Your Questions Answered: Can Nuts Can Feed Herpes, Esophagitis After Radiation Treatment & Getting Very Dry Is It Candida

Question: This journey is not new to me but discovering that nuts can feed the herpes virus to the point of a breakout is new. I have experienced yeast and digestive issues my whole life and I am 55. Many companies put black walnut in their products and also cellulose ingredients feed yeast. It’s a very difficult condition to keep under control. Overall I am very healthy but I do want to find out if my issue is all candida or parasites or what. I will look into your suggestions.

The extract of the hull of black walnut is a common herbal remedy. The extract derives from the oil content of the outermost hull (or shell) of the nut. Black walnut extract is used topically for treating eczema, psoriasis and warts, and internally for eliminating parasites. You shoul test by doing a comprehensive stool test to confirm yeast overgrowth, bacterial dysbiosis or parasite infection. An organic acids urine test or an antbody test can also indicate yeast overgrowth.Once Candida albicans has colonized the gut, it can be extremely difficult to eradicate.

This happens because they are able to quickly adapt and can create biofilms to protect itself. Strategies like a low-sugar diet, antifungals, enzymes, and probiotics are all helpful, but to be most effective they need to be used together. A biofilm protocol also has to be included to get rid of Candida. Natural antifungal therapy that includes proven antifungals like oregano oil, grapefruit seed extract, caprylic acid (disrupts biofilms), black walnut, garlic extract and berberine is best. Combining several antifungals together in standardized doses ensures potency and that the yeast wont become resistant. CanXida Remove is formulated with 12 antifungals backed by scientific research which support in eradicating excess candida yeast. It is also essential to restore gut bacterial balance by using probiotics.

Question: I’m in DESPERATE NEED OF YOUR ADVICE!!! PLEASE!!! In March I had a Lumpectomy because I had breast cancer ( a very small amount) It was removed and I had 16 radiation treatments – It is all gone now! The oncologist wants to put me on a estrogen blocker for FIVE YEARS – I said NO WAY. In August I was having back pain and they removed my GALLBLADDER! Since that operation my entire carriage hurts – like it’s all under my ribs. It comes and goes but it gets really painful at times – especially after I eat!! cI also have esophagitis, reflux and a small ulcer which pretty much wakes me up at 2:00 every morning and hurts during the day as well!! I have been eating really clean but can’t find relief! I just heard your video on a Candida cleanse and I’m going to try it! I only drink alkaline water. I have a almond milk smoothie with a banana every morning which I’ll cut”

Due to your health conditions, you might be lacking elements that are crucial to digestion like stomach acid, and digestive enzymes. It’s also possible that you’re deficient in some nutrients. A good gut-healing plan for you might include supplements to replace anything that’s missing like bile salts, betaine HCL, and the enzymes that help you digest food. Certain foods like bitter foods help stimulate your digestive enzymes and stomach acid. Because digestive issues can affect your absorption of nutrients like iron, B12, zinc, and magnesium, a mutivitamin like CanXida Rebuild can help replenish your body and heal your gut. The next step is restoring the population of good gut bacteria that helps your immune, metabolic, and digestive health. This can be done with a probiotic supplement like CanXida Restore with added digestive enzymes. Finally we want to create the ideal gut environment for long-term relief.

It’s helpful to repair the intestinal mucosa and cells and reduce inflammation. Add into your diet bone broth and supplements like Rebuild which has gut-barrier nutrients like L-glutamine, aloe vera, slippery elm, and zinc. When dealing with pain after gallbladder removal it is important to focus on lifestyle and diet changes. Overeating can further strain the liver, pancreas, and ducts. Eat several small meals a day and in smaller portions. It’s best to try to walk or stand after meals, don’t lie down inmediately. Going too long without eating is also bad and can lead to diarrhea and intestinal discomfort. Chew your food and eat slowly: taking the time to allow enzymes to mix with your food is essential for digestion. Eat a low-fat diet: be mindful of the amount of fat in each meal. Ginger can increase gut motility and bile production.

Question: “Problem – I know I have yeast overgrowth and eat a bout 95% clean diet and do not have achy joints but when I take probiotics I get VERY ACHY knees and back aches ! Also it I take herbal supplements to bring Candida into balance my hair will fall out profusely and my skin, eyes and everything get very dry with just one or two doses. Why does that happen ? Please help ?

If you started taking antifungals and also began a very strict diet, chances are toxins were starting to be quickly expelled from your system with all the pathogens, bacteria, and other matter that is being washed through your digestive system. This is sometimes referred as Candida die-off and it creates very unpleasant symptoms including cramping, aching, diarrhea and sweating. Ideally you don’t want to put too much stress on your body by creating a quick Candida die-off when you have just started a protocol. If you had a severe reaction to the antifungal I suggest first to begin taking the probiotic supplements and foods. Probiotics and antifungals are both powerful elements of the Candida treatment plan, so it’s really important to leave enough time between starting each of these phases. The reason is that both probiotics and antifungals will cause a Candida die-off, so to start courses of both at the same time for some people can be very challenging.

My suggestion would be to start introducing natural antifungal foods and notice any changes in symptoms and overall health. Natural antifungals that you can start slowly introducing in your diet include garlic, coconut oil, onions, ginger, seaweed, pumpkin seeds, cinnamon, turmeric, bone broth and Pau d’Arco tea. Be careful with fermented foods since some can have large doses of probiotic and wild yeast that can create die-off symptoms as well. If you are more sensistive to antifungals you should be able to tell when introducing some of these foods and be sure to do it gradually. Additionally you can begin introducing half a tablet of CanXida Remove as a lower dose.

Disclaimer: This information is intended for educational purposes only. Always consult with your healthcare professional before making any dietary changes or starting any nutrition, health control, or exercise program.