Question: I found “Candida Crusher” program and decided to give it a try. However it seems I may need a doctor’s prescription to cleanse my bowel with enemas. (I tried to get one from my primary health provider but they seemed reluctant to provide enema prescriptions.) So my question is – how do one gets that ? Self administration seems pretty difficult and therefore not effective, so I need to engage a nurse but they need doctor’s prescription for enemas.
If your healthcare provider recommends it, you can buy an over-the-counter enema kit. Most of them contain water and salt, mineral oil, or a mild laxative. Using an enema at home always comes with certain risks such as damage to or perforation of rectum or intestines due to stretching, disruption of the natural microflora in your gut, pain caused by using liquid that is too hot or cold or introducing too much liquid, which may stay in the body and come out without warning. What you can do instead is take an oral laxative. Oral laxatives can encourage bowel movements to relieve constipation. There are several different types of oral laxatives and they work in different ways such as bul-forming, stimulant or hyperosmotic. Purchase the kind your healthcare provider recommends. Laxative use can alter the microbiome and lower the diversity of some bacterial species however a single dose of laxatives will not have a signficant impact and research suggest your microbiome will be back to normal in about two to four weeks.
However chronic laxative use does have long term consequences in microbial diversity and is linked with dysbiosis and higher risk of certain diseases. Nonetheless I would recommend taking a high quality probiotic after using an enema/laxative. It is important to bring back healthy colonies of beneficial gut microbes.
Reintroducing beneficial bacteria back like Bifidobacteria and Lactobacillus will help mantain your gut balance and prevent opportunistic pathogens from colonizing your gut. These probiotic strains have the most value in boosting immunity, lowering inflammation and rebalancing your gut flora.
Question: I am currently taking phosphatidyl choline for my gallbladder and liver stones. 420g x2, twice a day. Any contradiction if I take the Canxida too?
Phosphatidylcholine is traditionally used to support brain health, but it can also support liver function, help with gallstones and keep cholesterol levels in check. Phosphatidylcholine works in the brain to increase the neurotransmitter acetylcholine which improves memory and prevents dementia. It can also help reduce lipids that can lead to a fatty liver. Gallstones are hard deposits in the gallbladder usually made of undissolved cholesterol or bilirubin. Phosphatidylcholine supplementation has been shown to reduce cholesterol gallstone formation, so it’s an additional help to dissolve some of the cholesterol and fatty acids deposits.
Phosphatidylcholine is usually safe when taken by mouth and is found in many fods including soy products and eggs. Doses of 1.5 to 5.0 grams taken orally daily is the recommended dosage.
Phosphatidylcholine can interact with anticholinergic and cholinergic drugs and some medications used for allergies (antihistamines) depression (antidepressants) and Alzheimer’s (AChE inhibitors) making them less effective. There are currently no known interactions of phosphatidylcholine with any other herb or natural supplement including the natural herbs found in CanXida Remove like oregano, balck walnut, garlic grape fruit seed extract, berberine, or caprylic acid, but make sure to speak with a health care provder if you have questions and concerns about supplement interaction.
Question: I have been dealing with a terrible symptom for a long time. I think it’s related to candida, but I would appreciate your opinion. I have body odor like feces. Not everyone can smell it but young children and some adults do detect an odor. It’s so terribly embarrassing and I don’t know what to do. Have you heard of others with this same problem?
It is normal for certain people to have stronger smell and body odour than others. Some is due to genetic predisposition that results in excess accumulation of malodor metabolites in the body. However these metabolites are also associated with gut function, liver and kidney function, diet and bacteria in the gut. Diet can contain direct metabolites that produce odor. The composition of bacteria in the gut also determine the production of specific odor metabolites like methane, and sulfides. Gut function is also related since slow digestion, and intestinal permeability or “leaky gut” can allow for metabolites to stay in the body for longer. The liver is responsible for metabolizing many particles reducing their odor.
Finally kidney function is crucial for elimination of many metabolites.There is no one treatment to completely eliminate bad body odor. Keeping good hygiene is important like teeth brushing, using antibacterial soaps, deadorants. The following measures will help treat imbalance of bad odor metabolites. Reduce foods that are responsible for odor production like alliums, cruciferous vegetables, red meats, fish and eggs ,alcohol and certain spices like cumin and chilli. A diet high in fiber creates more frequent bowel movements which shorten the time of bacteria metabolism.
Disclaimer: It’s crucial to consult with your healthcare professional before making any changes to your health regimen or when experiencing symptoms.