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10 Candida Diet Mistakes That Could Be Keeping You Sick (Info Updated 2018)

August 14, 2019

Greetings. It’s New Zealand naturopath, Eric
Bakker, author of Candida Crusher and formulator of the Canxida range of dietary supplements.
Thank you, again, so much for checking out my video today. I really appreciate all my
loyal fans, patients, people that I know, practitioners, doctors, naturopaths, chiropractors,
there are a lot of people now who look at my videos, and I really appreciate you checking
out my channel. I’ve got a question here from a young guy
in Canada and his name is Josh. His name on YouTube is ProChessPlayer. Josh has been looking
at a lot of my videos for some time. Thank you for your email, Josh. I really appreciate
your email and also thank you so much for giving me the awesome feedback on my Canxida
range of products that you’ve been using on yourself and also on your mom there for a
while. Thank you. Josh’s question relates basically to Candida,
of course, and it is, can you explain the top 10 reasons why people don’t recover or
fail on the Candida diet. The 10 reasons why people don’t fully recover on it. I’ve done
a video here and I’ve come up with 10 reasons and I’m sure there are 100 reasons, but these
are 10 common ones I see in my clinic that relate to patients. Let’s just start off.
Number one. Thinking one little drink won’t do too much harm. This is something I hear
from a lot of people. If you’ve got a problem drinking, but if you drink quite regularly
and you want to cut out, you need to bear in mind that alcohol has a very powerful effect
on the digestive system. In fact, I believe that if people are serious about recovering
from any kind of Candida, regardless whether it’s a vaginal yeast infection or jock itch
or a skin problem, tinea, they may have toenail fungus, whatever kind of a yeast infection
you’ve got. Even more so if you’ve got SIBO, like small intestinal bowel overgrowth. If
you’ve got bloating, gas, IBS, IBD, constipation, no matter what kind of gut problem you’ve
got. If you’re not prepared to cut out drinking entirely for at least six months, it’s just
isn’t going to happen. You’re not going to recover.
I couldn’t give a hoot what any doctor says, any professor says, what any book says, or
what any Google says. I couldn’t give a hoot. And why wouldn’t I give a hoot? Because I
see patients in my clinic every day now for nearly 30 years with these kind of problems.
And I also see that they just don’t recover fully unless they’re committed to cutting
out alcohol entirely for a long period of time. So the longer you’ve been sick, the
more you’ve got to understand this concept that you need to make a permanent, long-term
change in your diet and your lifestyle, particularly. Think about why you want that drink. How you
have the drink. Under what circumstances. How often? The quantity. All those sort of
things you need to think about. If you’re really committed to good health, as they say,
if you don’t make time for health now, make sure you have plenty of time for sickness
down the track. So now is the time to decide that one little drink is not a good idea if
you want to recover. And the danger is when you partially recover
and you’re starting to think, “Oh, I’m not feeling too bad. I might just go down the
road and have a beer.” Or your friends will call you up. They’ve got a barbecue on or
there’s a party coming on and you turn up at the party and there’s wine all around the
place, bourbon and coca cola and all this sort of junk. And all of a sudden, someone
gives you a glass. So if you’re in my room now and I gave you a glass of alcohol right
now, you’re going to look at it and think, “Mmmm, I might have a sip of this.” And that’s
how easy it is. It’s very easy to drink alcohol. It’s very easy to drink alcohol when you’re
starting to feel good. And of course, on the road to recovery, that’s when it often occurs.
So be very careful and be fully committed to a full recovery, which means strict adherence,
no alcohol, and not until you feel well. But until you feel well to the point where you
know inside there’s a big chance you’re not going to aggravate.
And the last thing I’ll leave you with with the alcohol thing is you’re the one who decides
when he or she wants to have a drink. Not people around you. Not friends or family.
You’re in the driver’s seat. This is not a religious sort of bashing alcohol, anti-alcohol
bashing kind of a thing at all. It’s got nothing to do with faith, belief or spirituality.
This is purely to do with your gut microbiota. You must not drink for a long time unless
you want partial recovery and then relapse. Number two. Throwing caution to the wind when
you’re dining out. Big mistake a lot of people make is when they go out eating. Now going
out eating, this could be, again, in a family’s house or at friend’s. It could be at a diner.
It could be at a take-away bar. It could be anywhere. It could be a picnic. So when you
go out of your house eating somewhere, it’s easy to make mistakes. It’s easy to, again,
throw caution to the wind and then next thing, your auntie or your sister-in-law says, “Come
on. Have this nice piece of apple pie. Forget that Candida crap. You’ve haven’t got this
stupid infection. You’re a hypochondriac. It’s all in your head. Come on. Just eat this
pie and enjoy it with us. Stop being such a baby.”
You know what I mean. So a situation like that could come up and, of course, you may
feel bad or harbor thoughts where you think, “Well, Auntie Thelma, I don’t really want
to offend Auntie Thelma. I better have that damn pie,” or something like that. So then,
you have the pie and then you feel bad later. Again, don’t let people decide what’s right
for you. You decide what’s right for you on your road to recovery. You basically say,
“Look. I don’t really want the pie.” You don’t have to argue about it. If Auntie Thelma’s
got a problem, well, then it’s her problem, not your problem. Be careful when you eat
out. And again, as you recover, it’s easy to throw caution to the wind.
Number three. Assuring you have to go 100 percent gluten free and dairy free. Not true.
You don’t have to go 100 percent gluten free. Just because every blog site out there, everything,
the Huffington Post and American Scientific and all these sites are saying that you should
eat gluten free. You don’t have to eat gluten free. It’s not true. I really believe that
gluten free is like a religion today. It’s almost like a belief system. Everyone’s jumping
on the bandwagon. I’ve always been a fan of eating healthy, but I’ve never had extremist
views about my diet ever. And I never have or will with my patients either. So I believe
that gluten is perfectly okay for some people and it may not be okay for others, and it’s
toxic for a minority. About one to two percent of the population has celiac. Now, for them,
gluten is actually poison. Are you a celiac? Probably not. Are you gluten intolerant? Probably
not. Do you have a disturbed gut? Probably. So remember when you’ve got disturbed gut
microbiota or you’ve got bacteria that aren’t very good, you’ve got Candida or parasites.
You’ve got low beneficial bacteria. All those things may scream to you that you need to
go off gluten. You may not need to go off gluten. I can tell you now after seeing thousands
of patients; people get sick and tired of being gluten free. They hate it. Every label
has got to be scrutinized. Every time they go out. Every single package they purchase,
they look for gluten this and gluten that. What at pain in the butt! There’s a big chance
you may not need to avoid gluten 100 percent. Big chance. How are you going to find out?
If you want to go gluten free, my view is cut right back on gluten to start with. Like
take all the bread out of your diet. But if you occasionally eat oats with gluten, oh,
goodness, you’re not going to die of toxicity, are you?
If you’re going to have a piece of sourdough bread with no yeast in it and it’s a good
quality stone ground whole meal flour, I don’t think you’re going to drop dead the following
day. And it’s going to give a little bit of variety to your diet. You’re going to enjoy
your diet a lot more. You’re going to maintain weight, energy and feel good about what you’re
eating. Remember, food is more than just stuff that you shove down here. There is also a
huge psychological component to eating. You’ve got to feel good about your diet. It’s got
to smell good, taste good, and look good. A huge part of food is enjoying food. How
the hell can you enjoy gluten free, dairy free, this free, that free, kosher, and halal
and all this sort of stuff? Goodness, you’d be down to five foods.
