Question: What foods or supplements should I introduce for healing? Should I choose antibiotics or a natural approach?
If you are dealing with histamine intolerance it may suggest an imbalance in your gut. Gut dysbiosis can lead to intestinal permeability, often known as Leaky Gut Syndrome, which is frequently caused by Candida. Candida releases harmful by-products that create infllamation in the gut, weakening the barrier and allowing toxins and food particles to escape which will trigger an immune response. Once the immune system is triggered, there is a release of histamine and other inflammatory molecules.
Working on healing the gut can help eliminate some of the food intolerances. Taking a high quality probiotic like CanXida Restore will help recolonise your gut with good bacteria which is a crucial part of restoring your flora and boosting gut immunity. You should also try introducing some foods and supplements that can help to repair the gut barrier. Good food options include bone broth which contains collagen, cabbage juice which contain glutamin and aloe vera that helps repair the gut lining. CanXida Rebuild is formulated to heal leaky gut and boost immunity with important vitamins like vitamin C and magnesium and gut barrier nutrients like zinc, glutamin acid, slippery elm. The carnivore diet lacks essential nutrients such as fiber which binds to toxins and helps things move smoothly to aid digestion and detoxification.
Taking a fiber supplement like psyllium 10g/d can help with digestion. The carnivore diet can tax the liver and kidneys since protein creates excess nitrogenous waste. The liver is essential for helping metabolize many toxins. A low carb paleo diet is a better alternative than going straight carnivore, but most people see great results by folloing a candida diet which is low sugar and anti-inflammatory. Working with a dietitian can help you navigate your food intolerances.
Question: Whilst the video links providing did not directly answer my question, I was able to piece together bits of advice from the videos. It looks like it is not necessary to take Restore while travelling, even as a preventative, but focus on continuing to Restore and the multivitamin rebuild instead. Is this correct?? I’ve just ordered more restore to take on the trip. I haven’t been able to find any information in the videos about travel, Candida prevention and malaria tablets. Canxida is very much against taking antibiotics in his materials due to its impact on the gut, but a number of countries Im visiting are significant malaria zones, and my doctor is INSISTENT that I take an antibiotic (ie doxycycline) for the time I’m there PLUS a month after returning. I’m terrified about destroying my gut again after spending so much time rebuilding it with the canxida range and diet. But the long term symptoms of malaria look worse than Candida gut symptoms so I’m really confused as to what to do. I don’t want to be ignorant and not prevent something bad from happening. I’ve only just come off the Remove tablets and am just continuing to take the Restore twice a day and will continue during the trip, but am really confused by Canxida’s “don’t take antibiotics” stance. Can you please help?
Malaria is a serious parasite infection which can be transmitted by mosquito bites in places where the disease is endemic and there is frequent transmission such as Central and West Africa, and some parts of South America and South Asia. If you are traveling to parts of the world where malaria transmission occurs, you could be at risk for malaria. Malaria can be prevented two ways. Avoiding mosquito bites is critical.
This will also help to prevent other mosquito diseases such as yellow fever or dengue. The peak time for malaria mosquitoes to bite is from dusk to dawn (sunset to sunrise), during these times, using repellents and covering up with clothing impregnated with permethrin will help to prevent bites. If you will not be staying in well-screened or air-conditioned rooms, take additional precautions, such as sleeping under insecticide-treated bed net (mosquito netting). In the United States, you can buy permethrin as a spray or liquid to treat clothes and bed nets and you can also purchase bed nets that have already been treated. Most “natural” repellents have a limited duration of activity and to be effective need very frequent applications therefore they are not recommended. The second way is taking an antimalarial drug.
Malaria can be prevented with medications. The malarial parasite develops in the liver and then infects the red blood cells. Antimalarial drugs are able to kill the parasite in the liver to prevent spread to red blood cells. There are several antimalarial drugs. Your healthcare provider or travel health expert should help you choose the right antimalarial medication for you. It will depend on the part of the world you’re visiting, the length of your trip, cost factors, and your medical history. A malaria vaccine is also available. This vaccine is recommended in countries where there is a higher risk of malaria and can be safely used in children, so ask your healthcare provider if this option is available to you.
All malaria medication are usually taken for long period of time to make sure the parasite is completely eradicated, but it can definitely put a toll to your gut microbiome. You can instead ask your doctor for the least duration malaria tablets you can take. For example doxycycline needs to be taken daily, 1-2 days before travelling and 4 weeks after, but primaquine can be taken 1-2 days before travel and only 7 days after leaving the malaria risk area, so it can be a better option if you are trying to avoid medication side effects. Because malaria is so serious, and can even result in death I still strongly recommend that you take all preventative measures for your travel by avoiding mosquito bites and taking malaria pills or the vaccine.
Question: I bought your product cause I trust u guys and I didn’t wanna take any chances but out of curiosity, different probiotic supplements with the same bacteria listed in the label, assuming the quality of production is the same, would have been equally effective or there could have different strains of the same bacteria? I remember reading of for example. I hope u guys get what I’m saying. Basically are strains like or lb-51 specific strains of bacteria like Bifidobacterium bifidum or Lactobacillus acidophilus or are they synonyms, just different nomenclature?
Lactobacillus acidophilus ® is a special probiotic that is incredibly stable in its dormant state due to its unique and patented cryoprotection. Lactobacillus acidophilus is the only probiotic known that has a patent for antibiotic resistance. The indicates the patented version of the strain but it is still the same strain Lactobacillus acidophilus. Restore contains NO prebiotics such as FOS or inulin, which can potentially aggravate those with a Candida yeast infection and/or SIBO. It contains the 7 best enzymes indicated for dysbiosis, leaky gut, Candida and other digestive system disorders.
It contains powerful protease enzyme that helps to break down the cell wall structure of the Candida cell wall and cellulase enzymes that enhances and complements the protease activity by breaking down the cellulose component of the cell wall. It contains a high-activity protease called serrapeptase, which helps to hydrolyze any undigested food matter trapped between the intestinal villi creating a healthier intestinal environment, improved digestion and absorption, as well as overall colon health. Capsugel delivery ensures the capsule disintegrates in the small intestine and delivers larger amounts of viable bacteria into the intestinal tract, where they colonize and flourish. The standard dose is two capsules daily, one capsule twice daily. CanXida Restore may be taken with food to function mainly as a probiotic; however, taking CanXida Restore on an empty stomach will enhance the enzymatic effects of this product. For optimal results take in conjunction with CanXida Remove.
Disclaimer: This information aims to be a helpful reference point but it is imperative to consult with a healthcare professional before making any dietary changes or adopting new practices to ensure they are safe and suitable for your unique health circumstances.