Candida is well-known to cause constipation in many people, and it does so by several different mechanisms. It’s incredible how Candida affects the bowel and many other aspects of your digestive function.
I’ve seen Candida linked to several different functional conditions of the gut, especially irritable bowel syndrome. I’ve also seen Candida linked to inflammatory bowel disease.
I believe that many people get chronically sick after they have a big disturbance in their GI tract. The GI tract can take a lot of punishment. But, when it eventually goes out of whack, when it becomes imbalanced and harmful bacteria, parasites, and Candida arrive, it creates a real mess.
Then, slowly, but surely, the patient develops symptoms. Shortly after that, the patient gets medical aid, which doesn’t do anything to reduce the Candida levels. The patient gets sicker and sicker. That’s how it goes, unfortunately.
Constipation is a hallmark symptom of Candida. That’s why when I see a new client with Candida, I always ask, “Did you take antibiotics before you developed constipation? Did you take several rounds? Have you been on a high sugar diet? Have you been eating a lot of processed foods that could have contributed to Candida overgrowth?”
Of all those questions, the $64,000 question is the one about taking antibiotics. Sometimes they were prescribed for acne. Other times the antibiotic was given for a dental infection or a urinary tract infection.
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Candida creates many different toxins, including one that slows down the movement of stool through the bowel. It almost paralyzes parts of the digestive system. It’s frightening what this organism can do.
If you’ve had serious constipation for a long time that isn’t responding to treatment, it’s time to get a comprehensive stool analysis. See if the lab can culture Candida from your stool. If it can’t, look for significant amounts of harmful bacteria or a lack of beneficial bacteria. There are certain types of bacteria, such as Klebsiella and Citrobacter, that can cause symptoms like those caused by Candida. The Candida problem you think you have may turn out to be a bacterial issue.
Check out the antimicrobial product I developed, CanXida Remove. CanXida Remove targets Candida, harmful bacteria, and parasites. It has a broad-spectrum of action.
If you take a product like CanXida Remove when you’re constipated and you notice a significant improvement, what does it tell you? It tells you that CanXida Remove has cleared something up and allowed the bowel tone to improve. That’s precisely the result you want.