A subscriber has a question regarding non-responsiveness to treatment. Here's my reply.
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Hi there everybody, Eric Bakker from New Zealand, a naturopath from way down under in New Zealand. Thanks for coming back. I'm the author of "Candida Crusher" and I've got a nother video here.
I'm going to do a question I'm going to respond to from a subscriber, a guy, or a lady, or an android whatever it is, someone called Brickstuff. I don't know whether it's male or female, Brickstuff.
So Brickstuff is asking here, "What advice would you give for someone that has been on the diet for week and weeks, and still their candida isn't settling? I've had it since a dose of antibiotics over a year ago now, and have been on the Candida Diet for two months, taking coconut oil, garlic capsules, and probiotics.
Yesterday I tried apple cider vinegar vinegar under someone's direction and it made my tongue even worse! Help! I need help!"
Right Brickstuff, you've had candida you were saying, or you've had some gut issues since a dose of antibiotics. So it sounds like you've wiped out some beneficial bacteria. Candida may be there, candida may not be there. Stool test is probably warranted in this case. You've had this problem for over a year, I would recommend you do a full stool test, three samples, including parasitology, either through Genova Diagnostics Lab or Doctor's Data Lab. Make sure you withhold all probiotics for two weeks before the tests, stop most supplements for a week before the test, and let's just see what the outcome is. Okay, it's going to cost you $380 but it'll be good money spent because you'll know exactly what you're dealing with. You may not have a candida problem at all. You could have a lack of beneficial bacteria.
I've said this many times on this channel, that it's not always stuff that you've got to fight to get better, sometimes it means you've got to build things up in order to get better, not knock things down. So don't be under the assumption that you've got candida because you may not have candida at all, you know based on what you're telling me here, particularly after antibiotics.
So it's more than just diet Brickstuff, you probably need some supplements too. So I would recommend, to start with, because you say here you've taken coconut oil, garlic capsules, and probiotics, so you may not have taken the right stuff to target this kind of condition. You may need to try something a bit more broad spectrum. Let's just try, to start with, some Candida Remove. So these are the tablets in the red container. I've put them away, otherwise I'd show you the bottle. Candida Remove, and you want to just take one tablet twice per day, and if you get a bit of a response within the first week, you know you're going to probably be on the right track.
But however, we could be looking at a lack of beneficial bacteria. If you get no results at all with anything strong like, Candida Remove, or some grapefruit seed extract drops, because I don't think that the garlic capsules and coconut oil may be strong enough to determine whether you've got yeast or bacteria there. You may need to take something stronger to see if you can provoke a response. But if you don't want to do any of that, and you want to find out what's exactly wrong with you, I would recommend the stool test first, and then do the treatment. Because it sounds like you're mucking around, you've been sick for a long time, and you're spending all this money and you're not really getting anywhere.
I'd recommend you test and I'm quite happy to look at the results if you notify me through the channel to interpret them for you, tell people what the findings are for this. So yeah, diet may not be of much benefit if you've got a really big lack of beneficial bacteria, you may need to build those numbers up first, before the diet actually will be conducive towards building good health. So that's my take on it Brickstuff. Thanks for the question.