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My TOP 5 Candida Fighting Foods – Foods That Beat Candida Overgrowth

August 21, 2019

Greetings! It’s naturopath Eric Bakker from wonderful
New Zealand. I really enjoy living here. Thanks for tuning in to my video. I wrote a book called “Candida Crusher.” You can check that out at “” I also designed some specialty products for
people with yeast infection. You can check that out at “” Thanks for tuning in. I appreciate it. I’ve been asked by many people so many times:
“Can you do a video on your favorite Candida fighting foods?” That’s what we’re going to do now. We’re going to talk about what I consider
the top five categories of foods that help to fight Candida. These foods aren’t just good for Candida yeast
infections, they’re good for various kinds of yeasts in general. There are many kinds of yeasts that can affect
a person. They’re also good for bacteria problems, parasite
problems, many types of digestive issues in general. I’d like these particular foods, spices and
herbs I’m going to talk about to become part of your daily diet. Try like I do and eat these foods regularly. Once they become part of your diet, and you
continually eat them on a regular basis, you’re going to maintain quite good health. A lot of these foods go back in history thousands
of years. They’ve been used a long time by many different
cultures. A lot of these foods we’re going to talk about
are still consumed today. The unfortunate thing is a lot of people don’t
make the time to eat good food, and they overcomplicate their diet. Everything is so complicated today. The body is very simple. When you put high quality natural foods into
the body, it’s going to maintain a really high state of health, especially if you’ve
got your lifestyle sorted. Category one. What’s one of the top foods? Coconut is one of my favorite foods, and coconut
oil. It’s so stable. You can take it up to high temperature. You don’t really wreck it by heating it up. You can get many different types of coconut
products. Coconut cream, coconut milk, coconut oil. Coconut has got a very powerful anti-fungal
ability, and it’s one of your top foods in my opinion for fighting yeast infection. Coconut water makes a very nice Kefir. It’s mineral rich, trace element rich, and
it’s an awesome food because it’s got such a good prebiotic base in it, so when you inoculate
it with Kefir, you’re going to grow lots and lots of beneficial lactobacillus bacteria
in this medium. It’s got a lot of amino acids, a lot of proteins,
a lot of fats. It’s a complete food. It’s an incredible food. The oil contains the highest component of
the caprylic acid and capric acid, particularly caprylic acid. It contains many hundred times more concentrations
of these acids than the milk does. There you go. My favorite coconut milk in a can is called
Fia Fia and it comes from Samoa. I think the Samoa in the Pacific have some
of the best coconut trees. You can get different types of coconut milks
and creams, but this particular brand we get in New Zealand called Fia Fia I just love
it. I just think it’s divine with chicken. You can make up beautiful curry dishes with
it, and it’s nice just to put in a blender and have some berries with it. It’s a wonderful drink. You can make ice cream out of it. Remember, as I said before, if it tastes good,
and you like it, you’re going to take it regularly, which means it’s going to have a beneficial
effect. Coconut should be right up there on your list
of number five. Number two: garlic. I’m a garlic freak, and I have been for many
years. Garlic is wonderful. When you get garlic, please make sure if you
buy it at your local store that it contains roots on it or root mass. Make sure it hasn’t been imported from China. It may be irradiated. The Chinese garlic is not as good as garlic
that’s grown in your area. If you’re in the States, there’s some really
good garlic growers there. Same in England. Many countries in Europe. I grow my own garlic. Next month I’m going to put about 150 to 200
cloves in. That’s going to give me a lot of nice bunches
of garlic. When you eat garlic, a lot of people say you
should only eat raw garlic. Garlic contains Allicin and Allinin. Particularly, the Allicin is the anti-fungal
component. There are quite a few university studies and
research papers you can find showing you how potent this product actually is, the Allicin,
when it comes to destroying yeast. I’ve put a standardized Allicin extract in
Canxida Remove for that very reason. Many people say, “But I can’t tolerate garlic! It makes me sick when I eat it! I’m very sensitive to garlic.” Many people take Canxida Remove without feeling
sick at all, even people sensitive to garlic. It’s only got a small amount of the extract
in there. If you have a tablet with food, it shouldn’t
be a problem. However, eating one or two gloves of raw garlic
for the uninitiated can be a real big problem. Never have garlic on an empty stomach, especially
first thing in the morning. It can make you want to puke. This is how I deal with raw garlic. I will have a curry made up, a corn or vegetable
curry, and as I’m about to serve it, I’ve got one small clove of garlic which I cut
very finely. I’ll chop it up and then I’ll sprinkle it
on top of the food and I’ll mix it in. I’m still getting the raw garlic, it hasn’t
been cooked, but it’s been added to the curry. That’s how I prefer to eat it. Another way I would eat raw garlic is to cut
it, and some experts believe by cutting it and leaving it for a few minutes, you get
a higher conversion of Allinin to Alllicin – more of the active ingredient. It becomes more pronounced. I have definitely found out garlic becomes
stronger when you’ve cut it and left it for a while, rather than just cutting it. Of course the other way as I mentioned how
