How To CURE Your Yeast Infection In ONE DAY
Hi there, Eric Bakker, naturopath. I'm going to do a tutorial today on how to cureCandida in 24 hours. How you can get rid of your yeast infection completely in one dayand be fully cured and healed and never get it back again, zero. What do you think aboutthat? Well, I just spent a good hour on YouTubehaving a look at a whole array of different YouTube tutorials by experts in Candida. Andone particular person claims you can cure Candida 100 percent in one week; every caseof Candida can be cured by following a 100 percent vegan diet. All you've got to do iseat lots and lots of fruit, nothing but fruit;
you avoid all animal proteins completely,no meat at all, no eggs, no fish, no chicken, no beef, absolutely no animal food. Just eatnothing but fruit and within one week, it's fully cured because all animal foods containfats, which line your arteries and keep sugar in your blood, which allows Candida to feedoff. What a load of crap! I just can't really buy a lot of this stuff that people come upwith. I'm telling you folks, there's so much bologna on line. There's another man I saw on a YouTube clip.He said, You can drink alcohol with a yeast infection. There's nothing wrong with Vodkaor Gin. Neutral spirits are fine. Just avoid
other things like Whiskey and Bourbon andbeer, but Vodka and Gin are fine to drink with a yeast infection. Now, if you're going to watch these sortsof clips and believe them, you're going to be a real fool and a sucker for punishment.Some of these tutorials have had 20,000 or 30,000 views in 30 days, which shows me that a lotof people maybe are falling for this sort of crap. I really hope you don't fall forthis absolute nonsense. Think about it logically, eating lots of fruit, 15 pieces of fruit aday, loaded with sucrose and fructose. What are you doing to your gut?
Now, this particular person's about 20 yearsold and quite a fanatical vegan no doubt like a lot of vegans are. But I'd like to see thisparticular person when she's 50 like me to see what she looks like; if she's still bubblyand bright and bouncing around and all happy. She could be a big ball of lard at that stage;we don't really know what she's going to look like. I'm not here to criticize her, but I'm goingto tell you that these sorts of approaches are absolute garbage. You know they may workfor 6 months or 12 months. They may work for her, but if you're going to try this approachwith a seriously bad yeast infection and just
eat fruit all day, how do you think you'regoing to feel? Within a couple of years, you're going to be B12 deficient, you're going tobe Iron deficient, you're going to get fatigued and tired, you'll have recurring infections,you'll have blood sugar problems, and you're going to feel pretty sick. I want you to takemy advice and don't follow these sorts of ridiculous radical approaches. My approach makes a lot more sense and isbased on the work done by a naturopath and medical many years ago. Trowbridge; Trowbridge's MEVI approach makes common sense to me. Eggs, vegetables, meats, yogurt,cultured fermented foods, nuts and seeds,
a wide range of different foods obviouslytailored to suit a specific person. Now I'm not here to argue the merits of veganism orvegetarianism versus eating meat in the diet, but I've been through a strict stage in mylife where I've avoided all that or more, proteins, completely for a while and I feltgreat. But then after a while, I didn't feel great until I incorporated protein back intomy diet from an animal source. I'll do some YouTube clips outlining the importanceof animal proteins in your diet, which I believe are very important. But it's up to you todecide what way you're going to get your protein sources from. You may want to get them fromvegetable sources or legume sources or nuts
12 Best Tips For Improving Digestive And Bowel Function
I'm going to do an article now. This is basedon material from my book, Candida Crusher. I think you're going to find this quite auseful article. It's going to be a comprehensive article, and it's basically on the 12 besttips on how to improve digestive and bowel function. There are many different ways youcan improve how your gut works, but these are probably 12 of the best ways. Again, I'mgoing to read a little bit from my book, and I'm going to give you a few illustrationsand examples along the way. My book contains many of these different hints and tips.The first one. Add fermented and cultured
foods to your diet. I just wrote in my bookabout fermented and cultured foods, but now I'm elaborating a little bit more on it. Itmakes sense to incorporate these foods into your diet for many different reasons. I'vebeen recommending people eat these sort of foods for over 20 years, long before bookscame out on body ecology and different styles of diet, whether it's tempeh or kim chee.I was recommending people eat sauerkraut not long after I started practicing more than25 years ago. I've made sauerkraut up for a long, long time, over half my life. It'sa fantastic food to eat. I've eaten yogurt. Sour yogurt. Even when yogurt wasn't in fashion.I started to eat yogurt when I was quite young.
Yogurt was once very hard to find in supermarketsand was considered like a foreign food. I can remember one of my teachers, quite awellknown naturopath in Australia, who taught me naturopathy a long time ago mentioned thatwhen she first started to look for yogurt in the 1950s in the supermarket, she was toldthey don't sell that foreign muck here. They considered these foods quite strange and unusual.They were considered European foods, and they weren't really available in the US that muchin the 1950s. They were very hard to get. The same with sauerkraut. The only peoplewho ate sauerkraut were really people from Germany or Switzerland who moved over to othercountries, particularly post war and brought
these foods with them. These kinds of foodsinclude yogurt, kefir, Kombucha, tempeh and fermented coconut water, miso, soy, kumis,and there are many other kinds of cultured foods as well.Besides containing beneficial bacteria like lactobacillus and bifida bacteria, fermentedand cultured foods provide your body with lactic acid, and this is what basically feedsthe bacteria is the lactic acid rich environment that you're providing the body. A good wayto begin to incorporate these foods into your diet is small amounts. This is a key thing.If you haven't really been taking cultured or fermented foods, don't just go crazy onit. In my book, you'll hear me say over and
again, always make change slowly but surely.Don't go nuts with any kind of change you make. Whether it's exercise or a diet change.You're only going to pay the price and feel terrible for it. Start maybe with two or threetablespoons of yogurt per day if you're not accustomed to eating yogurt. Start with asmall amount of kefir. Don't start with huge amounts straight away. You're going to getsick. It's just really going to affect your gut too much.Be very careful with yogurt, in particular, because many brands are laden with artificialsugars. I've seen lots of yogurt containing aspartame and even cane sugar. That's notwhat you want to do. You don't want to eat
fruit and sugar with your yogurt with Candida.Just have a sour acidophilus yogurt to start with in a small amount. Many people can tolerateyogurt, even people with dairy problems. If you've got a lactose intolerance and you getbad diarrhea, you want to avoid yogurt, but not a lot of people have got lactose intolerance.It's not as common as you think. The people who tend to have a big problem with cow'smilk, can often tolerate small amounts of yogurt, but then make sure it's a good yogurt.Always read the labels and if in doubt, avoid buying yogurt from your supermarket and purchasefrom organic whole food suppliers. These kind of folks are less motivated to make purelya profit and many of them are focused on providing