Candida Stool Test Results

Candida Testing Comprehensive Stool Testing And Beneficial Bacteria Count

Greetings, it's Eric Bakker, naturopath fromNew Zealand, author of Candida Crusher and formulator of the Canxida range of dietarysupplements. Thanks for checking out this tutorial today.This is going to be one of several tutorials I'm going to do on comprehensive digestionstool analysis, so that's comprehensive stool testing and its relevance with Candida yeastinfections. You may have read some of my articles at yeastinfection or perhaps even lookedat my book, Candida Crusher, or maybe even looked at some of my tutorials. You will probablynotice that I'm a person who's not really all that interested in just killing Candidaas such.

I think it's pretty dumb trying to build harmonyin the body by killing anything. It's all about getting balance back in the body againby making it difficult for yeast infections to thrive by taking foods away that allowyeast to really encourage the proliferation of yeast, actually make Candida grow in thebody. You'll do that by having a big imbalance in your diet, particularly, if you love eatinglots of sugars, processed foods, candy, ice cream, alcohol, and those sorts of things.You know, all those crappy kind of foods. Foods that we know that we shouldn't eat.But what about the beneficial bacteria? You know, people talk about taking probiotics.People talk about eating fermented and cultured

foods. What about assessing beneficial bacteria.Have you ever thought about that? Assessing the good guys in your digestive system. Ithink it's very, very relevant. If you've had a chronic Candida yeast infection fora long time, its very smart to have a stool test done. Because a stool test, unlike manypeople say 'Well, why would you do a stool test? Why not do a blood test to look at antibodies?Why not do a urinary test to look at the metabolites or the organic acids?Those tests are okay, but I think stool testing is far more relevant because it gives youa lot more useful information. Particularly, you're going to start assessing the beneficialbacteria. I'm going to read a little bit out

of my book here. It's not just about a positiveCandida result. What is your level of beneficial bacteria? The other thing I look for in theCDSA test is the level of other bad bacteria and particularly the level of beneficial bacteria.Is there a 1, 2 or 3 plus of good andor bad? You're going to be considered, for example,if you have positive results with Candida after stool analysis that have failed to lookat the amount of beneficial bacteria. Because the people in the lab, the technicians, theyactually culture the stool for the good bacteria as well. You may discover that you may haveNG or 'no growth,' and then you may turn around to me and say, 'Well, that's crap. I've beentaking these probiotic pills for six months

or one year. I've been taking two or threea day. I've been eating yogurt. I've been having kefir. How come I've got no growththere?' I will come to that in a minute. I want you to remember. It's not all aboutkilling Candida. It's about restoring digestive harmony. And by assessing your level of thegood and bad bacteria, as well as yeast, you'll be in a powerful position to restore digestiveharmony. No other pathological or functional test can give you this incredible level ofbalanced information. Now, you can see why I believe this to be the Rolls Royce of tests.If you're serious about getting rid of a yeast infection, get a stool test done, a CDSA.If you go to EricBakker , my website, you

can click on 'lab tests.' You can actuallyaccess one of those through the company I deal with, Direct Labs. I'm quite happy tohelp interpret this test for you for a fee, naturally, to spend time with you.Many naturopath or functional s will do this test with you. But make sure if you'vegot a chronic Candida infection, to get a stool test done to assess what the heck isgoing on. Is there inflammation? Are there immune dysfunctions? What are the beneficialbacteria like? Do you have parasites? There is loads of information you can pick up fromthe stool test. But the beneficial bacteria are very, very important to assess. Be sureto check out yeastinfection and do my

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 said“quite specific� 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

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