Either way, it seems that human environments are where parasites seems to thrive.
What my research showed is that if you have systemic Candida, you most likely also have a serious parasite problem.
The parasites have their own digestive system infected with Candida as well. And Candida continually release their metabolic wastes (like gliotoxin and acetaldehyde to name a few) into your system on an ongoing basis.
Scientists call this “hyperparasitism” – when parasites carry other parasites – and it is a common phenomenon that creates even more stress on the body.
This means that even if you cleanse your Candida first, the parasites will keep on re-infecting you again and again because parasites harbor Candida in their bodies.
So the correct approach to secure your self from reinfection is to eliminate the parasites first (or at least at the same time) as you start killing off from Candida.
Most people simply do not understand this part and will hence fight Candida infections for the rest of their lives in vain.
And to make it even more problematic, Candida and parasites most often hold heavy metals and viruses as well. This can make a healing crisis even more dramatic as the body tries to process and excrete it all through the kidneys and liver.
The road to health really is quite a journey and you have to support your organs of detoxification during a process like this.