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Denise2

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  1. He didn't apply anything at all to his face during his active acne times. Nothing worked, so we figured what the heck. He used a 10% sulfur soap twice a day but no treatment creams or anything. I don't think the strong sulfur soap did a thing, to be honest. Before when we treated the candida and felt like we got a handle on it and he had a brief clear period, I knew to have him do peels and topical vitamin c, but I used a Jason's brand vitamin c only after the peel (that I still personally
  2. I think you're right. What I mean is, my son's red marks have DRAMATICALLY faded since he got clear from the colostrum. What I find is that when you have inflammation in your body, it seems to trigger two things: 1. Horrible red marks, very hard to fade and seem to never go away 2. Acne that takes forever to go away and skin does not heal well at all Inflammation is the root cause of this, from all that I have seen and heard. When you deal with the inflammation (usually due to some k
  3. Well today makes week one for me and i am looking worser than i have in quite sometime. I am getting more breakouts at once than usual and even got some on sides of cheeks that i have never got before. I am hoping its a toxin dieoff/IB cause this is very disheartining. Trying to keep my hopes high :pray: Jay, it's only been 1 week. This is very normal. My son NEVER broke out on his jawline or neck and broke out like crazy when he took the colostrum. This is NOT an overnight success
  4. I think you're right. What I mean is, my son's red marks have DRAMATICALLY faded since he got clear from the colostrum. What I find is that when you have inflammation in your body, it seems to trigger two things: 1. Horrible red marks, very hard to fade and seem to never go away 2. Acne that takes forever to go away and skin does not heal well at all Inflammation is the root cause of this, from all that I have seen and heard. When you deal with the inflammation (usually due to some k
  5. This is quite interesting as fish oil defiently made my skin worse when i was taking it. We know of its great health benefits so it would be awesome if the Cololstrum helped so that we could take it with no negative effects. Also i found it interesting Denise2 mentioned her son gained muscle, most importantly to the arms as mine are stupidly skinny :( haha. I would love if it could help me with that, im starting to get tempted to give it a try :D OMIGOSH! You can't be skinnier or scrawn
  6. thats positive news then because when i came off anti biotics and started taking a super strong pro biotic (cost be £23.99) for a month, i experienced a lot of die off symptoms interesting that your son put on 12lbs of weight muscle (sure its because he is no longer on the candida diet though?) and now he can eat more... they sell this colostrum on a website i buy supplements from for bodybuilding. so you may be right! He ate a lot before, but he just ate different things. We used Go
  7. You know, you might have a point there. I think fish oil is probably one of the most important supplements on the planet. If I had to pick just a few supplements to take, I'd pick fish oil and colostrum. People who take fish oil reduce their heart attack rate by 45%. That's astonishing. Anywho.....my son did take fish oil before but I didn't see where it did a lot. However, now, I have him on it because of it's anti-inflammatory activity and ability to stop allergic reactions before the
  8. I'm glad to hear all of the good reports, everyone. Just remember that there are all kinds of reasons you could be breaking out, and colostrum will deal with most of those. Remember that die-off causes breakouts and other symptoms. Just give yourself time. I think it will help most of you.
  9. My son had terrible acne on his back and it has left some pretty bad scars. I actually assumed that he had no breakouts on his back but I did notice he had one cyst on his right shoulder last week, but nothing else. So all in all, that's pretty great. In the past 3 months or so, he has had 2 small whiteheads (on his face), and I think that was because he was put on a new topical vitamin c to help fade his read marks quicker, and the base is an oil. But other than that....nothing but those 2
  10. You know, you might have a point there. I think fish oil is probably one of the most important supplements on the planet. If I had to pick just a few supplements to take, I'd pick fish oil and colostrum. People who take fish oil reduce their heart attack rate by 45%. That's astonishing. Anywho.....my son did take fish oil before but I didn't see where it did a lot. However, now, I have him on it because of it's anti-inflammatory activity and ability to stop allergic reactions before the
  11. http://candidadieoffsymptoms.com/colostrum...e-parasites.php Here is someone share her latest adventure with Colostrum.
