Question: I’ve had my hair analysed and it’s results are overgrowth of Candida and staphylococcus. I have had Candida for over 30 years. I now have severe Rheumatoid Arthritis and Cerebellar Ataxia. My question is do you think that the Candida has a relationship to RA and CA. By getting rid of the Candida do you think my RA and CA will improve?
There is an increasing amount of research on the gut microbiome. The microorganisms living in your gut can have a direct link with autoimmune diseases like arthritis. Yeast overgrowth, especially candida, can weaken the immune system, leaving individuals more vulnerable to diseases. Numerous studies have explored the relationship between candida and the onset of autoimmune conditions. For instance, research has discovered that candida can exacerbate inflammation in arthritic joints. Candida has also been found to cause an inflammatory response by increasing TH17 cells (PMID: 22719976), which are implicated in conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, and Crohn’s disease.
The association between rheumatoid arthritis and sporadic ataxia is less direct. Some studies suggest rheumatoid arthritis might lead to central nervous system damage which, in turn, could cause sporadic ataxia. It’s worth noting that specific protein sequences in gluten bear similarities to the proteins in candida yeast. This similarity has led some researchers to hypothesize that both could trigger similar disease responses. Moreover, celiac disease, another autoimmune condition, can lead to acute ataxia.
Addressing inflammation is vital for those suffering from arthritis, and diet is a significant factor in this battle. Consuming anti-inflammatory foods such as flaxseeds, wild fish, berries, vegetables, and spices can make a considerable difference. Probiotics are another natural means to mitigate inflammation. High-quality probiotics, like the ones we offer, include beneficial bacteria that produce short-chain fatty acids, excellent agents for reducing inflammation. These beneficial bacteria also play a pivotal role in managing overgrown pathogens like candida, as they compete for resources, making them effective in combating candida overgrowth.
Additionally, incorporating a potent antifungal can aid in eradicating candida colonies in the gut, which subsequently reduces the number of inflammatory toxins circulating in the body.
Question: Do you think that deworming with Diatomaceous earth food grade is a natural and safe option for my family?
If you suspect the presence of parasites or have been diagnosed with a parasitic infection, consider diatomaceous earth as a natural remedy. This substance is known to eliminate intestinal parasites gently. Its mechanism works by dehydrating the exoskeleton of worms. For human or pet consumption, always ensure that you use food-grade diatomaceous earth. Remember, the effectiveness of diatomaceous earth hinges on its consistent use over time.
We strongly advise consulting with a naturopath to determine the appropriate dosage for you and your family. Alongside diatomaceous earth, there are several antiparasitic herbal remedies such as berberine, black walnut, oregano oil, and garlic extract. They have been traditionally used to eliminate and prevent the adhesion of parasites to the intestinal lining. We offer a supplement, CanXida Remove, which encompasses antiparasitic, antibacterial, and antifungal herbal remedies, aiding in the removal of parasites from the gut. Leveraging a combination of multiple antiparasitic natural remedies can potentially offer a synergistic effect, making the treatment more potent than using a single remedy. In addition, integrating natural foods like diatomaceous clay and papaya seeds can further enhance the parasite elimination process.
For a robust microbial balance in the gut and heightened gut immunity against pathogens, consider a high-quality probiotic.
Question: I have an extremely itchy rashy skin which is round also. I was told it was ringworm but then been told it’s some form of fungal infection. I have not responded to treatment I’ve seen naturopaths in the past and prescribed heaps of tablets with no results. Will the remove product remove this infection.
The CanXida Remove formula is designed to address gut infections resulting from fungal overgrowth. Antifungals play a crucial role in breaking down the biofilms that fungi produce, thereby assisting your immune system in its elimination. Natural antifungal compounds originate from plant extracts, which plants utilize to counteract fungi. Some well-established natural antifungals are caprylic acid, oregano oil, garlic, berberine, and grapefruit seed extract.
CanXida Remove is enriched with effective antifungals that combat systemic infections caused by intestinal fungal overgrowth. While oral antifungals can be beneficial for localized infections, there might be a need for direct treatment on the infected area. Over-the-counter topical creams such as Clotrimazole or Ketoconazole can be used for this purpose. It’s crucial not to scratch or pick at the rash during treatment to prevent increased risks of infection and potential scarring. After applying the cream, always wash hands thoroughly with soap and water. Maintaining excellent hygiene is imperative when handling skin fungal infections. The skin should be kept clean, and most importantly, dry. Regularly change clothes and towels, ensuring they remain dry.
If there’s no noticeable improvement from using topical antifungals, natural remedies like tea tree oil, oregano oil, apple cider vinegar, and coconut oil can be considered. For effective results, it’s vital to remain consistent with the treatment regimen. Whether using antifungal creams or oils, they should be applied twice daily on clean, dry skin for a duration of four weeks. Concurrently, an oral natural antifungal such as CanXida Remove can be advantageous. Moreover, we recommend a high-quality probiotic to augment your immune system, facilitating the eradication of the infection.
Disclaimer: The information provided here is based on current research and is intended for informational purposes only. Always consult with a healthcare professional before making any changes to your health or treatment regimen.