Last Updated on September 14, 2020
I often get asked by people, what are the most important supplements for gut health?
Most people I’ve seen in the clinic take far too many supplements. They spend too much money taking dozens and dozens of supplements in this ridiculous belief that they take 20 or 30 things, it’s going to improve their health.
I’ve rarely seen a person attain excellent health taking 10, 20, 30 dietary supplements. I think the one that topped the cake for me is a lady who took 63 different nutritional supplements in one day.
Many people will see a practitioner like me, and they may get recommended a supplement. But then after a while they’ll see somebody else and somebody else and somebody else, and then they’ll go to a Whole Foods store, and then they’ll go online, and before they know it, they’re taking 10, 20, 30 supplements.
It’s not required. You don’t need to spend so much money taking so many vitamins and the like.
You should be able to get almost everything you need, from your diet and lifestyle. The whole idea about my Candida Crusher channel is to get you to a better level of living, better way of thinking, better way of living and relating to people, but also a better way of eating. And, this should get you to a point where you don’t need to take lots and lots of dietary supplements.
The only things I like to take myself personally are good quality and omega-3, and occasionally I’ll take magnesium. I take a multivitamin may be sometimes, but that’s about it. I get everything I need from the kind of diet that I have.
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I encourage people, is always to select those foods that I’ve talked about on this channel. Prepare them yourself. If you can grow some of your foods. Get involved in your food chain.
If you’re reading this article, you’ve likely got a digestive problem.
Do you have constipation? Do you have esophageal reflux disease? Do you have gas or bloating? Have you had a stool test performed, and it’s conclusive that you’ve got a Candida problem or maybe a parasite problem?
Maybe you’ve got SIBO or dysbiosis. Once you find out what you’ve got, then it’s a matter of tailoring the diet and lifestyle to suit that condition. Supplements are just icing on the cake.
Now, you may think that it’s a bit weird for someone like me not to have a range of like 50 different products because I am a product formulator. I’ve formulated many successful products for many companies over the years. But I’ve only formulated a few CanXida products so far because I don’t believe people need a whole bunch of stuff to take.
One of my key products is the antimicrobial Canxida Remove. If you have a problem with bacterial overgrowth, you may want to consider CanXida Remove, assuming you’re already eating a healthy diet.
The second thing that I often get people to consider is probiotics.
Digestive enzymes and probiotics need to be taken together, either as separate supplements or as a combined supplement together.CanXida Restore contains both digestive enzymes and probiotics.
In my opinion, most people only need to take these two or three products for about six to twelve months to improve their gut health.
And after, they don’t need to take supplements anymore, unless
they have a specific need for, say, a magnesium supplement or a coenzyme Q10 one because they’ve got some issues there with their heart.
Or, they could take some lutein or zeaxanthin for their eye, for example, if they’ve got a visual problem.
Don’t fall into the trap of taking a supplement for sleep, a supplement for anxiety, a supplement for your bowels, and so on. It’s a waste of money.