Question: In December 2021, I developed food sensitivities and was diagnosed with H. Pylori, treated by antibiotics without improvement. Subsequent comprehensive stool tests revealed leaky guts, Hydrogen and Methane dominant SIBO, a positive result for Eggerthella Lanta, and various other imbalances in my gut (e.g., low Microbiome diversity, elevated Zonulin, etc.). My diet is now limited to basmati white rice, chicken broth, baked potatoes, and grilled chicken. I’ve lost significant weight and often feel dizzy from hunger. I purchased all five CanXida products from your store. I’m taking half a CanXida Remove daily and CanXida Restore at bedtime. Considering my limited diet and symptoms, is this product regimen appropriate?
Antibiotics are often used to treat SIBO. However, studies show that despite treatment with antibiotics, recurrence develops in almost half of all patients within one year. One study comparing treatment with rifaximin (common antibiotic for SIBO) and botanical antimicrobials showed slightly better outcomes with the botanicals but more than one course of treatment was needed. Successful treatment must include addressing the underlying cause, or risk factor. For some people who have diffciult to treat SIBO, problems in gut motility are one of the most common factor. Studies have demonstrated that patients with SIBO have significant delays in small bowel transit time. This suggests that patients with SIBO, who do not recover after antibiotics may benefit from herbal botanicals in addition to a prokinetic agent, which increases the muscular contractions of the small bowel. Octreotide and low dose naltrexone are two such options that are being investigated, and may help treat some cases of SIBO. If you need support in dealing with SIBO, consider working with a functional medicine or nutritionist specialized in SIBO, they can help you navigate some food intolerances to prevent further weight loss.
Working on healing the gut can help with increased absorption of nutrients and increased gut immunity. 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 like 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.
Question: I got Covid 5 weeks ago and am having some lingering effects. (Probably because of Candida and inflammation). During this time I stopped the Candida supplements and concentrated on just vitamins. Is it safe to start back up on the supplements even with some lingering covid symptoms or any other suggestions would be helpful. I was on steroids for a while with covid which set me back some.
If your are comming out of a COVID infection it is important to focus on supporting your immune system. You can start incorporating immune-supportive plants like echinacea, elderberry, licorice, and medicinal mushrooms (reishi, shiitake, lion’s mane, turkey tail). It also important to take enough immune-boosting nutrients especially vitamins A, C, D-3 and zinc in sufficient amounts. A multivitamin like CanXida rebuild is key to support healthy mucosal cells and boost your immune system. Using antimicrobial hebrs like garlic, oregano, berberine have broad-spectrum antimicrobial action, meaning they can target, bacteria, yeast, parasites and viral infections and they help produce a more acidic environment that is “hostile” to the microorganisms that are out of balance. (Yeast loves an alkaline environment). It’s best to start slowly taking small doses of Remove to avoid taxing the immune system and liver after an intense viral infection.
Maintaining a healthy and diverse gut microbiome helps keep pathogenic species from overpopulating. The body’s various microbiomes (gut, urinary, lungs, skin) are all interconnected. Acid producing probiotics like acidophilus and lactobacillus produce small amounts of lactic and acetic acid, helping to rebalance the pH in your intestine to limit growth of Candida. Make sure to focus on eating a low carbohydrate diet that is immune supportive. Keep your carbohyrate intake (starches and added sugars) to a minimum. Sugar is a favorite food source for Candida. Eat a whole foods diet high in vitamin C (ascorbic acid), rich with antioxidants and dietary fiber. Incorporate foods with probiotics, such as yogurt or kefir with live cultures. Always remeber you can support your body as well with adequate sleep, stress management, and excercise.
Question: I’m a c6 quadriplegic with a suprapubic . I have Pseudomas Aeruginosa in my bladder. I was in hospital treated with antibiotics but that did not help clear the bacteria. Will CanXida Remove clear the bacteria from my bladder?
Bladder infections can be extremely frustrating when they keep reccuring (about 80% of them). This could be due to antibiotic resistance of the bacteria. Some important considerations in your case is adequate care of the suprapubic cathether to prevent recourring infections. Wash your hands (or your caretaker) before you handle the catheter. Clean the area around the catheter with soap and water daily. Keep the drainage bag lower than your bladder to keep urine from backing up. Clean the bag every day and let it air dry. Empty the drainage bag when it is full or at least every 8 hours. Hydrating. Drinking plenty of water is KEY for urinary tract health. If you’re currently fighting or trying to prevent a bladder infection, proper hydration has been shown to decrease UTI incidence.
Cranberry juice or cranberry extract prevents bacteria from clinging to the urinary tract. D-mannose prevents the adhesion of bacteria to the urinary tract walls. Some Pseudomonas infections require an aggressive approach with powerful antibiotics. The earlier the treatment begins, the more effective it is in stopping the infection. CanXida Remove which contains herbs like oregano, grapefruit seed, berberine and caprylic acid (biofilm disruptor) can inhibit bacterial growth and disrupt bacterial biofilms often seen in pseudomans infection especially in catheters.
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.