Rutabagas

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    Ranger
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    I have read that this vegetable has antifungal properties, but I also read most of the calories come from sugar. I would like to know if this food is worth trying.

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    Ranger wrote: I have read that this vegetable has antifungal properties, but I also read most of the calories come from sugar. I would like to know if this food is worth trying.

    Hello, Ranger, what a surprise. How have you been?

    Rutabagas are literally the strongest antifungal I’ve ever tried. The most horrific die-off can stem from just half of a rutabaga providing the infestation is strong enough to create die-off. Any sugar they may contain is far outweighed by the nutrients and antifungal properties.

    If you try it, be sure you’ve been taking molybdenum for at least a few days, as I stated, if the infestation is strong enough to cause die-off symptoms.

    Good to hear from you.
    Able

    #71300

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    Hey Able,

    Thanks for the reply. I increased my antifungals today and I have been really tired.
    I also started the Innate Response probiotic. I have not gained weight and I can’t say I feel better yet. I have been meaning to write to you, but I am usually so busy and tired I never get around to it.

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    Able900
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    Ranger, I assume you’re still taking molybdenum digestive bitters?
    Have your symptoms not decreased at all?

    Able

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