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eosinophilic enteritis and candida

Posted by
David Salyer [68.1351] on May 26, 2005 at 19:46:26:

Dr. Stoll,

I am writing this post for my wife, who is currently in the hospital (for 8 days now) recovering from severe abdominal pains and nausea that has plagued her for 3 weeks.

After muliple (mostly useless) tests ordered by the GI "specialist" that is "helping" us with this problem, lab analysis results from an upper GI biopsy resulted in a diagnosis of "eosinophilic enteritis". The GI ordered her to be on two weeks of prednisone to reduce inflammation. After two days of this treatment, she is feeling better and is finally able to eat a little.

My question is why did this condition come in the first place? My wife is 28, generally very healthy person, and exercises regularly (yoga and running). The GI answered this question with a "its either an allergic reaction or a parasite". This was a very weak answer, and thats being nice. I should mention that my wife has been fighting chronic yeast infections for about a year. Since January, the problems have all but disappeared (together we went on a strict candida diet). I'm suspecting a connection here, although the GI claims complete ignorance of any connection.

Can you please advise? Any good books or websites on this topic?

Thank you,

Dave



Re: eosinophilic enteritis and candida

Posted by Ron [1540.1989] on May 27, 2005 at 00:11:28:

In Reply to: eosinophilic enteritis and candida posted by David Salyer [68.1351] on May 26, 2005 at 19:46:26:

Hi David,

Has your wife been complaining of belching, burping and burning in the stoamch which gets better for an hour or so after eating?

Bad breath, a sour taste in the mouth, a white coated tongue an acid coming up the esophagus when the abdominal muscles are stressed or when bending over can point to a possible infection with Helicobacter Pylori...the bacteria that causes stomach ulcers. It can be picked up from infected food, a spouse, or even kissing your dog or cat.

Did she have a bout of food poisoning before this began?
Did anyone else at her place of work get similar symptoms?
How are you feeling?
was she given antibiotics?

Were you on a trip to some sunny isle where food may have been washed in local untreated water?
Even if you drink bottled water, there is still a chance that ice cubes were made with, or a salad was washed with unchlorinated water.
Traveller's diarrhea can be a mild symptom of something that was eaten.

Ron



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Re: eosinophilic enteritis and candida

Posted by S.H.A.P.E. [138.1351] on May 27, 2005 at 07:30:35:

In Reply to: eosinophilic enteritis and candida posted by David Salyer [68.1351] on May 26, 2005 at 19:46:26:

Hi David! Your Wife is suffering from what 75% of the population is suffering from and that is a Candida (fungal) Overgrowth problem. If a person has Candida, they generally also have Parasites. The next health problem to affect her will be a "Leaky Gut" problem if she doesn't take steps now to reverse her fungus problem. She needs to start taking a product called "Agrisept-L" one drop in water or juice 3X a day between meals, while also performing herbal colon cleansing (Chomper by the Arise & Shine Co) to detox her colon and to help eradicate her fungus and parasite problem. The Agrisept will help to kill-off the fungus and parasites and the Chomper will help to quickly eliminate the released poisons before it has time to reabsorb back into her system, which would create more severe symptoms so colon cleansing is extremely important. She also needs to change her present acid forming diet to a more alkaline diet, which consists of consuming more veggies either juiced or lightly steamed (never raw). Her internal ph level is too "Acid" due to the foods and beverages that she has been consuming. An acid ph level leads to degeneration like you see in all Cancer and AIDS patients. Meats, dairy, grains and sugar products are all acid forming. All liquid beverages are acid forming accept for pure water and dandelion tea, which helps to detox and srengthen the liver. Without drinking the required 6 to 8 glasses of water everyday, your internal body and organs become dehydrated, which also contributes to health problems. Stress is also a big factor in intestinal tract problems because simple everyday stress kicks-in the Flight or Fight Response, which pulls healing blood away from the intestinal tract. Our intestinal tract requires a steady supply of blood in order to stay healthy so if stress is affecting your wife, then she will never overcome her health problems without first learning how to perform a simple stress reduction technique 2X a day to help reduce her total stress load. These are just a few things that she needs to start doing in ordeer to reclam her health and happiness. * S.H.A.P.E. *

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Re: eosinophilic enteritis and candida (Archive in LGS.)

Posted by Walt Stoll [93.1889] on May 27, 2005 at 08:42:43:

In Reply to: eosinophilic enteritis and candida posted by David Salyer [68.1351] on May 26, 2005 at 19:46:26:

David,

ALL eosinophilic enteritis starts with severe LGS which has progressed to dysbiosis and then parasitosis (Candida is just a one-celled parasite.) First thing to do is read all you can in the glossary, home page and archives about this and let us know what you learn.

How has she certified that her Yoga is working to produce the relaxation response and has she been doing it twice a day?

Walt

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