A couple of questions I’ve been asked are, “What is a good multivitamin to take for Candida?” If you’re undergoing Candida cleanse or if you’re on a Candida diet, is a multivitamin necessary?
My answer is that I think a multivitamin is a very good adjunct to your diet. You will be going through several diet changes during your Candida recovery. You’re taking some foods out, you’re putting some foods in, so it’s very easy to end up lacking a trace element.
Firstly, a diet change could bleed into a deficiency. Secondly, you’re also changing the ecology of your gut. Some bacteria are going to increase in number, and some may come down in number. You may benefit from a bit of an antimicrobial effect while you are cleansing.
It’s challenging to find a supplement that contains all the As, Bs, and Cs. You want your macro-minerals, your trace elements, all your vitamins, and an antimicrobial base.
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That’s the reason I created the product called CanXida Rebuild. I designed that product after using a multivitamin for my clients for years but wanting a version that included an antimicrobial base.
Most people who take CanXida Rebuild take one a day for six to twelve months. Other clients need more nutritional support and will take up to three per day. CanXida Rebuild slowly helps to build up the digestive system. It even contains mastic gum, which inhibits Helicobacter pylori.
Taking one CanXida Rebuild per day is going to have an excellent effect on straightening out the bugs in your gut while supplying the body with nutrition that it requires as you are going through a dietary transition.
If you’re going to take a multivitamin, take one with an antimicrobial base. There aren’t many options, but CanXida Rebuild is one that fits the bill.