Always. How long does a candida cleanse take? Hi there, I’m Eric Backer, the naturopath from New Zealand. Thank you for coming to this channel and looking at the video, but it’s a question I get asked time and time and time again. How long will it take before I get better? How long will it take?
Well, I haven’t got a piece of rope here, because I’d hold that up to you now and say, “How long is this? Is it six inches? 12 inches? 20 inches?” I mean, as you know a rope can come in any shape or size, and so can a recovery for a person. Okay?
To answer that question properly, I would need a whole lot of facts, okay? I would need to know how severe the problem is, if the person’s had it before, the expression of the signs and symptoms, what treatment they’ve undertaken, what they lifestyle’s like. It’s about 10 different things I need to know, and then I can give an answer that’s pretty close to what reality probably is.
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Remember, things always take longer and generally cost more than you think, including recovery from candida. So if you think you’re going to take maybe a couple of weeks to get better, it could take six months. If you’re thinking it could take a year, it might take three months. It’s difficult to say. A great way to answer it is, it depends on what you do yourself. On your input, on your ability to eat the right foods, live the right kind of lifestyle, take the right kind of supplements, and then you’ll get on top of it much faster than people who throw caution to the wind, who eat whatever they want, take antibiotics whenever they want. Those people will be mucking around for potentially years with their gut. But fast-tracking, you can fast-track this condition quite easily by forming a proper protocol for yourself based on the facts, all right?
So it shouldn’t take that long, and I generally say most cases I’ve seen last anywhere from three to six months, up to 12 months, but for some people who’ve been sick for 20 years, it could take one or two years. That’s how it is.