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Acne. Candida. 34 yr old.

Updated: 3 days ago

Having acne since 11 yr old, fibroid since 2011, hypothyroidism in 2014, left knee ligament reconstruction in 2015, this client fell sick once a month. She had chronic fatigue syndrome, candida in the gut, a lot of white virginal discharge and virginal yeast infection since young.

She had been taking probiotics and evening primrose oil.


When we traced back, she was given much antibiotics since young whenever she had hives or fell sick. She always felt cold, wrists, calves, body aches during midnight (2-3 times a wk). When stressed, menses come within two weeks and lasted for eight days.


She avoided carbs (starch and rice) for two years, acne improved a little but still a lot under her jawline. When we checked her diet, it consisted of bread, pretzels and spicy food.


Spicy food was not good for acne and wheat gluten should be avoided. Her body was simply too acidic.


She was put on #2OneResetDetoxProgram in end Nov 2019. After 4 days, her body aches were gone. She could sleep better, skin improved by 30%. But we have to manage expectations because she had all those problems since young, we will need more time (months) to detox in order for her to be totally well.


Her diet is a major part.


Along the way, she discovered that sweet potato, rice, porridge papaya, oat caused bloating in her. Spicy food would immediately triggered more acne.


Three months after she started her detox program with Body Inc, she informed that her chronic fatigue syndrome was totally gone. She used to feel tired by 11am. Yeast infection was gone too. Acne improved by 60%. She said, somehow, one day one bowl of rice was ok but two bowls triggered bloating and more white discharge. I reckoned her digestive system still needed more time to improve on digesting starch.


The key is to help her continue nourishing the body to build strong stomach lining.


Meanwhile, she had to stay away from anything that caused bloating and acidic load.


Jacelyn Tay 13/03/2020


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