You’d actually develop anxiety disorder about what you’re eating, which a degree of my patients
actually has. They actually developed serious anxiety about what they eat. Not a good way
to live, is it? And remember that also the sickest patients I’ve got have got the best
diets. The best and they’re still sick. They’ve been gluten free for 10 years and they look
like crap. They look gray in the face. They look sick. “Oh, but I’m eating all this and
I’m eating all that.” If everything is so good that they’re eating, then why are they
so sick all the time. And I’ll talk about another point later, but there is a lot more
to the Candida diet than just food. Dairy free as well. Now, Dairy is a different
kind of fish because you’ve got much more chance of having an allergy toward beta casein
or one of the primary proteins in dairy. Gluten allergy is not that common. After looking
at many thousands of different food allergy reports, I’m not convinced that gluten is
anywhere near as allergenic as cow’s milk. Cow’s milk is the most allergy forming of
all foods or drinks on the planet. Period. You can have lactose intolerance or you can
have a casein allergy to different animals. Lactose intolerance means more diarrhea and
bloating. The casein allergy will be a more dairy-related allergy. I’m not a fan of drinking
cow’s milk myself. I do love a little bit of cheese here or there, especially mozzarella
cheese or parmesan, a very high quality cheese. But apart from that, I’m not really into dairy.
But again, your call. But don’t be extremist with gluten. Please don’t do it.
Number four. Assuming you have to eat 100 percent organic, biodynamic, certified this,
and certified that. It’s not going to happen, guys. Come on. When you go out, you can’t
always be anal about every tiny little piece of food, where it’s grown, how it’s grown.
We’re starting to go back to the anxiety disorder again. Most people will tell you they eat
certified organic and they may eat certified organic, but is it really helping them with
their diet. I don’t really believe it is. I grow a lot of my own food because I really
enjoy the outdoor experience. I feel I’m doing something for me and my family, and I’m a
gardener anyways. But I also buy a lot of vegetables and fruits from the farmer’s market,
good quality. Now, are they sprayed? I don’t know. Do they have chemicals on them? I don’t
know. They look bloody good. They look healthy. They look clean. I’m not really that concerned
about those sort of things. I look at life a bit differently, perhaps,
then you do. Non-smoking, non-drinking, exercising, not using any sprays or toxins around the
house. I do my part in remaining free from as many poisons as I can, but I’m not going
to go to the extent of avoiding every bit of produce that may come from a place that’s
used a chemical. And the other stupid thing I want you to remember is a lot of these organic
places can’t stop people from spraying up the road or using some type of a poison that
may have landed on their crop. What are you going to do? Grow it in a dome or something?
I think you’ve got to wake up to the fact that it’s very difficult, if not impossible,
to eat 100 percent certified organic and biodynamic. It’s possible, but I think, again, you’re
bordering a little bit toward the anxiety part. And remember what I said, the sickest
people I’ve seen are the ones that tend to eat the healthiest. And it’s interesting how
a lot of them stay sick for so long. So if occasionally produce creeps in that’s non-organic,
don’t have a heart attack. Number five. Including high sugar fruits at
the beginning or not cutting out enough fruits. And the other component to part five, five
B, is eating high sugar, starchy vegetables, if you have severe Candida. So let’s explain
both of these. I’ve always been a believer that the best fruits to eat with Candida are
green apples. I was recommending green apples for Candida 20 years ago before anyone talked
about green apples with Candida. And now, every website says green apples. But a long,
long time ago when I recommended green apples, the Candida experts of the day said I was
nuts. All apples had to be avoided. But I knew from clinical experience that green apples
were perfectly fine with patients. I knew that because it was the only fruit
I could tolerate personally when I had bad Candida over 20 years ago. And I started recommending
to other people and I started noticing that they could tolerate green apple. Pomegranate,
usually fine. Avocado, perfectly fine with people with Candida. Blueberries are the best
berry to eat, but generally, strawberries and boysenberries are okay. So these fruits
are usually fine. I find kiwi fruit is often tolerated quite well by a lot of people, so
that’s another one that you could try out as well is the kiwi. Be careful again about
reintroducing fruits into the diet as you recover. It’s a little bit like alcohol. Be
careful. Wait until you recover, increasingly, increasingly. Because fruit can be one of
those problematic foods where people won’t eat one orange or mandarin in a day, they’ll
have five or six, and then they’ll create problems. Slow introduction when you feel
better. High sugar or starchy vegetables. Be careful.
If you’ve got seriously bad gut problems, you need to avoid pumpkin, squash. Sweet potato,
yes or no? I find sweet potato is often tolerated by a lot of people even with bad Candida.
Sweet corn can be a problem for some people. Squash, pumpkin, potatoes, those sort of things.
Now, here’s another interesting point you won’t find on the internet. How the food is
cooked or how the starch is modified can have a big effect on your tolerance. Baking pumpkin
may be entirely different from pumpkin soup. Frying or stir-frying starchy vegetables may
react different in your gut from steaming or boiling it. You need to try different ways
of cooking starchy vegetables to see if you can tolerate one way or another.
Now we’re coming back to the fruits. Different stages of ripeness will dictate how well you
tolerate the fruit. A fruit that’s ripe may have a higher sugar content than a fruit that’s
partially ripe. Fruit can also be cooked. Don’t forget. You can actually cook fruit.
A lot of countries around the world actually cook fruits as part of their meal. I’ve got
a really nice book called the “Fruit Cookbook.” It’s got some fantastic recipes in it. A lot
of people will tell you that fruit needs to be eaten raw. Why? Who has the rulebook? I
mean who are these kind of food police to tell you this sort of crap. You don’t need
to always believe other people. You need to believe what you want to believe, but be careful
about believing what other people want you to believe. Keep an open mind always.
Number six. Being extremist in your diet views and not flexible enough. Please don’t need
to be one of these extremely full on sort of focused person who really believes their
diet is the highway. I’ve seen way too many people over the years with very powerful extremist
views. It’s almost like they’ve got this religious conviction that everything they eat that’s
not on the “yes” list is toxic to them. So as you will see in a minute, diet alone will
not cure Candida. If fact, diet is a small part of recovery and yet people tend to think
that everything’s about diet. Well, it’s not. It’s quite a stupid belief to think that everything
you eat is going to seriously improve your health or make it sick.
I’ve seen many, many patients over the years with very mediocre and bland diets in fantastic
health and people who don’t eat organic. People who don’t eat a wide variety of foods. Likewise,
I’ve seen many people on the most amazing diets that are so sick, so toxic, and so anxious
that they can’t even leave their house and they eat the most incredible diet. Extreme
views create extreme problems. So when you start to have this extremist point of view,
you’re digging a hole for yourself. And you’re also alienating yourself from a lot of other
people. Number seven. Thinking that your diet alone
will cure your Candida. This is absolutely not true. Diet, as I’ve written in my book,
I believe personally accounts for about 25 percent of recovery; 75 percent is the other
stuff. This is the unseen stuff. This is the iceberg under the water that you can’t see.
The tip on the top is the diet, and the rest underneath is the lifestyle. I’ve made many
videos, if you look at my channel on lifestyle and Candida. I’ve talked about stress and
Candida. I’ve talked about exercise and Candida. Unless you lead a balanced lifestyle and understand
the importance of sleep, exercise, really good relationships with people around you,
understanding stress, having some understanding of adrenal and thyroid function and their
