Why Comprehensive Stool Testing Is The BEST Candida test
Greetings. It's New Zealand naturopath, EricBakker. I'm the author of a book called Candida Crusher and also the formulator of a rangeof supplements called Canxida. Thanks for tuning into my tutorial. I'm going to do a fewmore tutorials in relation to comprehensive stool testing in response to a YouTube subscribercalled prochessplayer. I think prochessplayer's name is Josh. Josh, let's just start off reallyexplaining why I like stool testing and the advantage of stool testing and why I believeit's definitely the gold standard to determine not just yeast infections, but a whole lotof different problems that potentially can affect the digestive system.I'm going to read a little bit of information
out of my book. CDSA Test Times Three. That'sthree samples. The identification of abnormal levels of yeast species, bacteria and parasitesin the stool is a very important diagnostic step in therapeutic planning for patientsin my with chronic intestinal and other symptoms that may be linked with a Candidayeast infection. The CDSA test provides me, the ian,with a wide array of the most useful al information to help me plan the most appropriatetreatment protocol that is quite specific to the individual patient. Note how I saidâ€œquite specificâ€� because every stool test result will yield slightly different findings.The findings are very important because they
can pertain very much to that client and whythat person has got a problem that's chronic, that's unresolved, for example.While this test is not for everybody because it's expensive, it will cost a few hundreddollars, it can help solve the most difficult cases and provide me with all the answersI'm looking for. The CDSA Times Three with parasitology is the most comprehensive andcommonly ordered functional stool test, assessing the widest range of intestinal conditions.This test will provide information on your ability to digest, metabolize and absorb nutrients,as well as report on all bacteria whether they're beneficial, commensal or pathogenic.Whether they're good bacteria, bacteria that
perhaps can be good or bad, I call them thepoliticians of the gut, depends on the majority you have, or they can be very bad. So we actuallysee if the digestion is moving from good to bad or is very bad or is predominantly goodjust by the bacteria culture panel. It will also show many different species ofyeast, so not just Candida albicans, but there are around 19 species of Candida that cancommonly affect the digestive system. The common ones I see would be Candida albicansand parapsilosis. There is also Candida tropicalis. There are many other different types of Candida,but we haven't really got time in this tutorial to talk about the specific species of yeast.I'll do that on another tutorial. We can also
see all kinds of intestinal parasites, whetheryou've got worms, eggs, larvae or protozoa. That's why it's good to have three stool samplesbecause what you miss on the roundabout, you pick up on the swings. It's a bit like thefun park. You might not have fun on one thing, but you'll have fun on something else. Youwon't be missing out. It's important to analyze both the intestinaldigestion and absorption functions, as well as the levels of yeast, bacteria and parasitesbecause symptoms of maldigestion or malabsorption often mimic those of chronic bacteria, yeastor parasitic infections. Additionally, chronic bacteria, yeast or parasitic infections mayhave an adverse effect on the body's metabolic
and absorption processes, which can all beassessed using this most comprehensive test. As you're probably aware by now, an overgrowthof yeast can virtually affect every organ system leading to a whole different arrayof al manifestations. Why is this test so good? Why is my personalchoice the CDSA test? If you're going to just take a blood test and look at antibodies,that's all you're going to see is antibodies. Whether they are antibodies that are presentlyaffecting the body or past antibodies. If you're going to do other kinds of test likesaliva tests, that's going to give you a little bit of information, which is not necessarilyyeast infection. It could be on bad bacteria
Would You Like To Ask Me A Question
Thank you so much for tuning into my tutorial.I'm going to talk a little bit about asking me questions either through email or throughYouTube or social media or various other channels. I've built up a YouTube channel now with around400 YouTube tutorials. I've got quite an extensive website, yeastinfection . I've got EricBakker .You'll see me active on Twitter and Facebook and LinkedIn and various other means likeGoogle+ for example. I get emails all the time as you can imagine.I've become a world authority on yeast infections according to you people out there. Not me.I've been treating Candida patients now for 27 years, so many people see me as some kindof guru or whatever that means. I do enjoy
treating patients and I'll continue to treatpatients for some time. However, what I would like to bring to people'sattention is the nature of emails I receive. I've got a page here from a lady in America.This is three pages with 50 or 60 different questions on here. Please Bakker, canyou answer these questions, etc. I get 50 to 100 emails a week like this. I get waytoo many than I can personally respond to. And as you can understand, the patients whobook into see me, get the lion's share of my attention. Not because they pay. I meanI would love to treat people for free, but obviously, I can't do that. The people whopay me for consultation, they get my attention.
I do try to respond to many emails, but emailslike this, I just can't respond to. It's going to take me probably an hour, an hour and ahalf to respond to this email. If this lady wants all these questions answered, she'sbetter off booking me in for an hour to see me on Skype or she can come to my ifshe's in New Zealand. Patients from all over New Zealand travel to see me. I've got patientsfrom Australia who come over to see me. I've even had patients from Tahiti and PacificIslands come to see me, so I'm always open to people coming to see me.If that's not an option, you can book in through my online booking system. If you go to yeastinfection or EricBakker and click on the consultation
link there. On yeastinfection you'll findthe quot;book nowquot; button on the home page. So if you go to the home page, you scroll downa little bit, you'll see quot;book nowquot; and that will show you my available times. It willconvert immediately according to your time zone and show you when I'm available, so that'salways an option for you, too. I'm very reasonably priced. I've had manyconsultations with people who are amazed at what I do charge. I could charge four or fivetimes what I do, but I don't think it's the right thing to do. I still charge a reasonableamount of money based on the work that I have completed in this field. I know people outthere practicing that charge considerably
more than I have that have only been in practicefor about a quarter of the time. That's up to them to charge what they want, but I'veset my fees. I feel them quite reasonable. If you have got a question for me and it'sa simple question, come to my YouTube channel and ask me a question. That's probably theeasiest way to get me because every morning I probably spend about a half an hour replyingto comments on YouTube. There are a lot of ridiculous comments I delete. I even kickpeople or ban people from the channel for some very ridiculous or nasty comments thatI've found. I moderate the channel. Ninetyfive percent of people are wonderful out there,but there's always five percent that are trolls.
I've had ridiculous comments on YouTube. Onelady told me I was sick and unhealthy. I shouldn't wear glasses. I'm obviously not eating enoughcarrots or drinking enough carrot juice. I've had all sorts of crazy comments. Those peopleare kicked from the channel straight away. I've got no time for losers.I'm only interested in helping people that are serious that really want to get well,and I'm there for you out there. If you've got a question, I'm always willing to answerthat question. If it's a question I can answer on YouTube, all the better, I'll do that onYouTube. And then it's going to benefit a lot of people who've probably got the samequestion, but don't want to ask that question.