Greetings. New Zealand naturopath, Eric Bakker,author of Candida Crusher and formulator of the Canxida range of dietary supplements.The question I get asked every now and then is quot;Eric is there a link between multiplesclerosis and Candida? Is it linked?quot; And this is a question posed to me by Mr. MachalaRatko from New York City. Machala, your question is quot;Is MS linked with Candida?quot;MS is an autoimmune disease. And it's interesting; I have a lot of MS patients hereNew Zealand.It seems to be the colder parts of the world, the colder latitudes down under hereNewZealand and at the top, Scotland and certain parts of Canada, but Scotland,particular,has high incidents of MS. The jury is really
out on the cause of multiple sclerosis.But what we do know is it's an autoimmune disease that involves the body attacking themyelin sheath. Parts of the nervous,fact, the insulation coating of the nervous systemstarts cracking up and gets attacked by the immune response. And this can create shortcircuiting.Commonly I seeMS patients, they'll get burningthe feet or what we call peripheralneuropathy kind of symptoms. They can get visual disturbances and dizziness. Many differentthings can happen when you get a short circuit of the nervous system.There are different kinds of MS. We have got the relapsing remitting kind. We've got asteadily progressing kind. I've written many
articles on MS over the years. It's a conditionthat I know well, and I follow a few protocols by a few different people. Roy Swank,in fact, wrote a very good book on it. And Joyce Jelinek wrote a very good book onovercoming MS. It's a book I recommend all MS patients read. You can see my two MS articlesat EricBakker . They're very popular articles. Is there a link? There are two independentstudies. One done2010a university Maid, Spain and another onedone2012Switzerland. Both of these are separate studies and they found the linkbetween multiple sclerosis and Candida. In fact, Candida is linked with many differentkinds of autoimmune diseases. Psoriasis is
an autoimmune disease. It's estimated thatup to 90 percent of psoriasis patients have got a yeast infection.In my professional experience, most all rheumatoid arthritis patients, ulcerative colitis patients,Hashimoto's thyroiditis patients, Graves' disease patients, many of these autoimmunepresentations have got a yeast infection and small intestinal bacterial overgrowth. Couldthis be the cause? The jury is out. But what we do know is when we clean up the digestivesystem and eradie Candidaa lot of these patients, they improve to a remarkable degree.In my opinion, there is a link between autoimmune diseasesgeneral and Candida, but we can'tsay that Candida causes autoimmune disease.
We can say there is an association or a relationshipthere between them. That is some information that I want you to bearmind, Mr. Ratkofrom New York City. There is a link between them. If you have got an autoimmune disease,you would be well advised to do some comprehensive stool testing. Get your gutorder and thenwatch what happens to the autoimmune disease. It should give you quite a good result.I hope that answers your question. Thank you.
Hi, this is Scott Cartwright again and I'mreally excited to present this information to you. Information researched by RudyCartwright the MS Health Coach on the foods you need to eat and the foods you need toavoid. And let you know how a Navy pilot turned brain surgeon stumbled upon the missing linkto helping you get rid of your fatigue, balance, bowel and bladder, vision, pain and sexualproblems. So you can stop going downhill and get back to doing all the things you usedto love doing. Right about now you're feeling pretty hopeless.You desperately want to get rid of your fatigue, balance, bowel and bladder, vision, pain andsexual problems. Not to mention your brain
fog and depression, but you feel like you'regetting worse. Plus, everything MS related is so unpredictable. You never know when yourenergy level is going to op like a rock. You never know when you're going to geta good night's sleep. You never know when you'll get to hang out with your friendsor play with your kids and it sucks. It doesn't have to be that way, becausein this tutorial presentation I'm going to show you exactly what you need to do to getrid of your MS symptoms. Best of all I'll explain everything to youa way you canunderstand. Now, sorry to be so blunt about this, but you need to hear this soon thanlater. If you're like 99.7% of the people
out there with multiple sclerosis, what youare currently doing about your MS is not going to help you get better. You're basicallygoing down the wrong road. You're still getting worse, right? No one has ever satyou down and told you exactly what you need to be doing. Let's change all that startingright now. Here are the foods to eat and avoid to helpget rid of your MS symptoms. First, let's start with the foods to avoid. The first thingis soda pop. That's because soft inks contain an ingredient called benzoate as apreservative and they have thesethem. If you look on the can you'll see them calledsodium benzoate or potassium benzoate or calcium
benzoate. The problem with the benzoate isthatthe presence of ascorbic acid, which is also foundthe soda pop, that turnsthe benzoate into benzene. And what's wrong with benzene? Benzene causesproblemsyour bone marrow and it causes problems with your immune system. When youhave multiple sclerosis the last thing you want to do is eat or ink anything that cancause problems with your immune system. The next thing that you want to avoid is calciumand what I'm talking about here is extra calcium supplementation. Calcium you get yourfood is fine, but taking extra calcium is not good for you. You'll see the journalarticles that this information comes from.
It'sblack and the main points from thearticles areblue. The first one states that calcium is critically importantmanyfunctions of the nervous system. The next one says that calcium can play a criticalrolecell killingthe central nervous system. The third one says that calcium overloadleads to a structural and functional axonal injury.As you know the axon is the long extension of the cell that transmits the electricalcurrent. And when you have MS those electrical currents and that part of the cell are alreadydamaged, and extra calcium can cause additional damage to the axons and you do not want that.Additionally, when you take too much calcium
you'll seethis first article here, thatstudies suggest that there is a 64% increased risk of hip fracture with high doses of calciumsupplementation. That's taking 800 to 1200 mg. of calcium per day.Then the last article, it shows the results of trials from calcium supplementation wherethere's an increased risk of heart attack, 27 to 31%, and an increaserisk of strokefrom 12% to 20%. We definitely don't want you taking extra calcium so that you can avoidthese problems. Now you must be asking yourself, okay so Iknow some of the things to avoid. Now what do I need to eat so I can jumpstart my recovery?The problem is you don't know where or who