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What Is The Difference In Treating Leaky Gut Compared To Treating Candida

August 22, 2019

Greetings. New Zealand naturopath, Eric Bakker.
I’m the author of Candida Crusher and also the formulator of the Canxida range of supplements.
I have a question here from a man called Angelo Macradakus. Angelo sounds like a Greek guy.
I really like Greek people. I used to have a lot of Greek patients when I practiced in
Brisbane in Australia many years ago and I really enjoy Greek festivals and Greek culture.
“Hi, Eric. I just want to say thanks for all your amazing content. Your videos have been
extremely helpful alongside your book. I was just hoping you could make one of your extensive
videos on what the differences are with the lifestyle, nutrition and supplementation when
dealing with leaky gut as well as Candida, as opposed to just Candida, if there are any
at all. I greatly appreciate this. Thanks for your good work. Keep up the good content.”
Angelo, this is for you, my friend. Not just because you’re Greek and I like Greek people,
but also because it’s a very valid question. What is the difference with treatment if you
look at lifestyle, nutrition and supplementation with leaky gut as opposed to Candida?
People with leaky gut and, in fact, many people have got leaky gut. I would go as far to say
anyone who lives a diet based on western diet and lifestyle principles will have leaky gut
to some degree. That’s because we all tend to eat food that contains some element of
chemicals, preservatives, emulsifiers, all these sort of things in our food, including
antibiotics, artificial sugars, they seem to permeate our lifestyle and diet to a big
degree. Unless you’ve got an extremely austere lifestyle and you eat everything completely
100 percent unprocessed and you grow all your own food and live on a farm and where a straw
hat and don’t have electricity and drink pure water that’s been purified and all this sort
of stuff, you’re going to get some kind of element of chemicals into your diet. That
can affect the membrane or the gut of the diet.
Some people have got seriously bad leaky gut. How do you know you’ve got bad leaky gut?
If you’re drinking alcohol on a regular basis, you will have leaky gut, period. If you drink
alcohol every day, you will have a major leaky gut problem. We know that. If you take pharmaceutical
drugs, you’ll have leaky gut. You could be taking pills for headache, arthritis pain,
NSAID, what we call non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. You could be taking drugs to block
acidity of the stomach like Nexium, for example, omeprazole. You could be taking anti-convulsants.
You could be taking antibiotics. You could be taking anti-depressants. Any pharmaceutical
medication that you’re on in time is going to cause leaky gut. If you’re in that category,
welcome to the leaky gut club. If you’re eating commercially raised poultry, you’ll have leaky
gut. If you’re eating grain fed beef, you’ll have leaky gut.
How do I know all this stuff? It’s because I’ve been treating patients now for such a
long period of time. I’ve done so many of these lactulose and mannitol digestive permeability
tests that I’ve worked out that people who eat and drink like this will have leaky gut.
Leaky gut predisposes you to a whole raft of potential different problems. It’s one
of the major things that can underpin a lot of autoimmune disorders. These are diseases
where the immune system starts attacking itself. No known cause they say. Well, welcome to
the club if you live in the western country. I doubt that leaky gut is a condition that
affects many people who live in underdeveloped countries, particularly people who live in
India who just eat lentils and rice. These people don’t go to the corner shop and buy
a can of coke every day. They don’t have energy drinks, Red Bull for breakfast. They don’t
have fries for lunch. When you’re living a lifestyle based on an indigenous person who
is living a very simple lifestyle, eating a very basic sort of diet, I doubt very much
if you’re going to have a strong degree of leaky gut.
But let’s talk about the treatment differences. I don’t really think there are a lot of differences
between treating leaky gut and treating Candida. The principles in my mind are the same. The
big thing I like people to stay away from with leaky gut are the foods that have a high
potential for allergenicity in the body. I tend to put people with leaky gut on a low
allergy diet approach. Same thing I do with Candida. I tend to put people with leaky gut
on a no-alcohol diet. Same thing I do with Candida. Probably the big difference with
Candida and leaky gut is we’re dealing with a yeast infection. We’re dealing with an immune
system that has a little bit more twists and turns about it than a person with digestive
permeability. With digestive permeability also I would expect a much more allergic potential
to the diet than I would with Candida. Many Candida patients can, for example, tolerate
gluten. They can tolerate different types of foods that some food police say they can’t
tolerate. Trial and error will tell the Candida patient that. Whereas with leaky gut syndrome
and I know the person has got very bad leaky gut, I would be a lot tougher on their diet
than I would if I had a feeling they had Candida and a very mild case of leaky gut.
How do I know the difference? Easy, I look at the case history. Has the patient been
on antibiotics for a long period time? Does the patient have a huge amount of gut related
problems that may not necessarily be Candida? How can you distinguish between Candida and
leaky gut? Do a stool test. If you’re in doubt, do a permeability test where two sugars are
basically assessed where a person basically drinks some sugars, particularly sugars, and
then we can basically assess what comes out of the urine to see what’s being held back.
There are different tests you can do, but I don’t do the intestinal permeability test