role in immunity, all these concepts need to be learned to a degree if you want a full
recovery. I’ve seen some patients who’ve been sick for
10, 20, 30 years recover in six months when they had the lightbulb moment. When they found
out what their problem was, they made changes. And all of a sudden, the obstacle to cure
is removed and the body recovered. Regardless of the diet. So don’t be a person who is extremist
thinking that the diet is the make all break all because it isn’t that way. I don’t care
what blog sites or so-called experts tell you. This is my personal experience based
on nearly 30 years of practice. Diet plays an important, but a less important, role in
recovery than your environment and your lifestyle does.
Number eight. Failing to understand the relationship with stress, adrenal function, digestion,
and recovery. I don’t think I’ll talk too long on this point because it’s a quite a
big point to go into. There’s a lot to talk about. I could do a whole one-hour video just
on one aspect of stress alone. But I want you to really understand there’s a big connection
between the gut and the brain. There’s a big connection between stress, particularly the
autonomic nervous function that controls stress. There’s a big relationship between that being
balanced and recovery from Candida. The body has got its own in-built mechanism that can
perfectly deal with pathogens, different kinds of yeasts, different parasite, bacterial imbalances,
inflammation, and all these things can be controlled by the gut quite adequately. But
remember that the brain controls the gut to a huge degree.
Check out my videos I’ve done on vagus nerve. I’m sure I’ve done some videos on the vagus
nerve. That will explain about the gut/brain connection. When you understand this, you’re
going to know more than your medical doctor knows about recovery. You don’t need a magic
wand to understand why you’re not recovering. If you’ve got the best diet on the planet
and you’re not recovering, this is what you need to understand is point eight. Failing
to understand the relationship with stress, how your adrenals function to a degree and
digestion. Try to look at some videos I’ve completed around this topic. Because this
could be the big one for you. Number nine. Being the food police. What do
I mean by being the food police? If you’re in a relationship with somebody and by looking
at them and thinking that your diet’s perfect, “Why are you eating that for? Stop drinking
that coco-cola. Put that chocolate bar away. It’s going to kill you.” So being the food
police is trying to control other peoples’ diets, friends, or family around you, as well
as controlling your own. Don’t be a bully. Nobody likes bullies around the house. Don’t
bully other people. Keep your thoughts to yourself. Don’t be one of these � I wouldn’t
say Bible bashing � I’d say Candida bashing people. Do you like it if someone comes around
knocking on your door trying to convert the way you eat? You get sick and tired of them.
You tell them to get lost. So don’t become the food police. Don’t think you can change
other people. You have to change yourself first. And when you change yourself, other
people will change. I learned that one a long time ago.
Number ten. Taking lots of dietary supplements along with your Candida diet in the hope of
a quick 24-hour cure. Well, it isn’t going to happen. Remember, check out my video on
how to cure Candida in 24 hours. It’s had a lot of views. A lot of peeved off people
looking at it who felt it was switch and bait. They felt they got ripped off with the title.
You can’t cure Candida in 24 hours! I’ve said this 100 times. Maybe I need to take off all
my clothes, jump up and down on a table, and do a video on this because I really want to
get the message out there. It’s impossible to cure Candida quickly. It doesn’t happen.
You can’t cure any disease. The body has to cure itself. The body has to correct the disorder
that it’s created. And it will do so by you giving it the right conditions. Plenty of
fresh water, breathing properly, lots of rest, all these sorts of things need to occur.
Supplements do help, but remember, supplements are a very small part of Candida recovery.
I don’t want people taking tons and tons of supplements. It’s a waste of money and time.
You only need to take a very small, few select supplements, along with a carefully planned
diet and remember the lifestyle. As I said, 75 percent lifestyle, 25 percent diet. Supplements
you take are a minority of treatment. You don’t need to take any more generally than
two or three supplements at the most. Some patients I see take boxes of stuff. They’ll
take 50/60 supplements. A waste of money. Are they feeling anybody? Have a look at the
video I did. I think I did a video a while ago now on a lady who took about 65 dietary
supplements in a day. And I can remember asking her how she felt and she said, “I feel like
crap.” Well, it was costing her about $3,000 to $4,000 a month for all these dietary supplements.
Basically, what I said to her was, “Have you got a garbage can?” I said, “Bring it here
and let’s throw them all in the garbage can and start again.”
Supplements are important for Candida, but I think I’d like you to look at quality and
not quantity. Check out my I created a small range of really high quality
products perfectly designed for complementing this kind of an approach, which I believe
is one of the best around for getting people well with any kind of digestive problem.
When you take products to really cleanse the gut, you want something that’s broad spectrum.
I often get videos of people saying, “I’m taking 30 parts per million colloidal silver.
How many teaspoons per day?” or “I’m taking a garlic supplement. How many milligrams of
standardized allicin should I take in this supplement?” Or “I’m taking undecenoic acid.
Should I take 500 milligrams twice a day?” My reply to all of those people is “Hang on
a minute. Why don’t you take a broad-spectrum product that’s got all of this stuff in it
because it’s going to not just target the 19 different Candida species we commonly see
in people, but it’s going to target about 50/60 different kind of parasites we commonly
see. It’s going to target a whole lot of different species of yeast we commonly see because we
see up to 400 species of yeast in people. It’s going to target a lot of bad bacteria.
Bacteria that are going in transition from good to bad. It’s going to help to push them
back to good. It’s going to create the balance again. This is what you need is a broad-spectrum
product. When you go out hunting, I don’t go out hunting,
but let’s say you go out hunting and you want to shoot a duck down or a bird out of the
sky. I think you’re better off using a shotgun than you are a handgun. Would you agree? A
handgun is probably going to work, but you’d have to be damn good at aiming and know exactly
what you’re doing. But the shotgun is just point and shoot and you’ve got it. And that’s
what we call broad spectrum. It’s going to work much easier than something does with
a very narrow focus. The shotgun is my product called Canxida Remove.
It’s got a very good broad-spectrum action. I produced it after looking at thousands of
stool tests and looking at the sensitivity panels to see what kind of natural medicines
would best target all the pathogens I found in peoples’ digestive system, and that’s why
I made that product. I think it’s the only product of its kind on the market. It’s broad
spectrum. It takes a good couple of hours to breakdown in the body to release its contents.
It’s a tablet because I couldn’t get everything I wanted into a capsule. I had to make a tablet.
And it works very, very well. So you take generally two or three per day.
The second product I made is called Canxida Restore. Now, I made that as an enzyme probiotic
and it perfectly complements the Remove. So the Remove and the Restore work well together.
The Restore improves stomach function, pancreatic function, and duodenum function, so it improves
the way that the digestive system works. It helps to breakdown food to a higher degree.
Plus, it contains the best probiotics in it that I could possibly find, and also the strains
that I really wanted people to have with Candida. The combination of these two products has
a very good restorative effect on Candida. And when taken together for a period of anywhere
between two to six months, incredible improvements will occur when you apply the right kind of
diet and lifestyle. A long-winded reply, Josh. I hope I’ve given
you good enough information on this video to really help you understand some of the
mistakes that people make and the mistakes that you shouldn’t be making. Thanks for tuning
into my video today.


