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gastritis,CFS and yeast infections

Posted by Mary Daly on October 26, 1998 at 13:51:19:

I've had CFS for nine years altho I don't know if this has any bearing on the following. Last year I developed gastritis and reflux and had to go on course of Losex then xantac for six months. The specialist told me that I would be on xantac for the rest of my life. Because of the CFS I am hper-responsive to side-effects of drugs, a common CFS complaint. I saw a nutritionist and cut out wheat, tomatoes, dairy, lentils, garlic, onions , green pepper and a million other things including coffee, for a while. It worked but my system became so non-acidic I got a yeast infection (first time in my life and I am a 36 yr old female). So I had to do the anti-fungal cream thing--a revolting experince. I started drinkin coffee (alleluliah!) and eating garlic again to keep my system nice and acidic. Stomach was OK> I bought acidopholous tablets and took two a day for three days. Now my stomach hurts again but I don't think I'm yeast free. There's got to be a better way than the Candida diet, which is extremely violent to the system and a damned miserable experience and has not worked for anyone I know so please don't suggest it. Any other options? Thank you


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Re: gastritis,CFS and yeast infections

Posted by Walt Stoll on October 27, 1998 at 11:02:31:

In Reply to: gastritis,CFS and yeast infections posted by Mary Daly on October 26, 1998 at 13:51:19:

Welcome to the rest of your life, Mary!

I just couldn't resist a little drama since your case is a perfect example of trying to deal with the tips of the iceberg instead of with the 'berg itself.

All you need right now is KNOWLEDGE. I know how much you just want "SOMETHING" to do right now. HOWEVER. I am just being honest. This is the way to go about getting well the most certainly and with the least amount of effort & time expenditure.

First, get a copy of my book (link on this page). THEN, if that makes sense to you, get a copy of Dr Pelletier's classic "Mind as Healer, Mind as Slayer" (most recent edition) and digest that.

If you have questions, then, write again here on this BB.

There are those who think that MAH, MAS is too complicated (While there are those who think is just right for what you need.) Look on the BB, this month, for alternate suggestions for MAH, MAS. I have not read them.

ALL of your symptoms & diagnoses are coming from the same cause & will clear up by dealing with that cause. I am not trying to be mysterious by not saying what it is. It is just something that you are going to have to learn before you will have any idea what I am talking about.

Please share your experiences with the BB participants as you get well. Others deserve to know that they do not have to suffer as you have been. NEITHER DO YOU!

Walt



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Re: gastritis,CFS and yeast infections

Posted by Mary Daly on October 30, 1998 at 09:22:28:

In Reply to: Re: gastritis,CFS and yeast infections posted by Walt Stoll on October 27, 1998 at 11:02:31:

Uhm...I can't get your bk, I checked all the libraries in my metro and it's not there and I'm not in a position to order it from you. What is it's essential premise? Candida? environmental toxins? Mercury fillings? Parasites? Allergies? Do you still bother with people who can't get your book?


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Re: gastritis,CFS and yeast infections

Posted by Jim on October 30, 1998 at 10:46:21:

In Reply to: Re: gastritis,CFS and yeast infections posted by Mary Daly on October 30, 1998 at 09:22:28:

Mary,

The answer to your last question is yes.

Go to the Home Page and check out "Health Coaching Protocol." He offers this service FREE if you are willing to put your stuff on the board and interact with him publically for all to benefit.

Email me your address and I'll loan you an autographed copy of the book. After reading it, you will discover that its premise is none of the ones you suggested, but a much larger one that includes all you have mentioned.

Best wishes,

Jim


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Re: gastritis,CFS and yeast infections

Posted by Walt Stoll on October 31, 1998 at 11:34:16:

In Reply to: Re: gastritis,CFS and yeast infections posted by Jim on October 30, 1998 at 10:46:21:

Thanks, Jim.

I could not have answered Mary better so I will not try. This website is NOT a vehicle for promoting my book. It is just that for some people reading the book is the quickest way for them to understand enough to start helping themselves.

However, I know that the electronic interconnections of the library system now makes it possible for ALL libraries to have ANY book that is in ANY library. It is called something like the "loan-lending" system. It can take a couple of weeks for them to get any book AND you cannot "renew" it.

Since I know of many libraries who have copies of my book-------

Namaste` Walt




Re: gastritis,CFS and yeast infections

Posted by Maey Daly on November 04, 1998 at 15:49:24:

In Reply to: Re: gastritis,CFS and yeast infections posted by Jim on October 30, 1998 at 10:46:21:

Thanks Jim. My address is 60 Parkdale Rd. Toronto, ON Canada, M6R 2E6. The book is not in my city's electronic system. I believe it was you who wrote the piece on the immune system likened to a stagnant pond. It made sense. I look forward to to reading it and of course I'll send it back. MD



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