Alcoholics can blame candida for their strong and intense cravings. The pink cloud that they refer to in Alcoholics Anonymous is simply the euphoria that your body feels when you stop feeding your Candida overgrowth with sugar, grains and yeast. It takes about a week for them to start dying and lasts about three weeks. When the Candida die, they release 79 toxins into your system, making you feel sick and worse than when you were drinking. One of the toxins is ethanol, which is why there is a high rate of relapse during the first 30 days of not drinking grains, sugars and yeast. Once you make it past 30 days, you should not have cravings... unless you still have the Candida.
Candida overgrowth occurs in individuals who consume large amounts of sugar, grains, and yeast. The perfect alcoholic diet: alcohol is made from the cheapest GMOd grains (or potatoes) available and breaks down into sugar. Beer is made from hops and barley (both grains) and adding yeast to Candida is like adding fish food to a piranha tank. Ever see a beer belly bloat? That’s a visual of Candida overgrowth in the gut.
In the sobriety community, there has been much debate why some people are alcoholics while others simply are not. Sobriety experts like Dr. Drew will argue the reason some people are addicts while other are not addicts is genetics. Basically, he’s saying that some are chosen while others are not. That’s BS. He of course, has a pure lineage, free from genetic disorders such as alcholism. By the way, he will then say once you treat your alcoholism, then that will transfer to food addiction, porn addiction, excercise addiction, sleep addiction... WTF? Drew, basically you’re saying you’re fucked if you’re an addict because your ancestors were addicts and your offspring will be too. I disagree with that. AA and Dr Drew have a 25% success rate for long term sobriety. That’s a terrible track record.
Here is what I discovered. Once you eliminate Candida overgrowth then you will no longer crave alcohol. If you drink again, it will “feed” the Candida. Maybe not at first, but at some point, if you go back to consuming grains, sugar and yeast, you will eventually “drink like an addict” again because the Candida takes over and causes intense sugar (alcohol) and salt cravings. That explains relapse.
A relapse occurs after a period of significant sobriety. What happens? Dr. Drew states on Celebrity Rehab that only 25% of people in Alcoholics Anonymous will stay sober for any significant length of sobriety. A 25% success rate tells you that AA and Twelve Step programs do not work. They only work temporarily and here’s why.
Candida overgrowth is caused by consuming too much sugar, grains and yeast i.e. alcohol and beer. Candida causes intense sugar and salt cravings; that’s what distinguishes an alcoholic from a “normie”. The Candida takes over the brains cravings and the alcoholic will crave more alcohol. Combined with the inebriation effect from alcohol, they will drink until they black out. Alternatively, this is why when someone who doesn’t have candida overgrowth will drink alcohol wnd they won’t get the same intense cravings as the alcoholic.
Additional evidence is hangovers. Have you ever noticed that some people get hangovers while other don’t? And have you heard some people get “sugar hangovers”? And commonly enough, those who get hangovers are also alcoholics! That is because they are caused by.... Candida overgrowth.
When the Candida lifecycle reproduces, it’s spores die and the byproducts they emit are astounding; 79 different toxins into your blood stream making you feel sick, dizzy, nauseous... basically a hangover.
This is why some people relapse. They continue to feed and grow their Candida without knowing that they are really ingesting large amounts of GMOs, grains, sugars and feeding their Candida overgrowth even during sobriety. If you don’t clear out your Candida, then you will have intense sugar craving i.e. alcohol cravings and you will most likely relapse and die.
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