Re: Are there distinctions between Candida Fungus Skin Infection vs Internal Candida? by Grace2Marayger ..... Candida & Dysbiosis Forum
Date: 9/22/2015 9:59:00 PM ( 6 years ago ago)
Thank you Bill for your sharing.
I did not know that any or ALL antidepressants contain fluorine, chlorine and bromine. I can find that they contain fluorine. IF you have a reference on that I'd like to know it.
I believe I got my fill of fluoride, chlorine and bromine and gave myself hypothyroidism when I was trying to rehab my knees in a warm therapy pool at a sports club for years. But then for many more years before I'd had a weakness for pastries that I think also contained bromine. I know I made many other unhealthy mistakes.
I've been in repairing mode for the last 6 years. I heard about Candida in the 80's. I've studied candida some online or different forums and have a stack of articles about 6 inches thick... but turned away from doing a strict protocol first because it is so hard, 2nd because Dx was Seborrheic Dermatitis for my most annoying skin symptoms and thirdly because my Genova GI Effects test did not clearly indicate I had candida. Given that candida can adapt and hide and be in different parts of the body perhaps this was only wishful thinking on my part. However my skin rashes have flared and not responded to the salt protocol that had keep them away pretty well in the last years. Another adaptation?
I have many more questions but won't ask until I read your work. Well only one, do you know if drinking high ph water can set one up for or contribute to candida in some way?
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