Candida — out of control and it causes havoc within our immune system. But going on a candida detox makes things worse.

Lack of energy, foggy thinking, food allergies, stress and ‘comfort’ food cravings, imbalanced hormones, lack of libido, recurring sinus infections, poor skin condition, chronic diarrhoea, constipation, asthma, headaches, and/or severe depression, chronically poor digestion, acid reflux -  just a few of the recurring symptoms of candidiasis.

It is not fully recognised by medical doctors; nor is it cleared-up long-term, by herbal or complementary and alternative therapies, or by dietary changes. Prescribed antibiotics only stimulate more overgrowth. Anti-fungal medications, probiotics, herbal supplements and anti-candida diets may temporarily bring the symptoms under control, but all too often these solutions have little long-term effect and result, in some cases, in even-worsening conditions.

The first thing you need to know is whether, or not, it is an overgrowth of candida that is causing your symptoms – sugar-cravings and bloating may well be the result of parasitosis. Getting rid of candida can be EXTREMELY challenging. Whether your symptoms are mild or overwhelming depends on several things: how strong your immune system is; how toxic you are; how many dental amalgams you have (or your mother had before you were born);how many courses of antibiotics you have had; how long the candida overgrowth has existed;how much time you spend bathed in EMF, and; the quality of your diet and the degree of stress you are under. Even mild cases can be a challenge to correct.

In health, candida accounts for a very small part of your intestinal flora, and is necessary and beneficial when in balance. As imbalances occur the level of friendly bacteria becomes overtaken by candida yeast. This can result in a growth frenzy of candida throughout the intestinal tract and, sometimes, eventually throughout the entire body. The aim of FCT Bio-resonance testing is to detect the spread and location of this organism. But caution must be exercised when removing this pathogenic load since the release of stored toxins can be just as dangerous unless there is concurrently undertaken a strict protocol of support for all the body’s excretory pathways, and weak organs and tissues.

One of the properties of funguses is that they produce mycelia, consisting of a masses of branching, threadlike strands. As candida proliferates and and these threadlike structures migrate through the intestinal wall - resulting in ‘leaky gut syndrome’ -  the toxic load can be transported around the body, settling in organs, joints and other tissues. This can account for many of the food intolernaces which are so common these days.

Formerly, most candida overgrowth was of the species albicans; nowadays, there is a much greater prevalence of Candida tropicalis, which at one time was seen primarily in immune-compromised patients. This increase in Candida tropicalis is a reflection of the immune-compromised states with which many of us now live. Candida albicans (and other species) can cause further problems and damage by interfering with the receptor sites in various tissues in the body. Because candida can mutate very easily and can mimic these receptor sites, the body’s immune system can get confused and damage tissues and organs in an attempt to combat the candida. An example of this is rheumatoid arthritis, in which the body mistakenly attacks the joints in its attempt to destroy the candida. If the receptor sites are damaged in the hormone glands, the result is a disturbance in the production of some of the hormones, such as thyroid, adrenal, oestrogen or progesterone, pituitary, or testosterone. The entire endocrine system then functions poorly because the intricate feedback mechanism becomes disrupted.

How does Field Control Therapy aim to help?

FCT works in partnership with the body to reduce the spread of toxins as they are released from the candida. The candida organism acts as an extremely efficient ‘sponge’ for toxins, and, in its quest to wall-off toxic elements it proliferates in areas that are abundant in heavy metals, metals, herbicides, pesticides, and so on. For this reason, any attempt to destroy canadida, must be undertaken very cautiously, and any practitioner should have the greatest respect for this particular property of funguses, in order to avoid an even more dangerous release of toxicity.

FCT Bio-resonance testing endeavours to identify the toxins and pathogens that are released from candida as it regresses. (In fact, unless these toxins are removed expediently, the candida will simply regrow in order to accomplish its mission of keeping the levels of circulating toxins to a minimum). Armed with this information the FCT practitioner then aims to establish a treatment regime with the objective not only of removing candida overgrowth, but also encouraging excretion of the released toxins and, furthermore, offering support the excretory pathways, and weaker tissues as the candida is destroyed. Without this back-up support the toxicants would be free to migrate to other areas of the body. Perhaps this explains the ‘detox’ symptoms experienced by so many who follow ‘alternative’ treatments to remove candida; this is one of the dangers when embarking on a candida detox and this is why the FCT medical system offers a different approach to any other.

Not only does FCT address the problem of candida and toxicity, but it also aims to support the rejuvenation of the organs involved, primarily the gut. As a result, food sensitivities are reduced, and finally cease to be a problem, and ‘leaky gut syndrome’ heals, as the fungal mycelia disappear.

FCT offers support to weak organs, for example to the joints in the case of rheumatoid arthritis, encouraging healing to these areas once the candida and toxins have been removed.

With regard to hormonal imbalances caused by candida, without FCT Bio-resonance testing, it is impossible to say where there is a breakdown in the system. To diagnose low thyroid hormone production as the result of poor thyroid function is not necessarily the full story. Other organs and tissues involved are: the hypothalamus, the pituitary, the kidney, the liver and the adrenal glands, as well as the cell wall and intracellular components.  Any or all of these may be involved. The testing procedure ensures that the correct support is offered to those organs which need it.

COI Candida 1464382

Out-of-control candida can spread throughout the body, proliferating in organs, muscles and joints, causing inflammation, aches and soreness.




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