If you don’t measure you simply won’t know what is going on. Candida testing is remarkably available, quite predictable, and once identified can significantly improve treatment outcomes in psychiatric conditions. Oftentimes candida grows more easily downstream from other IgG immunity issues such as food sensitivities to milk, wheat and eggs.
Treatment Failure | Mind And Body
Far too often physical medical folk overlook the connection – that real, measurable medical connection – the pathological connection between chronic body challenges and specific brain, psychiatric imbalances. Allergists focus, as they should, on the serious medical issues that arise with IgE issues. Those interested in treatment for mental health issues, brain imbalances, identify and treat different targets. Body targets frequently present as more obvious – brain targets present as more obscure, more difficult to identify, and more challenging to assess treatment progress. Understandably, the subtlety of brain function simply isn’t on their radar. Not a problem, it’s still clinically measurable, and connected to laboratory test findings.
See this CorePsych posting on questionnaires for Candida Testing from a year ago – with specific videos on Candida challenges that arise from hidden, not easily recognizable clinical presentations. More often than not Candida resides in secret, in chronic, refractory body closets, not available to superficial review. Candida creates problems from ADHD to, more recently discovered, specific encouragement for Alzheimer’s. Informed brain care requires careful candida review. Candida markers matter.
It’s time to review this easy Video Playlist on why-and-how for Candida Testing. These videos show the value of how more than one test – both IgG and OATS – can prove useful in revealing underlying pathology. IgG tests for antibodies, markers that show your body is on Candida Immunity Alert, and OATS with markers that show current Candida Activity.
Candida Testing Videos: 5 Short Videos + Detailed Webinar
NB: No economic affiliation with Great Plains, but I do use their Candida Testing process at CorePsych after years of testing with a variety of labs. Great Plains results are easily translated in the evaluation process.
See what you think, and please forward if these observations prove useful.
Dr Charles Parker
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