If you watch any of our Success Story interviews
, most often than not you'll hear people speak about how their doctor didn't believe they had Candida, some doctors even laughed in these people's face!
This is unfortunately all too common because the mainstream medical system is greatly misinformed about the reality of Candida. How can such a widespread problem be so chronically misdiagnosed?
Sadly, the governing bodies put in place to protect us have hidden agendas rooted in financial greed. Our modern day medical system isn't in place to support the health of humanity, instead it is a system developed to maintain a sick medicated
population. After all, a sick customer is a returning customer.
Dr. Mercola publicly speaks to the complexity of this conundrum often, "The US does not have a health care system; we have a disease-management system that is dependent on expensive drugs and invasive surgeries. It’s a system rooted in an ideal of maximized profits, opposed to helping people maintain or regain their health."
Furthermore, Dr. John Huminston explains, "There is a lack of true progress in medical knowledge in general, making it more difficult for doctors to find relevant information on Candida. The large volume of published studies appearing every month in medical journals gives the impression that important medical discoveries are indeed occurring.
In actuality, however, most of those studies are statistical comparisons of the action of patented synthetic drugs, sponsored by hopeful drug manufacturers. The results of these studies are habitually unimpressive. Very little is published that is true scientific medical progress.
Further, major medical studies are published in journals which usually carry large advertisements from drug manufacturers for which the journal publishers have collected large sums of money. This puts the journal editors in a position where they are clearly no longer able to be objective in what they choose to publish (for example, just one study showing red yeast rice to be nearly as effective in lowering cholesterol as the much more expensive and side effect-laden statins would decimate the advertising income of a major medical journal)."