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The 10 Signs Of Candida And How To Treat Them

August 16, 2019


Greetings. It’s New Zealand naturopath, Eric
Bakker. I’m author of Candida Crusher and formulator of the Canxida range of supplements.
Thanks for checking out my video. I’ve got a fan called prochessplayer. His name is Josh
and Josh has asked me a few times now to do a video called the 10 Signs of Candida and
how to treat them, so I’m going to have a go at this, Josh. Thanks for your ongoing
support and I trust you’ll get some good information out of this. I think Josh might live in Canada.
I just got that feeling that he’s a Canadian person judging from some of the comments I
received on YouTube. What I’ve done, Josh, is I’ve broken this
down into different categories. I’ve got a few gastrointestinal symptoms. I’ve got a
few genital urinary symptoms, a few ear, nose and throat, a few skin ones and a few central
nervous systems. Because there are so many different signs and symptoms of Candida, I’m
not going to go into all of the different signs and symptoms of Candida. I’m just going
to really pick on 10 of the most common presentations that I would see in the clinic, then I’m going
to explain a little bit about some of the best ways to treat these particular kinds
of symptoms. Bear in mind that when you’ve got a yeast
infection, it’s good, obviously, if it’s a bad symptom to get symptom relief, but you’re
better off really treating the condition as a whole in terms of lifestyle and diet as
I’ve explained in Candida Crusher. The quiz that we have created at yeastinfection.org
also will give you a very good idea on how severe the yeast infection really is and it
will also show the different kinds of signs and symptoms as you grow through the screens.
A lot of those signs and symptoms on that quiz I’m going to talk about here right now
on this video. The first three signs and symptoms really
relate to gastrointestinal, so GI or gut issues tend to be some of the most common things
that people talk to me about when it comes to a yeast infection. Yeast tend to ferment.
They love sugar. They cause fermentation and that naturally causes bloating and gas, which
is probably one of the most common symptoms I hear people talking about is abdominal issues.
It could be pain. It could be gas. It could be bloating. It could be farting. It could
be lots of burping. We get that occasionally with people if they tend to get a lot of yeast
in the upper part of the gut. Yeast can also thrive in the stomach, the small intestine,
the large intestine, in the junction between the small and large intestine. Yeast have
been known to flourish throughout the digestive system, so it’s quite a fallacy to believe
that they just live in the colon or the large intestine. They can live anywhere in the gut.
They’ll thrive anywhere. Especially if they find a good sugar source or a nutrient source
and a lack of opposing beneficial bacteria. Lots of gas and bloating is number one. A
good way obviously to treat that is to cut back immediately on the kind of foods that
can promote gas and bloating, so sugars in your diet, fruits in your diet, take away
food in your diet. In the Candida Crusher book, I talk about the seven-day induction
diet before you actually start going into and get serious with the three-stage Candida
Crusher diet will try to do what I call “warm turkey.” That’s very appropriate coming out
of Christmas to talk about the warm turkeys. Cold turkey is not that pleasant. Cold turkey
means you stop things right away. Warm turkey means that you have a seven-day period of
grace before you cut the crap out of your diet, so just gently over a seven-day period
take foods out. Swap over to a fresh, clean kind of a diet. That’s what I call the “warm
turkey” approach and that immediately is going to help cut back on gas and bloating.
What about if you have gas and bloating now and you’ve got a perfect diet? Well, you might
want to take some digestive enzymes and some probiotics. I’ve created a product called
Canxida Restore, which is perfect for gas and bloating. So the Canxida Restore product
you can get at Canxida.com. You would take two or three of these per day and that’s going
to help significantly with the gas and bloating if you’ve got a very good diet. If your diet
is not good, make the change, swap to good food, and then take the Canxida Restore. There’s
no point in taking a good probiotic enzyme formula if you’re having pizzas and swallowing
it down with Coca-Cola all day, is there. Pretty dumb thing to do, isn’t it? But some
people do crazy things. Number two. Bowel change. Bowel changes commonly
occur with people with stress, with Candida, with SIBO, small intestinal bacterial overgrowth
and parasites, people on various medications, IBS or irritable bowel syndrome. About 50
percent of people with IBS usually suffer from stress. Stress has an incredible effect
to bowel change. It can cause change in many different ways, but particularly in how the
bowel moves food and stool through peristalsis, the movement and the passage of things through
the bowel, and that’s very much affected by stress. The autonomic nervous system that
controls digestion and gut motility very much gets screwed up with stress. Especially if
you’ve got skinny motions at times or bigger motions or you’re going at different times
of the day. It’s all over the show. It could well be stress underpinning it. Make sure
if you get bowel changes, that you try to relax more, chew food better, don’t eat your
main meal in front the horror movie every night at six o’clock, which is the six o’clock
news about who just got beheaded or something. Not a good idea to eat dinner in those circumstances.
Bleeding from the bowel, pain, all those sorts of things may need checking out with your
doctor. So if you’re really concerned about a recent bowel change, you need to get checked
out. Go to the doctor, get some blood testing done. A sudden bowel change can signify some
structural changes. Bowel changes commonly occur with Candida. In that case, if you get
lots of constipation and diarrhea, think about taking the Canxida Remove product, the anti-fungal/anti-bacterial/anti-parasite
tablet. Take one, two or three per day. That’s going to help tone up the bowel because it’s
going to help remove a lot of these pests and encourage the beneficial bacteria to come
back again, which is what the Canxida Restore does. It improves the ability of the body
to break food down and it also gives you a lot more beneficial bacteria that is going
to help a lot to create better bowel motions. Bowel changes, also think about eating good
food like point one. Chewing properly. Eating lots of fresh products in your diet. Having
good protein. Chewing it properly. Exercising or walking every day. These things will encourage
good bowel formation, good bowel tone. Number three. Sweet cravings. Many people
I see crave sweet foods and you’ll know you’ve got Candida when you crave sweets on a regular
basis, especially after food I find is a key time for sweet cravings for some people with
bad Candida infections. How do you treat a sweet craving? Well, there is a couple of
ways you can treat it. A good way to treat it to start with is to cut back on the amount
of sweet foods you eat and eat more protein in your diet, more fresh foods.
Also take the enzyme probiotic that I mentioned before, Restore, because that’s going to increase
the way that your stomach and small intestine work. You’ll break food down better. It will
affect the receptors in your brain positively because it reduces the ability for your brain
to want glucose. It’s supplying your brain and the cells of your body with superior nutrition.
When the digestion works well, the N cells and target cells get the nutrition more efficiently.
Sugar cravings I find occur often with people with faulty digestion, poor levels of beneficial