I like to have garlic is by cutting it fine, and then mixing it with olive oil and lemon
juice. I sometimes pre-make large bottles of olive
oil, lemon juice, and lime juice, salt and pepper, and garlic and shake it up and put
it in the refrigerator. That’s my salad dressings. I make up many different kinds of salad dressings,
which I’ll have all summer long. Often I’ll make up a fresh one if I’ve got
friends or visitors over to have lunch with me. Make up a fresh salad, go and get a lime/lemon
out of the yard, the Maya lemons I quite like. Cut them in half, juice them, small clove
of garlic, mince it fine, put it with the lemon and a bit of extra virgin olive oil. Put a little bit of Celtic salt on there and
grind a little bit of pepper, mix it up, nice way to have garlic. Throw that on your salad. Also goes well on steamed broccoli or vegetables. It’s very tasty on beans. Many ways you can have that little blend I
was just talking to you about. There’s many ways you can have raw garlic
in your diet. Garlic is excellent for Candida infections. If you’ve got issues with blood pressure or
circulatory problems, like if you’re worried about deep vein thrombosis, just get a small
clove of garlic, gently peel it, just squish it and peel it, and put a couple of scores
with your knife in it and swallow it with some food like you would a capsule. Very powerful way to improve your circulation
and to stop cholesterol buildup and reduce your chances of stroke and heart attack. Garlic should be on your list. Coconut one, garlic two. Garlic and Ginger I would say. Add Ginger with your garlic. Ginger is excellent. It belongs to the same family as turmeric. Turmeric is a kind of a yellow ginger. Ginger I put in nearly all of my stir fry
or vegetable dishes. I’ll chop a bit of ginger up fresh and I’ll
add that with a bit of garlic. l generally combine those together. It’s a bit like always having ice cream with
chocolate sauce on top. Not that I eat ice cream a lot. If you’re going to have something like that,
one goes with the other. You have chips, you put salt on it. You have a burger, you have fries with it. Sometimes, things go together. I find ginger and garlic as a really nice
combination. Number three: Brassicas. Would you believe it? Broccoli. Cauliflower. Rutabagas. All those sorts of things. Arugula. Chinese vegetables. Bok Choy. Wombok. All those kinds of vegetables. They’re bitter, they’re sour, they’re very
high in fiber. There is also a lot of prebiotic substance
in them which really help the beneficial bacteria. Interesting tip I’ll give you with brassicas;
the longer you cook them, the stronger they smell. So with broccoli, if I cut it out of the yard
– I grow a lot of broccoli in the garden – I never wash my vegetables because I grow most
of my own, but if you buy store-bought stuff you probably want to soak it and get any potential
sprays or bugs off of it. If you’re going to steam it, I find broccoli
best steamed by wetting it really well and shaking off as much water as you can and then
cutting it. I’ve got a huge big stainless steel pot. The water has to be boiling really well. I’ve got between my steamer and my pot, I’ve
probably got about that much space between the water and the base of my steamer, so the
steam gets in there. You can also use those little Chinese bamboo
baskets; they work quite well. Get your water boiling as much as you can,
put your broccoli on there and cover it really firmly, and don’t open it, just leave it. You let it steam for three minutes. I find three minutes about the right time. Maybe four sometimes. Then take it off. There are two trains of thought here. You can either dunk it immediately in freezing
cold water with ice cubes – that will retain the green color of the broccoli. I don’t, I will just steam it, straight on
the plate and I eat it right away. The longer you steam it for, the more it’s
going to palm and smell. Brussels sprouts are the same. Brussel sprouts can actually be cut real fine. You can even make sauerkraut from Brussel
sprouts. Beautiful sauerkraut. You can cut Brussel sprouts quite fine and
stir-fry them, then you won’t get that awful farty kind of smell. When someone cooks Brassicas in the kitchen,
then someone walks in, “Who farted? Did the dog fart? No, I’m cooking Brussel sprouts. That’s why I don’t like them, because they
smell like farts.” Brussel sprouts are phenomenal. They’ve got a very high content of indole-3-carbinol,
or I3C. Indole-3-carbinol is very good for estrogen
metabolism, and also for glucoronidation for liver cleansing in general. Brassicas are implicated very much so in liver
detoxification. They’re fantastic. They’re good for the bowel, they’re good for
liver detox. I recommend that you eat Brassicas regularly. “Brassicas are bad for the thyroid! If I eat them, my thyroid will clap out and
I’ll end up six-foot-wide and 400 pounds and I’ll go hypothyroid.” That’s not true. It’s fallacy that Brassicas create a thyroid
problem. Raw kale creates the thyroid problem, not
Brassicas in general. Don’t eat raw kale. Always steam kale or cook it. In Holland, where I grew up when I was young,
kale was never consumed raw. It was always boiled or steamed and added
to food. Raw kale is a new phenomena by a lot of these
crazy foodie kind of people who think that raw kale is great in smoothies. There is certainly an indication people who
drink raw kale all the time end up with thyroid dysfunction, so don’t do it. We’re moving on to the herbs and spices. There’s quite a wide range of stuff here,
but let’s just have a look at the herbs in general. Thyme, Oregano, Marjoram, Rosemary, all the
Mediterranean herbs are wonderful as anti-fungal/anti-microbial additions to your diet. Particularly Oregano and Thyme. They contain different phenols, different
