I’ve seen it time and time again, people will recover from Candida or another gut problem but then go back to their former lifestyle. Not long after, the problem comes back. I wrote about this in my Candida Crusher book.
Recovering for the long-term means, you need to stop drinking and eating poor quality food for the long-term. Even more important than permanent diet changes are the changes to your lifestyle that you need to maintain. It’s your lifestyle that will dictate your future, including the future of your health. As the saying goes, “People don’t decide their future, they decide their habits.” And the habits will decide the future for you, my friend.
The long-term adjustments you need to make for your health may mean that you must socialize with different people. It’s important to socialize with friends that will support your new, healthy lifestyle rather than drag you back to drinking and eating junk food.
One of the questions I get from clients who are finally addressing their digestive system is whether digestive enzymes can cause an allergic reaction. My answer to that is you’re not at likely to be allergic to digestive enzymes. As your gut adjusts to the supplements, you might get a bit of extra gas or bloating. Your weak digestive system has to get used to digesting food properly. There may be some discomfort, but I’ve certainly never seen an allergy.
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If you continue to drink beer and eat chocolate bars and the like, the digestive enzymes will cause even more discomfort. But the solution to that is not stopping the supplements – it’s changing your diet.
It can be helpful to incorporate lemon juice or apple cider vinegar into your diet. Both foods are excellent digestive aids in their own right. Clients who add these acids to their diet report a lot less bloating and gas. That would be my first suggestion to anyone experiencing some side effects from digestive enzymes.
Suggestion number two is to make sure you use a high-quality digestive enzyme. Check out my product, CanXida Restore, the one with the green label. This product contains multiple digestive enzymes and probiotics, which are particularly helpful when you are changing your diet. Take one capsule twice a day with meals. You don’t need to adjust your diet if you take digestive enzymes other than to avoid junk. Feel free to eat normal foods like meat, grains, vegetables, dairy, fruit, and healthy fats while taking CanXida Restore. I have not had anyone report an allergic reaction to CanXida Restore.
Don’t be afraid of digestive enzymes. They work very well for many people. The digestive enzymes improve your bowel function and facilitate digestion. And remember, lemon juice and apple cider vinegar are also excellent additions to your diet.