bacteria, and particularly poor levels of digestive enzymes. Many people with pancreatic
dysfunction crave sweet stuff. And the more sweet stuff you get, the more you will crave
it and the more bloating you will get, the more burping, the more weird bowel motions.
It’s basically a Catch 22 that you’re going to get out of. Slowly swapping to a fresh,
healthy diet, chewing properly and taking a good enzyme is going to really help reduce
sweet cravings. There is also an herb called Gymnema Silvestre
that I’ve written about in Candida Crusher. Taking a few drops of Gymnema liquid on the
tongue. It tastes really bitter, but it blocks the ability of the tongue to send a signal
to the brain that it wants sweet food. It’s almost like a switch that gets turned off.
It’s fantastic. Chromium picolinate, 500 mcg capsule, maybe a few times a day will also
help with wicked sweet cravings. And I encourage eating things like capsicum or sweet kinds
of vegetables to chew on that are going to help a bit with sweet cravings. Sometimes
an apple will help with the sweet craving. You will find that it will diminish over time
as your diet changes and your digestion changes. That’s the three gut symptoms.
Now let’s talk about a couple of genitourinary symptoms associated with Candida. Common signs.
Kidney or bladder infections, especially recurrent. Many people get recurring bladder infections
and kidney infections. Is it linked with Candida? I think it is in many cases. And many people
with recurring bacterial or e-coli infections often have a yeast infection as well. And
that’s because they often take antibiotics to counter these infections. Trimethoprim
or different kinds of antibiotics will kill the beneficial flora and yeast will thrive.
Yeast will often partner up with bad bacteria. By cleaning up yeast in your body, changing
your diet, drinking more water, it’s going to really help significantly to nail these
infections. I’ve written a whole page on UTIs, urinary
tract infections, on ericbakker.com. You can read that page. It’s one of my very commonly
read pages. There is a powder called d-mannose. Usually taking one to two teaspoons per day
of that will help to get rid of the e-coli bacteria. The mannose sticks to e-coli almost
like Velcro and it helps to pee it out of the body more efficiently. Cranberry juice
is good. Quite alkaline. Also has a similar ability to stop bacteria adhering to the bladder
wall and to the urethra. When you have the cranberry, I prefer that you buy the whole
berries from the health food shop and simmer them for five minutes in some hot water and
then drink that tea. Don’t buy bottles of cranberry crap from the shop because it’s
usually full of sugar, which defeats the purpose. The golden rule with UTIs and kidney and bladder
problems. Drink tons of water. Stop alcohol. Keep away from sugary foods. Be careful with
intimate relations. Honeymoon cystitis is common in young people. They get recurring
infections from sexual contact. And of course personal hygiene is a key way to get rid of
these infections. Thrush or jock itch, number five. Very common.
Lots of people contact me for recurring thrush with females and also jock itch. I’ve done
many videos on jock itch for males and I get lots and lots of questions regarding burning
scrotum and burning balls and burning penis and burning this. It may seem like a crazy
job I’ve got, but I kind of enjoy helping people out with these personal problems. You
can read a lot about this in blogs I’ve written on yeastinfection.org or check out my videos.
The big thing with jock itch is personal hygiene. It’s very big. Regular showering. Again, targeting
the gut fungus using my Canxida Remove and Restore. You can see the videos I’ve done
on that. It will tell you exactly how to use it. Using tea tree oil or coconut products
regularly will help to allay the itch. Lots of sunlight, salt water. There are many ways
you can get rid of a jock itch. Thrush, boric acid capsules. Check out my
two-stage vaginal treatment program that I talk quite a lot about. You can read that
in Candida Crusher. You can read it at yeastinfection.org and you can see the videos I’ve created on
vaginal thrush. Thrush can be nailed beautifully by targeting internal treatment. If you’re
menstruating, especially menstruation, you do the kill phase and post-menstruation, do
the build phase. Three menstrual cycles back to back along with correct diet and lifestyle,
you’ve nailed the condition in 90 percent of cases. I’ve worked with well over a thousand
women that had vaginal thrush and had fantastic results with the protocol. Be sure to take
the Canxida Remove and the Canxida Restore to really assist in regulating the internal
environment. Because getting rid of thrush or jock itch is not just about treating the
local area. It’s about getting your lifestyle right, getting your diet right, and using
just a small amount of high quality supplementation as the icing on the cake.
Number six. Now we’ve got a couple of ENT, ear, nose and throat issues. Six is nasal
condition, phlegm, coughing, clearing up phlegm, all those awful sounds that some people make.
People with nasal congestion, stuffiness, phlegm, coughing, all that kind of stuff is
very much yeast related. A lot of these people crave sugar or have a lot of carbohydrates
in their diet like lots of bread. They might have a few slices of bread and they cough
up phlegm later. Very common. Milk can be associated with this, too. Many people have
got allergies toward milk. That can create excess mucous and then bacteria and yeast
like to thrive in that environment. But I find a lot of throat clearing and nasal congestion
especially to be Candida related. Once you’ve cleared the bugs from the gut and you’ve got
the balance back, the sinus in the nose should be nice and clear.
How do we get rid of the nasal congestion? Well, again, you need to get the inner environment
right. There is no point in taking steroid nasal sprays and antihistamines and crap like
that if you’ve got an infection underpinning it and then a poor diet. That’s just encouraging
it. You need to get the causes addressed. Tinnitus, headaches, sinus, teeth pain, they’re
all related to yeast infection. I’m not saying that all of these things are caused always
by yeast infection, but there is an association there. Tinnitus, how the hell can that be
causes by Candida? Or teeth pain, I mean this guy is really off his tree by saying that
isn’t he? I’ve done videos recently on the vagus nerve explaining about the connection
with the nerve and the base of the brain. The vagus nerve is the largest nerve that
controls the parasympathetic dominance in the body. Basically, it helps to balance the
stress response. It sends information from the gut up to the brain and the brain in turn
gets that information back to the gut again. There is a big connection there. There are
tiny little nerves called oracular branches that run off the vagus nerve. People with
bad gut problems can actually get fluttering sounds in their ears and dizzy spells. I do
associate tinnitus also with anxiety and I see it particularly in people in their late
50s up to mid-60s in women more so than men. There are other causes with tinnitus. I might
do some videos just to explain tinnitus in more detail. I associate that with gut problems
in general, but also anxiety and other kinds of issues.
Tension headaches. Very common with Candida. Tension headaches are often caused by stress.
Headaches can also be caused a lot by sinus congestion and liver congestion. Headaches
that are caused by liver pain, you’ll often get pain around the top of the head, pain
around the eyes. Headaches caused by Candida can be all around the face. It can be on the
side. It can be behind the eyes. It can be the head in general. Candida also produces
a lot of byproducts as a result of its interaction with the immune system. And when Candida dies,
it will create all kinds of cell fragments that tend to jam up the immune system. These
