Your Questions Answered: Vitamins For Energy, Issues Coming Back & Complete Diet Change

Question: What are some good vitamins to get energy. I am always feeling tired.

We are sorry to hear that you’re always feeling tired. Fatigue can have many underlying causes, so it’s always important to consult with a healthcare professional to rule out any underlying conditions. That said, several vitamins and minerals are commonly associated with energy production and can support overall vitality when taken as part of a balanced diet or as supplements.

Here are some of them:

Vitamin/Mineral Role Sources
Vitamin B Complex Supports cellular energy production, brain function, and formation of red blood cells. Leafy greens, whole grains, meat, eggs, dairy products.
Vitamin D Supports bone health, immune function, and influences energy levels. Sun exposure, fatty fish, fortified foods, egg yolks.
Iron Vital for red blood cell production and oxygen transport. Red meat, poultry, lentils, beans, tofu, fortified cereals.
Magnesium Involved in enzymatic reactions including energy production. Nuts, seeds, whole grains, green leafy vegetables.
Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) Key role in producing energy in cells. Meat, poultry, fish.
Vitamin C Aids in iron absorption and antioxidant properties. Citrus fruits, strawberries, bell peppers, broccoli.
Folate (Vitamin B9) Helps convert food into energy and essential for red blood cell formation. Leafy greens, beans, peas, fortified cereals.
Iodine Essential for thyroid hormone production and metabolism regulation. Seaweed, dairy products, tuna, iodized salt.

Question: My issues come back when I stop taking Canxida. Can you help me?

If you’re experiencing issues when you stop taking Canxida (or any other treatment for Candida), some of the following reasons could be at play:

  • Medications, especially Antibiotics: Regular use of antibiotics or other medications can lead to recurrent Candida. Antibiotics target bacteria, allowing yeast to thrive. There are also antibiotics present in commercial poultry and possibly cattle, leading to ingestion of these medicines indirectly.
  • Dietary Sugars: Consuming a diet high in sugars, including high fructose corn syrup, artificial sugars, or excessive prebiotics like inulin, can promote Candida growth.
  • Alcohol Consumption: Regular alcohol intake, especially without giving your body breaks, can make you more susceptible to Candida.
  • Clothing and Hygiene: Factors include not changing into clean clothing post-workouts, wearing non-breathable fabrics, or not practicing good foot hygiene.
  • Hormonal Factors: Taking synthetic estrogens, such as those in some birth control pills, can trigger yeast infections. Other hormonal shifts like menopause or pregnancy can also be contributors.
  • Weakened Immunity: Stress, poor adrenal and thyroid function, deficiencies in essential vitamins and minerals can all weaken the immune system, making you more susceptible to infections.

If none of the above reasons apply to you and you’re still experiencing recurring Candida issues, it might be time for a more in-depth analysis. Consider undergoing a comprehensive stool analysis. This test will give you detailed insights into the microbiota present in your gut and can help pinpoint imbalances or specific pathogens that might be contributing to your symptoms. Additionally, consulting with a naturopath can provide you with a holistic approach to your health and potential natural remedies or lifestyle changes that can help.

Question: I had to completely change my diet in order to get rid of candida. I was taking CanXida Remove at the same time. Can I know why I had to completely change my diet in order for candida to go away?

For many a complete diet change is needed in order to get rid of candida.

Here are some of the reasons why dietary changes are necessary.

  • Candida thrives on certain types of foods, especially sugars and refined carbohydrates. When you consume these foods, you’re essentially providing fuel for the Candida to grow and multiply.
  • A diet high in processed foods, sugars, and unhealthy fats can disrupt the balance of good and bad bacteria in your gut. This can create an environment where Candida can proliferate uncontrollably.
  • A healthy diet supports a strong immune system. The immune system plays a crucial role in keeping Candida and other opportunistic pathogens in check.
  • Processed foods and sugars can make your gut more acidic, providing an ideal environment for Candida to thrive. A balanced diet helps maintain a more neutral pH level in the intestines, making it less hospitable for Candida.
  • Certain foods support the body’s detoxification pathways, helping to remove toxins that Candida might produce as it dies off.
  • A diet rich in anti-inflammatory foods can help reduce inflammation in the gut, which can be exacerbated by Candida overgrowth.
  • Fermented foods and those rich in fiber serve as food for beneficial gut bacteria. By promoting the growth of these beneficial microbes, you help them outcompete and suppress the growth of Candida.
  • While dietary changes address the root causes and create an environment where Candida can’t thrive, supplements like CanXida Remove are formulated to directly target and eliminate Candida and other unwanted organisms. Combining both approaches can make the treatment more effective.

In summary, while supplements can help target and eliminate Candida directly, dietary changes address the environment in the gut, ensuring that once the Candida is brought under control, it remains that way.

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The information and facts are intended to help and support, not replace, the relationship that exists between you and your doctor. The statements on this site have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Information is presented for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace the advice of your healthcare professional. Consult your doctor or health professional before starting a treatment or making any changes to your diet.