Is Candida A Hoax?

Thank you for checking out this video. Candida, is it a myth? Is it a hoax? Is it a fake illness? Has it been invented by some people to profit from, from patients lack of knowledge? Is it pseudoscience? What the heck is it?

Well, if you go on the internet, you’ll find lots of these science-based medical websites that completely discredit yeast infection. That also completely discredit adrenal fatigue and many other conditions, which I find rather interesting because there’s plenty of scientific evidence that will show the exact opposite. That yeast infections are, in fact, real. It is a credible disease. There’s plenty of evidence to suggest that what I’m saying is correct.

Many mainstream journals talk about Candida albicans being a problem. Many mainstream journals like the New England Journal of Medicine, even The Lancet. There are many gynecological journals. I could give you thousands of these references, and if you go and have a look at yeastinfection.org, you’ll find plenty of references. There are many websites with lots of credible information about Candida, but the problem is this, there are a lot of idiots out there giving stupid information about Candida. People are saying that it kills you and 90 percent of people have got an infection. They don’t know about it. It attacks the brain. It creates retardation.

So when you get people making these ridiculous claims, of course, you’re going to get science jumping on top of you. Doctors and scientists themselves can’t really claim to be ultraclean themselves. When we look at how many problems pharmaceutical creates and causes, particularly in America; it’s phenomenal. That we get 200 to 300 people dying every single day from improperly prescribed pharmaceutical drugs. These aren’t drugs that people take themselves. These are drugs that have been given to them by a doctor with a qualification in a controlled setting for a particular disease. This is incredible. If we had one big jet airliner crashing every day killing the same amount of people, nobody would fly an aircraft, but medicine manages to get away with this repeatedly day after day.

Antibiotics are one of the leading causes of ultra-disease in people with over 120,000 deaths per annum in America alone from antibiotics. So we know that antibiotics kill beneficial bacteria and allow yeast to thrive. The whole argument with medicine is there is no such thing as systemic Candida when, in fact, there absolutely is such a thing as systemic Candida. We’ve seen that with Aids patients and people with severe immunocompromised disease. A lot of these people die of systemic Candida.

But we also know that many people don’t die of systemic Candida, but have got very poor quality, low-grade lives because they have got a yeast infection that has gotten into the bloodstream, but it’s in a low-grade sense. So medicine doesn’t tend to look at patients with functional disorders. They only tend to look at disease and, unfortunately, until that day when they recognize Candida for being the scourge and the disease that it is, people like me will never get credibility. We may be another 100 years away from that.

I hope that answers your question. Candida is not a hoax. It’s not fake, but there are a lot of fools making ridiculous claims about yeast infections out there. That’s the unfortunate thing, and that discredits the whole industry and people like me that try to help patients and have helped patients for many years with serious yeast infections. Thousands of patients don’t lie, and people recover time after time. You can call it a placebo effect. You can call it what you want, but I’ve certainly seen patients recover from serious yeast infections and systemic infections myself, and I don’t really care what the science says because my only relationship is with my patient not with the science itself.

I hope that answers your question. Thank you.

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