things affect immunity quite a lot that upregulate the immune response and cause inflammation.
Inflammation can cause heat, flushing, redness and pain, sweaty, all common signs of yeast
infection in many people that I see. Sinusitis. If you’ve got nasal congestion,
phlegm, it’s easy then for it to be a breeding ground and then bugs will take off and you’ll
get an infection. What does the doctor give you? More antibiotics and then you’re going
to get more yeast infection. Teeth pain. When you get a lot of swelling
of the maxillary sinus in different areas as a result of infection, it puts pressure
on facial nerves. You can actually feel pain all around the teeth even. That can be as
a result of a yeast infection. Yes, it can. Especially if you’ve got root canals or dead
teeth causing bacterial infections even more so. These things can be alleviated a lot with
cloths against the face, like nice hot packs are going to help significantly. There are
different herbal aids that we can use to alleviate pain, homeopathic medicines, but we can’t
specifically go into that with this video. Tinnitus can be alleviated greatly with acupuncture
and especially if you start really working on relaxation exercises. There are particular
exercises to correct your balance to get relief. Two more problems here. Eight and nine relate
to skin and nail. Toenail or nail fungus is a very common sign of Candida. Number nine
is psoriasis or white patches under the skin. Take the socks off and have a look if you’ve
got any fungal toenails. Many people have got fungal toenails. In fact, it’s huge. There
are a lot of advertisements on TV in many countries for treatments targeting toenail
fungus. People with recurring toenail fungus usually have got gastrointestinal yeast infections.
So again, it’s not just local treatment for the toenail, you need to address the gut and
get the gut right. It’s incredible how many times I’ve heard
a guy say that when he stopped drinking beer altogether, within six months, the toenail
fungus cleared up. Or a woman drinking wine or people eating a lot of sugar in general
or alcohol. These are often tied up with promoting the yeast infection. Don’t kid yourself for
a minute that you will have only toenail fungus and no fungus in other parts of the body.
You will. I guarantee you. I’ve seen this many times. The way to treat toenail fungus
is treat the body systemically for yeast infection. Again, have a look at the Canxida Remove that
I’ve created and the Canxida Restore. These two products because they’re going to help
quite a lot. Target the internal environment on the toe try tea tree oil. Another tip that
I’ve recently discovered is using a bit of boric acid powder. I’ve got some boric acid
powder here. Here it is. No, no. It’s not what you think. I’m not into methamphetamine
or stuff like that. This is boric acid powder. Boric acid powder, you can actually mix up
a little bit with coconut oil and just gently poke that in and around the toenail. Make
up a paste and smear that around the toenail. One of my patients said it was absolutely
fantastic in getting rid of the yeast infection. That’s a tip to use the boric acid powder.
Also tea tree oil. Put a few drops of tea tree oil every single day on the toenail or
oregano oil. That’s going to really help to treat that infection indeed.
The psoriasis. Very common for people with psoriasis to have a yeast infection. In fact,
three quarters of psoriasis patients, if not more, suffer with Candida. That’s a fact.
You can google it and have a look. There are research papers actually now that actually
validate that statement. White skin patches. Check out a product I’ve recently created
called Canxida Cream. You can get that on Amazon. Canxida Cream is a kind of unique
product that I formulated after requests from many people that wanted a cream that was gentle,
perfect for dry skin, that could be used on cracked skin, and I’m finding it fantastic
for psoriasis patients. Really, really effective. But I’m also recommending it now for jock
itch and white skin patches. Some people get white fungal skin patches. It can be used
on the scalp. It can be used on the private areas. It can be used anywhere. I wouldn’t
use it internally, but it can be used all around the vaginal area and around the penis
and scrotum. All those areas are affectively treated with Canxida Cream. Check the cream
out. You’ll find it on Amazon. It’s quite inexpensive and it’s a nice product with apricot
kernel oil it. It’s got tea tree oil in it. It’s a very effective product.
How do we treat psoriasis? How do we treat skin patches? Again, like the toenail fungus.
Treat the gut. Treat the internal environment. Take an antifungal product like the Canxida
Remove. Take a probiotic enzyme like the Canxida Restore. Correct the diet. All of that diet
information I’ve made multiple videos on. You can look at all that for free. Check out
my blog yeastinfection.org. I try to give you guys as much free information as I can
to really help you out there. Number ten. Central nervous system. Poor concentration,
decreased memory, loss of self-confidence and self-esteem, mood swings, irritability.
All of these things are potential issues that a lot of Candida patients face. When you’ve
been sick for a long time, when people lose confidence in you, close family and friends
think you’re nuts, the doctor thinks you need to see a psychiatrist, of course, you’re going
to lose self-confidence. You’re going to feel like you’re a screwball. You’re going to think
there is something wrong with you. In fact, there isn’t. There is something wrong with
a lot of other people. You’ve lost the confidence in you. This is how I felt when I was in my
20s. People thought I was crazy. They thought I need to see a psychiatrist with Candida.
Then I started to realize that this condition made me feel terrible. But what made me even
more terrible was the loss of confidence that people had in me. That made me feel really
depressed. Depression can be a part of long term Candida, especially when you feel too
sick to go outside. Too sick to work. Too sick to have bright lights coming in on you.
And you feel pissed off. You feel angry. You feel irritable when you’re like that. That
keeps people away. How do you get on top of this? How do you
improve these bad moods and how you feel as a result of Candida and the result of a lifestyle
caused by Candida? You need to have the ability to understand that you will improve bit by
bit. Improve what you can and understand there are things that you can improve that will
take time. As your confidence and self-esteem increases, you’ll find you’ll get better and
better and better. It will take time to do that. Keep working on the digestive system
and everyday make the right kind of choices. You call the shots in terms of what you eat,
what you drink, people you mix with, your ability to exercise or sit in front of the
TV, the kind of movies you watch. All those things influence your ability to heal to great
degree. Really when you think about it, healing is
in your hands. Not in the doctor’s hands. That’s a very important message I like to
bring across as we come to the close of this video that you’re responsible for your own
health. You’re also responsible for your own healing. As you improve, you’ll be amazed
that how your friendships will be restored again and you’ll actually your job. You’ll
enjoy your intimate relationship and you’ll enjoy living again. That’s what I call the
upward spiral. When things improve, everything improve. When things go down, everything goes
down. It’s your call. I hope that gives you some information on
the ten signs, typical things that I would see if Candida yeast infection and how to
treat them. Don’t forget to sign up for my YouTube channel. I appreciate the support.
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Thanks so much for tuning in.

