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A Wonderful Site about Body Temperature

Posted by Mary Jackson on January 01, 1999 at 13:47:57:

Hi Everybody,

Happy New Year! Let's hope that 1999 is a great year and you might want to have a food supply towards the year 2000 just in case of disruptions. I ran into this site on the Candida Forum at heathyawareness.com: http://www.mall-net.com/mcs/coldbody.html
It explains so much for me that I have been touching on like brown fat thermogenesis, light stimulation, etc. Somewhere on the site I read about famine genealogy (such as Irish, Scottish, and Russian ancestry) where the digestion is cooled off for survival. These metabolic concerns need to be booted up. Juvenile diabetes fits in here too. Check out the link on Yakko-Therapy. Mary J.


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Candida and Post-Nasal Drip

Posted by Mary Jackson on January 01, 1999 at 22:13:03:

In Reply to: A Wonderful Site about Body Temperature posted by Mary Jackson on January 01, 1999 at 13:47:57:

Here is something I pasted from an article by E. Butler at http://www.mall-net.com/mcs/afung.html

"No matter how well you kill off the Candida in your gut, if you have Candida in your nasal passages, it will re-colonize your stomach from your post nasal drip, especially if you have low stomach acid! Spit post nasal drip out! Use an old vitamin bottle or a plastic bag, but spit it out! It's loaded with all the airborne Candida, the other fungi and all the dust and pollution your nose cleaned from the air you breathe."

I had read that candida in the gut was seeded by the mouth, but maybe the nose is more like it. Mary J.



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Re: Candida and Post-Nasal Drip

Posted by Peter Wray on January 02, 1999 at 08:33:29:

In Reply to: Candida and Post-Nasal Drip posted by Mary Jackson on January 01, 1999 at 22:13:03:

I was wondering about candida and sinus problems last night ( I do lead an exciting life - don't I). My eleven year old son has sinus problems every winter. As an infant he had thrush and yeast diaper rashes. I am now wondering whether his recurrent sinus problems could also be candida related. Certainly his sugar intake over the holidays hasn't helped him any.

So how does one go about helping an eleven year old?

Thanks

Peter


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Re: Candida and Post-Nasal Drip

Posted by Robert McFerran on January 02, 1999 at 12:41:39:

In Reply to: Re: Candida and Post-Nasal Drip posted by Peter Wray on January 02, 1999 at 08:33:29:

Peter,

One of the best uses of GSE (grapefruit seed extract) is for an anti-microbial (including yeast) nasal spray. Here is what to do.

Go to the drug store and buy some canned saline solution in the contact lens section. Note -- this is not the stuff in the plastic containers (that has preservatives) but the stuff in the pressurized metal containers which contains NO preservatives (they sterilize the saline inside with gamma irradiation).

Now go to the section where they have the nasal decongestants and find a bottle (usually 1.5 - 2 fluid oz.) of saline nasal spray.

Go home and pull the top off of the nasal spray container and empty the contents (it has preservative in it) and refill with the preservative free saline from the pressurized can. Add ONE drop of Grapefruit Seed Extract, recap the spray bottle and follow the directions on the spray bottle.

Bob



Re: Candida and Post-Nasal Drip/Dr Stoll????

Posted by Robin Pollan on January 05, 1999 at 21:00:08:

In Reply to: Candida and Post-Nasal Drip posted by Mary Jackson on January 01, 1999 at 22:13:03:

Am I wrong or what? I recall that at some point Dr Stoll said that if you take care of your leaky gut that you can be exposed to Candida fungus and not end up with a problem. I understood that LGS was the reason that you ended up with a Candida problem to begin with. Did I misunderstand something?

Robin


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Re: Candida and Post-Nasal Drip/Dr Stoll????

Posted by Walt Stoll on January 07, 1999 at 15:29:20:

In Reply to: Re: Candida and Post-Nasal Drip/Dr Stoll???? posted by Robin Pollan on January 05, 1999 at 21:00:08:

Dear Robin,

You got it right!

We ALL are swimming in candida yeasts 24 hours a day for all our lives. This is true everywhere on this planet.

So long as we have even a reasonably healthy intestinal ecology, it is impossible for the candida to convert into the fungal form which is necessary for anything to happen at all.

This is why simply treating the candida almost always results in recurrence if the causes of the LGS are not addressed.

Walt




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