  • Reply Dawn Angela March 1, 2017 at 5:11 pm

    Thanks so much for this. I can see a lot of these traits in myself. Perfect diet, shit health! Agree that so much of mine is emotional. Have become so miserable and stressed on this diet!

  • Reply Jose Paredes March 2, 2017 at 12:14 am

    what are your thoughts on rejuvelac?

  • Reply voltaspeeder17 March 4, 2017 at 7:24 pm

    Thank you for sharing your honest advice. I realized i am one of those people with almost religiously strict diet, yet i'm still really sick and i'm not getting any better, so it was hard for me "to swallow" what you got to say. I tried literally everything to heal my gut – from super healthy diet, milk and water kefir, L-glutamin, kollagen, Wild oregano oil, Aloe vera + colloidal silver protocol, but nothing healed me so far. I will try my best to put your advice into practice and i''m looking forward and really hope it will help me get my health back.

  • Reply Erikcardi Cardenas March 10, 2017 at 9:16 am

    is schar gluten free , wheat free bread OK to eat ?

  • Reply Vanessa Vee March 11, 2017 at 10:33 am

    I love this guy! Just cuts through the bullshit.

  • Reply Robert Andrews March 13, 2017 at 10:29 pm

    Thanks again, what do you think of KEFIR made with cows milk?

  • Reply Esther Cargill March 15, 2017 at 7:53 pm

    Thanks Dr. I have people who Billy about me and my diet! I don't pay attention to them!

  • Reply TheAngel Whisperer March 18, 2017 at 1:14 pm

    thanks your suggestion really hit home i dont drink so that is not an issue but going to family events is an issue for sure and love what you say about not going to extremes . Yup I have always aten very healthy but was very sick .I have been diagnosied with many things but at the root i believe candida is my issue so now i am exploring that path and so far I have seen about a 30% improvement in my issues so it keeps me wanting to go on and inspires me to keep going. I end alot of fruit and starchie veggies so from watching your videos i have learned that this is something i should not do so i will make some changes there and see what happens i eat a banana or 2 everyday and thought it was great for me but now i am rethinking that

  • Reply mikaela Bazan April 7, 2017 at 7:51 am

    hi Dr. Bakker is it ok to take milk thistle?

  • Reply Miles April 9, 2017 at 10:00 am

    Great Overview!!! I have been on track for 7 weeks, and your supplements are on the way! Thanks for the vids!

  • Reply Christen NeverLookingBack April 17, 2017 at 3:26 pm

    PLZ HELP ME!!!? I've been dealing with candida since age 14. Since having my first child in 2006 and recently my last child in 2016, it is gotten SO MUCH worse. At least 2x a year I get a bacterial or fungal infection affecting pelvic & sometimes inner thighs. Two -3x yearly I get infections in my teeth, sinus infections, bronchial infections, so.etimes bladder infections (of which i CANNOT take antibiotics, so I take Garlic or oregano) ,I deal with hypothyroid, IBS, magnesium deficiency (so which I normally get a magnesium IV about every 2 or 3 weeks but I can find no doctor that takes my insurance anymore who does this service), about 40 food intolerances, hair loss, zinc deficiency & dehydration. MY QUESTIONS: What is a naturopath and how can one naturopath help all of this? My other question is I've been toying with the thought of just doing a lemon and mineral water fast to finally just kill this candida because I can't take it anymore. Will I be doing myself a disservice if I do this? I know that with systemic candida you have to support it with minerals and enzymes & probiotic, so I would definitely take the those on the fast, but at this point IM REALLY JUST putting my hands up in the air. I don't know what else to do. Because of the Mag deficiency and the weekly bouts of diarrhea, I am having anxiety all day long & insomnia at night and the anxiety meds are no longer a helping me calm or sleep!!! Right now I literally have not a dime to my name so I can't even go to the emergency room to get a saline IV. In the GREAT USA they ask for your co-pay when you go to the emergency room and I just don't have it. Im losing a lot of weight since being on the Candida diet which consists of basically just chicken fish salads eggs & egg protien powders and non root vegetables because ANY source of sugar in my body causes me to itch instantly. I cannot even drink coconut water to hydrate myself because it contains natural sugars. I know you say root vegetables are okay but for my body it does not work. I cannot even eat nuts because they are causing an allergic reaction and making my immune system on high alert. I'm also losing gobs of hair since I stopped breastfeeding because I "dried up" 6 months ago. Im so stressed all the time it sets off a new inflammatory response every week or two. Antifungals only give me temporary relief and I know they are just a Band-Aid and could actually cause other problems. I don't know how you could possibly help me but if you're able please do. I've been watching your videos and by far you are the most informative and knowledgeable about Candida. there are some things that you speak about that I don't understand but I just keep watching the videos and Googling things to better understand. Thank you so much for all of your videos and for even reading this. I'm so DESPERATE TO BE SET FREE FROM SICKNESS!! We live near a metal factory & blocks from a sewer plant and I live in a half duplex next door to a chain smoker who REFUSES TO CLEAN UP AFTER HIMSELF OR HIS PETS so there will be more stress as we attempt to move. ANY SUGGEATIONS PLEASE AND THANK YOU? Im trying to give up coffee little by little bcuz of Adrenal Stress and go for more walks…I amso understand I must alkalize & im trying to remember to do that. ?

