We’ve received an inquiry regarding a 12-year-old with eczema, with concerns if the young individual might also have Candida. Is it possible for someone to have both conditions? Absolutely, they can coexist. Eczema is distinct from psoriasis and dermatitis, even though these skin conditions can sometimes be confused. Eczema is largely an immune problem linked to reactions from certain foods leading to inflammation, often associated with leaky gut syndrome. As individuals age, especially by their teenage years, their immune system often stabilizes. Eczema might be inherited or acquired, but typically, there’s a strong genetic component. Some individuals have a predisposition due to family history of allergies. Eczema can also develop due to significant antibiotic use early in life.
Eczema management focuses on optimizing gut health and reducing exposure to allergenic foods. For instance, cow’s milk is a top allergen, and removing it from the diet can be beneficial for many with eczema. It’s essential to focus on providing the body with beneficial bacteria and enzymes, which can aid in food breakdown and reduce allergic responses. Beneficial bacteria fortify the gut, aiding in its repair, and make it challenging for Candida to thrive. Remember, the key is often identifying the favorite snack or most frequently consumed food, as this might be a trigger.
|CanXida Restore||Probiotic enzyme formula||One capsule per day|
|CanXida Remove||Antifungal||One tablet per day|
In our book Candida Crusher, we have an in-depth low allergy diet sheet that can assist with managing such conditions. Incorporating good probiotic enzyme formulas, like our CanXida Restore, can be advantageous. The CanXida Remove is designed to tackle Candida. Both of these products can be found on the CanXida website.
Disclaimer: While we provide insights based on our expertise and experience, it’s essential to consult with your healthcare professional regarding specific health concerns.