100 Comments

  • Reply ProChessPlayer December 11, 2015 at 4:39 pm

    Thanks so much for taking the time out of your schedule to do such a detailed video doc. I will share it on my facebook group and with friends going through candida infection. Once again, thanks and yes I am from Canada.

  • Reply Antonio Sarra December 11, 2015 at 7:33 pm

    What about weak, achy, sore legs?

  • Reply bordelon777 December 11, 2015 at 10:34 pm

    Hi Doc! You mentioned tinnitus and dizziness in this video. I have been having ringing in my ears and feel like I"m standing in a boat the past few weeks off and on. Sometimes if I just bend forward or backward slightly, everything starts spinning. My doctor said I didn't have any fluid in my ears and told me to take anti-histimines. They don't work needless to say. Is this caused from the candida? I deal with the sinus congestion issues and allergies to dust and environmental /chemical smells. I just started back on the Canxida Remove and have been taking the Restore for over 2 months. What can I do to resolve this issue please? Thanks for your help!!

  • Reply justme smith December 14, 2015 at 11:20 am

    Do you've an email address ? I like to email you . Thanks !!!!!

  • Reply Jack Wolf December 17, 2015 at 9:38 pm

    Thanks for taking the time to help so many, doc. I've been sick with this thing for years. I was diagnosed by a naturopath about 8 years ago but had been showing symptoms for at least four years before that. Some of the symptoms you are talking about here are like what I have. My main ones are head fog, light headedness, tinnitus, blurry vision and constipation. The blurry vision is a real pain. I've had my eyes checked by optometrists and opthamologists and they tell me its normal age related change. Problem is some days its pretty good; other days, usually along with other symptoms, its not. Following along in your book now. Looking very forward to beating this thing.

  • Reply Vipstephen January 31, 2016 at 4:19 am

    Hi Eric, do you have any experience dealing with someone with fecal body odor as a symptom?

  • Reply Laurie B February 14, 2016 at 10:27 pm

    (USA fan here)
    I had been functioning okay until about a year ago when I got a NAIL fungus infection on my big toe, then it went partially numb (never had this). Then a female yeast infection which I hadn't had since I was a teenager. Then I started losing all initiative to do anything I used to do and became very depressed, totally anxiety ridden which in turn affected my sleep dramatically and found it hard to keep a thought in my head for more than a couple of seconds it seemed (I do computer work and have to write a lot of code). I forced myself out of the house and went to see my psychiatrist as I have been long-time sufferer of depression and anxiety but NOTHING like this!

    He decided to try a myriad of medications on me all with horrible side effects. I truly thought my problems were 100% mental!

    Now, I have oral thrush, but have started implementing your suggestions like, garlic, coconut oil etc.

    I think it all started when my GP placed me on TWO Prevacid pills per day and my dentist placed me on a long term antibiotic for 2 abscessed teeth under my bridge. I have never had so many problems with so many infections in my entire life!!

    Thanks SO much for aknowledging that people who have this are NOT crazy… I ordered you Canxida Remove and will get the Canxida Restore later on this week. I wouldn't know where to start with all this, so thanks for doing this for us!!

  • Reply K February 22, 2016 at 1:32 am

    Can Canxida Remove be taken while breastfeeding? If not what can be done as an alternative besides diet?

  • Reply Alban Haziri March 14, 2016 at 5:56 pm

    Dr I heard that candida can cause fasciculations too. Have you experienced these over your time treating patients?

  • Reply Duane Hartze March 15, 2016 at 3:09 am

    Excellent video….where is your products page. remove and restore?

  • Reply Katie Killory April 12, 2016 at 8:03 pm

    hola, good info

  • Reply Keyana Wilson May 5, 2016 at 9:29 am

    I've been told candida feeds on ALL unsaturated fats? Ex. chapstick, lotions, cosmetics, hair products. Whats your knowlege about this?

  • Reply Gayle Cox May 16, 2016 at 2:53 pm

    Great info ,thank you .

  • Reply Hazel Schmidt May 18, 2016 at 8:26 pm

    Thank you for all that you do to help us! Can I take Canxida if I have gall bladder issues? I don't have stones, I just have IBS issues if I eat certain foods. I was told to avoid garlic but I see that is one of the main ingredients. I believe I have a severe case of candida in my gut and I've been following your diet but I know I need the right supplements to help me fight through this. Please help!

  • Reply Phil Roach June 19, 2016 at 10:38 pm

    Hello Eric and how are you? Nice videos, I like how straight you talk. Anyway this is my question… I have had many of the symptoms caused by Candida and this has been the case for well over five years but I've just ignored it and never looked into what may be wrong. Anyway over the past six months or so my problems have got a lot worse and my skin has suffered greatly due to whatever is wrong with my insides. After constantly researching and researching on what is the cause of my skin problems I arrive at Candida. I have finally changed my diet to a very healthy and balanced one. All fresh meats, vegetables and fruits. Since I have been doing this my IBS and insides are so much better. My skin is still struggling though, to the point where I am now disfigured and if I'm being honest I am quite suicidal because of how I look now. Is it possible that the overgrowth of yeast could be causing my skin to be so bad? I have arrived at Candida and having yeast infections because…

  • Reply milliondollar smile June 30, 2016 at 7:37 pm

    Can chronic bad breath be linked to candida ?

  • Reply Aakriti July 15, 2016 at 5:51 am

    Could needle like pain in the abdomen be associated with candida/parasites? I've taken antibiotics for acne and I've noticed that I get prickling/needle like pains (sometimes after eating a meal, and sometimes it's there beforehand)? Thank you.

