I often get asked how I chose the specific strains of probiotics for my CanXida Restore product. Some people have suggested that I should have included strains with more specific actions such a T-cell regulation or downregulation of interleukin 10.
I made CanXida Restore after years of trying many different combinations of digestive enzymes and probiotics. I found that patients benefited the most when certain good quality enzymes and probiotics were married together.
We could debate for weeks, months, and years which particular strains to use in a probiotic capsule, but in the end, I don’t think it makes a big difference. The important thing is to include strains that have been proven scientifically to work well. Remember that the probiotic bacteria are the icing on the cake. You need to have a healthy diet and a healthy lifestyle as a starting point. There’s no point in looking at specific strains of bacteria if you haven’t got everything else working reasonably well for you in your diet.
In my opinion, the two most researched strains of lactobacillus when it comes to the immune system are rhamnosus and plantarum. One of the most researched strains of all lactobacilli is lactobacillus acidophilus DDS-1. I’ve had a thorough look at all the probiotic options and decided that DDS-1 was one of the most essential strains to include in CanXida Restore. I also included high-quality American lactobacillus rhamnosus and lactobacillus plantarum. Those three strains, along with digestive enzymes such as amylase, have been working well. If CanXida Restore is accomplishing what I set out to do, why would I change it?
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There is no point in making formulas containing probiotics with very specific actions unless you’re targeting a particular condition. CanXida restore is not meant for a specific condition. It’s a broad-spectrum digestive enzyme and probiotic mix suitable for a multitude of problems. It’s not a super heavy-duty product, but it’s also not a super light duty product. Based on the reviews so far, CanXida Restore seems to fit the bill quite nicely for thousands of people. I use CanXida Restore in my clinic daily, and occasionally we get negative feedback, but that’s the minority of cases. Most people
using CanXida Restore get good outcomes. For that reason, I have no plans to change the formulation.
I have used very specific strains of probiotics with patients in the past and found that either they had zero impact or caused significant side effects. That’s why I stick with basic probiotics like Lactobacillus rhamnosus, plantarum, and casei as well as Bifidobacterium longum and Bifidobacteria bifidum. These are the probiotics I like to use because, in my experience, these are the ones that work for most patients..