Question: From your experience, have you seen faecal incontinence caused by a yeast overgrowth condition?
Bowel of faecal incontinence is often a symptom of an underlying problem. For example it can happen in people with IBS (irritable bowel syndrome) or people who are experiencing diarrhea from an infection. It can also be a sign of an inflammatory bowel disease like Crohn’s or ulcerative colitis. It is sometimes due to an impacted stool from severe constipation. I would advise to seek medical health to identify the underlying cause. If you are having episodes of diarrhea and you suspect a yeast or bacterial infection I would suggest CanXida Remove (Formula RMV). Any sudden changes in our bowel movements is usually due to an infection of either bacteria or excessive yeast growth in our gut which alters our healthy microbiome.
The CanXida Remove (Formula RMV) will help get rid of any potential yeast or bacteria that might be causing your gut issues. Additionally it is important to start adding a daily probiotic like the Time Released Probiotic Plus Enzyme Formula which will help recolonize and restore your gut with good bacteria that can ward off pathogens. Only getting rid of the bad can make them come back, so it is also essential to repopulate your gut with the good bacteria. It is also important to include lifestyle changes like increasing your fiber intake from to 25-30 grams a day. Fiber can help by regulating your gut motility and it helps nourish your gut bacteria. It is also helpful to begin a program of Kegel exercises to strengthen your pelvic muscles, this is especially important as we get older. Having a bathroom routine is also useful, try to schedule your bowel movements the same time everyday, this will start training your body when to go to prevent further accidents. journey.
Question: I’ve had progressive Candida-like symptoms for about a decade now, with periods of relative relief following severe diet restrictions and Diflucan treatment. Although my symptoms are very much what you describe in your Candida videos, I did have a stool test that didn’t show Candida. Instead it showed a complex pattern of dysbiosis with “infection” level Klebsiella pneumonia. Haven’t had SIBO test. Used lots of natural antifungals and made major lifestyle changes. Have collected samples and made slides to investigate organisms in saliva, nails, etc. Now, I really need to put all these things together in a coherent manner to get better. My energy has been steadily sliding downhill, and I can’t “fake” it much longer with my workload and family. I have so much to do and so many people I can impact positively, but I need my energy back to be helpful.And to get it, I need help. Hoping I can with with you and your team to help myself so I can help others.
I can see you have a complex dysbiosis. Sometimes there can be an underlying medical condition like multiple sclerosis or IBS/SIBO that might be causing similar symptoms, so it is always best to try to rule out any serious issues with a medical doctor. Our gut health is connected to everything so focusing on healing the gut is the first step to try to manage the symptoms. An underlying chronic infection can contribute to a buildup of toxins so lifestyle changes are important. Try to get more fiber (25-30 grams daily) from whole foods to nourish your gut bacteria and also to help with having daily bowel movements.
Stress has also been linked to gut dysbiosis so look for ways to manage it, like spending more time in nature or petting your dog. Our body needs to clear out excess toxins mainly through our poop, urine and skin. To help support your gut I recommend the Anti-Inflammatory & Microbe Inhibiting Multivitamin For Candida which can help restore energy levels. Sometimes when we are dealing with a chronic infection, from either bacteria, yeast, or a parasite, we become nutrient deficient due to our body being not able to absorb all the minerals and vitamins it needs. A mutivitamin will also help support your liver to do its detoxification pathways more efficiently.
Your body is under a lot of stress when in dysbiosis so this can help raise your immune defenses against pathogens. We have also developed CanXida Remove (Formula RMV) to help eradicate any bacterial or fungal infection and thus balance your microbiome. It is formulated with natural ingredients that have been proven to eradicate fungal infections and have anti-bacterial properties. Finally I also recommend including a daily probiotic like CanXida Restore (Formula RST) which has 6 beneficial probiotic strains to help with dysbiosis. The more you can do to support your gut health, the better chance it has at fighting against the bad bugs.
Question: Is there any truth to the notion that NAG can make candida more virulent?
There have been a few studies done on the expression of NAG genes and changes in virulence and morphology in Candida. You can find a study by P Singh, 2001 and also by M Manczinger, 2015 were they disrupted the N-acetylglucosamine pathways in Candida which resulted in less virulence and also was less adherent to human cells in the gastrointestinal tract. Signaling through the N-acetylglucosamine pathway is essential for hyphal growth in Candida and for its virulence and pathogenic functions, so in short yes,
NAG can make candida more virulent, but it is difficult to translate that to the clinical practice, so the recommendations for fighting Candida are still the same.
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