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Re: Post candida glucose intolerance by remi96 ..... Candida & Dysbiosis Forum

Date:   2/6/2008 12:15:13 PM ( 15 years ago ago)
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I asked the question I asked because glucose intolerance is a obvious sign of candida. It was of the worst symptoms I experienced. When consuming Sugar or any glucose if you have a reaction or if you have trouble stabilizing your glucose levels and are having issues with low blood Sugar that is a sure sign. If you are having high glucose levels it indicates you are eating more than your body can metabolize and exercise should be your goal and possibly weight loss if that is a contributor along with eating a whole lot less glucose.

Also I might add that the candida saliva test is not accurate and should not be a factor in determining if you have candida. If was a marketing tactic employed by Threelac to sell their product. I would encourage you to do your own experimenting with it. According to the test everyone in family including the dog had severe candida. It is just a bunch of hype designed to make everyone believe they NEED Threelac.

Also, keep in mind that symptoms of candida can and do migrate. This is important to keep in mind. Many poeple think they are cured when one symptom goes away because that is what they have become accustomed to what candida does to them. But I find that the more you treat yourself candida will show up in other places. I might also add I also have almost no candida on my tongue,But I still have candida.

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