Question: How do you get proper nutrition when it is necessary to take blood thinners due to needing an artificial heart valve.
Unfortunately some of the herbs found in the CanXida Remove formula like Oregano, Grapefruit seed and Berberine can interact with blood thinning medication and increase the risk of brusing/bleeding so it is not advised to be taken together. Some antibiotics and antifungals can also interact with blood thinners like Warfarin so always work with a health care provider to look for a safe option for you. You can benefit from taking a high quality probiotic that contains multiple benficial strains that target Candida including lactobacillus Acidophillus and Bifidobacterium. Probiotics also create an unfavorable environment for yeast to grow by lowering the pH of the gut and directly overcrowding the yeast preventing it from growing.
CanXida Restore contains 18 billion CFU from six different probiotic strains,working together to help balance your gut flora. It also contain digestive and systemic enzymes, which aim to eradicate excess yeast and improve digestion. Since standard antifungal therapy is not recommended for you, you can benefit from adding natural antifungal foods as part of a healthy low sugar low inflammatory diet to starve the yeast. Focus on low starch veggies, low sugar fruits and anti-inflammatory foods like fish and flax seeds. Avoid refined grains, added sugars, alcohol, dairy and processed foods. Foods with antifungal properties to include are coconut oil, garlic, onion, ginger, bone broth, turmeric, and cinnamon. You can also add aloe vera, cabbage juice, L-glutamin and Omega-3 to support the gut barrier and increase gut immunity. Finally focus on lifestyle changes to improve sleep, excercise and manage stress.
Question: I have leaky gut and candida overgrowth I also have food intolerances that act like it is my immune system is attacking my neck I also have histamine intolerance my skin breaks out into a rock or just like random rash are there that itches sometimes Burns my tongue has got white on it and my taste buds have been a little swollen I’ve been to the dentist they say no oral cancer and ENT doctor keeps telling me this is normal like what the heck I would love your input on this thank you
When it comes to preventing and treating food intolerances including histamine, gut health is essential. Food intolerances can sometimes be linked to Candida overgrowth. This is due to intestinal permeability often known as Leaky Gut Syndrome, which is frequently caused by Candida. An imbalance in the intestinal flora leads to a Candida overgrowth which attaches to the intestinal walls and is able to form tiny gaps in the gut wall which allows for food particles and Candida toxins to escape. These particles are then attacked by the immune system causing a lot of inflammation and sensitivity to foods. To eliminate or reduce food sensitivities and other digestive issues like constipation, bloating, belching and gas, the best strategy is to treat the underlying cause and start healing the gut. Following a low sugar Candida diet is a great start, but you should also consider some supplements that can help to repair the gut and restore its integrity.
Besides removing offending foods (namely refined carbs and sugars) you need to help eradicate the yeast overgrowth with antimicrobial therapy.Second, increasing your intake of soluble fiber will help remove waste through your intestines more quickly and reduce toxin load. Psyllium husk, beans, and oat bran are all good examples. Finally it is important to add a high quality probiotic. Probiotics perform very important tasks during a Candida cleanse. They help to rebalance the microflora in your gut, regulate acidity in your intestines, and boost your immune system.
Question: Ive currently just ordered trans-resveratrol, l-glutamine, spilanthes tincture, pshyillium husk, bentonite clay, organic milk thistle and Probiotics (Saccharomyces boulardii) and digestive enzymes. I was wondering if all of these are safe to be taken together? What would you recommend taking first and at what dose and when to introduce other treatments?
Trans-resveratol is an antioxidant which has cardio-protective and anti-inflammatory benefits. Taking resveratrol along with medications that slow blood clotting might increase the risk of bruising and bleeding. Glutamine is an important amino acid with many functions in the body and has a special role in intestinal health. It helps maintain the barrier between the intestines, and has been shown to boost gut immunity. Medications used to prevent seizures interacts with glutamine. Spilanthes tincture is commonly used for tootaches and mouth pain.Spilanthes should not be taken alongside diuretics as they may increse urination and risk of side effects. As with any dietary or herbal supplement, you should advise your health care practitioner of the use of any of these supplements and interactions. Psyllium husk is a fiber supplement with powerful laxative and a prebiotic properties which can help prevent constipation and restore intestinal healthy flora. Psyllium supplements may reduce or delay the absorption of certain medications.
As a rule, you should take psyllium at least 1 hour before or 2 to 4 hours after taking other medications/supplements. Milk thistle is often promoted for its liver-protecting effects. Taking milk thistle might affect metabolism of certain medication such as diazepam, warfarin and others. Talk to your doctor before taking milk thistle with any other medication. Bentonite clay may bind to some drugs when taken together, and prevent their absorption so avoid using it with any other medication. Sacharomyces boulardii is a healthy probiotic strain that helps to restore the integrity of the gut muccosa and boosts your immune support. Digestive enzymes help in cases of malabsorption to restore proper digestion and shouldn’t interfere with most medication. Make sure to take them at least 3 hours apart as the enzymes can render probiotic less effective when taken together.
Disclaimer: This article intends to provide general insights and may not apply to individual cases. It is essential to consult with a healthcare professional to ensure that any vitamin supplementation.