Your Questions Answered: Homemade Clabbered Milk, Fasting Before Taking CanXida & Replenshing Your Microbiome

Question: What is your opinion about homemade clabbered milk to help restore gut bacteria?

Clabbered milk can be made by allowing fresh, unpasteurized milk to ferment which will sour and thicken. When dealing with Candida overgrowth, eating fermented foods can actually make the condition worse. While fermented foods do feed your gut’s population of beneficial probiotics, they also can feed Candida. Also some fermented foods already contain yeast, which can contribute to your gut’s overgrowth. Fermented foods like clabbered milk are prepared using lacto-fermentation process in which bacteria, yeast, and other microobes break down the sugar in food and convert it to lactic acid. The problem is that this is hardly a clean and neat process. While good bacteria or probiotics are present, bad bacteria and yeast are also present during the fermentation process. This is especially true in homemade preparations like clabbered milk. If you have Candida, I recommend eliminating fermented foods that feed Candida. Dairy is also a highly inflammatory food. Inflammation damages your gut lining, which is already leaky due to an overgrowth of Candida. This allows the yeast to continue realeasing toxins. However, probiotics contain good bacteria, which support your microbiome by protecting the cells in your intestinal wall from invading pathogens by crowding them out and breaking them down. Probiotics also promote the repair of damaged tissue by supporting your immune system and your gut cells, which keeps your intestinal lining in good condition. For these reasons it is recommend for anyone dealing with Candida overgrowth to take a high-quality daily probiotic like CanXida Restore. The three steps to eliminate Candida include starving it with a low sugar/ lo carbohydrate diet (avoid femrented foods), attack it by taking antifungals that destroy Candida’s cell walls like Remove and repopulate your gut with good bacteria with a probiotic like Restore.

Question: I’m fasting and taking the remove, restore and rebuild a long with my fast. I want to know whether those supplements break my fast?

Taking the CanXida Remove, Restore and Rebuild fromulas won’t break your fast since they don’t have calories a.k.a energy for your body to utilize. Rebuild and Remove are best taken with meals. Antifungal ingredients like caprylic acid and oregano leaf extract are best taken with a meal since their powerful compounds can burn your stomach. Make sure your meal has a healthy fat such as olive oil or avocado, as it helps absorb fat-soluble vitamins that are present in Rebuild. Restore has probiotics and it comes with enzymes too. For these enzymes to work to the best of their abilities, they need to be taken on an empty stomach. You don’t want them to be used to digest the food in your stomach, you want them to work on the biofilms and yeast cell walls in your gut. It is recommended to take them seaprately (at least 2 hours apart from an antifungal) since natural antifungals have anti-bacterial properties and kall kill the probiotics in the capsule. You can take Remove and Rebuild with your first meal for them to be best absorbed, and then take Restore right before going to be for the enzymes to work.

Question: Why has no one yet offer a way to replenish one’s Microbiome? I have Gas and Blotting all the time since I took Antibiotics when I had Lyme Disease.

A lot of functional medicine practitioners focus on gut health and helping the restore the microbiome’s natural balance.The first step is to Remove anything that’s irritating the gut, including foods like caffeine, alcohol, sugar, and processed food. It’s possible that you may also have intolerances, sensitivities, and allergies that are affecting your gut’s health. Aspirin, ibuprofen, ntibiotics and heartburn remedies can cause digestive dysfunction. While not easy to remove, stress releases cortisol which can cause inflammation in your digestive tract. Infections, pathogens, and bacteria can all affect your gut health, too. Depending on your health condition, you might be lacking certain elements that are crucial to digestion like stomach acid, and digestive enzymes. It’s also possible that you’re deficient in some nutrients. The replace phase of your gut-healing plan 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, calcium, zinc, and magnesium, supplements or foods high in those nutrients can help replenish your body and heal your gut. The third step is Restoring which means returning the collection of good gut bacteria that helps your immune, metabolic, and digestive health. This can be done with a probiotic supplement and adding fermented foods. Finally we want to create the ideal environment that supports long-term relief and gut-healing. It’s time to Repair the intestinal mucosa and cells, reduce inflammation, and encourage our microbiome to live happily in our digestive tract.This step includes incorporating into your diet foods that are high in zinc and amino acids, like bone broth and supplements like L-glutamine, aloe vera, slippery elm, and marshmallow.

Disclaimer: It’s crucial to consult with your healthcare professional before making any changes to your health regimen or when experiencing symptoms.