Has sugar poisoned you? Try the candida spit test


My name is Lisa. I am a reformed sugar addict. Welcome to the group. I have written a post here prior to our sugar detox two week course. Some time in 2014 I started to experience a wide range of symptoms. One of them was very severe. In this blog I have described candida symptoms and filmed myself doing a (gross) test to see if I had it.

I pretty much knew straight away it was due to a candida overgrowth. But after bringing my ideas to two GP’s I got a conclusive. No. That candida stuff is a myth.

So instead I enlisted the help of Dr Google, our resident naturopath, a nutritionalist and an allergy specialist.

I was right it was candida. Because after giving up sugar. The red scales I had developed on my face went away. I dropped a shed load of weight. And I had amazing energy.

Are you effected by an candida overgrowth?

See this test – it must be performed first thing in the morning before taking any drinks or brushing your teeth…..


Here are common symptoms:

  1. Allergies: to foods and/or airborne chemicals; particularly adult-onset allergies. The number of offending substances can keep increasing until an individual becomes so sensitive to the everyday environment that they must live in isolation.
  2. Fatigue: continual, but often more noticeable after eating.
  3. Gastrointestinal: poor digestion (constipation or diarrhoea, gas, bloating, cramps, heartburn, nausea, gastritis, colitis, etc.)
  4. Neurological: carbohydrate cravings, irritability, mood swings, headaches, migraines, “fogged-in” feeling, inability to concentrate/mind “wanders off”, poor memory, confusion, dizziness, M.S.-like symptoms (slurred speech, loss of muscle co-ordination, vision affected), depression and/or anxiety without apparent cause (often worse after eating), paranoia without apparent cause, not in total control of one’ actions (know right thing to do but unable to execute), mental incompetence (sometimes leading to institutionalization), a variety of other behavioral disturbances.
  5. Genito-urinary: vaginal infections, menstrual difficulties, impotence, infertility, prostatitis, rectal itch, urinary tract infection/inflammation (urgency, burning).
  6. Respiratory: compromised immune system (frequent colds, flus), hay fever, mucous congestion, postnasal drip, asthma, bronchitis, chest pain, frequent clearing of throat, habitual coughing (usually non-productive).
  7. Skin: athlete’s foot, jock itch, skin rash, hives, dry brownish patches, psoriasis, ringworm, rough skin on sides of arms which gets worse at certain times of the month or under increased stress.
  8. Symptoms resistant to all modes of therapy. The physician may conclude that patient is a hypochondriac and/or neurotic and may suggest tranquilizers, anti-depressants and/or psychiatric help.
  9. Clinical history (early childhood): ADD, ADHD, hyperactivity, aggressiveness, SKIN problems (cradle cap, diaper rash, thrush), RESPERATORY problems (chronic ear infection, tonsillitis) or GI problems (colic).
  10. Miscellaneous: cold extremities, arthritis-like symptoms, etc.

What to do?

Come and see me at the workshop and change the course of your health! Sounds extreme but it has been an amazing transformation for me.

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