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Diagnosed with IBS, symptoms getting worse. Candida present in bowel. How to treat it?

hi i was diagnosed with IBS in 2007 the symptoms are getting worse i have tried every diet known to man! I have been researching about candida because my colon hydrotherapist said in was in my bowel contents. I feel nauseated in the afternoons, not hungry in the morning, extremely bloated after each meal. my diet is so so so bland, i do not drink alcohol or smoke . I get full really quickly! my life is going backwards, i have run out things to try! please help me I m only 26.
Mon, 10 Jun 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
chronic irritation and inflamation by one or two food components we eat daily results in ibs according to newer studies
withdraw milk and diary proteins completely from diet and you will see if the reversal of symptomps in 3 wk
because this is commonest cause as milk is animal protein and animal proteins are not competiblewith human proteins
if no reversal get blood serum test for specific antibodies for wheat potato chana egg nuts rice and milk
eliminaate from diet the components which come in test one or two or 3 you will find reversal in 3 wk
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