  • Reply Christen NeverLookingBack April 17, 2017 at 4:08 pm

    The Gluten issue is rampant in the GOOD OLE USA bcuz ours is GMO and loaded with pesticide. I hear all of the time ppl with gluten i tolerance go over seas for WEEKS at a time and eat breads & cheeses who deal with Candida and they have no ill effects..then they return here and are sick eating those items once again :/

  • Reply Rachel Linden April 17, 2017 at 5:08 pm

    Thank you Dr Bakker for your videos, they are professional and have very important well conceived information…please keep doing what you do.

  • Reply Swarm Dye April 28, 2017 at 11:00 pm

    Can Dr. Baker fix me

  • Reply A Shirley May 3, 2017 at 1:32 am

    Thanks for this! I find it really hard socially with food at family dinners particularly. I always get ridiculed for not eating certain things as I am naturally quite thin and it makes me feel embarrassed and pressured to eat 'normal' foods. Do you have any tips of how I can avoid sugar around my period? This seems to be the other problem I have!

  • Reply Caroline Kero May 20, 2017 at 10:00 am

    Can you tell me should I eat chickpeas? It has a lot of starch.

  • Reply Radost Dinkova May 25, 2017 at 3:53 pm

    What about taking MSM ?I started to take 1500mg a day and on the fourth day i get so bad itching in my hall body that i det scared i stoped taking it.I ve red in internet that this could be a bad reaction or is the copper that exces your body?

  • Reply t north May 28, 2017 at 1:12 am


  • Reply deathlightdb May 30, 2017 at 12:21 am

    I think he's right and wrong about gluten. I went off of gluten for a few months, and I didn't even realize how much gas and bloating was related to my wheat consumption, as well as some of the severity of my depression. But after several months, I found that I can have occasional wheat products. I just have to watch out, not have them every day, maybe once a week at the most. I do believe in my case that over consumption of wheat was feeding something in my gut that was out of balance, and it's probably the case for a lot of people. While it might not specifically be the gluten, going wheat free may not be a bad choice for some.

  • Reply moms determined May 30, 2017 at 1:27 pm

    I am lol because I totally agree..about gluten….

  • Reply Maxx Groulx June 6, 2017 at 1:39 am

    I'm Celiac, gluten Protein is not the main Problem the Big Problem is what they did to it over the years the stuff is not healthy full of chemicals that kills your gut and intestines and will cause Candida and many other problems I'm also allergic to Dairy so i guess i'm the rare case. Gluten free foods are not more healthy added sugars if you are allergic to Dairy good chance you can be allergic to the same chemical effect that gluten protein is mix with.

  • Reply Gina- Lou Mckinney July 14, 2017 at 2:54 am

    Eric, what do you think of Plexus triplex?

    Would you be willing to make a video about it?

  • Reply Oliver July 25, 2017 at 1:15 am

    I haven't cut out alcohol completely, but very close to it. It's been really hard on a personal level, as well as a problem for my social relationships, to stick to it. Anyway, I have consumed alcohol two or three times in the past 3 or 4 months. I have seen great improvement in my Tinia Versicolor, and my intestinal health has taken a positive U turn since following your instructions. . If I continue on the diet and truly abstain from alcohol for the rest of a twelve month period what can I expect?

  • Reply Marcelle Bromberg July 25, 2017 at 10:30 pm

    Love your video i bought your vitamines

  • Reply Marcelle Bromberg July 25, 2017 at 10:34 pm

    canxida restore

  • Reply keipup July 31, 2017 at 12:43 am

    Thank you so much for this. I recently started the candida diet and have found myself consumed with food anxiety so this was very reassuring to hear.
    I have a question. I'm a vegan, for ethical reasons. Do you believe candida recovery can happen on a vegan candida diet?

  • Reply Jane Breaux August 8, 2017 at 5:44 am

    I have hypothyroidism and thought gluten was to be avoided for people with autoimmune disease especially thyroid issues!

  • Reply Marie Zoé August 9, 2017 at 12:24 pm

    hello, i was wondering, since coconuts seem to be good for candida, can i drink coconut water even though it has sugar ? and what do you think of xylitol ? thank you !

  • Reply Retire Earlier and Better August 27, 2017 at 12:39 am

    I never had a problem eating organic whole wheat, until after getting disbiosis from antibiotics.

  • Reply J_issa King September 3, 2017 at 3:44 pm

    Apple pie this happened to me ????

  • Reply Heather Barto September 7, 2017 at 6:33 pm

    How do you feel about Manuka honey? I've read many articles that say it can be beneficial, but not sure if the sugars itself can be problematic

  • Reply Maria Knez September 9, 2017 at 12:00 pm

    Hello Eric. I have been on a candida diet for 2 weeks now. I am using oregano oil (5 drops) first thing in the morning is that ok. I was thinking of ordering your Canxida restore to combine with the oregano oil. What is your suggestion on this? Thank you. Maria

  • Reply Raj B September 22, 2017 at 1:17 am

    What if you have 1 or 2 of the antibodies against gluten – is that intolerance or leaky gut? How can we tell the difference?