chemicals. If we have a look at Oregano, it particularly
contains thymol and carvacrol. These are very strong compounds that help
to negate a yeast infection. Grow Oregano yourself. I grow lots of it in the garden. It belongs to the mint family, so it’s very
invasive. Be careful where you grow it. Don’t just put it amongst all your flowers
and plants, because it will take over like mint and you’ll end up being quite annoyed. Throw it in an old bathtub. Just get a couple of pieces of wood, make
a raised garden bed and just grow them in that. You’ll be able to control them a lot better. Rosemary is very invasive. I planted one this summer which is fantastic. It’s a very hot, spicy, peppery Oregano. It’s beautiful on pizzas. It’s beautiful in pasta dishes. It’s nice on salads. It’s a bit peppery in the mouth. Oregano vulgare is a wonderful herb to grow. My bees love it. You get all these lovely flowers all over
it, and the bees just go crazy on it in the summer time. It’s a wonderful herb. Get a piece of meat, get a huge big handful
of Oregano, and I just cut it off with the knife and I’ll crunch it up in my hands, and
you can really smell the pungent Oregano smell. Then I’ll just jam that in a jar, and fill
it with olive oil, and leave that with some garlic pounded in there for a couple of weeks
in the kitchen where it’s warm. That oil I rub into meat with salt. It’s a beautiful tasting marinade to do. Put a splash of wine or some alcohol with
it – it’ll draw right into the meat and give the meat a very tasty Mediterranean sort of
flavor. Add Rosemary to it, even better. Nice in salad dressings. You can steam Oregano up and add it to foods
as well. A lot of people don’t know that. Marjoram is a little more of a delicate kind
of herb. It belongs to the same family. I use Marjoram a lot along with Tarragon in
egg dishes. Quiches dishes, and spinach and egg is beautiful
with Marjoram, for example. Oregano, I find marries up more with meat. Chili and clove. Clove contains this stuff called Eugenol. Eugenol is very potent. I often recommended a jock itch tea. You can make it from clove. Clove tea is quite nice. Just get about a half a dozen little clove
pods, throw them in a cup, boiling water, and drink the clove tea. Eugenol is very anti-fungal. It’s also ranked as the world’s highest anti-oxidant
containing spice. We add a lot of cloves to our cooking. If I’m going to make up a nice pulao kind
of Indian rice dish with Basmati rice, I’ll add about five or six cloves in there. I’ll put a few mustard seeds in there, and
maybe a bit of cinnamon stick in there and stir in a seed. Toss it all up in the dry rice, add water,
and then put some vegetables in there like diced carrots or peas or whatever you want
to throw in. Then just steam that dish. Beautiful. You will really like that dish. It tastes fantastic. There’s many ways you can add clove to your
cooking. Stewing fruit, put clove in there. Cinnamon and clove go well together. Nutmeg as well. I forgot to mention with the Brassicas. I’ll often get nutmeg and grate that fresh
and put that on top of Brassicas. It tastes very nice. The Cayenne pepper is one of the best of all
spices to use for yeast infection. It contains a chemical called Cay-1. It’s got a novel way of breaking down the
fungal wall. If you like it hot, some people like it hot,
real hot. I like it medium-hot, not too hot. I’m not a really hot person. I sort of like things medium. But with curries, I don’t mind a bit of Cayenne
pepper in there. If you like heat, by all means, put some Cayenne
in there. Just watch out, because if it’s hot here,
it can be hot on the other end as well, if you know what I mean. Of course, that’s four spices and herbs. What about number five? The cultured and fermented foods. My favorite I mentioned in a previous video
is sauerkraut. I love sauerkraut. I make my own sauerkraut up. I’ve got different crocks I use. I just pick up a cheap one at the secondhand
shop. Make sure that it’s lead and cadmium free
if you’re going to get one. Usually you can tell by the glaze. You’re better off buying a crock yourself
from Amazon or whatever. The good crocks are usually German or Czechoslovakian
or Polish. They’ve got the rim at the top where you put
water in and the lid fits on there. Get a couple of weights that sit on the kraut
to keep it down and keep the juices above it. Look up YouTube videos. Plenty of videos on how to make sauerkraut. When my kitchen’s renovated, I’m going to
show you guys how I make sauerkraut up myself. The same way my grandma used to make it up. I just love the taste of it. As I said, if you love the taste of something,
you’re going to eat it regularly. If YouTube or Google tells you to like it,
and you don’t like it, you’re going to dump it – it’s a waste of time. Coconut Kefir – fantastic. Dairy Kefir – if made well, fantastic. Proper homemade yogurt – very good. Be careful with cultures and ferments that
you do it properly. You do it yourself, and make sure that you
really know what you’re doing. Look at a lot of YouTube videos and get some
good ideas on how to do it. There is some fantastic footage online now
to really help you and guide you and also some good books. Taste other peoples’ sauerkrauts and yogurts
and Kefirs to see what there is out there, because you may not be doing it right. Remember, if you don’t get this right with
the culture ferment, you’re going to end up with gut problems and aggravation. Try and add some cultured or fermented food
regularly into your diet. Coconut, garlic, Brassicas, herbs and spices,
fermented and cultured foods. They’re my top five. Click on the link below, please if you haven’t
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kind of problems that you might face in your gut. Thanks so much for tuning in. Don’t forget to comment, and also subscribe. Thank you.


