Question: Old video I know but just trying to find out if is possible calopractin level can be at 3,303 above high what could this mean or what is the cause anybody welcome to answer if they know
Having an increased calprotectin level usually means the presence of active inflammation in the body, possibly in the intestine. This is typically associated with IBD (inflammatory bowel disease) such as ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease. The higher the level of fecal calprotectin, the more would be the inflammation in the intestines. The normal range of calprotectin is 50 to 200 μg/mg (micrograms per milligram). This level may also indicate a mild elevation in the calprotectin level, although it may not be enough to warrant further assessment. Having a calprotectin level higher than 200 μg/mg might indicate the possibility of an inflammatory condition, while a calprotectin level between 500 and 600 μg/mg almost always indicates an inflammatory condition. Having a slightly raised level of calprotectin could also mean you have a bacterial infection.
The calprotectin levels can also increase due to other conditions like mild diverticulitis (infection or inflammation of the diverticula – small pockets or bulges that develop in the lining of the intestine as one gets older), or irritation in the gut lining causing an inflammatory response usually due to the overuse of NSAIDs like aspirin and ibuprofen. However, the normal and abnormal range of calprotectin often varies between locations and different test kits due to the prevalence of intestinal conditions and sanitation. If the result shows a calprotectin level of 3303, it strongly suggests the patient has inflammatory bowel disease. It is advisable to undergo further testing like a colonoscopy to assess the extent of inflammation or ulceration in the intestine and detect or rule out related conditions like colon or rectal cancer. https://www.ibdrelief.com/learn/what-is-faecal-calprotectin-test-for-ibd, https://www.cancerresearchuk.org/about-cancer/cancer-chat/thread/high-calprotectin, and https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5390326/
Question: I’ve read that after the candida cleanse we might have a “die off” experience because of all the toxins released in our body during the cleanse – so what do you recommend to take for the liver to eliminate these toxins and continue working efficiently? A binder?
Hi, it is good to know that you have decided to go for a candida cleanse. It will surely help cleanse your body and protect you against severe infections. You do not have to worry about the “die-off” experience because of all the toxins getting released into the body during the cleanse. It is a common misconception that most people have about detox. The experience can more suitably be termed “rejuvenating” and not a “die off”. Some people do experience mild fatigue, weakness, and drowsiness after detox. However, these symptoms occur due to the excessive fluid loss from the body through urine or bowel movement and not due to the elimination of toxins. If you are experiencing the “die-off” symptoms, you can increase your water intake before and after the detox. If you are using detox supplements on a regular basis, drink 2 to 3 liters of water every day to avoid dehydration.
You may reduce or increase your water intake depending on the climatic conditions. For liver detox, I would recommend Canxida Remove to promote the elimination of toxins from the body. It would work efficiently and cleanse the blood without causing a “die-off” experience. You may use a binder to promote bowel movement and cleanse your bowels. Whichever method of detox you are following, make sure you drink plenty of water to restore fluid loss and avoid weakness and fatigue. You will definitely feel fresh and rejuvenated after a detox through Canxida Remove and a binder and experience a surge in your energy levels.
Question: My immune system got very weak. I Never had any problems with my health and 3 months ago everything was going downwards. Never took antibiotics. I had a mild candida Overgrowth in my colon and my tongue that just didn’t go away. Only bloating and rectal itching (no die off, no improvements) had normal Bowel movements. Now it got severe and I got a systemic candida infection.
I took a blood sample test and it showed me that I have a high allergy on mold that is called rhizopus nigricans and a high amount of Candida Albicans in my Blood. I feel like there is still something else, that still isn’t discovered. A gastroscopy showed that I have got a chronic gastritis and a chronic inflamed esophagus (esophagitis) due to the permanent reflux. I also have massive flatulence. Like 24/7 even after drinking some water. I developed this in these 3 months and never had any problems with reflux before I had candida. Also have massive constipation now and either don’t go the toilet at all or have 3 x a day Diarrhea. I Lost 10 KG in 2 months because i eat very little. So I also got a malnutrition. I react to a lot of stuff with abdominal cramps and also have the reflux.
I went to 20 different doctors here in Germany and no one takes this serious. I know that medication for the gastritis and esophagus would make candida much worse. My symptoms got worse instead of better and I don’t know how to treat everything and what to heal first. Actually yeah, I’m Sweating very hard all the time, I’m really sleepy all day. Also sleep only 4-5 hours a Night because I Wake up with a sore throat, sometimes nausea and acid in my throat. Moodswings and for the last 3 days I am constantly bloated, cramps and diarrhea / MASSIVE constipation. So where should I start to heal? My immune system got very weak and since it’s a systemic infection, how to treat that?
It seems like all your symptoms are interrelated and possibly started with an immune system dysfunction. Rhizopus nigricans is also an opportunistic infection just like candidiasis, which means it is common in people with weak immunity. It usually spreads by inhaling spores. I will suggest you a few things to improve your immunity and reset your body’s circadian rhythm to help you manage your symptoms. First, consider installing an air purifier at your home. It might help since Rhizopus nigricans spreads by inhaling spores.
At the same time, try intermittent fasting to cleanse your body. Since you are already losing weight, I would advise you to stick to the 16:8 form of intermittent fasting. Make sure you eat a good amount of lean protein and a small amount of healthy fats and complex carbohydrates. Eat high-fiber fruits and vegetables to promote bowel movements and detoxification. Avoid all possible food allergens including nuts.
Avoid high-fat, high-sugar foods as these will only make your digestive symptoms worse. Drink plenty of water to support bowel movements and feel fresh and energetic throughout the day. Then, focus on strengthening your immunity. I would advise you to use Canxida Remove to manage fungal infection together with CanXida Restore to boost your immunity. This will improve your overall defenses against fungal infections and even improve your digestion. Consider including probiotics in your diet like yogurt. Together with CanXida Restore, it will enrich your gut flora and regulate your body’s response to allergens and irritants. Follow a strict bedtime routine. Go to sleep and wake up at the same times every day to reset your body’s internal biological clock or circadian rhythm. Follows these tips on a regular basis. Gradually, you will notice an improvement in your symptoms.
Disclaimer: This article intends to provide general insights and may not apply to individual cases. It is essential to consult with a healthcare professional to ensure that any vitamin supplementation, especially Vitamin D, is safe and beneficial based on your specific health circumstances and requirements. This approach ensures that any supplementation undertaken is not only safe but also beneficial in bolstering your health.