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How Effective Are Enzymes At Killing Candida?

August 18, 2019


Greetings. Eric Bakker, a naturopath from New Zealand. Thanks for coming back, watching my video. I’ve got a question here from a lady in America,
and she’s saying, “Eric, how effective are enzymes for treating candida, and would you
recommend them?” I do recommend enzymes, but probably not for
the reasons that people guess why they should be taking enzymes when they have a candida
problem. Most people with candida who like enzymes,
they say, “I take them because they help to kill candida. They break the cell wall of candida or they
kill bacteria.” That’s not really why you take enzymes. You take enzymes to improve and facilitate
digestion, and with a powerful digestion you overcome candida. You overcome bacterial problems. You improve fermentation of foods, which allows
populations of healthy bacteria to grow, which then overcome candida, so basically you’re
making a move to improve your health, and with a powerful health comes your reduction
in candida. Don’t believe all the crap you read on the
internet about killing candida all the time with all these like, cell wall killers and
all this sort of junk, okay? Remember, it’s not about killing. It’s about building health, powerful health
that will overcome any kind of infection, not just candida, but any kind of infection. Also, you’re making assumptions that you’ve
got candida, when there’s a 50/50. You may not even have candida. You may have another problem which you may
think is candida, so you could be taking it for the wrong reasons. When you take a digestive enzyme make sure
that it contains tiny, little enzymes like glucoamylase and hemicellulase and amylase
and things like that. These are very small, specific carbohydrate
busting enzymes. I’ve put those into CanXida Restore, so Restore
has got seven enzymes in it designed for a wide range of activity, to break up proteins,
to break up fats, but particularly carbohydrates, so if you can break carbohydrates down to
smaller components that the bacteria can act on and ferment properly, you’re going to avoid
a whole bunch of problems in the body. Make also sure that the enzyme formula you
take has got serratiopeptidase in it, which is not a digestive enzyme. It’s a systemic enzyme, so serratiopeptidase
actually helps to bind to different types of fragments of junk floating around in the
body and help escort them out of the body, so it improves the way antibodies work against
bits of junks like dead candida, for example. So serratiopeptidase is a powerful enzyme,
and again, it’s in CanXida Restore. When I made Restore, I researched the best
enzymes to use and I put them in that capsule, but furthermore, this is the important piece
of information. Make sure that your digestive enzyme formula
also contains probiotics, because when you break foods down and improve digestion, you
want to have bacteria in there that can help to work on those food particles. It stops gas and bloating. Digestive enzyme and probiotic formula combined
has the best possible effect on the gut, so instead of taking a random X, Y, Z probiotic
and a random X, Y, Z enzyme and then swallowing them separately, take a capsule that contains
the best possible enzyme … excuse me. And probiotic approach together, especially
when they’re being researched and carefully married together, because that’s going to
ensure a really good reduction in bloating, a good boost in beneficial bacteria production,
and a great facilitation of digestion, stomach, pancreas, and small intestinal. CanXida Restore works quite well for that
reason. We get fantastic feedback, so it’s up to you
what you take, but make sure that you don’t take enzymes for the wrong reasons thinking
that they directly kill candida, because that’s not really what happens in the body. Don’t make assumptions. Thanks for the question and thanks for tuning
in.

3 Comments

  • Reply bloodshot557 April 10, 2018 at 1:55 am

    Is Kimchi ok for Candida

  • Reply zacharkaniko April 24, 2018 at 5:32 am

    Hello Eric,
    After watching your video I realized that the supplements (probiotics and anti fungals) I was prescribed for my yeast infection do not contain digestive enzymes. I tried to find a supplement similar to yours ( yours are not shipped to Hungary) so I bought one that contained digestive enzymes but no prebiotics. I was really expecting better results but instead I got severe bloating, gas, nausea. What is wrong? Is it just the initial phase? Do you have any suggestions?

  • Reply Khalid Nawaz July 6, 2018 at 11:50 am

    U say that canxida restore is delay release so how enzyme in capsule can improve digestion to break down the food. Acording to you say capsule is open in intestine not in stomach

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