I was born a preemie. I had horrible colic my entire childhood, I was skinny, and I threw up every night. I hated food and was a picky eater.
At 9 I was diagnosed with yeast infection and had to go to treatments to the other end of town every week. I took 3 buses to get there and 3 to get back home. 80 minutes each way.
I had stomach ulcers, my hair was falling out in patches, and I started to show signs or emotional instability.
I wasn't going to be beaten by anything, so I developed a discipline a fakir would be proud to have.
I never had a good day, and I didn't even know I could. Of course the diagnosis, yeast infection, was forgotten, and I was treated for the symptoms, ulcers, depression, insomnia, muscle aches, headaches, especially migraines, irritable blowel syndrome, thinning hair, skin rashes and pimples.
I moved to Israel and changed my diet. I eliminated all carbs and I got better. I came to the US and it started all over again. Nothing is available here without sugar in it.
I was put on systemic yeast medication, expensive and dangerous. I was just surviving.
In 1996 I started to drink Energy Water, and slowly started to get better.
It seems that yeast, a parasite, doesn't like the changed spin of the water, and it doesn't like the higher vibration. It slows down, maybe even arrests their growth.
Yeast infection is incurable. Why? Because yeast, once it finds its way into your system, can grow from just a few to an army in an hour: you only need to give them the food they like: sugar.
The problem, or the irritant to your body, is not the presence of the yeast, Candida Albicans, it is their excretion.
Sugar is the main ingredient of alcohol, and alcohol is a potent nerve killer, a potent nerve paralyzer.
The "side-effect" of yeast overgrowth in your body is all the side effects of being drunk 24/7. Your body's defenses are down, and they allow all kinds of bad guys to go through barriers disabled by the "alcohol", including the yeast.
It is estimated that at least 40% of the population has systemic yeast infection. My personal hunch is that 100% of the overweight population, 100% of the schizophrenics, etc.
This is just my personal hunch, and I refuse to do research: my hunches are good enough for me.
Yeast infection is near-impossible to diagnose. The only "test" I was ever going to dream up is using something, a 100% sugar/carb-free diet (for example) that kills of the yeast massively. If you suddenly have stomach cramps, you had a yeast overgrowth of epic proportions.
The worse you feel for a week on the new diet, the worse your infestation was.
If you cheat, even just a little bit, a little milk here, a little veggies there, a little cold-cuts here, a little liverwurst there, maple cured bacon, cheese... all these have sugar, and your die-off will be gradual, so the results won't be obvious.
You will need to get on that totally sugar free diet only for the diagnosis. Once you know what's been eating you, literally, you can develop a course of action that is less drastic, and you can commit to for the rest of your life.
For example, I can't drink milk, but I can have a lot of half-and-half in my coffee or tea without paying for it with my well-being. I can have an occasional beet, a carrot, even an apple, or an 85% cocoa chocolate, but not every day, and not all on the same day.
Even with the energy water.
But without the water, it didn't matter what I did, I could not even get better!
Today you may consider me well, but back in the 80's, early 90's you would have known that I was sick. When my mother visited me in 1992, I was the older one between the two of us: she ran circles around me. And she was 27 years older than me.
So, what do I recommend? I recommend switching to the Energy Water for all your liquids.
And start gradually reducing your carb intake. Atkins' diet was perfect for people with yeast infection: you needed to count your carbs and it had to be under 60 grams a day. That feels about right.
That type of diet combined with the Energy Water and Dr. Schulze's Superfood, provides you with what you need to be well and contain your yeast so you can be well.
Without the water? I doubt you can get well.