Question: I have severe abdominal distention like I’ve never seen, I lost 40 lbs weight unintentionally in 2 years now I am cachexia, I don’t have thrush or vaginal issues but I have no saliva and have had urinary urgency since last August all night long, now have tinnitus and pain and in neck knees and arms, both feet are numb. I wish I could show you a picture. Blood test shows Candida AB all positive and stool tests shows high bactericides , Candida, low diversity, no muciphila bacteria at all, awaiting results of GI Map test, negative for SIBO, SIgA was over 7,500 in 12/2020 on Genova test now it’s 40 low on Drs Data test, range 50-200. Seems like much more is going wrong other than Candida, in Dec 2020 Genova showed a 10 for microbiome dysbiosis and Candida then was a 2 out of 4. Help!
Candida and bacterial dysbiosis can make treatment more challenging because they are able to join forces and make standard therapy less effective. Treating dysbisosis requires a comprehensive treatment protocol which can take several months and up to years to resolve. Diet is the first step to focus on reducing symptoms caused by the bacterial and yeast overgrowth by reducing the main food source that they feed on. Certain carbs are going to cause symptoms including starches, grains, beans, sugar, dairy, and some fruit. Natural herbal antimicrobial like oregano oil, caprylic acid and grapefruit seed extract are highly effective against bacteria amd Candida. Focus on lifestyle habits that support your immune system including hydration, quality sleep, exercise, and stress management.
Question: In 2019 I got a systemic fungal infection from using antibiotic eye drops pre and post cataract surgery. Very severe. I do not deny I have had problems with fungal infections before but never like this. Drs. and nurses denied that eye drops go to the blood stream. How ridiculous. Anyway after months of battling it with no relief I found your product. But I also found out I have MCAS as well . It is really difficult to tell if the fungus is returning or I am reacting to something else with the MCAS. Anyway after months I have found I can take 1 Remove and 1 Restore once a month after weaning down to that over several months of consistent treatment and it keeps me under control. Best I have been in 3 yrs. since the surgery. Want to take advantage of the 50% off and plan to use it soon but just not at this moment. I plan to continue this plan until it no longer works. Hope that doesn’t happen. Thank you for continued support. Hope to hear back from you.
Candida albicans is a fungal species that naturally grows in the body. Candida overgrowth can be triggered by a number of things like a high sugar diet but especially after taking antibiotics. Candida overgrowth can trigger Mast Cell Activation Syndrome. The way it does this is the same with any type of infection. When candida overgrows, it triggers an immune response. Once the immune system is triggered, there is a release of histamine and other inflammatory molecules. In addition, some people develop IgE and IgG antibodies to Candida. That can make their reactions to candida worse. Candida produces symptoms like sugar cravings, oral trush, chronic sinus congestion and allergies by disrupting the healthy balance of bacteria. Candida can also cause these kinds of symptoms through inflammation and the immune response. If you have chronic candida it’s very hard to get rid of MCAS. This is because the immune system is burdened with producing an inflammatory response so it’s harder to keep candida in check in the gut. Most people with Mast Cell Activation Syndrome do best increasing supplements very slowly, starting with sprinkles. Always listen to your body and work with your health care practitioner. The best place to start is a low carb/low gugar diet and no alcohol. Biotin is an important B vitamin that keeps candida from changing into an invasive form (mycelial). Remove includes a high dose of biotin alongside the antifungals.
Question: I have been suffering with a series of debilitating symptoms over the past 5 years ranging from digestive issues, acid reflux, inflammation, hives and migraines. I have recently come across Canxida’s series of videos surrounding candida and histamine and am desperately looking for some further advice on how to formulate an effective treatment plan. I have been following the MEVY diet for 2 months now and taking the canxida supplements but am still dealing with histamine related issues and do not think my candida has cleared yet due to oral thrush and other symptoms still present. Can anyone from your team offer some advice as to whether I would benefit more from the candida diet CanXida proposes as it is likely candida is causing histamine intolerance or whether I would be better to maybe follow a low-histamine diet?
Candida overgrowth can trigger histamine intolerance. Just like any infection when candida overgrows, it triggers an immune response. Once the immune system is triggered, there is a release of histamine and other inflammatory molecules including IgE and IgG antibodies to Candida. That can make their reactions to candida worse. Candida produces symptoms through inflammation and the immune response. If you have chronic candida it’s very hard to get rid of histamine intolerance because the immune system is burdened with producing an inflammatory response so it’s harder to keep candida in check. Most people with histamine intolerance do best taking supplements very slowly. The best place to start is a low carb/low sugar diet and no alcohol. Sugar isn’t good for those with histamine intolerance and Candida because elevated insulin triggers mast cells and Candida antibodies. This type of diet will benefit both Candida and the release of histamine. Some common foods that are recommended for candida but are NOT recommended for histamine intolerance include clove, cinnamon, fermented vegetables, bone broth, and yogurt. These are high histamine foods. Work with a a health professional before reducing your foods further to avoid nutritional deficiencies.
Disclaimer: It’s crucial to consult with your healthcare professional before making any changes to your health regimen or when experiencing symptoms.