Firstly, before setting out on a Candida cleanse, you must make sure Candida is even the problem. Many people confuse a bacteria problem in their gut with having Candida. That is why I always recommend starting the process with a comprehensive stool analysis (CSA), so you have an accurate idea of what is going on in your gut. You need the right kind of information to begin a Candida cleanse. Check out my YouTube channel as I provide all sorts of advice about stool testing. A naturopath or functional medicine can help you organize a CSA. I recommend having the stool test done by Doctor’s Data out of Illinois or Genova Diagnostics.
If you have confirmed Candida, the goal of the cleanse is to improve your health dramatically. A Candida cleanse should also leave you feeling good. It can take some time to achieve those outcomes if you’ve been unwell for some time. You won’t see a dramatic improvement in your health after a week, and sometimes not even after a month. You should notice some changes by then, but they might not be dramatic.
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A Candida cleanse might result in more energy, better sleep, overall sense of well being, and a change in how you feel inside your body. As long as you’re seeing some improvement in how you’re feeling, you’re on the right track. Your level of improvement should continue.
Setbacks are normal during a cleanse. Sometimes you will take a few steps back before you take some more steps forward. Don’t panic about the setbacks unless they become the norm. If you aren’t making progress with the Candid cleanse, look at your life to see if there are issues to address. It could be a relationship problem, a job that isn’t right for you, or a diet that needs to be improved even more. Anytime your progress isn’t what it should be, you need to investigate what is slowing things down.