Cracking Joints !!! Please post your experience with it!
Hi! I am feeling very lazy today but i really want to post some info on cracking joints that many of us seem to suffer from. Please, if you have cracking joints, write down your story and lets compare notes.
I have joints that make cracking sounds and hurt. But it all goes away when i dont eat yeast, MSG(made with yeast), vinager(made with yeast), most b-vitamins(yeast), grains, smoked meats or fish(mold spores), fish that has been fed grains, and to some degree also milk for a week or so. If i eat it, my joints start cracking after just one hour. I have researched and it can be due to an overgrowth of an intestinal yeast called candida that is responsible for the "allergic" reaction to these foods, as their molecules share particles with candida.
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