Your Questions Answered: Serrapeptase With CanXida, EBV Flare Ups & Candida Lusitaniae Infectio

Question: I have just started on the Candida remove restore & waiting on the delivery of rebuild. I have been taking Serrapeptase 250000 for yrs & have quite a supply. Should I continue this when I start on the rebuild?

When fighting a Candida overgrowth, one of the biggest problems that your immune system faces is biofilms. Biofilms can be tough to break down, even with recommended combination of probiotics and antifungals. This is especially true for longer-term cases of Candida. If you can’t break down that biofilm, fighting Candida becomes much more difficult. Long-term Candidiasis can lead to resistance of certain antimicrobials which is why a good stool test can also reveal sensitivities to antifungal therapy. Systemic enzymes are a tool that can help to break down those Candida biofilms more quickly. Serrapeptase is a natural, systemic enzyme that helps fight biofilms and reduce inflammation. Other systemic enzymes include nattokinase, chitosanase and beta-glucanase with the ability to break down yeast cell walls and Candida biofilms. You can take serrapetase enzymes alone or also include CanXida Restore which includes systemic and digestive enzymes that have biofilm-busting capabilities.

CanXida Restore also has 6 probitoics strains containing Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium which are essential to change the gut pH and compete with Candida so that it can no longer thrive. Systemic enzymes are best taken at least three hours apart from other supplements, for example you can take the probiotic before a meal then wait 3-4 hours after a meal to take a systemic enzymes. Additonally you can add gut immunity support with CanXida Rebuild formulated with gut barrier compounds to help boost immunity which includes glutamic acid, slippery elm, ginger root, bereberine, zinc and B vitamins.

Question: I have been following you for like 8 years. I have chronic candida and flare ups with EBV and now suffering with an unknown virus for one month, so many labs and no diagnosis. UGH. I have done the rigid candida diet and eat almost entirely organic now and always feel hungry and I lose weight so quickly as I have super high cortisol and fast metabolism. I have taken anti candida supplements for years as well and can’t find a good naturopath to help me globally.

Viral infections are oftentimes very difficult to get rid of. The best approach if your are comming out of a viral infection is 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 am suffering from a candida lusitaniae infection that seeded in my hip replacement 2016 and spread into my bone and thru my muscle jan 2020 they found and drained 275ml candida fluid out of my illiac muscle which caused it to go on the attack and spread thru my bone up my spine and into brain and eyes and joints.i was constantly on my death bed from this fluid ruputing out of my muscles ,i was put on 800mg fluconezone and have been on that ever since,went thru a 2 stage hip revision and much infected bone removed and muscle debrided,iam still suffering and the medical doctors are clueless,i just started regulating what i put into my body,this stuff is going to kill me if i dont do somthing,i spent 2 years in a bed ,lost everything and had to move back in with my parents at 41 yo,ive been a carpenter/home remodeler all my life and due to the surgerys am unable to do that any more ,iam still being affected by what i call the infection flu last time was for 14 days just a week ago i started feeling better,,very bad stuff,iam living on disability getting 794$ a month which is a struggle in itself, I was wondering if you have any experience with anything similer to my case or any advice. thank you for your time and God bless you.

Candida can adhere to a biomaterial surface such as a medical impants by producing extracellular polymers, leading to the formation of a microbial biofilm. C. albicans can develop biofilms on the surface of many materials used in implants. Due to factors such as the long duration of operations, there is a higher risk for Candida infection of hip prostheses than other joint prostheses. Early signs and symptoms of a Candida infection in the impant area include pain and swelling in the surgical area, late wound healing, erythema and fever.

A strong immune system is your first line of defense against a Candida overgrowth. In addition to your probiotics and antifungals, there are a number of ways to help your body cope with these illnesses and rebuild your immune system. Since 70% of the immune system is found in the gut a healthy balance of bacteria in your gut can help boost immunity. Lactobacilli and Bifidobacterium bacteria increase the effectiveness of the immune system and help your body to fight off pathogens. A multivitmin that contains immune-boosting nutrients like Vitamin C, D, zinc and magnesium like CanXida Rebuild can also give you better chance at fighting infections. You can try some herbal remedies to reduce stress on your immune system like ashwagandha and licorice root. Reishi and echinacea are also good to stimulate production of white blood cells. Make sure to impleemt lifestyle changes as well to support your immune system such as lowering stress and caffeine intake and icnreasing gentle excercise.

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.