In most cases, doing a cleanse before starting a Candida diet is a good idea. If you have a look at my book, Candida Crush, you’ll see I talk about the big cleanup.
When you buy an older house, it’s natural to clean it up so you can enjoy living there. The gut is the same. At the very least, I like people to undergo a bowel purge before they start the Candida diet. It’s like cleaning the path before you walk on it.
In my book, I also talk about doing a pantry cleanse before you go on the Candida diet. Get the food and drinks out of the kitchen that shouldn’t be there. Not just the sugary foods, but lots of sauces and many different things you don’t want to have in your house. Preparation is everything.
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I’ve spoken a lot about bowel purges on previous videos. If you’re having problems going to the bathroom, it’s very, very important to do a good bowel purge or cleanse before you start the Candida diet. A bowel purge will allow your body to eliminate a lot more waste. A well-done purge also ensures proper fermentation in the colon, which contributes to good digestion and overall health. It’s all about getting the right bacteria in the place where you want them to go, and that happens a lot better when you clean stuff away.
Watch my videos on bowel cleansing. Do that first. Doing a cleanse will make the Candida diet so much easy for you. You’ll also have fewer side effects like bloating and gat. Basically, you’ve cleared the path before starting to walk on it. Get it clean. It makes a lot of sense.
On the other hand, if you have no problem moving your bowels, you may not need a bowel purge before starting the Candida diet. You might just need to change some of the foods you’re eating and add an appropriate antimicrobial therapy.