When I see a client who has been following the Candida diet, taking supplements like probiotics, and still isn’t getting better, I have a few questions. Firstly, is there a history of taking antibiotics? If so, beneficial bacteria have probably been wiped out to some degree. Candida may also be there, but that needs to be confirmed by laboratory testing.
Before I can sort out why treatment hasn’t had the intended response, I need to know that the diagnosis is correct. That’s why I recommend a comprehensive, three sample, stool analysis for all clients with poor treatment response. The test will cost about 400 dollars, but it’s money very well spent. The results of the test will reveal what you’re dealing with in your gastrointestinal system. I recommend that you do the testing through Doctor’s Data Laboratories or Genova Diagnostics.
I always recommend doing the stool test first and then deciding on treatment. I hate to see people spending time and money and getting nowhere because they are treating the wrong condition.
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Eating a healthy diet is very important to gut recovery. It’s also vital to make sure you are taking the right combination of supplements. I’ve seen clients taking more than 30 supplements a day, but the type and amount aren’t necessarily what their gut needs. I would suggest starting with a broad-spectrum supplement like CanXida Remove. Take one tablet twice per day, and if you get a bit of a response within the first week, you know you’re probably on the right track. If a lack of beneficial bacteria is the problem, you likely need to build those levels up in order to truly benefit from a healthy diet. CanXida Restore can help restore your beneficial bacteria levels.