How To Minimise Aggravations With Candida Treatment And Recovery
Thanks for tuning into my tutorial again. Andthank you also for looking at my Candida Crusher YouTube channel. I'm very pleased with allthe amazing comments I've been receiving on my channel, and it's for people like you outthere that I make these tutorials. If I can help people out and give them some relief, showthem some shortcuts to recovery from a yeast infection, that's the whole aim of this channel.I'm going to read a little bit out of my book, Candida Crusher, about aggravations and howto minimize them. This might give you a little bit of an insight that you don't have to feelbad with treatment. There are many different types of aggravationspeople experience who come to seek the help
of a health care professional. Some peoplecome in with one or several pharmaceutical druginduced side effects such as after anantibiotic. Others experience a reaction when they stop taking a drug or switch brands ofdrugs. Many people can potentially develop aggravations at the beginning of natural therapytreatment, and this can be quite discouraging for some people. Those who are used to conventionalmedicine find the concept of feeling worse before you feel better a bit disturbing andsome find it even a bit crazy. Particularly those who strongly adhere to the tenets ofmodern medicine. Modern medicine believes that a diagnosis must first come before thetreatment, and the treatment is usually in
the form of a drug. It supposedly cures thecomplaint by way of eradicating the symptom. Aggravations can come about from several differentreasons and here are six examples of common reactions that I see regularly occurring withpatients. 1. The drug side effects that we call iatrogenicdisease. Every day in my , I see patients coming in with druginduced side effects.I had a lady today taking the oral contraceptive pill with headaches. A drug side effect. Iget patients in with constipation or diarrhea from taking painkilling medications. I getpatients who take sleeping pills that get all sorts of drowsiness during the day. Iget patients taking antihistamines that get
Vitamin B12 deficiencies. The list goes onand on. We get patients taking drugs to reduce cholesterol with CoQ10 deficiencies. The listgoes on and on and on. Every drug has a side effect. Side effects can be horrific for patientsand we call druginduced disease iatrogenic disease.2. Coming off any medications or detoxifying from pharmaceutical drugs. Many people startnatural treatment and stop drugs. This can make them very sick if they stop too quickly.Coming off a drug or dropping a drug in favor of a natural treatment can create strong symptoms,and these can be seen as a reaction to treatment. When, in fact, they're detoxifying reactions.3. A change in diet after commencing treatment.
Many people start treatment and go on thesecrazy diets, these weird ass diets. They'll start drinking lots and lots of fruit juiceor vegetable juice. They'll ditch all the carbohydrates. They'll ditch gluten. They'llditch dairy. They'll ditch this. They'll start making major radical changes to their diet.They'll stop all alcohol, all coffee. They'll go on this health kick, and they feel terrible.And then they wonder whether it's all worth it. And the will say, quot;Well, what doyou expect? You went over to the witch s instead of me. Of course, you're feeling bad.quot;Don't make change quickly. Change needs to happen slowly. It needs to become a permanenthabit for you. They say it takes two or three
weeks for a habit to become a permanent thing,so go very slowly with the changes you make. Don't do anything quick.4. Combining several different treatments, drugs and dietary supplements all at the sametime. This is madness. You can't do that. You need to follow one treatment at a time.Don't follow two or three treatments at the same time. You can combine pharmaceuticalswith natural medicines, but you need to see someone who is very expert at understandingthis concept and who knows what's going to clash, what the side effects from things couldbe, what a detox reaction is going to be. Some medicines just don't work well with somenatural medicines, so you need to be careful
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.