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AZURE WISH
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This is Azures mom. Azure is in really bad shape. She is bedridden, her MCS is so severe she cant even take a supplement and she always wears her mask. Her food sensitivities are so bad she only has 2 foods she can eat.

We were hoping she will be able to build a tolerance to new foods but it will be slow so we have to choose wisely. She really needs to know what foods:

1. Decrease inflammation: So far we have found pumpkin seeds

2. Decrease yeast: So far we have found coconut oil, sesame oil.


3. Decrease antihistime:

Thank you so much for any information/experiences you are willing to share.

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Oh so sorry to hear this. Coconut water comes to mind as it has many benefits including antifungal, aniparasitic and antibacterial properties along with vitamin and minerals.

I just found a website of a ND in N.Y. who treats candida and parasites and does phone consultations.

The website is www.health-truth.com I know nothing about them, so you would have to do your own research about them.

Thought maybe someone like this could help because the doctor also has a degree in nutrition. Hoping for the best for Azure.

Gael

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Try here:

Candida Diet and Elimination:
http://flash.lymenet.org/ubb/Forum1/HTML/021412.html

Sunflower seeds, maybe??

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Carol in PA
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quote:
Originally posted by AZURE WISH:

3. Decrease antihistime:


Naturally Vitamins, Histame, Food Intolerance Support, 30 Capsules
http://www.iherb.com/Naturally-Vitamins-Histame-Food-Intolerance-Support-30-Capsules/16475?at=0
(this is one free sample per customer)

http://www.iherb.com/Naturally-Vitamins-Histame-Food-Intolerance-Support-30-Capsules/38748?at=0
(this is new packaging)

> Food Allergy and Intolerance
http://www.iherb.com/Food-Allergy

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I am sorry she is so bad... is she taking anything to detox and help unburden the liver such as milk thistle?

High dose Vit C (Perque Potent C Guard - buffered ascorbic) always helped me the most (and still does) with regard to the high histamine levels, as well as other issues. Vit C is really amazing.

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