A question I often get asked is, “Why are you recommending your product because it’s only a single supplement. Isn’t it better to rotate antifungals?”
Some people have got this belief that you need to take undecylenic acid or caprylic acid on certain days and then take oregano on this day and rapeseed extract on that day, and so forth. It doesn’t work that way.
Hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of stool tests have shown me that you don’t need to rotate antifungals. It’s a myth. It’s a fallacy. But, there are a lot of people who keep repeating things they saw on a website, even if it isn’t true.
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When I released my Candida Crusher book in 2013, I was the only one talking about a lot of the contents. Now, the information in my book shows up on multiple Candida websites. The copying and imitation are quite flattering. I quite like that that some people see the book as having some value.
Rotating antifungals doesn’t need to happen. If you take an effective anti-Candidal, anti-bacterial compound, a couple of times a day, you’ll be set. Make sure that the supplement contains a lot of different compounds that work well together. It should have different fatty acids, different essential oils, and different herbs. Take the supplement regularly and with the correct eating pattern. You absolutely don’t need to take dozens of supplements, and you don’t need to switch back and forth between different pills.
Check out my product, CanXida Remove. I created this product to prove that the myth of “rotating antifungals” was just that, a myth. All you need is one quality product that does the job time and time again.