  • Reply Candida Crusher December 19, 2017 at 9:31 pm

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  • Reply Retire Earlier and Better February 18, 2018 at 9:28 pm

    Some say no fermented foods, some say yes fermented foods. Some say no 'wild' fermented foods. Does that mean with salt only? IS WHey fermented considered wild or no? Its been a year and a half and still getting inflammation.

  • Reply Hope Kronmiller February 19, 2018 at 6:21 pm

    Thank you! Love all the info, espically the ! hour video truth

  • Reply Vince Skypala February 20, 2018 at 7:18 am

    yes you're right, Czechoslovakian here 🙂

  • Reply Opti Mystic February 25, 2018 at 4:56 pm

    This is amazing Dr. Bakker!!! Thank you so much.

  • Reply Karen Livreri March 1, 2018 at 2:50 pm

    I enjoyed this heartfelt video. Love the honesty. ♡

  • Reply Millie McGuire March 2, 2018 at 5:01 pm


  • Reply Dorothy Rogers March 4, 2018 at 1:25 am

    Thank you for sharing your amazing wealth of knowledge ! I do have one suggestion. Please mention somewhere that coconut, while excellent for fighting candida, may cause an outbreak of cold sores. I saw that info in another of your video, after I had been adding coconut to my diet. Had a cold sore happen within a week. Also, I wanted to know if lysine is okay to use . Thank you again!

  • Reply Cecilia Baxter March 4, 2018 at 6:17 pm

    Thank you very much for great information and tips. Very helpful!

  • Reply A Q March 7, 2018 at 2:02 pm

    Do you eat pizza doc? If so what ingredients do you use ?

  • Reply Mark Richter March 11, 2018 at 2:44 am

    Thankyou so much for putting out there such clear info on the most helpful foods for candida diet. And also for explaining how to enjoy them in a healthy, pleasurable, sustainable way. I have developed a serious bloating problem after two incredibly stressful years in my life and its made me quite poorly. So I need to find my way into a whole new way of eating and living. Your posts have been way more practical than anything else out there.

  • Reply Sidney Easton March 16, 2018 at 2:04 pm

    All natural foods are good for you in the right quantities, Processed foods are a mine field and usually contain extracts of natural plants refined to an extent that equates to unnatural substances that are at best not doing you any good at worst slowly making you ill. You need a balance of things in food but spooning some thing that is good for you down your throat in great quantity can do a lot more harm than good. Trace elements should be trace, natural enzymes should be in natural amounts. Remember your body needs arsenic to be healthy but you would be unwise to use more than occurs naturally. Enjoy your food have fun with different flavours, read labels and learn all the different names given to hidden sugar.

  • Reply CMV Robison March 23, 2018 at 2:39 pm

    I buy minced garlic, is that not good?

  • Reply I'm-perfectly happy to be me Michelle March 24, 2018 at 2:37 am

    That makes sense put crap in … get crap. Put good in and get good results.

