Your Questions Answered: Pyrrole Disorder CanXida, Candida Causing Teeth Grinding & Diverticulitis IBS With Candida

Question: I conclude I have pyrrole disorder. I see how I got into the rabbit hole. Healing is painful. I have celtic blood, 99.9 %. Pyrrole disorder runs in celtic blood. I will be testing for this disorder. I noted how great Canxida worked. I stayed at one pill daily. As two, and three, put me to sleep for a few hours. Oh, I rest, I really needed your product. Is pyrrole disorder on your radar ? I’m tired, so perhaps more liver. Can you suggest any tips.

Pyroluria is a condition that causes the body to overproduce something known as kryptopyrroles, which are metabolites from hemoglobin. Pyroluria has a genetic component but it is also induced by oxidative stress in the body. Symptoms like anxiety, and mood swings can be common. Since pyroluria is a stress-related condition it is important to support the body to help decrease these stressors. Adequate nutrition is very important since kryptopyrroles bind to zinc and B6 and deplete them from the body through urine.

Pyroluria has been linked to intestinal permeability which allows kryptopyrroles to recirculate in the blood, so it is important to address gut health as well. Therapy for managing this condition includes supplementation with vitamin B6, zinc, and GLA. You can take them alone or in the form of a multivitamin like CanXida Rebuild which has your daily recommended allowance for zinc and B6 and has additional minerals like manganese and additional herbs to support your digestive system. To address the possible intestinal permeability it is important provide digestive support through probiotics and digestive enzymes.

You can help repair your intestinal barrier with additional products like L-glutamine and omegas. The CanXida Rebuild contains B vitamins and slippery elm which also help with your intestinal barrier. Make sure to address your sleep, stress, diet and and exercise as well to give your body the best support possible.

Question: Would candida cause or contribute towards teeth grinding and tension

People who clench their teeth at night, often times have an underlying Candida (yeast) problem in their gut. Candida feeds on sugar and carbohydrates, including those in saliva. When you sleep, the Candida ‘makes’ you clench your teeth to produce more saliva, so it can feed and grow. This is why when treating a Candida problem; one must eliminate sugar and carbohydrates from the diet. Battling a chronic infection like Candida can put your liver under a lot of stress to clear out all mycotoxins, so trying to minimize lifestyle factors that can be are harmful to the liver helps, such as medications like acetaminophen, alcohol (even small amounts can be harmful), sugar and artificial sweeteners especially in sodas, and smoking. A diet high in fiber creates more frequent bowel movements which shorten the time of Candida’s metabolites from being absorbed. Take a high quality probiotic and digestive enzymes.

A good probiotic will help rebalance the bacteria in the gut that create a healthier gut environment for Candida to stop thriving. Digestive enzymes help break down and absorb nutrients more efficiently in the gut which prevents excess food fermentation by yeast. Additionally you can support you liver with a good multivitamin like CanXida Rebuild formulated with gut barrier compounds to help heal leaky gut which includes glutamic acid, slippery elm, ginger root, berberine, zinc and B vitamins.

Question: I suffer from ibs and diverticulitis and fibromyalgia. My tummy would suffer a lot. I have tried probiotics on 3 occasions and each time I have developed thrush. I have said to the health shop about this and they say probiotics are to prevent thrush. I also tried actimel drinks and after taking them for roughly 3 weeks I got thrush. Can you explain why I am like this?

Treatment for thrush typically involves antifungal medications given orally or topically for up to 14 days. However, infections can recur if the underlying causes aren’t addressed. Candida infections indicate disturbance in the balance of the body’s microflora, which can affect oral or vaginal health. Probiotics can help to restore this balance and aid the body’s response to pathogens like Candida. In oral Candida, research has found that probiotics compete with harmful pathogens in the mouth and improve immune response. The effects of probiotics include modifying oral pH and creating byproducts that interfere with Candida’s growth.

A review of studies found that many strains of probiotics, specifically Lactobacilli and Bifidobacteria species, significantly reduced oral and vaginal Candida counts in several subjects. Multi-strain probiotics tend to be more effective at improving rates of resolution and recurrence of thrush than single strain probiotics.

Probiotic supplement labels should contain 10^7 to 10^11 CFU for optimal effects. Lactobacillus strains are the most well-studied probiotics for anti-Candida effects. They are also the most common species in a balanced oral and vaginal microbiota. CanXida Restore contains 10^ 8 CFU of six different Lactobacillus strains that can help restore a balanced gut microbiome and optimize digestion and immune function. It includes the species Lactobacillus acidophilus and Lactobacillus casei, which both have documented anti-Candida effects. In addition a well-balanced diet high in critical nutrients and limited in simple sugars can boost immunity and help ward off infections like thrush. Finally consider any steps you could take to improve your oral health or body care routine.

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, especially Vitamin D, is safe and beneficial based on your specific health circumstances and requirements. This approach ensures that any supplementation undertaken is not only safe but also beneficial in bolstering your health.