Molybdenum and Low Thyroid

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    Hello! I have a question about molybdenum. I unfortunately was not aware of its importance with die off and now I am SUFFERING IMMENSELY from months of die off of candida. I am having reactions to all foods, chemicals, etc. I recently read of its importance and bought some. My concern, I have a low thyroid per blood work and I was concerned about the copper issue with molybdenum and my very low thyroid. Should I be taking another supplement along with molybdenum (another mineral) to protect the copper my thyroid needs? I am really scared! My reactions are getting worse each day – just when I was feeling like I successfully got the candida under control – now this! I am committed to eating the candida diet forever if I could just get past all these reactions!!!

    Thank you!


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    I would also get some milk thistle. I take a great multi milk thistle supplement called super milk thistle X by integrative thereaputics which should help your liver.

    Candidate by native remedies is also another great supplement to aid in die-off.

    Vitamin C can reduce die-off.

    Check out these two posts:


    Reactions to foods is a completely different issue. This is likely due to primarily leaky gut, but also is likely compounded by the toxins that candida releases. What are you reacting to in general? You need to discern the difference between die-off and reactions; some people get quite confused between the two.

    You need to detox your body in order to reduce the load on the liver and kidneys; sweating out the toxins, acupuncture, and a few other methods such as bentonite clay are great for removing toxins from the body.


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