  • Reply I'm-perfectly happy to be me Michelle March 24, 2018 at 2:42 am

    Wow thank you for telling us about raw kale.
    Don't get garlic from China they grow on human feces and put in bleach to turn white and their water is polluted. Video on You Tube.
    Is roasted garlic still good for you? I love it. I love salad dressing with organic honey, garlic. Italian seasonings, apple cider vinegar and olive oil and salt & pepper. thank you for sharing all this with us! I had kidney infections and the doctors gave antibiotic's and never told me to drink kefir eat yogurt nothing. That was the beginning of hellish problems and still suffering. fungal infection ears and back of head because I would wear my hair up after I washed it. I have to quit sugar it is the major problem.

  • Reply Missy Artistic March 24, 2018 at 10:35 pm

    Bedankt voor de info! Groetjes uit Nederland/Holland?

  • Reply Petr Weigl March 31, 2018 at 9:11 pm

    Thank you so much, you’ve helped me massively.

  • Reply Petr Weigl March 31, 2018 at 10:01 pm

    I knew about the kale from my great grandparents,?

  • Reply Ana Gomez April 2, 2018 at 4:52 pm

    Can a plant base eater (vegan) infected by yeast heal without eating meat? My physician said I will never cure if I do not eat flesh of animals.

  • Reply Vic Marshall April 4, 2018 at 11:17 am

    Thank you kind Sir?

  • Reply Mary Rives April 10, 2018 at 11:50 pm

    Where is the link to your free candida report, kind sir?

  • Reply Purified Bride April 12, 2018 at 4:47 pm

    I just bought coconut milk before I realized I had candida. The side ingredients says no added sugar then says less than 1g sugar. Can I still drink it?

  • Reply Rad Ace April 16, 2018 at 1:34 am

    1- coconut
    4-curcifirus veggies (broccoli, cauliflower, cooked kale..)
    5-fermented food

  • Reply Starla Dejong April 21, 2018 at 5:48 am

    Hi Eric i have stage 3 moving into stage 4 candida and its been 3 months of infection i have tried everything my naturalpath has sugested and im on Candida diet. Im so frustrated and miserable..i have spent so much money and its driving me broke! I have seen all ur vids and have used everything and still not healing. im losing patches of hair and scalp is infected. ? i desperatley need some help. Medical dr says im ok………im so irritated literally.

  • Reply Hooked on fishing? April 30, 2018 at 5:19 am

    Thank you for your information wish could get in contact with your information god bless

  • Reply Hooked on fishing? April 30, 2018 at 5:20 am

    Your a good man

  • Reply katrina brie May 2, 2018 at 2:25 am

    The only problem is garlic gives you BAD BREATH.

  • Reply katrina brie May 2, 2018 at 2:25 am

    The only problem is garlic gives you BAD BREATH.

  • Reply MrStarfox1980 May 3, 2018 at 2:03 am

    I mix a clove of garlic, crush it with a fork, let sit for 15 mins or so. mix it with Honey and swallow it.. after a min or so. its fine like i did not even eat it. and the Honey prevents the burning as you swallow it

  • Reply Ka Mi La May 13, 2018 at 10:25 am

    Hello ?
    at first great video ?thank you
    I'll try to maske my story short ?after 10 years of struggle for survival and trying to find out what's happening to me … candida was discovered in me 10 days ago… 8days ago I've started 3 months traitement and I already feel difference ?
    little ones but for me important one's ?
    you are 100% correct
    special diet it's really most important thing and I saw that by myself ?

    in all these years my body started to demand these vegetables, spices, herbs … and of course the coconut water hated by my family ??? we all should listen ourselves more ?
    thank you again for your advices and good luck ?

  • Reply Dan Faulkner May 17, 2018 at 6:58 pm

    Haha, you said "farted" haha. Great vid as always.

  • Reply TheMsarc May 18, 2018 at 2:25 am

    Excellent garlic grown in Gilroy, California

  • Reply James Brown May 22, 2018 at 12:13 am

    Garlic and onions kills the red blood cells

  • Reply Christina Andrews May 25, 2018 at 12:39 am

    If I ever get to New Zealand I would love to have lunch with you! You make all the food sound so yummy!

  • Reply Rene' Warren June 11, 2018 at 4:35 am

    I have also read that cruciferous vegetables are goitrogenic. Did not know kale should be eaten steamed or cooked only. Since I was diagnosed with Hashimoto's, I will no longer eat kale raw. Thank you for the info.

  • Reply V Y June 22, 2018 at 2:34 pm

    How about garlic pills ?

  • Reply Daniel Kakanakov June 23, 2018 at 3:39 pm

    Why fermented hoods? What's the point to put more yeast when you already have yeast overgrowth?

  • Reply Marie DeLozier June 24, 2018 at 8:09 pm

    Be sure yer kissin' buddy eats the garlic too so's yer breath won't knock'em over!!

  • Reply Shirley G July 5, 2018 at 10:28 am

    Dehydrated garlic powdered. Easy to put on anything.

  • Reply Lisa Gardner July 5, 2018 at 3:13 pm

    Does garlic effect red blood cells?

