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Re: [IPk] Re: solutions for better health

Aisling has a point, but to look at a bigger picture in case you are deficient
in B5 or something might be advisable - so yes, a nutritional therapist would
tell you. (I'd forgotten I was still on the candida website as a therapist
actually until I read Aisling's letter to you!)
I usually take a peek at people's eyes with my Iris torch to give me a better
idea of Candida toxicity. Where do you live? I could probably recommend a
colleague near you if you like?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Aisling Kerr" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Friday, January 14, 2005 8:47 PM
Subject: [IPk] Re: solutions for better health

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> Pat,
> Have you ruled out Candida or yeast-syndrome?
>  Most doctors don't recognise the symptoms and it's not officially
recognised by
> the medical profession as an illness (it only recognises thrush and
> but lots of people claim to suffer from it and to have regained/improved
> health by following an "anti-yeast" diet/ taking anti-yeast medication and
> taking nutritional supplements to strengthen their immune system. Best done
> the help of a GP/homeopathic doctor/ nutritionist.
>  The symptoms you list have been associated with the development of
> high blood sugars/ stress/ weight gain/ infection (did you take a
long-course of
> antibiotics??)/steroids / worse diet (some people can tolerate junk food
> other people are more sensitive to it because they need a sufficient
> vitamin/mineral intake or need to avoid foods their body doesn't tolerate,
> digest easily.
>  An anti-yeast diet can make a "candida sufferer" feel worse in the short
> but people claim to gain dramatic improvements in their general health and
> energy levels in the long run.
>  If you haven't ruled it out already you can learn more about it at
> www.candida-society.org.
> good luck with the write-up
> Aisling
> T1 10+ MM5081+
> email @ redacted wrote:
> Date: Thu, 13 Jan 2005 19:54:49 +0000
> From: Pat Reynolds <email @ redacted>
> Subject: Re: [IPk] Re: variable insulin resistance etc
>  OK, for the last 12 - 15 months I have had much worse control. There are a
> whole bundle of things contributing to, and resulting from the worse
> and I just don't know where to start.
> a) increased weight (up a stone)
> b) cycling chest infection and severe asthma (only since August)
> c) decreased exercise (never a big one for getting out of my chair, me,
> and the pilates class folded ....)
> d) steroids to treat asthma and cortisone to treat trigger finger
> e) weariness meaning that I don't have the energy to sort this
> f) weariness also means I eat worse - I tend not to eat breakfast, lunch
> is salad or soup (depending on season), and most calories are in the
> evening. Worse food is just so much easier to cook, and so much more
> comforting!
> Go for it, guys (by the way, solutions that involve giving up work or
> Phd are going to get binned - I'd rather have two years of what I have
> now than 30 years of banality)
> Cheers,
> Pat
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