anymore because I find that everybody has got leaky gut to a degree. It just varies.
Some people have got it worse than others. I think the stool test is a more valid test
for determining a wide range of digestive problems. Generally, you’ll be surprised how
many people think they’ve got Candida when, in fact, they haven’t got Candida at all.
They’ve just got bad bacteria and a low level of beneficial bacteria. These are often the
people who have got serious leaky gut problems. I can pick leaky gut in the stool test without
looking at the sugars, lactulose and mannitol, to see what aberrations as far as they’re
concerned. How I would treat leaky gut if it was just
purely on its own compared to Candida? I would be tougher on the patient, a lot tougher.
I would probably also be looking a lot more at the fermented and the cultured foods. I
really like the person to get into some kefir, tiny bits of kefir and yogurt, and I’d probably
have a stronger element of probiotics and digestive enzymes in the diet, as opposed
to the Candida patient. The Candida patient I would tend to work a lot more with antifungal/antibacterial
approach. The leaky gut, I wouldn’t do it so much unless a stool test warranted that.
I would tend to look more at digestive enzymes and probiotics.
When it comes to the lifestyle, Angelo, what I would certainly recommend for both camps,
leaky gut and Candida, is to assess the element of adrenal fatigue in the patient. If you’re
very tired and you’re worn out, you’re fatigued, you wake up tired, you’re fatigued in the
afternoon, you’ve got blood sugar problems, you want sweet stuff all the time, maybe some
memory loss, confusion, sleeping disturbances. So if you’ve got the typical adrenal fatigue
pattern, especially if it’s really bad, that definitely needs treatment and that will help
the leaky gut to a large degree by getting the stress hormone cortisol balanced. I find
people with good cortisol balance have got a much easier ability to get a handle on their
leaky gut as opposed to people who are adrenally fatigued and who are not diagnosed or that
element is not corrected and they’re purely treated for the leaky gut. I find that they
can stay like that for years. But if you correct that adrenal fatigue pattern and particularly
if they’ve got hypothyroidism and hypoadrenalism, if you correct that alongside their leaky
gut, i.e., correct the lifestyle along with the diet, you’re going to get a really good
result and a much quicker outcome. It’s going to save the person a lot of money and a lot
of misery. The lifestyle is a very, very important to get sort, which could underpin a lot of
adrenal issues with a lot of people and often does.
Many patients that I see that have been sick for years have got adrenal fatigue and it’s
generally never assessed, it’s never treated, and purely the gut is treated. So many doctors
I know out there who just basically are one trick ponies. They’ll look at one particular
thing. “Oh, it’s all Candida. It’s all mercury. We’ll get rid of all the mercury fillings
and you’ll be cured. It’s all gluten. Stop eating gluten and the hemorrhoids will go.
Stop eating gluten and you won’t hate your mother-in-law anymore.” All this sort of nonsense,
you know. Don’t fall for the one trick pony practitioner. It’s important that you understand
that people get dysfunction on multiple levels. Many people with leaky gut and Candida have
got an endocrine imbalance as well or a hormonal imbalance. For females, it can affect them
a bit differently than for males. If in doubt, these things need assessing by a health care
professional. I know I’m carrying on a lot here, Angelo,
but you can see there are a lot of issues at stake here when it comes to leaky gut syndrome
and Candida. Especially if the patient has been sick for many, many years. Generally,
unresolved long term leaky gut and Candida will mean an element of hormonal dysfunction
that remains unresolved. The unresolved hormonal dysfunction will generally mean unresolved
lifestyle stuff. Things that haven’t been fixed up. Again, it comes back to lifestyle.
In my book, I write a lot about this that 75 percent of recovery is lifestyle. Three
quarters. This is why a lot of people don’t take it seriously because you aren’t going
to make a lot of money giving people advice, as opposed to selling them pills or tests
or drugs or surgeries or stuff like that. When you spend time with patients and actually
work out where their problems are and to help them or assist them, give them some guidance,
so that they can correct these issues, then you’ve done a great service for that patient.
That was a long winded reply I hope to your question, Angelo. Dealing with leaky gut as
well as Candida as opposed to Candida. So you are going to find some cases of people
with yeast infection on its own with leaky gut, but more likely most people with chronic
Candida, especially intestinal Candida or vaginal yeast infection or serious jock itch,
will usually have leaky gut as well. Just remember, leaky gut, think more of along the
lines of healing the gut, reducing the inflammation, getting the bacteria right again. With Candida,
look a little bit more at an antifungal approach. Getting the bacteria right. With a leaky gut,
look more at getting the digestive enzymes working more efficiently, upper GI and pancreas,
to help break foods down, stop them from affecting the permeability of the gut too much.
Check out my product called Canxida Restore, which is an enzyme probiotic I specifically
developed for leaky gut and Candida. It works quite well. Whereas, the Canxida Remove is
the antifungal/antibacterial product that is going to help cleanse the gut. Get rid
of all that crap. Both of those products work quite well together.
Thanks for your question, Angelo, and I do miss the Paniyiri Greek Festival I used to
attend quite a lot in Brisbane. I really enjoyed the Greek culture, the music and the food,
and maybe one day I can go to the Greek Islands and really enjoy that. Thank you so much.
Bye, bye, there.


