One of my clients, I’ll call her Denise, came to me with several primary symptoms: constipation, bloating, gas, heartburn, weight loss, fatigue, and bad breath. As an office worker, Denise was particularly concerned about the halitosis.
Denise’s tongue was coated in white. She was quite underweight – weighing about 100 pounds, although she’s not very tall.
Investigations were done, including a hair analysis. This test showed that Denise has low levels of many trace elements. I immediately knew that there was a problem with her digestion.
We also did a stool test and found very low levels of beneficial bacteria. The Bifidobacteria showed no growth. Her Lactobacillus was only 1+. Both of these bacteria should be at a 4+. We found no parasites, but Candida albicans was cultured at a 1+ level. We also found some Citrobacter bacteria, which isn’t unusual except that it was at a count of 3+.
Together, the Candida and the dysfunctional, dysbiotic bacteria were leading to Denise’s bloating, gas, and digestive problems.
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Denise’s doctor had diagnosed her with irritable bowel syndrome, which is typical for conventional medicine. Denise had an endoscopy performed. Her blood tests came back clear. The gastroenterology examinations came back negative. Basically, they couldn’t find out what was wrong with this woman.
Yet a relatively simple test, a comprehensive stool analysis, was able to identify several issues.
Once the stool results were available, we placed Denise on CanXida Remove, CanXida Restore, and CanXida Rebuild. I started her off on a dosage of one per day, building up to one of each three times per day.
Now, six weeks later, we’ve had a significant improvement already in this case. We’ve seen a marked reduction in constipation and bloating. The great thing is Denise’s tongue’s clearing up. She’s also gained nearly six kilograms in weight.
We are going to repeat the stool test in a few months. I’m pretty sure we’re going to get quite an excellent result here. I would easily say that within six months, Denise is going to be in great shape after several years of irritable bowel syndrome and bad breath.