If you’re considering both a Candida cleanse and a liver detoxification, the truth is there are no rules here. Some people do a mild liver detox and then go on the Candida cleanse. And other people do it the other way around.
My question to you is, have you been drinking alcohol much? If you drink quite a bit of alcohol, I suggest stopping that for a while. In the case of daily alcohol use, it makes sense to do a short liver detox before the Candida cleanse. The same is true if you’re a daily chocolate consumer, take regular pharmaceutical medication, or are taking anything that can be harmful to the liver if used in large amounts for long periods. Anyone in those types of situations is best served by cutting the habit down, doing a bit of a liver cleanse, and then embarking on a Candida cleanse.
In about 80% of cases, it’s not necessary to do a liver detox first. The Candida Crusher approach, particularly the Candida cleanse, doesn’t involve going cold turkey. We are slowly going to take away things like alcohol and chocolate over two weeks. If you take all the crap out of your diet and start eating better quality food, and take a few supplements to remove Candida, add digestive enzymes, and provide probiotics, you’re going through a cleanse anyway.
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Unless you’re extremely toxic, you won’t need to do any liver cleansing before Candida cleansing. Follow my program in candida crusher. If you follow the three-stage Candida Crusher diet, it’s very cleansing for the body, even on its own. Of course, you wouldn’t be eating crappy foods or drinking alcohol on the Candida Crusher diet, so it’s a detox anyways.
Some patients do a Candida cleanse, and then after that, do a thorough detoxification program involving colonics and fasting. Sometimes it’s best done well down the track, even the following year. Don’t be in a hurry. The main thing is to change your eating habits and your lifestyle habits now, so your body slowly gets on track. That will mean that when you do undertake a detox over time, you’re not going to crash and burn and feel like death warmed up. It makes a lot of sense to me. Give it a try.