Last Updated on September 14, 2020
I had someone with Hashimoto’s thyroiditis ask me if it okay to take hydrochloric acid tablets while on CanXida.
The answer to that question is, “Yes.” Many people with Hashimoto’s don’t produce enough hydrochloric acid in their stomach. When taking CanXida Restore, it may be possible to reduce the dose of hydrochloric acid because the product contains digestive enzymes.
I also strongly recommend getting a comprehensive stool analysis in the presence of an autoimmune disorder like Hashimoto’s. Use either Genova Diagnostics out of North Carolina or Doctor’s Data out of Chicago. It’s vital that you know exactly what is going on in the bowel, and particularly with the small bowel when autoimmune issues are present.
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For nearly every one of my clients with an autoimmune condition, I found a bacteria infection. High amounts of Citrobacter and Klebsiella is a common stool test finding in people with autoimmune issues.
Often there is also a yeast infection. Sorting those issues out is very high-yield. If you start working on cleaning up the gut, you’re going to be pleasantly surprised by what the antibodies do over time. That’s my experience with the majority of people with autoimmunity. You can look in other places, but the gut is your foundational starting point really to get things right. CanXida Remove will help clean the gut up.
Hashimoto’s is one of the very few conditions where I believe getting off gluten is the right thing to do. I also recommend a period of strict gluten-free eating for psoriasis. There is lots of research linking gluten and Hashimoto’s, so it is vital to take all traces of that protein out of your diet.