  • Reply ANGandNAP October 18, 2017 at 4:57 pm

    After the clean up
    Phase and you are adding in foods, when adding in small amounts of berries, can I eat frozen ones if they were fresh from the store and I put them in the freezer or does that change the fruits too much?(Not the store bought bag that has added sugars)

  • Reply ANGandNAP October 18, 2017 at 6:22 pm

    Should I stop my birth control pills?

  • Reply A J November 6, 2017 at 7:11 pm

    is kumbocha good for candida

  • Reply lesly Dutch November 20, 2017 at 9:48 am

    "you're such a hypochondriac, it's all in your head, every week you have a new disease"  this is what I hear all the time.

  • Reply Caroline Oliveira November 27, 2017 at 9:42 pm

    What about drinking Kombucha? Since it has a small percentage of alcohol due to the fermentation.

  • Reply Candida Crusher December 19, 2017 at 10:03 pm

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  • Reply Nicole Combeau January 20, 2018 at 10:44 pm

    Does untreated candida typically cause chronic joint inflammation?

  • Reply Lisa G January 21, 2018 at 6:42 pm

    Very good video. I like your straightforward way of talking 😉

  • Reply baddabing28 January 25, 2018 at 12:58 am

    Good advice. Very hard to do but it's important.

  • Reply Walter Ski February 2, 2018 at 5:13 am

    Unanswered question Mr. Bakker: For yeast why doesn't doing a complete cleanse of colon like you do for a colonoscopy doesn't clear out the yeast or isn't a great way to start to attack a yeast problem? Thank you!

  • Reply I-CARRIED -_PLAT_- February 4, 2018 at 11:24 am

    What Bout coconut oil?

  • Reply JPebbles - February 5, 2018 at 10:40 am

    I’ve been watching your videos. I have Lupus and a few other autoimmune diseases and I’ve been so sick that I’m practically bed ridden. I found out I have candida and leaky gut. I also was put on Xanax years ago and I’m wanting off these pills so bad because I found out on you tube videos that I’ve been suffering from inter dose withdrawals. My doctors didn’t know what was wrong with me,so now I’m scared to death to taper off these after the suffering I’ve seen people go through. What I’d like to ask you is should I get my gut problems taken care of first before tapering off? I’m thinking the candida is a lot of my problems in how I feel everyday. My do doctors tried me on two different pills to take care of it but they made me sicker so I went off them. I hate pills anyway. Ty!

  • Reply Catloverxoxo February 12, 2018 at 8:31 am

    You are too good! It's soo knowledgeable and somehow I found he is very funny and has best sense of humour!!! ???

  • Reply Jennyfer González March 11, 2018 at 1:47 pm

    I’m so grateful I found you! You have no idea how crazy, unhappy an bitter I was becoming. All of you content is so helpful! I can’t thank you enough.

  • Reply Matt Mayes March 19, 2018 at 8:08 pm

    Are you a believer of? Dont mix starch and animial proteins.
    It doesnt say in the candida crusher book.
    But Donna Gates swears by it?
    She also says about the acidic enviroment which you say is a myth?

  • Reply Petr Weigl March 31, 2018 at 10:09 pm

    I love your videos, watching from my phone and can’t see how to subscribe?

  • Reply Ana Gomez April 2, 2018 at 4:40 pm

    Ha ha ha ha bully foods!! You are describing me!! 😀

  • Reply Erna Kristin April 2, 2018 at 9:04 pm

    Thank you so much! Absolutely love your videos (discovered today)

  • Reply Radioactive Banana April 16, 2018 at 4:38 pm

    Thank you so much. I do have a gluten and dairy intolerance. I have been into body work for over 20 years. I know my body really well. Once I was diagnosed and then cheated some days, I could see and feel that my hands were swollen, my joints were achy, I had brain fog, bad moods. I believe my gluten and dairy intolerance are actually from Candida. I am hoping after I finish the diet, I will be able to eat these things.

    That is exactly where I am, anxiety about eating. But I am on the second day of the diet and I am committed to getting through this to heal my body!

  • Reply Radioactive Banana April 16, 2018 at 5:48 pm

    Foods that are NOT organic, are filled with pesticides. Monsanto seeds have 5 pesticides built right into every cell. If you are not eating organic, you are killing yourself with pesticides. US Food kills. Luckily my city has tons of organic stores/restaurants and that's all we eat. I've done too much research on Monsanto foods to know there is a massive difference. Going back to farming the old way is the answer!

    If you are not using organic seeds in your garden, then you are using 5 pesticide killer monsanto seeds! Since 350,000 farmers committed suicide in India due to Monsanto forcing them to grow Monsanto seeds, that wouldn't grow, and took out massive loans, which ended up in Monsanto taking their land, Monsanto can burn in hell! That's a reason to go organic in itself!

  • Reply Rena Dempsey April 20, 2018 at 12:52 pm

    Tremendously helpful thank you ???

  • Reply The Archiviz Wiz April 28, 2018 at 4:25 pm

    I loved this. Thanks.

  • Reply Silvia Siciliano April 29, 2018 at 1:45 am

    Great advice!..thank you for sharing

  • Reply Makayla Bell May 3, 2018 at 12:28 am

    is raw, natural honey or raw maple syrup and coconut sugar okay to eat after the first month of the candida diet?

  • Reply Jed May 9, 2018 at 9:37 pm

    i visited my aunty and ruined my recovery 🙁

  • Reply g MaytaR May 22, 2018 at 11:47 pm


  • Reply mel June 23, 2018 at 1:21 pm

    This video is awesome, thanks for being so real and honest

  • Reply Bj Bj July 1, 2018 at 7:58 pm

    What is the test for candida how is it diagnosed what’s your opinion of bentonite clay i just read about yes i have the toenail fungus i also have non allergic righnitis which is the worst thing a body could have worse than my neuropathy

  • Reply tesa oi July 4, 2018 at 3:43 pm

    Well I think you are very right with the mental health part. I think anxiety depression and thinking about food all day is what gave me candida. But I don't know how to heal myself now if food doesn't work. How do I heal my brain

  • Reply Keeko July 6, 2018 at 3:03 am

    The best I ever looked, felt was when I gave up alcohol and dairy.

  • Reply Keeko July 6, 2018 at 3:09 am

    I guess that answers the Keto lifestyle.

