Your Questions Answered: Bacillus Cougulans Good Or Bad, CanXida remove For H.Pylori & Doctors Disbelief With Candida

Question: Also do you think Bacillus cougulans are good to take?

Our gut is made of trillions of beneficial bacteria that help digest food, produce vitamins, regulate the metabolism, and facilitate a normal immune response. Probiotic bacteria promote a healthy intestinal environment by producing lactic acid and by secreting fatty acids that are helpful to the growth of other beneficial microorganisms. Bacillus coagulans (also known as Lactobacillus sporogenes) is a lactic acid-producing bacteria that is unique in probiotic supplementation. Bacillus coagulans has a unique property of producing spores during its life cycle, not found in any other lactic acid-producing bacteria.

While this beneficial bacteria is dormant in the bottle, it reverts to a growing bacteria in the intestines. As a result, it resists being killed by stomach acid and survives their transit through the stomach, making it an effective probiotic. People take Bacillus coagulans for diarrhea, including traveler’s diarrhea, and diarrhea caused by antibiotics. Bacillus coagulans is also used for general digestion problems, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), inflammatory bowel disease, Crohn’s disease, ulcerative coliti), excessive growth of yeast in the intestine, and infection due to the Helicobacter pylori in the stomach. In general probiotics help to maintain acidity in the gut and crowd out the Candida yeast.

Good bacteria will also boost your immunity. The more strains the better to expose your gut to more beneficial microbes. CanXida Restore has 6 clincally probiotic strains like Lactobacillus and added digestive enzymes to help minimize digestive issues. Taking probiotics alongside antifungals like CanXida Remove will help repopulate the gut and help restore normal yeast levels in the gut.

Question: I purchased Remove for H Pylori. In one of your videos, you mention that the tablet takes 2-3 hours to break down. Does this mean that it won’t work as well as a product that dissolves in the stomach where the HP is found? Thank you for your time.

H. pylori infections likely exist in what are called biofilms. Oral antibiotics are commonly prescribed but are not as effective when H. pylori has developed biofilms. Antibiotics can work for a short time but they can create bacterial resistance and the infection can become chronic. Chronic H. Pylori can be effectively addressed with antifungals. H. pylori responds well to antimicrobial therapy like Remove and other treatment options include Bactroban, and Xylitol (fight biofilm infections). There are several natural agents that are good candidates for eradication of H pylori overgrowth such as oil of oregano, clove oil and grape fruit seed extract. The tablets from CanXida Remove have a prolonged delivery system method meaning the antimicrobial agents are continually released along the digestive tract to reach every part of it including the stomach. The stomach is highly acidic in normal circumstances meaning most of the tablets get dissolved in this environment but can still reach part of the small and large intestines.

H. pylori usually changes the pH of the stomach making it more acidic which likely means more of the tablet will get dissolved in there and will make the antimicrobials active. Another helpful antimicrobial is a silver supplement. In low doses, this mineral works against bacterial infections. Silver also works well in combination with CanXida Remove. If you have a diagnosed H. pylori infection it is most likely there is an underlying yeast overgrowth, especially if you also have digestive symptoms. Remove is a herbal supplement that helps kill yeast and maintain healthy gut flora while Restore is a probiotic that brings back a healthy bacterial balance in your body. Taking Remove and Restore together for 3-5 months is an effective therapy for dealing with yeast overgrowth in the gut.

Question: After taking antibiotics in 2011, I’ve endured 12 years of suffering from candida, experiencing numerous physical and mental symptoms. Despite visiting various doctors and clinics, being treated for multiple psychiatric disorders, and undertaking numerous tests, my concerns about candida were consistently dismissed. I’ve faced disbelief from medical professionals, even with persistent symptoms and visits to numerous specialists. . I aim to raise awareness about candida to prevent others from experiencing similar suffering. I also plan to write an article about my experiences and the salvation I found through your help. Interestingly, while doctors have been unable to diagnose my fungal infection, gardeners can easily identify fungus in plants.

Many Candida symptoms overlap with other common health problems, making it difficult to diagnose based on symptoms alone. There are several tests used by functional medicine doctors that are able to correctly diagnose and identify a Candida overgrowth. The number one test to confirm yeast overgrowth is the comprehensive digestive stool test. This test will provide information on all microbial flora including beneficial and pathogenic bacteria, yeasts, and parasites. You can also perform a stool culture to look for microscopic yeast.

Finally an organic acids urine test that includes d-arabinitol markers can indicate yeast overgrowth. If yeast overgrowth is confirmed it is important to start a low-sugar diet cutting refined carbohydrates and sugars and an anti-fungal protocol with natural antifungal therapy that includes several antifungals together like CanXida Remove. Recurring Candida infections might indicate a suppressed immune system. When your immune system is compromised it can leave you vulnerable to recurring Candida overgrowth. Several factors can supress the immune system such as low stomach acid which can happen as a result of poor diet, or medications. The acidity in the stomach helps neutralize pathogens and allow to break down food properly, undigested particles feed Candida.

When your body is under stress your immune system is suppressed. Your immune system needs enough good bacteria, or probiotics, to keep Candida from coming back. You may have low beneficial flora so try taking a probiotic and optimize the diversity in your diet to feed good bacteria. Include fiber rich foods daily and avoid taking antibotics. Constipation can also let Candida toxins to sit longer and be reabsorbed promoting dysbiosis. Get at least 30g of fiber a day and include psyllium/flax. Watch out for exposure to toxins from mold, pesticides, care products which stresses your immune system.

Disclaimer: It’s crucial to consult with your healthcare professional before making any changes to your health regimen or when experiencing symptoms.