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Can Fecal Transplant Cause Chronic Candida
Greetings. New Zealand naturopath, Eric Bakker.I'm the author of Candida Crusher and I'm also the formulator of a range of productscalled Canxida. Thanks for checking out my tutorial. A question here from a person calledTetrid Monafa in Kenya. I'm not sure if Tetrid is male or female, but I'll just use the wordTetrid. Tetrid is asking me if fecal transplants can cause chronic Candida. That's the question,quot;Can fecal transplant cause chronic Candida?quot; I'll tell you a little bit about fecal transplants.I had the good fortune a few years ago to be in Sydney at a function, I had dinner with Tom Borody, and in fact a few s that were there. And I remember speaking aboutfecal transplants and Tom's was the
one, in fact, that pioneered fecal transplants.Back in the mid1980s Tom worked with patients, I think it might have been with clostridiumdifficile with a particular infection and trialed this method, which has become highlysuccessful. The Center for Digestive Diseases is a world famous . The top people fromall around the world with many chronic digestive problems.They've got some incredibly passionate and talented s that work in this .One of the s I spoke with said to me that when they first did the fecal transplants,they put a lot of people through the program and they had a pilot project with about 10or 15 patients. The procedure worked very,
very well. But the said in nearly allcases, the patients would come back within 8 to 12 months with the same problem. Thetreatment was a success, but the longterm outcome failed because the patient didn'tstay with the right kind of protocol, lifestyle, and diet to maintain digestive wellness.That's not what the tutorial is about. The tutorial is can fecal transplants cause chronic Candida.It can't really cause chronic Candida. What it can do, though, is change the gut macrobioticenvironment significantly. It can make you feel pretty darn good. And if you keep workingon that wellness, you can really improve your health to a very high level.The problem I have with fecal transplants
is they don't really do anything for the smallintestine because you're putting fecal matter from a healthy person into a person who'sunwell. It's going to change the colonic environment, but it's pretty hard to get bugs past theileocecal valve or the oneway valve linking the small intestine with the large intestine.This is why it's very important for the patient to make the right kind of dietary choices.Because you're putting all the good nourishment in from the top, which is going to influenceeverything down below. If you eat properly, have fermented and culturedfoods, have the pre and probiotic foods that we've spoken about in tutorials, if you chewyour foods properly, if you take a good probiotic
for a period of time, particularly with someenzymes with it, if you every now and then take some antifungalantibacterial supplementand some foods, you'll keep that gut environment clean. And that, in turn, will mean that youwon't really get a chronic yeast infection to a very high degree, very high probabilityyou won't. But I don't really see any clear link betweenfecal transplants and chronic Candida. I see a clear link between incredible wellness.In fact, one of my patients from London, a woman in her 20s, had an incredible outcomewith fecal transplant. But it only lasted about three months unfortunately. And whenwe used probiotics on her long term, we got
a fantastic outcome.Don't forget to check out my probiotic enzyme called Canxida Restore. You can see that atCanxida . Nice product to accompany a protocol like a fecal transplant. Thanks for tuningin, and Tetrid, I hope that answers your question.
Candida Case Study 11 Jean WIth Serious Irritable Bowel Syndrome
This is another case history and this is quitea mindblowing case history. This is a 63yearold lady called Jean who I've seen. Jean is oneof these medical disasters. This is the Titanic of the lady's with irritable bowel syndrome.This was a disaster in the making and a disaster waiting to happen, and it's a terrible tragiccase. It should've been completely avoided. This woman is just another absolute, completebotch up of the medical profession. I'm not bagging all s because I've gota lot of medical s and specialist friends whom are fantastic people doing amazing jobs,but there are plenty of medical s out there that do terrible jobs. You always seegood and bad in all professions. I've seen
terrible naturopaths and good naturopaths.I've seen terrible chiropractors, so these case histories are not meant to be baggingsessions for medical practitioners. But this case here is one where everything went wrongfor this poor woman, and it basically ruined her life until we started to really set thingsright. I'm going to read a bit out of my book, as I usually do with some of these cases,and I'll do a narration along the way. Jean saw me a while ago now and came fromEngland to settle down in New Zealand. When this patient first came in, what struck mewas how thick her file of notes from London was. It was literally three inchesthick of notes. This patient had been suffering
with multiple digestive complaints for over40 years, including cramping, bloating, nausea, and continual diarrhea up to 10 bowel motionsper day. Her main problem was her increasing intolerance to foods, and Jean's diet hadbecome so incredibly restrictive that she could only eat a few foods, including chicken,fish, spinach and fresh green beans, and that was it. Most foods would set off terriblestomach pains she was experiencing, which caused her to eat less and less.Jean was one of those patients who ticked every condition box on my case taking form.She had headaches, insomnia, migraines, arthritis, anxiety, depression, urinary tract infections,and, in fact, Jean had everything. This patient
had been to over 25 s, several specialists,a bowel specialist, including herbalists, naturopaths, physiotherapists, osteopaths,and even more. The main concern was Jean's weight. It had dropped to less than 80 pounds,' kilos. And at 5 foot 6 inches in height, it's pretty bad. A woman that tall literallylooks like something that had come out of one of these concentration camps with herliberation. It was quite terrible to see a patient like that in my room because you couldsee the bones everywhere. And of course, what her bowel specialist in England said, he toldher that she needed to put on more weight, so he told her to eat more potato chips andmore chocolate to gain weight, which is why
he's a bowel specialist. More like an idiotas far as I'm concerned to tell someone with a bowel problem to eat lots of chocolate andcrisps. It's a stupid thing to do, isn't it? What tests were performed on Jean? Apart fromthe usual blood tests, this poor woman had over a dozen colonoscopies performed and eachtime all was normal. The last visit this patient had to the gastroenterologist, quot;Our findingsindicated that Mrs. X has no significant disease.quot; No other tests were ever performed. No stooltests. No allergy test, just bowel examinations and the odd endoscopy, so that's a cameradown the throat. A camera up the backside, a camera down the throat, they couldn't findanything.
What I do with cases like Jean. Whenever Isee these patients, I usually do a comprehensive digestive stool analysis times three. It'sthe best stool test you can do. And guess what we found? We found multiple issues ascan be expected. But in this particular case, we found a level three of Candida in all stoolsamples. This woman had three plus, which is a lot of yeast that could be cultured ineach stool sample. This is one of the worst bowel cases I've ever seen involving a yeastinfection. That was a significant finding for the patient, and the first time we hadanswers. The patient and her husband were absolutely delighted, but also equally annoyedthat it took 40 years to find the answers.