  • Reply Holographic Multiverse July 9, 2018 at 11:32 pm

    Essene Jesus taught: eat Raw and no yeast and 3 items a day max, not after sunset

  • Reply Holographic Multiverse July 9, 2018 at 11:34 pm

    Mexican food minus meat and beans is the best

  • Reply Aneliya Ivanova August 11, 2018 at 7:35 pm

    Very good video, I love the idea not to go fanatic and more relaxed but always aware of how you treat yourself! Thank you

  • Reply ahmed makki August 12, 2018 at 8:25 pm

    Can i continue eating eggs while on the cleanse?

  • Reply Ruben G August 20, 2018 at 2:44 am

    Easily one of your best videos. Thank you!

  • Reply Tony Gilbert September 7, 2018 at 10:45 pm

    What about bp drops when you eat ? Mine dropped to 87/54 and i felt like i was dying . Is this a sign of a more serious candida condition? If i eat salad thats when i get it or a larger meal like lean steak or larger salads . ?

  • Reply David McCord September 11, 2018 at 4:30 pm

    Perhaps you would be more anti-gluten if you lived in the United States where we have heavily GMO'd wheat.

  • Reply ATS Group September 14, 2018 at 4:37 am

    Doctor Becker , thanks god that I found you. I am very very sick and tired of being sick and tired. My physician is just en idiot and I am even greater idiot because I was listening to him.
    I am 42 male with great muscular physics and after following your advices I made great progress fighting Candida until I decide to hit with Nystatin… big mistake BIG!
    Now I am back to where I started.
    How can I find you for consultation?

  • Reply Maribel Navarro September 20, 2018 at 8:20 pm

    What do you recommend to people who suspect they have candida induced hypoglycemia? recently, I did steamed veggie cleanse that helped in some ways but exacerbated symptoms that look a lot like hypoglycemia. any advice?

  • Reply Stev op62 September 23, 2018 at 12:32 pm

    Very GOOD

  • Reply Irish Mist October 4, 2018 at 1:09 pm

    I have just been told that I have candida and have cut out all the foods that gave me energy. I am now on drinks and vegetables, eggs, nuts etc etc but I am really lethargic. Can you tell me what foods are good for energy?

  • Reply Mike Yates October 5, 2018 at 6:32 pm

    Thx Eric! Great videos! Just started your book.!

  • Reply Hacı cemşit October 9, 2018 at 5:06 am

    damn ı cant understand you , man . accent problems =(

  • Reply Suzanne Kapterian October 9, 2018 at 4:23 pm

    Can you tell me if Proton Pump Inhibitors cause candida? I have been on them for 6 years for acid reflux.

  • Reply A Q October 15, 2018 at 8:09 am

    Excellent advice – thank you Dr.

  • Reply Inz JustaNosyNerd October 16, 2018 at 3:34 am

    I suspect the sickest ones are mostly vegetarians!

  • Reply Doll Bun November 12, 2018 at 10:18 pm

    I see no problem on being milk/cheese free. We are not calfs why would we be drinking milk? It has casomorphines
    Just cut it off. No need for it. It gots hormones and antibiotics

  • Reply Carol Moody November 24, 2018 at 3:24 am

    Does swimming ina chlorinated pool inhibit healing from cand? Should it be avoided for a certain period of time or forever and if you can go back to the pool how much time per week is advisable to spend there? Just wondering if this is one of the mistakes?

  • Reply Charis Arlett December 20, 2018 at 6:42 pm

    You growing your own food & living in New Zealand may make blowing-off organic food reasonable, but living here in the U.S. makes eating organic more important because so much of the conventional food here is grown where glyphosate (Roundup) is used. Monsanto registered glyphosate as an antibiotic.
    Ingesting antibiotics ia a big part of what causes a candida imblance. For our health & the planet, I encourage folks to eat organic as much as possible.

  • Reply Charis Arlett December 21, 2018 at 3:58 pm

    I am very sad to hear NZ uses glyphosate. You made a comment how it is used like water, well sadly it is now in the water, because it is water soluble.
    You might listen to your talk again, because you do blow-off the importance of organics. If people would consider what they send on Drs. & prescriptions, organic is much, much cheaper! I am just above the U.S. poverty level by a couple hundred dollars & I eat organic. My health is important to me & I take reaponsiblity for it.

  • Reply Charis Arlett December 22, 2018 at 2:38 am

    You are right. . .I was missing that point. That was not what I was hearing.
    I am in excellent health & 67 yrs. young. No pharmacueticals.
    I am still left questioning if one can really heal from a candida imbalance,
    when eating food that glyphosate was used on, when it is an antibiotic?
    I liked your suggestions for using garlic.

