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Is There A Link Between Toenail Fungus And Systemic Candida?

August 26, 2019


Here we go. Another question from the Man From New Zealand. It’s Eric Bakker. Greetings. Right, we’ve got a question here from somebody. What is the link between toenail fungus and
candida? Does this mean it’s systemic, and this is
the tip of the iceberg? All right. Let’s get a couple of things straight. I’ve done some videos on this previously. You can have candida in the digestive system
and have nothing peripherally. Which, meaning no vaginal infection, no jock
itch, no toenail, no ear, no scalp. Nowhere else in the body you have have fungus. You can just have it in the gut. Or, you can have it peripherally, and not
in the gut, but usually I don’t see that. Usually, when people have got a fungal infection
on the periphery of their body, on the toenail, or vaginal area, or facial, armpit, or jock
itch, whatever, they’ve usually got some degree of candida in the gut. In some cases, it can be culture-able. We can measure it through stool testing. Then, in many other cases, we can’t culture
the yeast in that case, but when we do a stool test, we find dead yeast in all three samples. We find many, many, many in all three samples. That’s very often what I find. All right? It’s based on probably 4,000 stool tests,
now, that I’ve done. So, yes, there’s certainly a link between
toenail fungus and candida. Let’s get another thing straight. When people talk about systemic candida, I
think people are really confused. Some people think that live, active candida
travels through the blood stream and makes you very sick. It’s not usually what happens, okay? If you’ve got a serious, blood-born yeast
infection, you’re probably gonna be in ICU, intensive care unit. You’re gonna be very sick. You could often die with that kind of infection. It’s more likely that you’ll have endotoxins,
or you’ll have chemicals produced as a results of dead candida. Or you’ll have immune dysfunction as a result
of dead candida that is causing a systemic problem, all right? Because your white blood cells, and red blood
cells, travel everywhere, and they quickly mop up any type of infections, any type of
bacteria or virus, or yeast, anything in the blood stream. Because the blood stream is a highway. It needs to be kept clean. So you’re not likely to find candida swimming
around all over the place, through the heart, through the brain. You’re not likely to find that, but when you’re
immune system gets low enough, as an example, in an AIDs patient, where you’ve got full-blown
AIDs, you’re gonna be very, very sick and you’re probably gonna die of some very basic
ind of a thing like candida or a bacteria. That’s when it does become systemic. So, that’s the difference between what when
you’ve got systemic and non-systemic. Candida is more likely to be a gut-related
problem for most people and, in many cases, it’s gonna be the small intestine. Can be the large intestine, but generally
hangs around in the small intestine. So, if you’ve got toenail fungus, there’s
a big change that you’re doing something to feed that gut, that’s allowing the periphery
to the body to have the right pH level and the right yeast level to get that toenail
fungus to grow. So, examine your habits. Are you a sugar-eater? Do you eat chocolate? Do you drink alcohol? If you’re feeding this habit, you could be
also feeding the toenail fungus. In many cases, when a guy, for example, stops
drinking alcohol entirely for six months or a year, toenail fungus disappears. When a woman stops eating candy bars, vaginal
infection disappears. Toenail fungus disappears. There’s generally something underpinning that
toenail fungus. And then the environment, also, is conducive
towards allowing that to grow. A person will be wearing stockings or socks
all the time. They won’t be walking around bare feet much. So those could be other issues why they’re
allowing that toenail fungus to continue. So there is a link, and have you think about
what I said. If you’ve got issues with toenails, treat
the gut. Stop the habit. It’s feeding the peripheral yeast infection. Treat the gut with something like Canxida
Remove, for example. Use some tea tree oil on the toenail and it
will disappear over a period of months, almost by default. And check out my videos on toenail fungus. There are a few of those, too. Thanks for tuning in.

6 Comments

  • Reply Luke Bostwick November 22, 2017 at 7:55 pm

    Do you have an opinion on taking borax internally for candida and other ailments?

  • Reply Jesus 1Way2Life November 23, 2017 at 9:42 pm

    What about a continuous nose blockage (like sinusitis or rhinitis) since some 20 years?

  • Reply Vladimir Erfan November 23, 2017 at 11:31 pm

    I just crush a piece of raw garlic on to affected toenail and try to rub it in to the nailbed and beneath the nail itself. Smells bad, but works pretty good. 🙂 Alongside with some modifications to the diet (whole food, less meat and dairy, no artificial sugar and staying away from alcohol as much as I can)and lifestyle change (main issue is sleep for me – both quality, and quantity).Also started using your remove and restore product twice daily, but I think I'm gonna reduce the dose to half a tablet twice, cause my bowels are moving too fast and  way to much (not sure if that's a good thing – any input on that will be much appreciated). I still have a long way to recover, but I'm hopeful.Thank you for your help so far! 🙂

  • Reply CmonSon6492 November 30, 2017 at 11:01 pm

    I've been on a diet similar to candida crusher for about 3 months now. Pretty much all of the internal gut related issues have subsided, however I'm still running into these fungal infections of the skin off and on. My diet is pretty strict currently but I do use stevia (about one packet a day) for things like oatmeal and smoothies. Do you think that is what's giving me these issues?

  • Reply Candida Crusher December 19, 2017 at 8:08 pm

    Check my range of candida supplements here: http://www.canxida.com/

  • Reply TheBald1 January 6, 2018 at 5:49 pm

    I've been having a problem and my doctor called in something for tapeworm, it was two pills a one-time dose and that night it made whatever I had go straight to my head and face area.. I go to be seen about it and they said that I'm hallucinating.. What? Not.. if I get in a dark room with very little light they get really active and you can actually see my skin on my face and cheeks moving from whatever it is

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