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 Posted: Tue Sep 28th, 2010 11:39 pm
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After struggling for years with my own Candida problems and helping a lot of patients with solutions for their Candida, I finally discovered a secret that provided a tremendous short cut to restoring the balance in the body and getting rid of Candida. It helped me tremendously.

 Getting Candida under control can be a long arduous process. But there is a short cut that most folks are not aware of. A person will have great difficulty getting rid of Candida when their tissues are loaded with toxic metals accumulated over time by every day toxic exposures in our environment.

 Here’s that well kept secret – chelation therapy.

 Here’s my problem, I studied and treated so many people with chelation and Candida problems that I’ve forgotten all the questions I had about the Candida-chelation connection when I first became aware of it.

I would really value your input in regard to an informational product I’m developing to help people overcome Candida (yeast overgrowth).

 So would you help me remember those questions?

 Just click on the link below and then type in your single most important question about the Candida-Chelation connection.

 http://www.askdatabase.com/campaigns/?a=55310&c=&b=7731

This link goes to a page where you can type in your queston, that's all.

 Thanks so much.


Blessings,

Dr. Jo

Bessie Jo Tillman, MD

http://www.dr-jo-md.com

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 Posted: Wed Sep 29th, 2010 08:15 pm
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Heavy Metal Toxicity is implicated in a chronic Th 2 ( humoral ) immune response. Since fungal overgrowth requires an active Th1 ( cell- mediated/nk cells ) immune response to eradicate the infection, high load of heavy metals keep you immune system suppressed. It is thought that eliminating chronic metal toxicity, the immune system recover to its normal balance allowing an effective Th1 response against intracellular pathogens. In fact, the goal of any anti-candida treatment should be to recover the immunity. It is also thought intracellular pathogens such as viruses and fungus, have the ability to trick the immune system and to simulate an extracellular intruder. Using this system to survive, intracellular pathogens can keep the immune system over-reacting to a wrong immune response ( Th 2 ) . Reducing the pathogenic fungal overgrowth with an effective combined therapy is a way to recover the immune suppression. Any offender that can keep your immune system  chronically toward to the Th2 side won't allow an effective cell-mediated immunity to eliminate a fungal overgrowth. These offender can be parasites, extracellular bacterias ( H. Pylori ), metal toxicity, chronic food intolerances, allergens, etc.

Another important thing is to recover human indigenous intestinal bacterias. Since alterations in the gut microbiome caused by antibiotics disrupt the effective immune function, HPI or fecal transplant is required to recover indigenous bacterial species.

                                                    I hope this help,

                                                                                  Jorge

Last edited on Thu Sep 30th, 2010 10:17 pm by dv.jorge

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 Posted: Wed Sep 29th, 2010 09:12 pm
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Dr,

Were you able to eat Gluten again after your candida recovery ??

According to most of the pioneer Mds who treated this syndrome like Dr. Truss, Dr. Crook, Dr. Trowbridge, Dr. Sydney M Baker, etc most if not all candida intolerances disappear after the candida overgrowth be eradicated.

                                                Thanks,

                                                                    Jorge

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No, I still cannot eat gluten or dairy. I have been able to tolerate other foods that I once could not like tomatoes and vinegar.

I am always looking for insights into healing the gut. Mine is still somewhat sensitive. I've tried a lot of protocols. So any info would be very appreciated.

Dr. Jo

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 Posted: Wed Sep 29th, 2010 10:34 pm
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Thanks Dr. Jorge for the great information. Can you direct me to references so I can study this furthur?

My Candida overgrowth came after recurrent antibiotic treatments, so I have always felt that I never recovered the indigenous flora. I would really like to know more HPI (I don't even know what those initials stand for)  and the fecal transplant process.

(I will be gone for a few days - so know that I haven't forgotten you when I don't respond in the next few days.)

Dr. Jo

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Human Probiotic Infusion ( HPI ) and fecal transplants are the only effective way to recover the gut microbiota so far.

Since science still doesn't know the role of every microbial specie in the gut, people who have taken broad spectrum antibiotics should get a fecal transplant from a healthy donor. Oral pharmaceutical Probiotics aren't able to re-colonize the gut permanently, but they only do temporary colonization. Another limitation is lack of enough bacterial strains and species to shape the gut normal ecology. Recently, the success of many bacterial transplants in patients with recurrent and chronic C. Difficile and UC have opened a new window to treat intestinal diseases.

Pioneer technics use a mix of broad spectrum oral antibiotics and PPI before to the procedure but a recent animal experiment showed up that the bacterial implant was more effective without prior antibiotic intake. This is really exciting because permanent colonization was achieved and the recipients could adopt the donor flora without complications. A follow up, showed a modulated bacterial ecology after 6 months of the procedure.

                                                                        
http://www.genomeweb.com/sequencing/fecal-transplantation-alters-rat-gut-microbiomes

                                                                                        Jorge

Last edited on Thu Sep 30th, 2010 03:07 am by dv.jorge

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