  • Reply Angelo Makrynakis January 5, 2016 at 4:00 am

    Thank you so much Eric, I really am grateful for it. I especially respect how much focus you put on lifestyle in all your videos, including this one. I've taken in all the main points specified in this reply and will definitely go to town on them. I do have another question if that's ok, I have just recently started taking canxida remove and restore and have been feeling better. In addition to this, aside from probiotic rich foods and such, would you recommend anything like glutamine or other products? I've also heard you speak about vitamin c for its ability to strength the immune system and to ease possible reactions until fully healed, would you recommend any one product or brand in particular.

    Thanks again
    P.S looking forward to the launch of canxida production in Australia this year.

  • Reply Kale Mussel January 5, 2016 at 4:25 am

    I always wanted to know answer for this question. Greatly appreciated sir

  • Reply Kale Mussel January 5, 2016 at 4:30 am

    Everything you say makes so much sense. For instance it's so easy to get food here its everywhere compared to say India. And I find Indian cuisine to be healthier for me than my western diet. thx for doing these videos

  • Reply Caroline Clarke January 5, 2016 at 9:10 am

    Great video. Could you do one on how to treat adrenal fatigue?

  • Reply felicity ly January 5, 2016 at 9:40 am

    hi eric, great video ! I've been watching your videos for a while now. I found out i had polycystic ovary syndrome 3 years ago, I'm trying to figure out what it is exactly, because i don't want any other underline problems down the track. over the last year and a half I've develop a few food intolerants including some grains and dairy. could this be a link to candida or leaky gut? if so what should i do? are you able to make a video about it?
    your videos have been great help and i really appreciate all your information.

    thank you

  • Reply Gd Snuff January 5, 2016 at 12:14 pm

    Can you make a video about how you perform your online consultations? I mean, how do you treat and test people when doing this online? I actually want to consult with you about my issues. Thanks!

  • Reply ProChessPlayer January 5, 2016 at 5:38 pm

    Thank you

  • Reply quistuhpha January 6, 2016 at 11:00 pm

    Hi Eric,

    I saw one of your posts on CureZone mentioning titrating or doing things differently per-se dosages type breakthroughs rather than follow the norm.

