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
How Is Candida Diagnosed
Thanks for checking out my tutorial today. Howis Candida diagnosed? How do we know we have it? How do we know we're not just imaginingwe've got this disease? I think the best way to diagnose chronic Candida,particularly, is the stool test. I think it's the ultimate way. There are different waysyou can test for Candida in the body. You can do blood testing, for example, for particularantigens, Candida antigens in the body. You can do what we call organic acids urine testto look at the metabolites, the products broken down in the body that tell you if Candidahas been there. There are different ways we can test, but I think the ultimate test isthe comprehensive digestive stool analysis
test. Three samples. Three concurrent days.I work with a couple of labs. If you go to EricBakker , you can find out more abouttesting there. I work with a couple of labs in America. My favorite lab is 's Datain Chicago. I'll tell you why I like the stool test. It'sbecause it just doesn't tell me if the patient's got Candida or not. It tells me a lot of information.They do a really good microbiology panel to show me the level of beneficial bacteria,what we call the commensals and the bad bacteria. So the beneficial bacteria should generallyin a healthy patient be a three or a four plus behind the beneficial. Many people, infact, have a zero like NG, no growth, or one
plus.The commensals are bacteria that can turn good or bad. Healthy people have got no commensalsor very low levels. People with severe Candida can have 9 or 10 different strains of commensalbacteria, and the pathogenic ones are the nasty ones. These are the terrorists of thegut. I call the commensals the politicians of the gut. They can change. Go good or baddepending on what's happening around them at the time, so you've got the good guys,the politicians, and the ISIS militants or the terrorists. These guys are downright nasty,so you don't want to have those in the gut at all.So this is a culture, so they actually try
and grow these bugs in the stool. They doa microscopy as well, so they actually microscopically so they look at the stool to see if they cansee any white spicules or Candida there. They also try and culture the stool for yeast,and I've seen anything up to 5 or 10, even 15 strains of Candida grown in stool samples.Just imagine if you've got low beneficials and you've got Candida albicans cultured inall three stool samples, it's quite bad. That's a serious yeast infection.When you pass out a stool sample, you should not be able to pass out any viable live yeast.If you can culture Candida from a stool sample, it means you've got active growing Candidain the stool itself, which is a pretty serious
yeast infection.The other thing I like about the stool testing is the fact that we can look at the immunologyof the bowel. We can look at what we call the circulatory IgA, which is an immunoglobulinA, which is one of the most abundant immunoglobulins or antibodies found in your whole body. Thebody makes a couple of grams of it, one to two grams of it per day. You'll find it inthe stool in set levels, so if we find the levels very high or very low, it will giveus an idea that you've got serious immune activity happening in the digestive system.The body is trying to bind to things and take it out. If it's very up regulated or downregulated in conjunction with these bacteria,
it gives me a lot of useful information aboutyou, what's going on in your life. We can even do a cancer marker in the stool,so we can see how high your risk is for bowel cancer, if you've got a risk there at all.There are many other things we can look at. They also look at a fat stain, for example,and they check for fibers and meat fibers and things, so they can see how well yourdigestive system is working, to see if the enzymes are breaking things down properly.It's very important for good health to have very good digestive function, to break downfood properly to the smallest substrates that allow the beneficial bacteria feed on thosethings and thrive. We need to feed them up.
How Do You Diagnose Yeast Infections
Hi there, Eric Bakker, author of Candida Crusher.Thanks for tuning into this tutorial today. Today, I'd like to talk to you a bit aboutdiagnosing yeast infections. On how to diagnose yeast infections, the importance of diagnosingyeast infection. You may be a person who has a particular interestin trying to understand if he or she has a yeast infection, and what are the best waysto go about diagnosing this yeast infection. Up until fairly recently, a lack of scientificevidence of very high quality, scientifically validated tests have certainly affected usfrom really trying to work out if a patient did have a yeast infection or not. There aremany different tests you can do. I've completed
over a thousand stool tests on patients overthe years, and don't tend to test as much as I used to test these days unless I've gotparticular cases or severe cases of long duration. I will often still do a stool test for thatreason. But in many cases, the signs and symptoms and the presenting pattern that the patientcomes into the with will often be enough for me to understand if they've got a significantyeast infection or not. For you, it may be very important at hometo work out quot;Do I have a yeast infection or don't I have one?quot; What are the best waysto go about that? If you look at Chapter 3 in my book, Candida Crusher, you'll find avery extensive list of signs and symptoms
of the common ones and the not so common ones.You'll also find sections on how to diagnose yeast infections in or how to recognize thispattern in children, men and women. And you're going to find some interesting stuff there;things that you may not have even thought about. Many practitioners tend to overlook many ofthe subtle signs of a Candida yeast infection. They only look for the very obvious patternslike skin itching or diarrhea or bowel problems. But many people tend to forego one of thesymptoms that we could easily pass off as something else. And one of those, in particular,is brain fog or what some people call quot;fibro
fogquot;, a fibromyalgia fog. Brain fog is somethingI see particularly common with a lot of chronic cases. Joint inflammation, painful muscles,visual disturbances, black spots before the eyes, popping sounds in the ears, the listgoes on and on, and you can read that in Chapter 3 of my book and yeastinfection will alsohave a relatively good list of signs and symptoms and other things to pick up for. I certainlyencourage you to have a look at that site, and particularly my book, for a lot more information. In tutorials up ahead, I'm going to go to intomuch more detail about conventional testing and diagnosing of yeast infections. Explaina bit more about that; explain about the two
different types of blood tests that swill do, a urine test, the stool test. I'll also talk about functional medicine testingor testing that I do, stool testing in particular, which I find very, very useful for pickinga whole raft of information up off the patient to really allow me to accurately pinpointtreatment. I think you're going to find stool testing quite beneficial. Please read the information that you findon my site, yeastinfection . And if that's not enough for you, there's plenty of informationon that site. You can always get my book, Candida Crusher. And please join our mailinglist if you've not already joined my mailing
list. This tutorial will be part of an extensiveCandida Crusher educational course which I'm offering online for free for people if youdon't wish to purchase my book just yet or maybe later but want a lot of good free information.This will be one tutorial in a series of many tutorials for such people to learn. We're talking about diagnosing yeast infectionstoday, but as I said, there'll be tutorials coming up on stool testing and conventional testingas part of this series. I hope you found this information useful todayand thank you for joining me. Thank you.