  • Reply toma Miller July 26, 2016 at 1:08 am

    Thank you for your time I'm over wight and I been feeling very sick for the past 6 month I do need help I weight over 300 lab I want to learn how to eat healthy I just want to feel better and be around my kids for a long time I'm only 38 years old and I feel like I'mbkilling my self slowly I had other mental problems and anxiety and depression is two of them can you HELP. me please? what diet works better for get better? Thanks 🙂

  • Reply Punjabi Shair July 31, 2016 at 8:06 pm

    you are awesome . i dont know what should i say. but you are simply awesome . may you live long and stay blessed

  • Reply nathaniel aranole August 5, 2016 at 6:43 am

    If candida dies off to quickly , how do you get rid of the the toxins it create and will you feel tired and sweat a lot?

  • Reply starlight August 10, 2016 at 2:22 pm

    Thank you ! Thank you so much. God bless you.
    I have almost all signs. For years I didn''t know the problem of my symptoms and now everything is cleared up.
    Thank you

  • Reply Barbara Mowrey August 23, 2016 at 4:49 am

    I have thrush after black mold exposure, many antibiotics, very sick, couldn't breathe, mold spores pinched my skin causing sores, & had just recovered from a large hobo bite, tea tree, took 2 yrs; a vegetarian 30 years, now vegan since hobo bite 2 years. I have always been thin, but teeth fell out when in hospital w/ diabetes 2006, the day I also quit smoking cigarettes, never again. No alcohol since 1992 with my job as a professional singer. Now at 65, I have fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, & had migraines since the age of 20, stress level is extreme, always alone, no help raising my children who do not respect me. I'm synonymous w/ a nun since 1998. No dates at all, no good men to clean up after, lol. Married 5 times & divorced all because of mental abuse. Money was/is never enough. Judges forced me to accept minimum child support; They live nearby; grandchild I raised, 18 next year!! I digress w/stress. What can I eat as vegan on SSA? Chronic Constipation all my life.

  • Reply Foogi, Lord of Kitsunes September 4, 2016 at 11:51 am

    Should I be worried that the yeast on my face and a in my ears a little

  • Reply bella svensson September 16, 2016 at 5:21 am

    Hello. I wonder If you have any tip for facial redness. I have facial  seborrheic dermatitis.

  • Reply egmjag October 8, 2016 at 3:44 am

    I'm 50 but because I am a latent developer, people think I'm in my 30s. I began developing a reddish brown patches on the right side of my upper chest when I used to work out with very old weights when I was 17. I believed that it was the source of my problems. It was hardly anything but it gradually began to spread underneath my forearms but again, just a little bit and hardly noticeable. By the time I turned 20, the blotches spread a little more throughout my chest and stomach but still not very noticeable. A university doctor examined me and even scraped parts of my affected skin and examined the material. He said that they couldn't determine what it was and gave me skin cream. Instead of improving, it got progressively worse. By my late 20s, the blotches were all over my back and near the the corners of the upper part of my legs in the genital area. I went to several Korean doctors while I lived in Korea and they did little to help me. One even said to forget about finding out what I'm allergic to because it will be like opening a Pandora's box. I noticed that throughout my life, I tended to take lots of antibiotics. In fact, it got so bad one time in 1988 that 5 penicillin injections failed to take care of a bad flu I had. So now I have decided to get rid of this once and for all. I quit taking any kinds of grains, sugar and fruits (except prickly pears and pomegranites). No tea or coffee either. I am following your regimen that I saw on one of your videos. This fungus (which I believe it is) never used to itch until about a few years ago. And it's hardly a problem.

    I believe that what I have can be eliminated because while living in Korea, I went to a Chinese-medicine doctor who told me to eat nothing but pumpkin porridge for one month for breakfast, lunch and dinner. All the skin problems disappeared, so he said that it was evidence of a food allergy. I think it's candida because I used to suffer from bad sinus problems and headaches almost all my life. I used to eat a lot of cream of wheat with canned milk for decades. I stopped that many years ago and instead ate a hot quinoa cereal with black rice bread. My mother also was under a lot o stress when I was born along with another twin. She actually died for a few minutes when she gave birth to us. So I believe her illness and stress had an impact on my health. I never drank or smoked but I ate a lot of sugary foods for many decades. I started to change my diet about 15 years ago. Now I don't suffer from most of the problems I used to suffer from a lot and I rarely get sick. But the skin problems persist. When I hold up any one of my arms against the sun or any light, I can actually see that the patches are a mold or fungus of some type. Those affected areas tend to be raised up on my skin, as if it they were islands on an ocean. I also have two really bad toes in which the nails are lifted up and there's a lot of white powdery stuff imbedded between the nail and skin. Other toes are not affected, just two that are close together on my right foot. I sometimes wonder if I have another condition but i believe it's candida and definitely fungal related. I've been on an anti-candida diet for almost a month, but I hadn't eliminated certain foods that I think are bad for me. Now I'm eating only the kinds of foods you suggested. After I finish eating the remainder of the prickly pears and pomegranates that I have, I will cut off all fruit for at least a week or more. This is a lot to write but I believe the more information you have, the better.

  • Reply Gavin Thorpe October 17, 2016 at 12:14 am

    hi, there wondering if you could help me I'm a 28 year old male who has had problems wiv lower right quadrant pain since I was 19 wich seemed to be triggered with alcohol consumption then certain food after years of misdiagnoses & negative tests ie ultra sound and xray on abdomen I was finally given a endoscopy of my lower colon this year again clear but 2 months ago I was struck down with emense chest pain anxiety and panick attacks sweats arm pain nerve spasm in face and jaw I was a smoker but I can no longer do so as it hurts my chest I'm coughing up clear flem with brown specks I Have a rash on my finger the nail has raised dots on it wich is spreading across my hand and other fingers it carms down almost disappears the burns up blisters and returns also ear popping and pain and leaking also thrush on tounge rash on face dry scalp all sudden odd and distressing symptoms I've been given anti depressants trips to a/e trips in and out of doctors who think I'm crazy 😣 please help

  • Reply Decowood October 22, 2016 at 9:56 pm

    Dr Tough Love, but a real sweet man, pardon the pun.

  • Reply Julian Ulriksen November 14, 2016 at 8:51 pm

    Just jam-packed with information, every single video ! Each video is a Blessing

  • Reply Sudi Assinety November 30, 2016 at 1:11 pm

    I need help after making love I feel alot of pain

  • Reply DEE December 6, 2016 at 6:28 am

    hi doc.. i just wanted to ask I've got a white tongue with teeth marks on the side and my tongue tends to bleed and I spit out blood I went to the doctors and they said clean my tongue it really pissed me off because I've had this about a year n half I think its malabsorption and candida not sure on top of that I get acne on my cheeks but they look like black spots I don't know were to start to recover please can you help?? and does candida spread to your lungs??