    I am looking to devise a one month full-impact/strength treatment plan rather than a gradual one.

    During a one month period I was thinking of taking CanXida Remove 3 times a day and 250 Million CFU probiotic a day the first half of the month, then 500 Million CFU a day the second half. I'm interested in your thoughts on the amounts of both items, or the impact-fullness you see. Perhaps less or more, or increase to 750 Million CFU a day the last week?

    I believe I have had Candida the past 2-3 years, and more recently Leaky Gut and Adrenal Fatigue. I have been following the Candida Diet and amateurishly taking a variety of antifungals and 12 to 50 to 100 Million CFU probiotics the past 2 months.

    Look forward to your thoughts Eric!

  • Reply quistuhpha January 7, 2016 at 3:50 am

    Or could you do a video on high dose probiotics, maybe the length of such etc.?

  • Reply Kieran January 8, 2016 at 9:33 pm

    Hi Eric, I have really bad leaky gut and candida. I have a reaction to gluten,grains, nuts and eggs. making my diet a real struggle at the moment I'm only eating meat and vegetables, would it be okay for me to have small amounts of potatoes?

  • Reply Arjun Chowdhury January 10, 2016 at 6:20 pm

    Dr. Eric thank you very much for all your videos on gut health! They are the best videos I have ever seen on gut health! If possible, would you kindly post a video on the differences between sibo and leaky gut in the symptoms and treatment plan. Thank you so much.

  • Reply Wendy The Runt April 17, 2016 at 12:07 pm

    I've been suffering for over 6 years. I am almost certain I have severe leaky gut. I plan on getting the lactulose and mannitol test . But you say you don't bother with the test anymore because everyone has it to some degree? Would you say it is worth just to see if I fall into the severe end of LG? And then I have some type of objective reference to improve upon?

    I almost want to get just to show all the doctors that said LeakyGut is nonsense.

  • Reply Almendra Rosas May 1, 2016 at 4:58 pm

    Hello Doctor, I am finishing my second week of the first stage on candida crusher. All throughout the first two weeks( my period included) I did the GSE treatment along with the GSE rinse, I have some good days and some bad days where it itches too much(last night), you recommended to do the treatment from ovulation until my m/p was gonna for 3-4 cycles. Now Doctor, I will do that but do you recommend to do another treatment in between the GSE(ovulation through M period) so I can kill yeast infection? Thank you in advance !

  • Reply marsha k May 9, 2016 at 10:17 pm

    Hi is there a dr you can recommend for me in Florida? I live in tthe Bahamas and cant really fly to where you are.

  • Reply marsha k May 9, 2016 at 10:17 pm

    I suspect I have leaky gtu and adreanl fatigue. Im not doing well on the l-glutamine

  • Reply marsha k May 9, 2016 at 10:19 pm

    Would canxida restore help leaky gut?

  • Reply Jennifer O'Donnell June 13, 2016 at 4:51 am

    Hi Eric, I am waiting on delivery of your tablet and now realise it maybe more than just candida. A dietian did the poo test and told me it is candida, so not sure if it showed anything else. My symptoms are itchy skin and brain fog and l lack of energy. Through diet and some probotics I have managed to get over insane itching all over, to arms and legs in patches. Toe nail fungus is gone. Do you think your range of 3 tablets and diet is going to be sufficient or do I need address something else. Over the last 3 years I have seen allergist, dermatologists, doctors and all with no cure. I believe you are what you eat, and found the dietian was the only one to make a difference. I have not ordered your book as yet but will do so. Does it cover other related problems including candida?

  • Reply dawid klang August 19, 2016 at 4:00 am

    hi Eric. im pretty sure igot sibo. leaky gut.biofilm and low beneficial bacteria. what dosage would u recommend i take canxida remove restore rebuild everyday? i now take it 1 each in morning and after work 1 remove 1 rebuild and then before bed 1 restore should i amp up the dosage?

  • Reply ### December 3, 2016 at 8:42 pm

    hi Eric, great video, thank you for sharing your knowledge. Do your offer consultants? look forward to your reply.

  • Reply ### December 4, 2016 at 8:25 pm

    thanks Eric! I will take a look and follow up in due course.