  • Reply paul mendham January 6, 2019 at 2:02 am

    God, I hope this report is not going to bore to many?  It is genuinely to help others!  I threw caution to the wind THIS CHRISTMAS!! 2018!  PLEASE….don't do it,  I am back to suffering as bad…after making GREAT progress (almost completely healed and balanced!!!) I eventually realised I was suffering from candida after a year of hell!  Small bites/swellings on scalp, neck, back, arms, chest and abdomen and thighs!  Head alive and itchy at night, nose and ears itchy and tickly at night, causing very poor rest/sleep!  Very fit healthy guy (58) apart from that: Self employed decorator for 42 years, same time studying Shotokan karate! THINKING my diet reasonably healthy with a fast metabolism,  I've ALWAYS been able to (and happy lol) binge on chocs, cakes, crisps etc..don't do fizzy drinks though! Not toooo many boozy nights out with girlfriend/mates! SOOOO, anyway, once I made decision to change lifestyle (food wise at least), I started STRICTLY following your advised eating plan/method, from watching and studying nearly all your videos!  CUT OUT ALL crisps, chocs, cakes (had pretty bad suger cravings for 3/4 days…then it VANISHED overnight..a miracle! I could pick up ANY of them and not feel the SLIGHTEST urge to devour lol! Cut out dairy, alcohol and bread! Porridge, coconut/almond milk, coconut live culture yoghurt, Blueberries most mornings, alternating free range eggs! Lots of water through day. Lunch always a healthy spinach leaves, cherry toms, cucumber, onion, peppers etc with egg/tuna topping sort of thing! My hunger pangs throughout the day also DISAPEARED, I NEVER felt/feel hungry, but full of extra energy!! Evening meals (I 've always enjoyed cooking), started making healthy non dairy soups, potato and garlic, carrot and ginger etc, healthy free range chicken curry's, healthy shepherds pie with butchers beef mince with lots of broccoli, sprouts cauliflower etc! Crushed/chopped garlic bulbs, crushed ginger root with water (quiet hard to get used to but worth it I felt!) Korean kimchi and sauerkraut! Apple cider vinegar dilute with water before meals (not very nice, good trick here, hold breath, take clear water straight after!) and eradicated my acid reflux I had from over five years of suffering (with prescription Omeprazole £8.50 a month…against a large bottle of ACV with the mother for….£2.60!! No brainer!) ALSO…LOST NEARLY A FULL STONE in about 6 weeks!! I'm pretty healthy looking, but definitely was starting to …'carry' a little fat around my body, only REALLY noticed that once I dropped that excess!! STOPPED with the head, neck, arms, chest, thighs, nose and ears itchy bitey things….SUCCESS (Oh, by the way, I'd ALSO started the turpentine 100% pure gum protocol during the last week and half running up to Xmas!!….I don't do things by half he he!) THEN XMAS CAME……BOOM! Dilemma time, I knew it was coming, do I say NO to EVERY yummy thing over Xmas and New Year and stay disciplined….OR?? Yes, you guessed it, I chose OR!!!!! Had to go on a builders works night out (FIRST social event for 6 weeks, I couldn't miss my mates Xmas!! Ooops, plenty of alcohol, but I thought, won't do it again, so I might get through just the one night? Then open day friends all day buffet party Xmas eve party at our house…30 friends…all day…gorgeous food…what do you EAT?? Then. Boxing day, family party (18 of them) at our house….what do you eat again?? (plus alcohol)……We have chocolates and cakes bloody everywhere around the house over Christmas as well as me receiving selection boxes etc for presents!! RESULT?? I am NOW starting to get the itchy scratchy tickly bites etc back…not as bad as before, but definitely there!! Also ran out of (small) bottle of turpentine 100% pure gun spirit……….Sooooooooo, I am FINISHING my chocolates off, funnily enough, I STILL don't have the actual sugar craving lust I used to get and feed off! But I have to eat them to get bloody rid!! (I'm NOT giving them away as they were Xmas presents!! It's principle lol) And my best matewants a night out early January!! THEN…I am going to have to start back at square ONE……but see it through for a full two months (around mid March, with continued turpentine protocol!). I STILL have been eating healthy (healthier at least), so it should be loads easier to return to the healthy diet and lifestyle to rid myself of this ACCURSED candida….hopefully for once and for all!! Let this be a cautionary tale for anyone who's THINKING of throwing caution to the wind as Dr Bakker said!!

  • Reply Nicole Angel January 25, 2019 at 4:35 am

    Thank you! Thank God for this guy! He knows what he's talking about too! I think I relate to him so well because he's smart, and takes a smart person to know one! I wish to God he was my doctor! Good ones like him are so hard to find, and I sure haven't found one yet! Every person I've seen so far, except for one practitioner, have been all idiot's, are clueless about candida, and they've all been down right rude too! I've had the worst luck finding a good health care professional for this stuff. I've gotten more out of watching Candida Crusher, being my own advocate, doing my own research and treating myself! I think my one biggest problem though is the extreme stress I'm constantly under… feeling stuck in the mud with my life situation right now, and living trapped with a bunch of jerks that are bullies, controlling, and they try to be the food police too, as he also mentioned in this video. I was thinking…man he just perfectly described my whole outlook on this whole diet thing and perfectly described my family with the food stuff. I have made a big change in diet in the past 6 months, but I'm not going to deprive myself of everything and look at every single label all the time! That's just ridiculous! Like he said…diet is important, but as far as getting well, diet is only 25% of it and doesn't always have to be perfect!

  • Reply Raquel Adeclat January 30, 2019 at 12:22 am

    Thank you so much for your words of advice! I've looked at so many videos on YouTube to help treat my candida as I've been keeping up with a strict diet, and you are by far the most informative. So helpful and I love how you add some humour to it as well =D

  • Reply Cappadonna January 30, 2019 at 11:38 pm

    This video was published in 2015 and since then much more info has come out about how gluten, soy, corn, lactose, processed and animal products in addition to sugar are the reason why so many of us are sick and autoimmune disease is on the rise! This guy is nuts to say only a small percentage of people are gluten intolerant. Do your research people and get a coach/functional med doc to run your labs! Nix all these foods & eating out for a good 6mo-yr, sometimes two if you’ve been severely ill for a long time and you will see results!

  • Reply SoularPlex February 4, 2019 at 8:21 pm

    Any experience with Raynaud's disease and candida overgrowth correlation?

  • Reply Gabby Zelada February 8, 2019 at 6:42 pm

    I'm so glad I found you. Thank you so much ♥️

  • Reply True Joy February 18, 2019 at 9:47 pm

    I’m trying to do the candida diet..I’ve been good for the past 6 days…just today I had a bowl of cream of wheat with cream milk???????..the craving for so strong..I’m just tired of candida!!!!! I don’t know how long I can continue with this candida diet

  • Reply Buda Thang February 19, 2019 at 2:20 pm

    I really needed this. After three years struggling with my health, was getting anxiety on what else in the world can I do to fully recover. Needed to hear this, thank you.

  • Reply Brockt87 March 2, 2019 at 12:26 am

    What does this doctor say about turpentine and castor oil as a way to jump start getting Candida in check? I get bad detox symptoms from killing Candida and getting large amounts to just exit would be idea. Anyone who’s tried it please let us know about ur experience. Appreciate it!

  • Reply Lisa Gardner March 7, 2019 at 8:57 pm

    I’ve read that l lysine feeds Candida ? Is this true

  • Reply Georgina Ochoa April 6, 2019 at 12:26 pm

    When you mention not worrying about eating organic, not everybody is in a wonderful, super natural and super low populated country as New Zeland. If it is because one is strict about trying to eat only organic, like you rightly advise about alcohol, that I have kept extremely healthy and not falling for what the food industry is pushing right left and centre. Please do support and encourage organic. Yes not religiously, but if you do not get strict about it, local produce which is I agree with you usually organic, promote just eatimg organic and nothing else…being persisten on this habit, you have more than half of the keep healthy battle won. And support micro economy also. Have to suport organic, really if you think about it rationally.

  • Reply Elizabeth Fuentes Scallorn June 12, 2019 at 7:02 pm

    Thank you very much for your videos Dr Bakker!!! ?

  • Reply jahndry peñarreta August 5, 2019 at 1:49 pm

    Is someone Who has recovered the health with this permissive diet?

  • Reply Na Guerrero August 9, 2019 at 6:43 pm

    Dr. Please make a video about adrenal and tyroide problems that cause and can cure candida please

  • Reply Na Guerrero August 9, 2019 at 6:49 pm

    Dr. What do you think about probiotics and prebiotics, do you have a video about that topic?

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