  • Reply mataloha December 9, 2016 at 12:27 am

    This is fantastic. I just wonder why fungus has gone undetected and un-noticed for so long? And I'm curious if there are good fungus, because there are yeast in kefir which is a probiotic product. Is there a lab test for gut fungus?

  • Reply Maya girdy December 23, 2016 at 5:58 pm

    Does this affect the period cycle.?

  • Reply Armando Zessar December 23, 2016 at 11:36 pm

    Apples cider vinegar are full of saccharomyces and the PH are acid,the best condition for candida overgroth

  • Reply Tuning in with Sïárräh January 1, 2017 at 10:20 pm

    I don't feel pain but I got to go poop every second but when I go poop it splashis everywhere I blot everywhere

  • Reply Tuning in with Sïárräh January 1, 2017 at 10:21 pm

    dose that mean I have warms 😶😐😐😐😐😑😑😑

  • Reply Reuben Hofer January 8, 2017 at 4:22 am

    Hi Eric, your videos are interesting and helpful. I have had yeast overgrowth for 9 years.went to Mexico to see a doctor . she prescribed Micostatin a diet same as yours.problem I have is the medication upsets my stomach . just taking 1teaspoon a day . is that normal?(thinking about getting your supplements.)

  • Reply Thisiknow January 10, 2017 at 5:29 pm

    HI Sir
    Is there anyway Candida can cause hairloss? And are allergies related to Candida? Please let me know on both these questions. Thank you so much….

  • Reply Very thoroughbred . January 20, 2017 at 7:57 pm

    What are tests foe this please?

  • Reply Alien from Mars February 12, 2017 at 3:57 am

    Hi eric. , i've been suffering from this fungal infection in my groin area since august 2016. Tested negative for all known stds. The first doctor only gave me bacterial antibiotics which didnt help at all because i knew it wasn't bacterial anyway, i used clotrimazole and even monistat 7 , tee tre oil and coconut oil. It has improved a little but not gone completely , and lately my penis became so red and irritated. I dont knkw what to do ! Doctors only give me diflucan and clotrimazole but they dont seem to clear my symptoms. I'm desperate

  • Reply MrD Hanwell February 14, 2017 at 1:07 am

    Do you think Halitosis is a yeast infection?

  • Reply Cynthia Ennis February 19, 2017 at 11:38 am

    Love it…warm turkey! 😃
    Severe chronic stress since 6yrs old. Now 52. Have drastic diet already! :/ Yep…most of these symptoms. Thank you for this video! You nailed it! Very hard when one cannot work & or get out of bed & no family or support system.

  • Reply Cynthia Ennis February 19, 2017 at 11:46 am

    Chitosanase enzyme??

  • Reply john terry February 19, 2017 at 11:06 pm

    awesome video from Canada here too hope all is well down there for ya

  • Reply Paul D Green March 9, 2017 at 3:08 am

    I have been light headed or dizzy for about three weeks.. I have ruled out heart and lung problems FYI (long story). But I have a question. The past couple days my dizzy/lightheaded spells have got worse, mainly as I eat and drink even water and accompanied by some nausea. My back has been very tight as well and seems to be causing nerve pains in my legs and neck.

  • Reply M R April 1, 2017 at 4:11 pm

    "Don't eat your main meal in front of a Horror Movie…" Hahhahhhhaaaaa, brilliant!

  • Reply Sean April 12, 2017 at 6:46 am

    I changed my diet to lose weight the past 12 months. I lost weight, people noticed. I am eating 125g of raspberries, two bananas, and a handful of peanuts and almonds for breakfast. For lunch, 160g yoghurt (150 calories) and 125g raspberries, another handful of nuts. So same breakfast/lunch every day for 12 months. For dinner, meat and vegetables. I also drink 500ml diet soda every day. I now have oral thrush, white tongue. Pharmacist gave me nystatin. I am confused how I got this problem when I removed candy from my diet, removed bread, etc. so confused. 5 days of nystatin, tongue is feeling much better

  • Reply MIchael Harrington April 17, 2017 at 6:56 pm

    If it is on the penis, use a creme called Man1 Man Oil. It contains moisturizing and antibacterial vitamins and nutrients that will keep the skin clean, smooth and irritation-free. It is an awesome product that has helped me out several times over the years. Cheers, fellas.

  • Reply Leon Dawson April 18, 2017 at 1:11 pm

    Please do another video emphasizing/explaining the tinnitus/candida connection and cases that you have treated. There are a lot of people suffering out there. You're a legend.

  • Reply Lisa Greenhalgh April 26, 2017 at 4:24 am

    the only thing I can't get is boric acid powder I live in uk

  • Reply Carlos Krueger April 29, 2017 at 11:11 pm

    I've started to Stop drinking Milk…And more into fruits and vegetables…And Meat to twice a month…Can smoking be bad on Candida??

  • Reply gplus46 May 13, 2017 at 2:14 am

    why does water cause belching?

  • Reply mbelhanin May 15, 2017 at 2:58 am

    Sir, your the Best doctor out there… I will definitely try your supplements as I'm experiencing all those symptoms… thank you sir!!!

  • Reply ankita ahuja May 23, 2017 at 9:13 pm

    I dont have other symptoms only symptoms I have is dandruff, facial adult acne and sweating. Do I have candida? Is it ok to take candida cleanse tablet without testing candida?

  • Reply Julian Hamilton May 31, 2017 at 3:02 pm

    Will oregano oil work?

  • Reply Zach M June 5, 2017 at 3:45 pm

    Morning Doc,

    I'm hoping you will get back to me. I've got an extremely painful rash under my armpit I believe is from candida. It started out a small red, and itchy area that grew and took over my entire armpit. It's been progressing for the past 4 months, and at this point it's unbearable. My skin is badly cracked and it will puss clear fluid occasionally. It is now spreading to my left armpit, which is scaring the hell out of me.

    I've cut sugars, alcohol, starchy carbs for the last week…I've added coconut oil, probiotics, recommended foods, apple cider vinegar, grapefruit see extract, pau d'arco tea, bentonite clay, oregano oil, and a gallon of water daily to my diet. My pits, if anything are just getting worse.

    I do not feel ANY other symptoms of candida, such as bloating, gas, brain fog, depression, energy, or libido problems. Growing up I did eat a lot of sugar, and know as I'm older it's less sugar and more beer. I exercise regularly, am a healthy weight, and consider myself "healthy" overall.

