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Is it possible to cure Candida in 60 to 90 days?

I’ve seen on other Candida websites where they offer anywhere from a 60 to 90 day “permanent” cure for Candida.  I’ve had Candida throughout most of my adult life, and I’m 49 years old. I’ve tried everything under the sun to cure my infestation, but I’ve never even come close to a complete cure. Are these sites full of bull, or is it really possible to cure a Candida overgrowth in 60 to 90 days?
asked Sep 7, 2013 in Treatment by Tabitha Smith

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I hate to say anything that the so-called “experts” claim is bull, but to say that any Candida infestation of the body is going to be completely and “permanently” cured in two to three months is, well as you wrote, it’s nothing but bull. First of all, it’s never been proven that a Candida albicans overgrowth can be permanently cured at all because there is such a huge lack of research in the area of actually ‘curing’ a Candida infestation.

Personally, I came to a symptom-free state with my own infestation over two years ago and have remained symptom-free during the two year period; however, two years is by no means proof that my state of health at this time is permanent.

A simple diet of avoiding sugar and carbohydrates cannot bring a Candida infestation to a symptoms-free state alone and neither can the antifungals. But a diet that is constructed to rebuild the adrenal glands and the immune system as well as avoiding food that will feed the Candida combined with the correct supplements will act together to bring your infestation under control.  But you can trust that, throughout your treatment you will absolutely have to avoid the foods on which the Candida albicans can survive. Plus, most of the supplements that are named in our Candida protocol are necessary during most of the treatment; otherwise, it could take years longer to reach a symptom-free state, if at all, because of all the changes that must take place inside your body in order to reduce the full infestation and prevent them from constantly reproducing.
answered Sep 7, 2013 by Sean Knows About Candida (1,540 points)