  • Reply Keeko July 6, 2018 at 2:12 am

    What is the opinion on the Keto diet?

  • Reply Keeko July 6, 2018 at 2:17 am


  • Reply cccar67 July 12, 2018 at 5:11 am

    Thanks so much for your informative videos. Love them all!

  • Reply Icon script July 24, 2018 at 6:26 pm

    What about Lugol's iodine solution, some people are swearing by it . Do you have any information regarding that? Thanks for ur help

  • Reply Michael Mathieu July 27, 2018 at 1:06 am

    Thanks for your videos!

    I’m wondering if you see people who have chronic fungal overgrowth not be able to fully get over it until they clean up other things like bigger parasites or heavy metals, etc.?

    I definitely have biofilm I know that because I’ve seen a bunch of come out. And I’ve got the diet thing covered. Do you think a half a cup of winter squash with each meal Is too much carbohydrate? I don’t do any grains or fruit or sugars of any kind, except I do make my own beat Kvass and I don’t drink it until it’s sour sour.

  • Reply Yvette Riera August 8, 2018 at 3:22 pm

    How can I protect myself d microwave emmitters!!! Direct Energy Weapon . And gassed in my own apt. My situation it's personal I know who put me on the program. Please advise me I'm 66 almost in 2mos. And getting weaker by the day . Need advice. Thank you and God bless you all the information you give us.

  • Reply Michael Hill August 13, 2018 at 6:43 am

    How can get an appointment please?

  • Reply Akther Sharmin August 16, 2018 at 8:02 pm

    Is Cassava and Taros are ok for Candida??

  • Reply raydingle91 August 20, 2018 at 12:52 pm

    I read garlic was poison somewhere

  • Reply seeamerica1 August 30, 2018 at 2:22 am

    So cooked garlic won't help at all? Am I getting any benefits from cooked garlic? I broil it until it's soft enough to chew because I've lost my bottom teeth + I can't chew raw garlic. I also add chopped ginger in my cooked meals + drink ginger tea made from a ginger root.

  • Reply Anka Belgium October 8, 2018 at 4:56 pm

    Dear Eric,
    Candida Galbrata gas been found in my stool (substantial growth)and I am freaking out.
    Is this something to worry about?Should I see a doctor about it?And what about meds?
    Thanks a lot for helping me out!
    Kindest regard!

  • Reply YIshis Lassie October 15, 2018 at 12:20 pm

    Over the past year or so, I have learned to appreciate your youtube posts, and respect your authenticity and generosity, Dr. Eric. A year ago August was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. Changed diet, and because of where God has me living, plus a giving son, miraculously got Rife, silver, gold, dmso, ozone therapies, and a full hysterectomy in May, even though I have no insurance. Now I am looking for ways to maintain health w/out paying for and undergoing ghastly medical testing. Do have itching at front sides of neck, foggy vision, and a few other symptoms, so today decided to download your book. Soon will order the 3 months-worth of products. THANK YOU. BLESS YOU AND YOURS.

  • Reply Kevina Williams October 18, 2018 at 12:24 am

    Coconut with the flesh is healthy.. coconut oil coats the colon!!!

  • Reply Belinda Engstrand October 20, 2018 at 10:43 pm

    The only thing I eat yesterday was pa D’arco tea with ginger apple cider vinegar, and cinnamon (throughout they day) 2 large ripe avocados, steamed spinach/broccoli with raw garlic, and unsweetened coconut shavings. I have stage 3 Candida overgrowth and can see the Tinea Viescolor coming back. The coconut shavings have 1 gram of sugar I see, but I thought they were okay. I’ve been following all of your advice, but I’m starting to feel like I can’t eat anything anyone without it coming back. It’s frustrating to see on your skin when your Candida has been fed. ?

  • Reply Jamie Watkins November 11, 2018 at 11:15 pm

    Dear Eric, I have been watching your videos, thank you for posting them! I have had a lot of food intolerances and believe I have candida and leaky gut. I was able to take caprylic acid or coconut oil but now, my heart speeds up like other the food intolerances. Would you happen to know why this happens? I would really like to tolerate coconut oil again. I am looking forward to your response!! Thank you, Jamie

  • Reply Lucy Alice November 12, 2018 at 8:59 am

    This is so so so useful!!!! I'm detoxing from candida atm… Started using Collidal silver and it's the only thing that has worked over the years!!!!

  • Reply Tyler Stockdale November 25, 2018 at 10:36 am

    This is an amazing source of information, thanks so much!
    I know apple cider vinegar is good and olive oil helps as well. I like hot spicy foods so I've actually made my own "shot" for in between meals.
    I take 2 tbsp of the vinegar, add 1 tbsp of olive oil, a clove of minced garlic, a dash of cayenne pepper and stir it with a fork.
    You'd have to be crazy like me to enjoy it though but it's helped my digestion a lot.

