Arthritis Symptoms and Candida Death: The Connection and How to Treat It

This is another case of candidiasis, it is arthritis and candida that die. Many people ask me if arthritis could be one of the symptoms of death. There is a case where this friend of mine, her arthritis got worse than usual since she started taking antifungals a month ago. She wonders if it’s the die-off. So for you who have the same or similar case, this article can be taken as a rough idea.

For arthritis specifically, it is necessary to eliminate all sugars of any kind, and artificial sweeteners, such as Sweet N Low (saccharin) and Equal or Nutrasweet (aspartame). Alternatively, stevia can be used. Be sure to read the food ingredients of any packaged food you use, to make sure it doesn’t contain any type of sugar by any name.

Eliminate any and all wheat products. Read ingredient labels on packaged foods. And yes, this includes bread, pasta, cakes, cookies, crackers, Wing-Dings, Ho-Hos, Devil Dogs, as well as any packaged food mix or condiment products. Also completely eliminate nightshade vegetables, such as tomato, green pepper, eggplant, white potato. I would also recommend eliminating any and all dairy products of any kind.

Take 3 tablespoons of flax oil daily. If you choose the 1000mg capsules ie 14 capsules = 1 tablespoon (not very cost effective or easy to do) This can also be achieved by taking 3 tablespoons of ground flaxseed per meal (3 meals) not just the oil but also a daily total of 27 g of fiber, which is also important for the arthritic person.

You can put flax seed oil in a protein shake, in a salad, drizzle it on vegetables, etc. Don’t cook it: cooking destroys the Omega 3 fats, which is what you want from the oil.

Some of my friends have mixed it with herbal tea. If your flax seed oil tastes unpleasant, it is rancid. Get it at a health food store with a lot of turnover. You should find it in the refrigerator section. Keep it in your refrigerator. If you choose to use flax seeds, grind them in a coffee grinder, or in your blender (dry), then mix them into a protein shake, or sprinkle them on foods, vegetables, salads, anything you can think of.

It has a nutty flavor. If you grind it ahead of time, store it in the freezer; it goes rancid quickly. You have to grind the flaxseed because chewing it won’t grind it enough for you to get the benefits of the oil.

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