Alkalizing and Sugar Control (candida)

Posted by Anonymous (Anonymous) on 10/27/2011

Hello Ted, I've been trying to beat this life-long case of candida I've had. I tried drinking baking soda and water twice now. The first time I started spotting almost immediately. I also developed red, itchy rashes on my ears. The second time i tried it with lime juice. No rash as of yet, but still spotting. I haven't seen this discussed on any post on Earth Clinic so i assume this problem is a personal one. Really want to alkalize my body but BS doesn't seem to agree with me. Any idea what's causing this reaction? Is there anything i can do differently to alkalize?

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
11/28/2011
383 posts

Yes, your blood sugar is probably high, and something is wrong with the electrolyte balance, in particular your chlorides. Blood sugar can be alleviated with chromium (1000 mcg), vanadium (vanadate or vanadium sulfate) 5 mg, and cinnamon extract (500 mg x 2). The blood sugar high makes the body's immune system and repair to be deficient. Also, baking soda, tends to decrease excess blood clotting, in your case that caused more bleeding as a result of other issues that need to be dealt with. Ideally blood sugar has to be 80 to 90 mg/dL fasting blood glucose, after meals one hour should be below 100 mg/dL for me, I think that any value above 110 mg/dL is not good enough (they are still sick at this level).

Once the blood sugar is normal then the repair and immune system goes to normal. Blood sugar is actually more important then alkalizing in this case, but generally speaking for people with normal blood sugar, pH is important, and that means alkalinity. So if their blood sugar is above 200 mg/dL, they have bleeding and I seen this often. Doctors used insulin but it doesn't get sugar to normal with that, until they first resolve the basic deficiencies such as getting fats down (lecithin), more MSM, chromium and vanadium, when those are dealt with and sugar control, so their blood sugar is normal, and they no longer have bleeding, assuming their not hemophiliacs!

Ted


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