Question: I have been dealing with this candida thing for years now. I have tried multiple doctors and no diagnosis. Can you help?
Navigating the medical landscape in search of a proper diagnosis for candida can be frustrating. Many conventional doctors may overlook or be unfamiliar with the comprehensive range of symptoms associated with candida overgrowth. This often leads to patients hopping from one doctor to another in search of answers.
Reasons for the Challenge:
- Candida overgrowth can present a myriad of symptoms that are non-specific, meaning they could be associated with several different health conditions. These include fatigue, bloating, mood swings, and more.
- While there are tests like the stool analysis for candida, they are not always routinely administered or might not be the first recommendation.
- Symptoms of candida overgrowth can mimic or coincide with other medical conditions, making it challenging to pinpoint without comprehensive assessment.
Navigating the Challenge:
- Consider consulting with a naturopath or a healthcare professional who has specific knowledge about candida and its complexities.
- Stool test can provide a more accurate insight into gut health and the presence of candida overgrowth.
- Providing a thorough and detailed medical history, including dietary habits, can offer valuable clues.
- Equip yourself with knowledge. The more you understand about candida, the better you can communicate your concerns and symptoms. We have thousands of videos and articles you can go through and share with your doctor.
- Engaging in communities or groups of individuals who have experienced similar health challenges can offer insights and shared experiences.
The best tip we can give you is to find a naturopath that has seen a lot of cases with candida. That’s the most important thing.
Question: Why do I have chronic gut problems?
The gut is often termed the “second brain” due to its extensive influence on overall health. Chronic gut problems are frequently a culmination of factors ranging from dietary choices, lifestyle, stress levels, and even the balance of beneficial vs. harmful bacteria in our intestines. By understanding the root causes and symptoms, one can tailor a dietary and lifestyle approach, like the MEVY (Meat, Eggs, Vegetables, Yogurt) diet, to support and restore gut health.
An overview of gut health
|Gut Health Issues||Chronic Digestive Problems Causes||Common Gut Diseases||Symptoms of Poor Gut Health|
|Imbalance of Gut Flora||Antibiotic Usage||IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome)||Bloating|
|Leaky Gut Syndrome||Poor Diet||Crohn’s Disease||Constipation or Diarrhea|
|Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO)||Chronic Stress||Ulcerative Colitis||Food Intolerances or Allergies|
|Gastritis||Excessive Alcohol Consumption||Gastric Ulcers||Abdominal Pain|
|Intestinal Dysbiosis||Environmental Toxins||Diverticulitis||Unexplained Weight Changes|
Some dietary recommendations for these gut issues.
|Diet for Gut Issues||Recommendations|
|Low FODMAP Diet||
Please note we have covered this topic in much more detail on our YouTube channel. This is just a short answer.
Question: I have heard candida can cause skin rashes and irritation can you share some natural remedies?
Skin rashes and irritations can be both uncomfortable and challenging to manage. While there are countless over-the-counter and prescription treatments available, there are also natural remedies. These treatments, derived from nature, often offer fewer side effects and can be just as effective as traditional methods. Below, we’ve detailed a range of natural solutions to combat skin irritations and enhance overall skin health.
|Natural Remedy||Benefits||How to Use||Considerations/Side Effects|
|Aloe Vera Gel||Anti-inflammatory, soothes irritated skin||Apply directly to affected area||May cause allergic reaction in some individuals|
|Oatmeal Bath||Soothes itching, moisturizes skin||Add finely ground oatmeal to a warm bath||Avoid hot water as it can further irritate the skin|
|Coconut Oil||Moisturizes skin, anti-inflammatory||Apply directly to affected area||Ensure it’s virgin coconut oil; may cause breakouts if one’s skin is acne-prone|
|Chamomile Tea Compress||Reduces inflammation and soothes skin||Soak a cloth in chamomile tea and apply to the rash||May cause allergic reaction in those allergic to ragweed|
|Apple Cider Vinegar||Antimicrobial, helps prevent infections||Dilute with water and dab on affected area||Ensure dilution to avoid skin burns; test on a small patch of skin first|
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