I’ve been asked before if CanXida Remove is effective against methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA).
My answer to that is to not view CanXida Remove as a product that specifically targets certain organisms.
CanXida Remove is a cleansing product designed to balance the gut. It works very effectively against high populations of yeast and dysbiotic bacteria. Fortunately, after assessing hundreds of stool tests, I have seen no evidence that CanXida Remove destroys beneficial bacteria CanXida Remove cleans the gut up, but it doesn’t specifically target MRSA.
The gut becomes stronger and more resilient in response to CanXida Remove. The product strengthens and stabilized all aspects of gut function while improving the beneficial bacteria count. It also reduces inflammation and ensures that digestive enzymes are working properly.
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How can you monitor the effects of CanXida Remove? By getting a stool test before you start treatment and then again after about three months. By comparing the before and after stool tests, you can get a sense of what CanXida Remove has done. Stool tests will also give you a measure of MRSA levels. To my mind, a comprehensive stool analysis is a way of making sure you don’t miss the forest for the trees.
By improving your gut overall, CanXida Remove makes it much harder for pathogenic bacteria, like MRSA, to get a foothold in your gut. It wouldn’t surprise me if the end result was that MRSA disappeared altogether.
If you look at some of the components included in CanXida Remove, such as the standardized allicin from garlic, it’s been shown that bacteria don’t become resistant to these compounds. This is one of the reasons I created CanXida Remove. I am very familiar with the problems caused by antibiotic resistance.
The take-home message from me is that CanXida Remove doesn’t target MRSA directly. But it does help create a gut that is more impervious to colonization by harmful bacteria.