Some of my clients with Candida are also trying to lose weight at the same time. Part of their weight loss plan involves exercise. Exercise is an important part of a healthy lifestyle, but I still like to ask my clients a few questions before they start physical training,
My question to anyone with gut problems who has decided to start exercising is this: Do have you enough energy to exercise and what’s your recovery like? You don’t want to be a person with some type of fatigue, especially adrenal fatigue or thyroid issue, trying to exercise with a Candida issue.
I recommend doing some blood work before you start a new exercise regime. Get a complete blood count, thyroid testing, liver and kidney function tests. It’s also important to have a physical exam that includes a blood pressure check.
If you want to be very thorough, I suggest doing a comprehensive stool analysis that examines three samples. The stool analysis results should comment on the levels of Candida, beneficial bacteria, harmful bacteria, and parasites. parasitology.
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If your physical exam and blood work aren’t concerning and if you are sleeping well and have good energy levels, I would give exercise a green light. If you’re health isn’t quite good enough to start an exercise routine, see a healthcare professional who can address your issues. Once your health has improved and you’re given the okay, gradually increasing your activity level makes sense.
Remember exercise can be a great help with stress. Reducing your stress can improve the function of your digestive and immune systems. In that way, exercise can actually contribute to your Candida treatment plan.