  • Reply Frederic Hakoune November 26, 2018 at 1:38 pm

    Dear Dr Bakker, except for coconut and herbs, all the other anti-candida foods are not going with IBS diet, do you have an advice here ? It is getting difficult to not be hungry when having both right !

  • Reply Ebru Köksal November 27, 2018 at 11:59 am

    Thank you for all these information and I wanna know, can I buy your supplements on a website other than you added?. I live in Turkey and as I noticed it's delivered only in the US. Do you deliver to Turkey?

  • Reply Ange Aziz November 30, 2018 at 4:36 am

    Sir my problem is that I stinks and also people are coughing and sneezing around me so I am confused

  • Reply Ragini Verma December 2, 2018 at 11:17 am

    I have been suffering from chronic VI and now eating raw garlic on empty stomach and the results are fine.

  • Reply Smart 84 December 5, 2018 at 2:37 am

    is rew garlic save for my pregnancy???

  • Reply J Anderson December 6, 2018 at 5:05 am

    That's an excellent video! I'm thankful to God for causing me to come across it. It's nothing short of what I needed to hear. Right away I purchased a list of the veggies you mentioned in the video. Next I'll get the herbs and spices, etc … and put them to use right away. I intend to get rid of my candida overgrowth and be myself again. Thanks a million !!!

  • Reply Rita Mario December 8, 2018 at 5:35 am

    You have a new subscriber, can the garlic inserting cure the problem?

  • Reply Tammy Strong December 12, 2018 at 4:42 pm

    New Zealand is so beautiful. You are blessed to be surrounded by such beauty

  • Reply About36GREEKS December 16, 2018 at 8:41 am

    RAW HONEY !!

  • Reply Freddy00701 December 19, 2018 at 4:00 am

    Secret for cooking cabbages etc for smell reductions. Cook it with celery and wont smell as bad!!!!!!

  • Reply SupernovaSun77 December 21, 2018 at 11:19 pm

    My tongue has been white for 5 years. I’ve tried everything. Started taking centrum silver and after one day I was able to brush 90% of it off.

    I took only one pill as directed.
    However I used a second pill and put it into about 2 inches of water in a Poland springs bottle and shook it until the pill was pretty much dissolved. I then took that solution and kept it in my mouth for about 10-15 minutes. Next day I brushed my tongue and my tongue is 90% back to normal. The pills are about $14 at cvs. Good luck!

  • Reply Torok Akos December 24, 2018 at 12:17 am

    If your throat gland has bin take it out by idiot doctors, later in your all life you gonna get candida overgrowth. If you have candida or gas problem, 100% your small bowel ,or your gallbladder is not clean, (gallbladder sludge), and maybe you have microcrack in your gut! Do not use any probiotic or chemical or cleanse technic! Its not neccesary. If you fight against candida you have to boost your immunsystem, and keep it clean your small bowel tract. First step no more cigarette and alkohol in your all life. So 1, and sometime 2 day waterfast every week. Before you go to bed, ONLY 2 table spoon olive oil one lemon juice mix drink it, on the fasting days only. Your bile gonna clean your gut for morning. The food; make shore eat meat every second day, for your bile and liver and your immunsystem. With Rice, or beans or potatoes or any vegetable with a little any tipe of sour fermented kabbage. As doctor said, with turmeric powder, and raw grated ginger. AFTER meal 1 or 2 table spoon apple cider winegar with water, make your stomach acid and liver works stronger. You can eat after your meal apples or any fruits, but dont eat never only fruits. Any time if you want eat fruit salad or any salads, add in 2 table spoon olive oil, and grated ginger. If you can, every morning go to jogging half an hour with empty stomach, and eat only after 1 hour later when your small gut start to moving. Important! Do not masturbate, because that cause gallbladder or bowel shock, convulsion, or cramps, the next few days, because this exercise confuse your Limbic System in your brain! Seriously! Read the Bible, pray, and calm down every evening. Thats it! Easy!

  • Reply Belinda Wailan December 26, 2018 at 1:00 pm

    My mom is forcing me to use salysalic acid in my candida in my groin,, Im constantly using Ketocononazole and Clobestasol,, can you give your insight?

  • Reply Eileen C. December 29, 2018 at 1:39 pm

    Excellent! I love listening to your videos; plain speaking, easy to understand and easy to implement. Thanks so much.

  • Reply LauraMarie Taylor January 11, 2019 at 4:49 am

    Oh my – I didn’t know that about raw kale. I have been putting baby kale in smoothies sometimes – what about kale salads when the kale is massaged and softened? Is heating it the key?

