Candida Case Study 4: John Diabetes and Psoriasis

Candida Case Study 4: John Diabetes and Psoriasis


Thanks for tuning into my video once again.
I’m going to do another case history today. This time it’s case history number four. I’m
going to read a little bit from my book, Candida Crusher. This is a case study of a 58-year-old
male named John who lives here in New Zealand. John’s not his real name, of course.
John and Susan are patients to our practice. Together they own a large and highly successful
national franchise chain and have worked hard all their lives to achieve the amazing success
they now enjoy. John is a Type 2 diabetic with major patches of psoriasis that occasionally
spiral out of control. The scaly patches of skin up his arms and legs are quite an embarrassment
to him, and once he mentioned to me that he’d dearly love to have beautiful skin for summertime,
so he could go out and play golf without having to wear long trousers. He’d like to wear short
trousers in the summertime. He also likes the beach. He’s quite a wealthy man. He has
a huge property on the beach. He has a large avocado farm and he’s quite an interesting
character. The problem with John, though, like a lot
of people, he likes wine and chocolate. He loves red wine. He loves motorsports. He loves
golf. He loves to chill out and relax with a nice big glass of red wine and a few pieces
of dark chocolate. After a successful bout of liver detoxification, John experienced
almost total remission of his psoriasis. And when John adheres to the principles of the
Candida Crusher program, he’s basically free from psoriasis.
What I should explain to you is what underpins a lot of psoriasis cases, in fact, 78 percent
of research shows a yeast infection underpins psoriasis. Many, many people out there with
psoriasis, when they clear their Candida up, they have an incredibly beautiful result with
their psoriasis. They can almost clear up their skin entirely. Lots of psoriasis patients
are addicted to sugar. They’ll either drink alcohol or they like sweet foods or take away
foods. Many of them are high stress and they worked out that stress is a trigger. And,
of course, when there’s stress, they’ll reach for salt, sugar, or fat, one of those three
bad things. And often that combined with the stress, which increases cortisol and stimulates
inflammation, bang, they’ve got a big psoriasis flare up or outbreak.
John’s a naughty boy. Occasionally, when he lets his hair down and has a whole bottle
of red wine, he really flares up with his psoriasis big time and then he’ll be on the
phone to me, “Eric, what have I done? It’s really bad.” And then I’ll talk to his wife
and I’ll say, “What has he done?” And she’ll say, “Well, he’s had red wine again and lots
of chocolate and he’s been out with his drinking buddies.” And, of course, you know, there’s
usually cause and effect. The point I’m making is if you’re really serious about getting
rid of your psoriasis and yeast infection, you need to look at these habits. Habitually
drinking wine. I had a patient yesterday on Skype from Australia.
A man in his 30s. He’s a plumber. A very nice man. He got a total cleanup of his skin, but
then he went to his brother’s. His brother has got a child, a one year old, who just
had a birthday party and he had 10 cans of beer. For two days later, his skin flared
up really bad and he’s on to me saying, “What am I going to do?” And he said, “I know I’m
bad. I’ve got to be good again.” The issue with this young man is he started to get such
a good result and clear up, he thought, “Well, I’m okay now. I can go back to having a few
beers,” and then bang! Away came the skin again. Cause and effect.
What we can learn from case four, from John, is (a) there’s certainly a link with psoriasis
and Candida in 78 percent of cases; there’s lot of research that validates that. You can
go to Google and have a look, psoriasis and Candida, there’s a clear link there; (b) many
people with psoriasis and also Candida have got cravings and addictions to one particularly
food I find, but it could be several. They need to cut that food out, to stop that and
repair the lining of their gut, and that can give them a fantastic result and it boosts
self-confidence. That’s case number four. Thanks for tuning
in.

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