    I am seeing a ND in a few days for diagnosis, but if the diagnosis is Candida, I will be getting on Canxida ASAP. I would like to know your take beforehand, have you ever seen a skin rash as I described? I can send a picture if you'd like.

    Hope to hear back soon,
    Zach

  • Reply Lucy Djohan June 6, 2017 at 12:28 pm

    Thanks Eric Bakker, this video is incredibly insightful and detailed. You are great! Keep the videos coming

  • Reply Cristine Esparrago June 16, 2017 at 9:53 am

    i took fluconazole yesterday. i have itchy skin from last night to today. it seems worst now than yesterday.

  • Reply fernnyfeen July 28, 2017 at 4:04 am

    What about halitosis?? Could it be a sign of candida? I have horrible nasty breath it's messed up my life. I will follow everything you have suggested in your videos but I want to be sure if my bad breath is caused by candida 🙁

  • Reply Gee Gee Hall August 4, 2017 at 4:22 am

    Hi Eric just found your videos I want too know if kefir is ok for me too drink too get rid of candida naturally?

  • Reply Janet Foster August 6, 2017 at 12:01 pm

    Hello doctor. I was prescribed antibiotics for a sinus infection two months ago. After taking the course of antibiotics, I noticed my upper respiratory allergies got much worse. In one instance, I became allergic to something I had no prior allergies to . Can candida cause allergic rhinitis?

  • Reply Sherri Stallings September 16, 2017 at 3:10 am

    Thank you. I now know I'm not crazy.

  • Reply Kevin G September 16, 2017 at 6:18 am

    Excellent video!

    I always wondered by what mechanism Candida causes head pain. The notion of referred pain in the skull and face via the vagus nerve and other cranial nerves is reasonable; especially for facial pain. But Dr Bakker said that the skull cap and eye pain are caused by liver overload. So my first thought is that the connection is biochemical through the blood stream and not directly neurological. I would like to know the pathway which creates pain in the temples — it was the very first symptom I had in 2013.

    I wonder if head pain can also be due to actual fungus or other microbes living in the skull that are well protected by a biofilm. The head pain flair may be triggered when something happens in the gut (a psychological stressor, chemical irritation to the gut tissue, or food signals to the gut microflora) which causes neurotransmitters/cytokines/hormones/quorum-sensing-molecules to be sent out directly from the gut tissue or from the gut microbiome into the blood and then carried to the microbes in other parts of the body like the head? The microbes in other body parts then could change their form and behavior from innocuous to pathogenic.

    I have experienced a time when I felt a squirt in my gut — I assumed that it was just gastric juice being shot out by the gall bladder — and within a minute my whole body became tight and in pain. The change in my body tone happened so fast that I attributed it mostly to a neurological path. It seemed like the squirt made something in my gut unhappy (my tissue or the microbes) which sent a nerve signal to my CNS via the vagus nerve and my CNS responded by sending chemical or electrical signals out to the body. The possible pathways from gut disturbance to symptoms in other parts of the body could be many and not just one!

    How leaky is my gut (rhetorical)? I would also like to add that a gut is not necessarily leaky due to damage to the tissue layers. An infection can be deeply embedded in the tissue and alter the behavior of neurons, the tight junctions and also increase mast cell populations in the gut tissue, which all combined, greatly increase a neuro-immunological response. Findings have shown that the longer that an infection stays in the gut the more the gut tissue may be permanently changed (too many mast cells in the gut lining) and hence food sensitivity remains even after the infection(s) are reduced/eradicated.

    If quorum sensing is a common symptom trigger then a complementary treatment obviously could be a medicine to disrupt the quorum sensing mechanism which my also inhibit growth or even alter a microbe's form to one that is more easily destroyed or simply non-pathological. The latter would be ideal if there presently is no way to destroy a microbe such as a microplasm or restore our cells back to their original form after they have been altered by an infection.

    Lastly, the hygiene hypothesis suggests that we have eliminated beneficial parasites that suppress our immune system in a good way. If that is the case then I would conclude that beneficial parasites have evolved with us to tolerate the natural anti-parasitics and anti-biotics that we have been consuming during our human existence. But still, if I come down with a critical case of bacterial meningitis then please give me the modern anti-biotics and hold off on the tea tree poultice.

    To your health!!

  • Reply Kendell Lolley September 23, 2017 at 6:18 pm

    Thank you.

  • Reply tfr51 October 5, 2017 at 1:32 am

    Thanks for the great information, primary care doctors just want to prescribe pills to treat the symtoms. At one time I had serious bloating and gas, I told him about my lack of appetite and informed him about what I consume like muffins, candy, mostly sweets so he sends me for ultrasound looking for tumors.

  • Reply A Q October 9, 2017 at 1:59 pm

    Eric – thank you – you are a STAR, a God send to SO many people! Keep doing what you're doing Doc. Your words of wisdom, common sense, and kindness and concern for people ought to be scribed in GOLD and your protocol ought to be taught in 'medical schools.' I was to become a 'GP' but god's plan took me on another path – to think that I could have become a typical GP prescribing pain killers and antibiotics, steroids and vaccines……diagnosing Candida patients with psychotic illnesses … This almost happened to me but my GPs always seemed afraid to tell me on my face that I was mad (probably cos I looked and sounded like I'd punch them in the face – which I almost did on many occasions lol).
    Sending much gratitude and greetings of peace. A very lucky to be alive Candida/parasites/acidity patient from the UK.

  • Reply Lana Poulliot October 24, 2017 at 12:23 pm

    Really enjoy your videos; thanks for sharing your expertise. I'm at the point where I know I have to cut out sugar and carbs. My tongue is always white coated, my gut makes me look 6 months pregnant, I'm tired a lot, I get sinus infections.

  • Reply GoNuts! November 17, 2017 at 7:33 am

    Thank you! Wonderful, sincere, down to earth and lots of information.

  • Reply Candida Crusher December 19, 2017 at 9:57 pm

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  • Reply Vicky Traversa December 22, 2017 at 2:21 am

    So glad I found you. Will be buying as soon as can. I'm a mess!

  • Reply t north January 28, 2018 at 2:41 am

    i had all teeth pain 3 months ago i used a mineral toothpaste at the time

  • Reply Parmjot Basra February 10, 2018 at 10:12 pm

    Hi doc, where abouts are you based in New Zealand ?

  • Reply Ziko Power April 23, 2018 at 1:39 pm

    dr I what if our body smell like urine or poop??is that part of candida I'm 17 male I had this symptoms last month it really ruin my life….I hope dr can help me….

