Candida Diet For Constipation

Candida Case Study 10 John Serious Bowel Problem

Thanks for checking out my tutorial. This isanother case history. I'm going to talk about a boy this time, a sixyearold boy, calledJohn. John had major bowel problems and mom brought him to me because he was feeling veryunwell. I'm going to read a little bit out of my book and then I'll explain a bit more.John is a pleasant young boy with a friendly smile. His mother brought him to me afterspending over a year trying to ascertain what was wrong with him. He was having recurringdigestive pains and constipation, as well as asthma. As a baby, John was breastfed forsix weeks before being placed on an infant formula containing cow's milk. John couldnot tolerate this formula too well, and then

he was placed on an infant soy formula thatwas less problematic. He developed colic around six months of age and received his first roundof antibiotics a few months later for an ear infection. By the time John was three yearsold, he had received over a dozen rounds of antibiotics for recurring ear, nose and throatinfections, and was now in need of an inhaler and a steroid preventative because his pediatriciantold his mother he had asthma now. This drug merrygoround is all too common with children.I've seen it a thousand times. I first set about getting John's diet rightand placing him on my low allergy diet that you'll find in the Candida Crusher book. Whattypically occurs is that sweet cravings occur

after antibiotics because many beneficialshave been destroyed, and yeast start to multiply rapidly. That's when the person starts towant to have sweet things. The yeast wants feeding and their host has no option but togive into their demands, and so the sugarladen diet begins. Soda drinks, fruit juice, candy,sweets, cookies, breakfast cereals laden with sugar, snack bars, any one of a hundred sweetfoods that kids like to eat, and they go to the supermarket and they pester mom for thosefoods. If you've got kids, you know all about this. It makes no difference as long as itcontains sugar, the yeast will be happy. The yeast will then thrive, multiply, and getto be a bigger problem over time. Parents

often give in just to shut these kids up.The squeaky hinge gets the oil. It's really true.We started using different things with John. John responded really well to my Canxida antifungalproduct. In fact, we had a very good result literally within a month of using Canxida.The asthma drugs were first to go, and I asked John's mother to avoid all antibiotics inthe future unless John suffered a serious bacterial infection like septicemia or bronchialpneumonia. After four months of treatment, all of John's symptoms were gone. His bowelis back to normal and all his pains were gone. In cases like this, I've seen children eventaken to the Children's for exploratory

surgery because they can't work out wherethe bowel pains are coming from. All the blood tests came back okay. The endoscopy came backokay. Everything came back clear, and the s are scratching their heads. snever look for Candida and, in fact, some only believe it's a women's problem. How stupidis that? If you've got a child with a strong sugarcraving, a child that scratches its backside a lot, that's quite wingy, that's crying,that's irritable, that's very bad tempered, you could well have a parasite or a yeastinfection on your hands. Think back carefully. Has the child had antibiotics? Is the childcraving sweet foods? Is it looking for sugar?

Is it pestering you for sweet foods when yougo shopping? It's easy to spot a Candida infection in a child.Antibiotics are something you don't want to give to children. I've spoken about this manytimes in my tutorials. They're way too loosely prescribed. Children will sometimes get themfor a little cut or scratch on their finger. They're giving preventative antibiotics. It'sa stupid thing to do. It can destroy the immune system. It can take years to recover fromone round, and one round will lead to a second round, and a third round. It's a ridiculousthing to do. It's like giving extended credit on top of credit. It's what caused the ruinof America when you think about it, this borrowing

Candida Case Study 3 Trudy Irritable Bowel Syndrome

I'm going to do another case presentation.This will be case presentation number three. This is out of my book, Candida Crusher. I'mjust going to read an excerpt out of that. This patient's name is Trudy, and she's 62years of age. Let's start. If you're a health care professional, this will be a typicalcase that you will see. You'll recognize a lot in this case.Trudy came to see me not that long ago complaining of irritable bowel syndrome. She'd had ongoingconstipation and diarrhea for over 10 years. Too many to remember she told me. Trudy hadbeen treated for irritable bowel syndrome by every practitioner she'd seen and was neverconsidered to be a person to have a serious

Candida yeast infection. Because she toldthem all that is what the medical had diagnosed her with several years ago, IBS,so of course, once she was labeled as an IBS patient, irritable bowel syndrome is whatit was and that's what all the practitioners basically treated her for. Monkey see; monkeydo. I've heard it all before. I call it parrot talk. If you keep parroting the same thing,people start copying that. And even many natural practitioners and even some top professionalsshe saw treated her for IBS, so they looked at various IBS diets. The SED diet, the GAPSdiet, the Paleo diet, you name it; she's been on every kind of diet this woman.I've written here, they were the natural practitioners

who had placed her on strict exclusion dietsand the allergy diets, and the had treated her several times with antibioticsbefore he washed his hands of her and placed her in the quot;too hardquot; basket. The bowel specialistconcluded there was nothing the matter with Trudy after all the standard investigationslike colonoscopy, endoscopy, abdominal xrays, and countless blood tests all came back asbeing normal. I've heard it all before. I've written here also, whenever I teach studentsabout digestive problems, I say, quot;If the health professional diagnosed IBS or if you can'tfind the reason for the patient's digestive malfunction, suspect an immune problem underpinningit, usually there's Candida not far behind

or dysbiosis, bad bacteria, parasites. Youcould find Blastocystis in there and Dientamoeba. There could be any one of a number of differentbugs underpinning that that no one has really diagnosed.quot;Trudy mentioned that she had an itchy scalp. And on close inspection, I noticed that bothher big toenails were thickened and discolored. We completed a stool test and there it was,yeast in all three stool samples. But not only yeast, she had also several other bacteriaand parasites present, which is typical of a chronic ongoing yeast case like this. Theopportunity exists for such a proliferation of dysbiosis; hence the term quot;opportunisticinfection.quot; Trudy had a stool test completed

years ago, but was only tested for basic pathogenslike giardia campylobacter, pampas pyridium and rotavirus, and nothing really came up.Many s, if they do a stool test, a convention would do a very narrow test. When Ido them, I tend to do a broad test, so I look at a whole range of different things.This lady used to work in a daycare center, so she was only really checked for children'sinfectious bowel diseases, so they basically missed the boat. All results were negativeand Trudy left with no answers. Of course, if all the professionals come back with NAD,nominal at diagnosis, the patient develops increasing anxiety. They start getting mooddisorders. They start drinking more. Swallowing

all kinds of antidepressants and they justgo from bad to worse. One of my biggest disgusts with conventionaltreatment of digestive complaints is the routinely overzealous prescribing of antibiotics. I'veseen this with thousands of patients over the years where antibiotics just destroy people'sguts. They just get sicker and sicker, to the point where the s wash their handsof these patients. They just get rid of them. Discard them for what I call a quot;low hangingfruit.quot; They look for other patients they can make money out of or give more drugs tobecause what can they do? You make someone sick enough, you can't treat them anymore,just get rid of them because there's plenty

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