I want to chelate. But it is impossible for me because candida flares so bad. I step 6 months back last October when I was chelating for only 9 days ( 3 rounds x 3 days ). My toe nail fungus spreaded 1 week after chelation.
I know metals is a big factor but I won't chelate anymore until candida is very low.
I am affraid to chelate. My reaction is so quick. Yeast everywhere.
Trowbridge, Galland and Biamonte told to not chelate until yeast is gone.
Maybe IV chelation would be better with a lot of colon hydrotherapy. This is the advice of Dr Walter Crinnion, chelation specialist.
What do you think?
Chelation first or long anti-yeast treatment first. What says your Doc about this? What says Buttar?