Candida and MS
I have been showing symptoms of MS, but have not been "officially" diagnosed. My health has become worse over the last few months, having my appendix removed for severe abdominal pain, to numbing of legs, feet and hands, etc., etc.
I was convinced to go for a "live blood analysis" the other day. When I was there they told me they were shocked at just how much yeast was in my blood, even getting a few different people to come and look.
They told me I also had lots of parasites. I was able to watch this on a TV what they were looking at, and there were things in my blood that had bodies and legs and you could see them eating my red blood cells. It was disgusting.
I was told I had a large number of parasites, large number of bacteria, and an insane amount of yeast in my blood.
Could this be causing my ms symptoms, or can too much yeast cause ms in itself?
If I get rid of the yeast will my symptoms disappear?
There are many links between the overgrowth of Candida and MS. I can't say that it is "proven" that Candida overgrowth causes MS, but there are many doctors and nutritionists who believe it is quite possible and even very likely. Some swear by it!
At the very least, we can believe that the symptoms of Candida overgrowth can be very similar to the symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis and that by getting the yeast back under control, the symptoms decrease.
Since you have been tested and confirmed that you definitely have an excessive amount of yeast and parasites in your system, I would absolutely begin an anti candida diet
and start the cleansing and building process.
The more aggressively you fight against the candida and parasites, the more quickly you will begin to feel better.
Here are a list of suggestions that have proven to be quite successful in seeking a candida cure
Please let us know if we can be of further help. To your good health!