A Candida cleanse certainly can improve your digestive health. It’s one of the biggest reasons people undertake a Candida cleanses in the first place. Remember to be careful and not keep cleansing and cleansing and cleansing. Some people cleanse that much. It’s amazing they’ve got anything left to cleanse — what a crazy thing to do.
Don’t keep going on and on with cleanses all the time. It’s not a great idea. You’d be surprised, I had a patient two weeks ago, ten years on the Candida diet. Ten years. It’s like she’s in jail. You don’t need to do that.
You can seriously improve your digestive health by making very small calculated changes in your diet over a prolonged period. It’s a much, much better, and safer approach.
People often ask me, “What do I need to put into my diet?”. When it comes to a Candida cleanse, it’s not what you need to put into your diet; it’s the crap you need to take out of your diet that will make the difference.
Most people, to some degree, will eat a reasonably healthy diet. It’s the added associated junk that they put into it that must go. Once you start doing that, changes you should notice include your GI tract becoming more silent.
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You shouldn’t be experiencing bloating, gas, or abdominal discomfort. You should have a flat tummy. You should be able to poop nice and easily. Bowel motion should be very easy, not strained. You shouldn’t be going to the toilet multiple times in the day, a little bit coming out here and a little bit more there.
Before you start a Candida clean, don’t automatically assume that our digestive problem stems from Candida. Try and determine the source of the problems. I call GI symptoms the “noise,” and it’s your job to find the signal that’s creating the noise.
Most people create their digestive problems through how they eat and how they think. Digestive problems don’t just drop into your lap. They develop over time. You don’t really “catch” a cold. You’re not running around with a net actively trying to catch a cold. You develop a cold through faulty ways of living, which increase your vulnerability. Your
susceptibility goes up. Your resistance goes down, you get sick, and it’s the same with a GI problem.
If you want to improve your digestive health, you need to change some of the foods you eat and your lifestyle. Taking those two steps can lead to great results for your GI tract.