Probiotics are one of the most important things you can take when you’re doing a Candida cleanse. The best probiotic supplement to take on a Candida cleanse is one that includes digestive enzymes.
In my opinion, every single person undertaking a Candida Cleanse needs digestive enzymes. Sometimes what’s needed is to increase the output of hydrochloric acid in the stomach. More commonly, it’s the enzymatic activity of the pancreas that needs the most attention. Enzymes are necessary to help the pancreas breakdown fats, proteins, and carbohydrates.
We give Candida Cleanse clients both probiotics and digestive enzymes. Giving them both at the same time is a wise decision. You can buy two different types of supplements, or you can use a product that contains both enzymes and probiotics. I think the latter option is the best because it means the enzymes and probiotics are in the same place in the digestive tract at the same time. They function better like that.
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After years and years of combining different types of supplements, I thought, “Why not create a product that contains both the best digestive enzymes and the best probiotics? The result is the product I developed, CanXida Restore.
It’s fine to stay on probiotics for a fair amount of time. Three months, six months, or 12 months. Best to take one dose a day for an extended period than a larger amount for a shorter period. You’re going to get a much, much better outcome taking a low dose for a longer time.
It’s not enough to take probiotics and digestive enzymes. You also need to be eating the, whole foods that help support a healthy gut. There’s no point taking probiotics if you’re not eating good food to support those probiotics.
Don’t make the mistake of taking probiotics that also contain prebiotic sugars. Clients who have taken products like that end up with bloating, gas, and indigestion. When they go back to their practitioner, they’re told, “It’s die-off. Don’t worry about it.” What a load of crap. It’s not die-off. It’s sugar feed time.
Ninety percent of the time, adding probiotics to a Candida cleanse is going to be helpful. Just make sure you also take digestive enzymes and don’t take supplements that contain probiotics and prebiotics in the same capsule.