- May 19, 2012 at 6:59 pm #82401
mstewartMemberTopics: 37Replies: 47
I was wondering who has and hasn’t used a naturopath. I am trying to get through this infestation with out one, but am really wondering if that is the best option. So I was wondering if anyone was able to be cured without going to to a naturopath. If so how did you find out what caused the problems in the first place. How did you get healthy?
If you did see one, did you find it helpful?
Was it expensive?
How do you find a good one?
I am 6 months in, but haven’t implemented all the steps in the protocol on the website, should I do that first?
I will be getting allergy testing done soon. That will be my first step. Any other suggestion?May 20, 2012 at 9:21 am #82435
Able900SpectatorTopics: 92Replies: 4811
I was wondering if anyone was able to be cured without going to a naturopath
I cured my infestation almost a year ago, and never sought the opinion of a doctor or naturopath.
If so how did you find out what caused the problems in the first place.
I figured it out by researching the biology/requirements of Candida albicans.
How did you get healthy?
By devising a diet and protocol following at least two months of research and experiments of my own.
AbleMay 20, 2012 at 11:24 am #82448
rasterParticipantTopics: 104Replies: 6837
Going to a naturopath isn’t expensive if you have health insurance and it is covered under you health insurance company. Visiting them may be as cheap as a co-pay. If you don’t have health insurance, it could be very costly. For me, the main cost is the supplements, and there could be a lot of them. Sometimes I spend over $100 per visit on supplements which can really add up.
You find a good one by researching ones covered by your health insurance, or talking to friends/family/other people you know who have visited one before as a reference. I would specifically try to find one who has treated candida overgrowth before in the past and has a wide variety of supplements to choose from. I would make sure they have high quality brands in stock such as thorne research, integrative thereaputics, standard process, etc (if you look at these product lines by these companies, there is a lot of supplements out there that can heal the body).
By doing all of the steps of the protocol, you won’t necessarily heal any better. For instance, if you did the cleanse now, it wouldn’t do much benefit in the long term.
All I know is that I started to heal a lot faster after going to a naturopathic doctor and I wouldn’t be here feeling this good without one.
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