’m already doing homeopathy but they are very go-easy on the diet (nowhere near as restrictive as this candida protocol).

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    raster
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    Check out the candida symptoms list:
    http://www.thecandidadiet.com/forum/yaf_postst6305_100-candida-symptoms-list.aspx

    If you look at diet soda ingredients, it usually contains aspartame or sorbitol. Both of these fake sugars are very damaging to the body and damage a variety of organs including the brain. You are likely allergic to it as well without knowing it.

    -raster

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    Denv12
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    LizBell;40564 wrote: Did you find the kinesiology helped a lot? (Even w candida?) I’m thinking about seeing one (a friend has had good results for allergies). I’m already doing homeopathy but they are very go-easy on the diet (nowhere near as restrictive as this candida protocol).

    Hi.

    I had other health issues at that point but I knew that any form of muscle testing is a good thing.
    I would suggest finding Kinesiologists but avoid the ones who do the 26 exercises.They dont solve problems.They’re the dime a dozen.Forget them.You need someone who is thorough.

    The next thing is Chiropractors who do muscle testing.You should contact your local chiro association and specifically ask for a chiro who was either trained in muscle testing in the USA or more recently in New Zealand.They are the ones you need.The more techniques they do the better your progress.Just remember this that these treatments can take time.You might only need to go back every 2 weeks then spread your treatments further apart.Your body needs time to process the changes.I started my treatments 4 years ago and we still havent finished.I was in very poor health though.

    The first part of a treatment is purely for testing.The more they find wrong the better.It means they can fix it.They might do a few techniques to start with.

    I’m in Adelaide.

    Chris.

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    alexalgebra
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    I’ve had a somewhat negative experience with muscle testing. I am not knocking it as a whole, because I might have just had a bad practitioner, but he really seemed to just be bumbling his way through everything he did, based on the information I provided him and some basic information I’m sure he got while he was in school. He never seemed too confident and I got some definite misinformation from him.

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    Denv12
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    alexalgebra;40572 wrote: I’ve had a somewhat negative experience with muscle testing. I am not knocking it as a whole, because I might have just had a bad practitioner, but he really seemed to just be bumbling his way through everything he did, based on the information I provided him and some basic information I’m sure he got while he was in school. He never seemed too confident and I got some definite misinformation from him.

    I think it might be wise to go to another one.Your local chirpopractic association can provide details of known practitoners who could help.Here in Australia there are so few of them.

    I have whats left of obesseive compulsive disorder and I havent had candida since 2006.I’ve had 6 practitioners,mostly kinesiologists and my current chiro of 4 years.

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    Denv12
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    raster;40566 wrote: Check out the candida symptoms list:
    http://www.thecandidadiet.com/forum/yaf_postst6305_100-candida-symptoms-list.aspx

    If you look at diet soda ingredients, it usually contains aspartame or sorbitol. Both of these fake sugars are very damaging to the body and damage a variety of organs including the brain. You are likely allergic to it as well without knowing it.

    -raster

    Hi Raster.

    Thank you.

    I thought there might have been an aspartame issue here.I definitely had way too much.

    Regards Chris.

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