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WHAT DOES SUGAR HAVE TO DO WITH ALLERGIES?
People with allergies are often prohibited from eating sugar by allergists. But patients continue to eat sugar.
Why? Because the importance of sugar in the development of allergic diseases is not explained by doctors to patients. That's how we humans can repeat the same mistake over and over again if we don't understand the essence.
So? Why should people with allergies reduce or eliminate sugar?
If we eat a lot of sugar, the amount of Candida fungi in our intestines increases. That is, they grow throughout the intestines. Candida fungi have a mycelium (false legs) that grow inside the intestinal wall.
The more Candida fungi are in the intestines, the more they grow into the intestines, as a result of which the integrity of the intestinal walls is damaged ("leaky" intestine).
As the integrity of the intestinal wall deteriorates, the amount of absorbed proteins from the intestines into the blood increases before they are completely digested (degraded into amino acids).
If proteins are absorbed into the blood without complete decomposition, it is considered as a foreign substance for our immune system and declares a fight against it. As a result, allergies develop. Here's why people with allergies shouldn't eat sugar.
Good news for allergy sufferers! People with allergies usually do not get cancer. The reason is that their immune system is hyper-reactive, which means that when cancer cells appear, the immune system immediately kills them.