A big mistake a lot of people make when undertaking a Candida cleanse is that they make changes to their diet far too quickly. If you do that, your system will crash, and you’ll find yourself fighting fatigue. For example, many people get it in their heads that carbohydrates are bad when they go on the Candida cleanse. They take every carbohydrate out of their diet and go full-blown keto. You don’t need to go on a fancy ketogenic diet. If you remove all carbs from your diet, your energy is going to go from hero to zero very quickly.
When you change your diet too quickly, you’re going to be tired. You’re going to have sore, tired muscles. You’re going to have low motivation. You could even have brain fog. You could be spaced out and dizzy. You could have low blood sugar, excessive yawning. You could be so tired you can barely function, and then you’ll probably put it down to Candida, or parasites, or a problem with your gut bacteria.
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Before you start on a cleanse, get a comprehensive stool analysis. The results of the stool test will tell you what problems you have in your gut and what foods are most compatible with your situation. A SIBO breath test can also provide useful information.
Not everyone needs the same diet. Many people I’ve seen don’t need a lot of probiotics. Some don’t need probiotics at all. They need something to help remove parasites or harmful bacteria.
Other people have got a severe lack of beneficial bacteria, and they’re going to have big problems with many carbohydrates. People in this situation may be better off changing the type of carbs they eat or the way they prepare their carbohydrates. A baked potato, for example, may be easier on their gut. Taking digestive enzymes can make carbohydrates more tolerable.
I recommend checking out CanXida Restore. This is a particularly good product if your energy goes down during a Candida cleanse, and you want to add some carbohydrates back into your diet. CanXida Restore results in a better breakdown of carbohydrates, less fermentation and gas, reduced brain fog, and lower levels of fatigue. CanXida Restore works well for many people.
Remember, “carbohydrate” is not a four-letter word. As long as you select the correct carb for your digestive system, you can keep them in your diet. Don’t let the food police tell you what to do with your diet. Determine which carbs sit well in your gut by experimentation.