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Candida.

Date: Thu, 8 Aug 1996 18:23:40 +0100
Sender: HERB.TREARNPC.EGE.EDU.TR
From: Graham White Hendon Green Party <hendongreen.GN.APC.ORG>
Subject: Re: Skin rash

>Aside from dietary restrictions what anti-candida products do you recommend?

My interest in candida is due to the fact that before my mid-life career change I was a microbiologist and spent almost 10 years working with candida from a laboratory perspective.

I am very sceptical of the whole "candida syndrome" as put forward by Truss and Crooke. It sems to me that if such a widespread condition exists then it should be easy to demonstrate by direct rather than indirect evidence. AFAIK this has never been done.

I'd be interested to hear other practitioners views on candida and "candida" :-)


From: Paul Iannone <pi2.LOOP.COM>

>I'd be interested to hear other practitioners views on candida and "candida" :-)

Anyone interested in this issue should get Bob Flaws, Scatology and the Gate of Life (another horribly titled book from the man...but with good info inside).

In my personal experience, I have never seen a case of 'candida' that wasn't just poor lifestyle, dietary iatrogenesis, and weak Digestion.


From: Paul Iannone <pi2.LOOP.COM>

>> In my personal experience, I have never seen a case of 'candida' that wasn't just poor lifestyle, dietary iatrogenesis, and weak Digestion.
>"Poor lifestyle" I can understand, and is changable by the 'victim'. What are the other two, and how do you tackle them?

Dietary iatrogenesis is faulty dietary advice...usually raw foods and fruit.

Weak Digestion is my perennial thread, refer to any of my posts (nearly) and I give the same advice. Essentially, don't skip or delay meals, get moderate exercise, no desserts, no coffee, no fruit or fruit juice or iced tea with meals.



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