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Candida Case Study 2 Susan Chronic Headaches and Sinusitis

Thanks for checking out my case history numbertwo. We're going to talk about a patient called Susan, a 'yearold patient. Susan is nother real name of course. It's a real case, but the name was changed to protect the patient'sidentity. This is an Australian patient I saw not that long ago. I'm just going to readout of my book. Susan is an Australian lady who visited ourpractice several years ago complaining of a number of chronic health problems and hadbeen plagued with for over 20 years. Many of Susan's health issues are typical of someof the al complaints that people have when they endure chronic and generalized yeastinfections. This lady suffered from sinus

and hay fever all her life and was takingmany different pharmaceutical drugs for her allergies, but has kept changing them becausethey are very temporary relief. Usually, antihistamines and drugs like that, antibiotics or antidrugs. She had learned to live with a stuffy or perpetualblocked nostril, postnasal drip, sneezing, itching upper pallet, sore throats and darkcircles under the eyes. She also suffered from the worst headaches imaginable sinceshe was 16, at times like a nail piercing her skull as she described them. These headacheswere typically worse four days before her period.Susan went to a about five years ago

complaining of the headaches from hell, andhe referred her to a neurologist who concluded after an ECG, brain scan, that all was welland the headaches were caused by stress and tension and to take analgesics. Several hundreddollars later and none the wiser, the patient was given hundreds of tablets of acetaminophenand various other drugs like ibuprofen to take and basically just left on these drugs.When Susan was in her late 20s, she started to become more aware of the fluid retentionshe was suffering from, including huge weight gain since her teens, over 150 pound weightgain. After eating a carbohydrate rich meal, she would bloat, retain a lot of fluid, andgain a lot of weight. As much as eight pounds

of fluid could be gained within a matter ofa few days. Her told her it's become of salt, so she excluded all salt from thediet only to find it made no difference at all. What she did notice, however, was thather fluid retention was a lot worse before her menstrual cycle and also it coincidedwith a lot of depression, which is probably an estrogen dominance that we commonly see.This lady was placed on the Candida Crusher program. It had significant improvement withthis patient. She was eating all the wrong kind of foods. She was living in a very stressfulrelationship. She had a terrible job that she didn't like. Typical case, again, wherewe see an unhappy person, the wrong kind of

foods, poor lifestyle habits, loads of pharmaceuticaldrugs, all the tests and scans come back completely normal, so therefore the patient must be crazy.They basically get bounced from one to a naturopath to a chiropractor, all overthe place, and that's often when I end up seeing these sorts of people.Many women I see with Candida have got terrible headaches, sinus problems, ear, nose or throatcongestion, often one nostril will be blocked, they could have facial pain, many of thesethings are compounded by severe intestinal Candida, and lots of these patients also havevaginal thrush. When they go to the , they basically get put on a multitude of differentpharmaceutical medications. And, of course,

their lifestyle isn't changed. Their dietisn't changed. Their symptoms continue on and as they age, their health breaks downfurther and further. What can we learn from Susan's case?What we can learn here is obviously big changes need to be made. And I implement those changesslowly over a period usually of two to three months, so the longer a patient has been unwell,the slower I make the changes. I prefer to have people make positive changes over a prolongedperiod of time if they're going to be adopted as permanent lifestyle habits. That's howyou not only get well, but maintain wellness, is by making those changes long term, permanent.This is why most diets are a crock and why

Caprylic Acid for Candida Is Caprylic Acid Good For Candida

Greetings. New Zealand naturopath, Eric Bakker,and I'm the author of the book called Candida Crusher and the formulator of the Canxidarange of dietary supplements. I've got an email from a gentleman called Gregory andGregory lives in Kent in England in the UK. And Gregory wants to know if Caprylic acidis good for treating Candida, if it's effective for Candida.Gregory, it's highly effective. Caprylic acid is a very good monounsaturated fatty acid. It's a reallyfantastic approach for Candida. There are different kinds of fatty acids similar tothis. There is lauric acid, Caprylic acid, Capric acid, undecenoic acid, so these acidshave got a very good antifungal approach by

interfering with the cell wall of Candida.Particularly effective to use if the Candida is not seriously bad.Some people have got cell wall types of Candida and also the hyphal types because Candidacan transfer from one form to another. It can change. And I've mentioned in a previoustutorial by using biotin or B7, that you can actually prevent this change from the cellto the fungal form to the hyphal form. Caprylic acid doesn't work so well on the hyphal orthe fine filamentous form of Candida. It works more on the cellular form.If you've got mild to moderate Candida, it's going to work exceptionally well. It's alsogood to combine Caprylic acid with undecenoic

acid. Having both of these acids togetherin one supplement is going to give you a better kill on a wider range of Candida strains.Sometimes one form won't work, but the other form will work. And then combining with biotinis an even more clever approach because it's going to stop the change from one form ofCandida to the other. Check out my product called Canxida Remove. It contains all ofthese and way more than that. Caprylic acid is very effective and it's found primarilyin coconut. By consuming coconut oil, coconut cream, coconut water, you'll be getting Caprylicacid into your diet. University studies in Japan have showed itto be highly effective against various Candida

strains. So do I recommend Caprylic acid?I do. You can take it during any part of the Candida Crusher diet. You can take it at thebeginning. You can take it during. You can take it after. So it's quite safe and effective.Just be sure if you're going to take it as dietary supplement that you don't just takeit on its own. Try also to consume a dietary supplement that contains things like grapefruitseed extract, standardized garlic, neem, clove, and oregano, all of these things combined.Because then you've got a much more broadspectrum effect that's not just going to target Candidalike Caprylic acid does, because Caprylic acid does nothing for bacteria that are bad.The broadspectrum effect is going to ensure

you're going to clean up the whole gut ingeneral. That's a smart approach. And again, that's why I've created CanxidaRemove for this cleansing broadspectrum effect to work on SIBO, Candida, IBS, IBD, a lotof these functional bowel disorders. They need a more broadspectrum product. If youjust had Candida on its own, Caprylic acid would work, but it might not necessarily workfor the dysbiotic bacteria that you've got. In my opinion, most people with Candida havegot dysbiotic bacteria as well, so they really need that shotgun approach rather than therifle approach. Gregory, I hope that answers your questionabout Caprylic acid. Is it good? Yes, it is

good, but use it in conjunction with otherantifungalantibacterial agents. And also don't forget to subscribe to my channel. Ilike making these tutorials and I really like to see some subscribers come up on the channel.I've got about 550 tutorials, but I aim eventually to have 1,000 tutorials on this channel. Themore the merrier. Subscribe and then you'll get to hear all of my latest tutorials comingout all the time, which are going to happen on a wide range of topics. Thanks for tuningin.

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