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    ggcf000
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    i had psoriasis but i am suspecting a candida infectoin because i have groin itch all the time and started a treatment. However some sites say completely eliminate the sugar or drastically reduce. I prepared all those ingredients for rotational consumption: kefir, grapeseed extract, neem, caprylic acid, chia and flex seeds and others.
    I normally dont consume much sugar but complete elimination seems tough. Do you think small piece of ice cream would be harmless? Also regarding alcohol, i occasionally drink although i am also reducing (used to drink sweet wine weekly but now reduced to about once a month). Do you think once or twice a month a wine would be OK? If so, which type of wine would be most appropriate?
    Thanks.,

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    I recommend taking it easy on antifungals and kefir until you have a solid plan to get better. This is a long term way to get better, taking as long as 6-18 months or longer. I recommend slowly getting off sugar and then stopping it completely including all related sugars such as honey, maple syrup, etc. If you continue to drink alcohol, it’ll be 2 steps forward, 1 step back.

    The psoriasis is related to liver health and not detoxing properly so I would create a detox plan before you start anything. If you don’t, the psoriasis will get worse.

    -raster

    #171787

    raster
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    I recommend professional help to get better because its hard to treat yourself and could be very costly and or damaging!

    -raster

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    ggcf000
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    i appreciate your advice on this but I am aware of cost and damage aspect of it and that is why i came here. However I got bad advice from my PCP and also lot of scare warning so no more warning please. I am here for constructive advise from people with similar condition.

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