  • Reply Ruby Le May 15, 2018 at 2:21 am

    Can you get Candida before pregnancy and have abdominal pain for the past 3 years?

  • Reply Eddie Diesel May 20, 2018 at 1:22 am

    Thanks for the info. I have just purchased the Candida Remove from Nampa.I couldn't find it locally.

  • Reply Adesh Persaud June 2, 2018 at 12:37 am

    hi Dr can u help me in healing h-pilorie

  • Reply Heather Scott July 16, 2018 at 4:20 am

    Hi, thank you for the video. How does one know what type of candida one has? I was alerted to my candida overgrowth by a rash near mouth/nose, and then under breasts. I treated with supplements and got it under control, but it has returned, along with a scaly raw sore on the back of the ear. Should I assume it is c. albicans because it most common, or is it recommended to try to determine which type it is, and how is that done?

  • Reply James Ha July 20, 2018 at 1:25 am

    Hi Doctor. First I want to say, I love your channel and I've been spending time watching your videos. I have not been diagnosed with Candida yet but I suspect I have it… worst case alcoholic liver cirrhosis… So far i've been to a general family doctor, she says my bloated belly isn't ascities(thank god), my full blood lab work came back fine, and my ultra sound test showed no abnormalities… I'm still not entirely convinced and do plan on visiting a different doctor to get more test done.

    In the meantime I wanted to ask you about red palms. Along with the many other symptoms i've been experiencing. One of the most worrying to me are my red palms… I've read all over the internet to see if this could be related to Candida overgrowth in anyway but all I can find it is one article talking about it and the other 99% are pointing to liver cirrhosis. Have any of your patients experienced something similar?

  • Reply DeLana Lucas July 26, 2018 at 9:04 pm

    What is the name of the liquid to put on your tongue to reduce the sweet cravings? Jimneveia suvesta ?

  • Reply cherryl September 1, 2018 at 1:26 am

    i am SO glad you covered the nasal snorting as a sign. it all makes perfect sense now. mine is behind my uvula. a single cup of  yogurt triggered the growth (exactly like you explained) a couple years ago and i have not been able to get a satisfying swallow ever since. i sometimes spend hours snorting backwards to clear my uvula for all this time, every day, no relief. can i scrape the yeast off my uvula with any kind of instrument? does applying coconut oil directly to the yeast kill it?

  • Reply Ashley Jayy September 5, 2018 at 11:16 am

    What causes the skin crawling feels like there are bugs on my skin I cant take I want to die!

  • Reply Asli Abdul September 14, 2018 at 3:32 pm

    OMG This is serious 😯😟

  • Reply Dymond Bell. November 12, 2018 at 11:29 pm

    Thank you!

  • Reply Tyler Stockdale November 17, 2018 at 6:59 am

    These videos are the absolute best source of information about candida on the internet! I love the way they are presented as well. Eric does a fantastic job!
    I have a question for anyone with an answer. So my doctor probably thinks I'm crazy at this point and often writes me blood charts stating 'everything is on there'. I almost get the feeling he doesn't know what I truly want testing for.
    Today I asked if he could test for candida and the blood chart he gave me only included minerals, hormones and other basic things. (Mind you, I'm certain I found the answer to my digestive stress as I do have a white tongue).

    If I were to get testing done right, what things should I opt for? I believe immunoglobulin antibodies are needed for the blood test, including agA, agG and agM. What other things should I ask for? I'm sure some kind of stool test should be done. Maybe a urine test too? Thanks for reading my rant and sorry in advanced. ^_^

  • Reply Eqnox Ibarra January 8, 2019 at 1:55 pm

    What cream is he talking about ? Can anyone help?

  • Reply Leticia Cobarrubias February 15, 2019 at 6:03 am

    Hi dr. I just subscribed 😊 I was wondering how do I get rid of the bad breath? Overall I also have the symptoms you talk about. Please help.

  • Reply lee buckingham February 19, 2019 at 5:26 am

    Are the supplements from America? I assumed when you said your. I could source here.

  • Reply Julia Lindsay February 26, 2019 at 3:25 am

    have you heard of people have heart flutters and thinking they are dying by overload of candida- I have had bloat, upper belly, burping farting, weird taste in mouth- help

  • Reply L H April 19, 2019 at 10:39 am

    Thank you for all the information

  • Reply heavenisreal May 17, 2019 at 7:02 pm

    Dr. Banker, how do u get rid of uti that isn't caused by e-coli? Aren't all uti's a form of strep?

  • Reply Martha G May 22, 2019 at 1:56 pm

    Hi can you develop an alergic reaction to the canxida restore?

  • Reply Martha G May 22, 2019 at 1:58 pm

    and can you still take canxida restore and canxida remove even if you don't know if you have candida?

  • Reply Martha G May 22, 2019 at 2:03 pm

    I've been taking them both for two weeks and a half, but I feel like I m alergic to it. I just take one of each one in the morning with breakfast, and a canxida remove at lunch, and the I take canxida restore before bed time. I don't know if I'm taking it right. Can you please tell me if I'm taking it correctly? Or should I stop talking it.Or take less of it? Thank you.

  • Reply Martha G May 22, 2019 at 2:04 pm

    I had my ears cleaned yesterday because they were itching to much.😒

  • Reply Martha G May 22, 2019 at 2:05 pm

    So my doctor said it was an alergic reaction to something

  • Reply Martha G May 22, 2019 at 2:05 pm

    So should I stop taking it?

  • Reply Martha G May 22, 2019 at 2:06 pm

    He told me to take Claritin ?? I didn't take it yet

  • Reply Martha G May 22, 2019 at 2:07 pm

    I need advice on this…

  • Reply Ison Neowise June 12, 2019 at 11:22 am

    Volume problems

  • Reply TheBelegur June 23, 2019 at 6:50 am

    I have developed a food sensitivity to diary and eggs, I have fatigue daily, and I have scratches that spontaneously
    appear on my skin. I have typical environmental allergies I take an OTC like Zyrtec. I have tried to limit carbohydrates
    and sugar. I have days of constipation followed by loose stool or diarrhea and often feel like I am going to throw up when
    finally using the bathroom. I am trying supplements and dietary changes. What do you suggest?

  • Reply Andrea Wimer June 26, 2019 at 1:56 am

    Can candida travel? When I do the diet and eat garlic my feet break out in athletes feet. Is it moving out of my gut?

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