  12. Boo! Are you "intellectually harmed", gMaria? The main reason I didn't get into a gazillion details regarding gut dysbiosis is because, as I already stated, because there are thousands if not hundreds of thousands of posts about this issue. Many of them are pinned right above where this thread is. If you are on a board that deals with the internal machinations about acne breakouts and that is the PURPOSE of the board, then it should be very clear that the topic of gut dysbiosis is covered
  13. Take a deep breath. We are all adults. No one "attacked" you. Attacking you would be calling you names for a simple disagreement. Your cursing and throwing a hissy fit again...doesn't prove anything. I believe that all acne is caused by some kind of gut dysbiosis, which encompasses all aspects of digestion and food processing Your continuing to insist that my assertion "harms" anyone shows that you are simply getting angry for nothing. You can't prove that my saying that "harms" anyon
  14. No. I'm not trying to debate anything. I clearly stated that leaky gut or gut dysbiosis could definitely be a cause for acne. I never said it wasn't linked...never. What I AM asking for is proof of Denise2's statement that ALL cases of acne are indefinitely caused by gut dysbiosis. I think it's harmful to put out information as being factual when you have no proof of it. It could be totally true for all I know - but I want to KNOW for certain. That's all. I simply want some evidence to this cl
  15. Yep, I agree. I just took some a few hours ago and this batch I'm taking seems particularly prone to NOT dissolving well. A lot of people say it tastes exactly like powdered milk, but I had never had that before, so I cannot comment on that. But I do know that another brand I took tasted fantastic...like I said, the other brand tasted like buttah...really rich and smooth. But Symbiotics de-fats their colostrum and it is what it is. However, I gulp it down in one fell swoop. Then, I wa
  16. I think you're right. I heard a family physician who has gotten into natural theories explain it this way. Sometimes we have 20 different symptoms but the root cause could be candida or gut dysbiosis. We get overwhelmed by all of these symptoms and if you put all of your trust in the average family physician, or in my case, the dermatologist, they just weren't taught about these matters, even though the science has been pretty much settled about it. For example.....I have been into natura
  17. Yeah....go on a 14 day fast and see if you get any breakouts after the first few days. Betcha won't. :idea:
  18. Hey...when you have a bad acne problem, it consumes your life. :ninja: :wall: I started breaking out at age 11 and continued to break out in my 30s horrifically and started scarring. My son has scars (not just read marks). Acne can be your worst nightmare. My son is very handsome; BEAUTIFUL red hair, full lips, deep-set eyes....but his cysts were literally covering his face, and were starting to cover his back and shoulders. I think it's my DUTY to help my son in any way possib
  19. I said in my very first post that it does many things. But for my son, it seems to have healed his leaky gut just like it does with people with IBS, Chronic Fatigue, Coloitis, etc...... I know that's what it did because he didn't have a candida problem. There was no candida to kill. I'm here just trying to help people. I have provided a lot of information, links, etc....people don't have to take anything they don't want to. People can be skeptical if they want to. People can go on Acc
  20. You guys have a lot of questions. I'll try to answer them in a concise format. 1. I would take 3-4 times the recommended doseage of colostrum. My son took the recommended doseage of other colostrums but didn't have a great result. 2. I recommend Symbiotics brand because as I said before....they coat it to ensure it goes into the small intestine and it seemed to work better than the other two brands we tried. Of course you can try any brand you want, but I would increase the doseage. 3. Ho
  21. Yep...really weird. I'm so glad I wouldn't give up on my son! I knew it was some missing puzzle piece and he read all of the Accutane horror stories and refused to get on it so he kind of pushed me into digging deeper and doing more research. I can't take much credit, though. I think I just stumbled on it. I've heard of colostrum for many years as a supplement, I just never considered taking it. Now, it's my number one supplement. And that has nothing to do with acne....it burns fat,
  22. I think if you can google "colostrum" you'll find many suppliers of colostrum. There are many, many, reputable colostrum companies, particularly in New Zealand, and I'm sure they do overseas shipping. I am simply recommending Symbiotics because it's pretty darn cheap for what you get and seemingly works better than anything else we tried. That's not to say other brands won't work as well. However, you may pay a lot more for it. My entire family can take it for 6 months....that's less than
  23. Doesn't seem to be a problem as far as I can tell. I've read several online testimonials regarding how colostrum helped someone's acne, so I don't think you need to worry about that. So if you are avoiding dairy is this a good thing to take still? From everything that I have read, if the product is 100% pure colostrum, you should do fine. I know my son reacted horribly to dairy and has had no problems with it. He has all the dairy he wants now with no problems. It would probably
  24. Doesn't seem to be a problem as far as I can tell. I've read several online testimonials regarding how colostrum helped someone's acne, so I don't think you need to worry about that.
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