Having trouble following this reasoning...
By the way, Elaine, Lipitor is a statin drug, and statin drugs were used as antifungal drugs before they became "cholesterol" drugs. That's why they work to get your cholesterol down. They are antifungal. Fungi make tryglycerides, and in turn, sterols...the last 6 letters of cholesterol. If you are wondering if you may have a fungal problem, there seem to be a lot of indicators, looking at your health profile."
You say Lipitor used as an antifungal drug - so wouldn't that be getting rid of my fungus if I have any? Sorry I just don't understand. Don't try to explain. I am too stubborn to try anything extreme that might help anyway as long as the UC does not take over my life. Right now not ready to give up my sugar or white bread, etc.