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Candida and Weight

Candida can contribute to both weight loss or weight gain. Both are very difficult to address.

With weight loss, the body is not receiving the nutrition it needs because candida is consuming everything and coating the intestinal wall so that nutrition can't get to the body very effectively.

With weight gain, the body also doesn't get enough nutrition and so it tries to hold on to everything it gets. Toxins from the candida also cause the body to put abnormal fat stores around the abdomen, thighs, hips, etc to keep them out of the blood stream and to retain water. The storage of toxins and water retention are a survival mechanism as a toxin overload could overwhelm the liver and make you very uncomfortable, so if the liver can't deal with the toxins the toxins get stored away in a safe place (abnormal fat).

Both of these problems are important to solve, but the weight gain seems to be more common than problems with losing weight. I don't want to minimize the weight loss side (this, I know, is very frustrating to those who struggle to keep weight on), but weight gain does cause some special considerations which I would like to explore further.
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Okay, so candida has caused a weight gain problem for you. Sometimes just solving the candida problem will cause weight loss. This can happen, in particular, if your body was holding on to water weight and toxins. The water weight falls off as the candida and related toxins are diminished - this happened to me when I did ThreeLac for the first time.

For some people, this is enough - you kill your candida, you lose weight, you're done. If this is going to happen for you, you will probably see weight loss in the first 4 weeks of a cleanse. I hope everyone has this luck. However, for others, you may see an initial weight loss or no loss at all through the cleanse. If this happens to you, you may need something additional to get your weight back to normal ranges permanently.

I have tried to solve the weight gain issue over the years by dieting; unfortunately, traditional dieting damaged my metabolism to such a point that eating normally without gaining was impossible even though the candida was gone.

I'd gotten to the point where I would gain weight even though I was only eating about 1,000 calories per day; dieting just slowed the rate of gain. I also had hormonal issues (PCOS) that complicated things; PCOS caused insulin resistance and weight gain if I ate any carbohydrate. I knew I had to find a method of weight loss that would allow me to heal my metabolism, but almost all weight loss techniques just made my metabolism worse and I would always regain my weight with my metabolism in even worse shape than before.

After years of struggling with my weight, looking for an answer to my problem (and I have tried almost everything). I have finally found a method that not only allows you to lose weight quickly, but (more importantly) allows you to reset your metabolism to a normal level.

I realize that this may sound too good to be true, but this protocol gives you a chance to get back to normal (i.e. being able to eat normal calorie allotments without gaining) by resetting your weight set point.

It is best to start this protocol once you have been on a candida cleanse for at least 4-6 weeks. If you are interested in finding out more, you can read more about this weight loss protocol here.
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