Your Questions Answered: Weight Gain Weight Loss, Waterborne Disease & After Stool Test Results

Question: Is sudden gain weight or gain loss related to candida overgrowth or gut imbalance?

Absolutely, sudden weight changes, whether it’s weight gain or weight loss, can be associated with candida overgrowth or a general gut imbalance.

Candida and Weight Gain:

  • Candida releases toxins, leading to slowed metabolism, which can cause weight gain.
  • Candida thrives on sugar, and an overgrowth can lead to increased sugar cravings, contributing to weight gain.
  • An imbalanced gut can cause systemic inflammation, leading to water retention and weight gain.

Candida and Weight Loss:

  • An unhealthy gut can lead to poor nutrient absorption, which can cause weight loss.
  • Some individuals experience a reduced appetite due to gut-related issues.
  • An imbalanced gut can alter the metabolism, potentially leading to weight loss.

How to find out?

A stool analysis is an excellent step forward. It can provide valuable insights into the microbial makeup of your gut, showing if there’s an overgrowth of candida or other harmful pathogens. Knowing what’s happening in your gut is the first step towards addressing any issues.

While there can be numerous reasons for sudden weight changes, a gut imbalance or candida overgrowth can indeed play a role. Addressing the root of the problem, often starting with a proper diagnosis like a stool analysis, can pave the way for effective treatment and regaining control of one’s health.

Question: What countries where waterborne diseases or parasitic infections are common and which ones? I was on a trip recently and I believe I have gotten parasite infection so I was wondering if that is possible?

Yes. It’s possible. Here’s a list of countries and list of common waterborne diseases. We recommend you get a stool test done.

Country Common Waterborne Diseases/Parasitic Infections
India Cholera, Typhoid, Giardiasis, Amoebiasis
Nigeria Guinea worm disease, Schistosomiasis, Cholera
Kenya Cholera, Typhoid, Cryptosporidiosis
Bangladesh Cholera, Rotavirus, Giardiasis
Brazil Leptospirosis, Schistosomiasis, Cholera
Philippines Cholera, Typhoid, Leptospirosis
Vietnam Dysentery, Typhoid, Hepatitis A
Peru Giardiasis, Typhoid, Cholera
Haiti Cholera, Giardiasis, Typhoid
Yemen Cholera, Dysentery, Typhoid

Question: What should I do after I get my stool test results?

After receiving your stool test analysis results:

  • Carefully review the results, ensuring clarity on the levels of different microbes, including candida, in your gut.
  • While you may have an overview of the results, it’s vital to consult with a naturopath or gut health specialist who can interpret the intricate details.
  • Based on the findings, collaborate with the specialist to curate a specific dietary and supplement regimen tailored for your needs.
  • As you embark on the recommended protocol, consistently track any shifts or changes in your symptoms.
  • Depending on your progress and the advice of your specialist, consider re-testing after several months to evaluate the efficacy of your intervention.

At CanXida, we strongly advise initiating the process by consulting with a naturopath or a specific specialist who can request a stool analysis for you. This ensures accuracy in testing and potential follow-ups. Moreover, once you obtain the results, it’s paramount to share them with your doctor as they possess the expertise to accurately interpret and provide guidance based on the findings.

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