  • Reply Randomizer Clips January 16, 2019 at 10:53 pm

    Doesn't garlic have a neurotoxin in it?

  • Reply Josh Wilmott January 19, 2019 at 7:17 pm

    Hi Eric, how are you? Was just wondering if anti fungals kill probiotics and if so, how's best to take them in relation to each other? Many thanks!

  • Reply Joseph Benassi January 27, 2019 at 1:53 pm

    Can anyone help me out, ive been taken off of my insurance and during that time I have been fighting athletes foot, that gas crept up to my upper ankle, and now is slowly creeping up towards my knee, it has gotten worse because it itches so bad i break the skin and it again gets inflamed and creates scabbing, could Candida be the cause of this it is so painful and i cant afford health care so sny help would be appreciated.

  • Reply Tania Gauci January 27, 2019 at 6:07 pm

    Thanks very helpful but I love raw kale lol ☺️?

  • Reply Orgone EMF Protection February 3, 2019 at 6:25 am

    Clove is wonderful thanks for reminding me about that. Cheers

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  • Reply Hanaa Lamihi February 13, 2019 at 1:03 pm

    I do have terrible reaction of coconut oil

  • Reply Tania South February 18, 2019 at 1:19 am

    New sub here, anyone in Auckland that has a chat room for candida victims pls?

  • Reply Pinkeyswear 77 February 18, 2019 at 5:14 pm

    Apple Cider vinegar?? Your thoughts

  • Reply shitzuworld February 19, 2019 at 12:23 am

    enjoying your videos. i do have a comment. Could you set the camera more are your face level. Its distracting to have you looking down into a camera. LOL Thanks

  • Reply Daniel UKIPS February 23, 2019 at 12:25 pm

    I thought you can't have alcohol with a candida infection or rice for that matter???

  • Reply GreggsWorld March 1, 2019 at 4:58 pm

    I don't know if I have candida but nonetheless, this guy, there's just something about this guy that I love and believe. Thanks for your recommendation and humour and honesty. I am going to try all your recommendations for my better well being.

  • Reply Lady Hannah March 3, 2019 at 3:27 am

    Is Kifer & Fermented veggies good for Parasites and SIBO?….GREAT VIDEO?

  • Reply 3NL1GHT3N March 11, 2019 at 12:20 pm

    Drink Alkaline water it's very important. Also Dr you should enable comments back on your recent videos.

  • Reply Margarita Orlova March 26, 2019 at 3:19 pm

    Definitely, this is the best expert on candidiasis in the internet ( I have researched the topic for 20 years, non-stop, I prefer the original researches, but he got all of them).

  • Reply Luxor Linens March 29, 2019 at 12:30 pm

    Anything about bone broth ?

  • Reply davidcalci2476 April 2, 2019 at 9:56 pm

    Hi.. Eric Dekker,can sea moss benfit people with candida? I bought a bottle of it and just am curious.

  • Reply LaceyAnna88 April 3, 2019 at 4:51 pm


  • Reply Daffy B April 11, 2019 at 2:05 pm

    Coconut oil now linked to blocked arteries. I've dropped it but will stick to the milk.

  • Reply R kaur May 17, 2019 at 10:17 pm

    Hello sir I just ordered your product from your website. I have mouth candida. Yellow and white coating on tounge. My tounge and lips like burning. I ordered 3 bottles packed. Plz let me know how to take correct amounts?

  • Reply Shaila Alam May 30, 2019 at 11:39 am

    Is black seed oil helps remove candida ?

  • Reply Lisa Gardner May 30, 2019 at 3:06 pm

    What about coconut yogurt unsweetened

  • Reply Elizabeth Fuentes Scallorn June 12, 2019 at 6:30 pm

    Thank you very much for your information!!! ?

  • Reply Trwerking man June 16, 2019 at 6:21 pm

    Top 5 foods are below

    1, Ice cream
    2, Kebabs
    3, Chips
    4, Cakes
    5, Krispy Kreams

  • Reply Elizabeth Clark June 24, 2019 at 7:15 pm

    Thank you for your time and information.

  • Reply Magnum Opus 777 June 28, 2019 at 12:31 pm

    What about raw coconut butter?

  • Reply L M July 3, 2019 at 4:08 pm

    Please help me. I have been suffering from candida Glabrata for almost a year now. I have tried fluconazole and clotrimazole in different doses and different ways. Nothing is working. I have seen my GP countless times. I have seen a gynecologist a few times they just told me these two medication are only ones available. I had to stop taking fluconazole because it gave me heart problems. The gynecologist told me to just play around with clotrimazole and there’s nothing else.
    Please help me. I’m in constant discomfort and pain. Please help me.

  • Reply Dave Philip July 18, 2019 at 9:06 am

    I started eating 3 cloves of raw garlic today

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