  • Reply Asima Siddiqui December 15, 2016 at 7:13 am

    Hi Eric… Your videos are amazing. You have a wealth of knowledge and I really appreciate you making it available for everyone. I've had leaky gut ever since I've known but just mild symptoms. Last year I started to get acid reflux a lot and burping a lot. Through IGG test I found out that I was intolerant to Cow's dairy. So I stopped taking all sorts of dairy for about 4 months. I have gradually introduced goats dairy (goats brie cheese and yogurt only) and feel fine. Hardly any acid reflux anymore which is great. But it's the burping I cannot get rid off. I am 9 year insomniac and my sleep improvement fluctuates. sometimes I get ok sleep and sometimes no sleep. I take probiotics and digestive enzymes on regular basis that have helped with my gut problems. I have noticed that I always have light phlegm at the back of my throat and have had it ever since I've known. (which is unusual because I hardly ever get flue) – my diet is really good. I am going to stop alcohol for next 4 months. I am eating a very balanced diet but going to bed late (but I wake up late as well as I am not working). I've promised myself no more late nights and have succeeded for past couple of nights. I am doing breathing exercises. I am doing yoga nidra when I go to bed. That sometimes help. I am doing all the right things. I really want to get rid of the burping. What sort of stool or blood tests would you recommend I should get done? Or anything else that I should do to see improvement when it comes to burping because to me that indicates there is still something wrong and I just don't know what it is and what I should do.

  • Reply Linda February 8, 2017 at 10:49 pm

    Hello Eric. Super interesting topic as usual. So glad you mentioned the lactulose mannitol test. I had that test done a couple of years ago because I suspected a leaky gut due to a sudden onset of allergic reactions to almost every food I ate after overconsumption of aspirin during a period of 5 years.The result of the test:normal lactulose,VERY high mannitol and a normal ratio between the two sugars. According to the lab I didn't have a leaky gut. What is your opinion? Would you agree with the lab? I also have very low SIgA in stool. I can still only eat a couple of foods without breaking out in rash. I'm in very much pain. I would appreciate any ideas. Thank you!

  • Reply Gunilla Engstrom February 23, 2017 at 6:56 pm

    Hi I have extra Sounds in My head ( tinnitus ) which get higher after meal, headache and nerves triggs. Sometimes My whole body reacts, Do I have leaky gur or candida?
    Gunilla / Sweden

  • Reply mbelhanin May 13, 2017 at 6:32 pm

    Does Black seed oil combined with apple cider vinegar good for fighting candida as well as fixing the guts?… greatly appreciated!!!

  • Reply saeed Moeini July 27, 2017 at 6:37 am

    I live in Vancouver, Canada and I'm suffering from a very acute case of Psoratic inflammatory arthritis, which I now understand to be caused by a leaky Gut Syndrome. Can you help me please? do you have skyp treatment sessions and do you see patients in person? I need help, I'm doing pretty bad. Thanks

  • Reply Matthew Swain August 17, 2017 at 12:25 am

    Will antibiotics cause leaky gut or candida

  • Reply Sunflower Girl October 9, 2017 at 12:47 am

    Wow!!! THANK YOU for this video, it really helped, I had this question and couldn't find the answer anywhere. Very thankful for your channel and hard work, God bless you:)

  • Reply Michael Cutburth November 2, 2017 at 3:52 am

    Hello Eric, 
    Thank you so much for all this information.  I live North of San Francisco in the US and would like to work with a practitioner who might support me with leaky gut/candida/adrenal fatigue (potential combination) whom I could trust to address the situation as comprehensively as you yourself do.  Could you recommend anyone?

  • Reply Kier Collins November 28, 2017 at 3:51 pm

    Hi Erik, Is your website down at the minute? The supplement link above doesn't seem to be working

  • Reply Candida Crusher December 19, 2017 at 9:55 pm

    Check my range of candida supplements here:

  • Reply T Snell December 30, 2017 at 4:31 pm

    Hello Eric . I would like to thank you for your videos. I suffered from ibs for 30 years. After applying your information to my life. I'm over 95% healed . The other 5% is due to my cheat days. Please keep posting videos . You are a life saver.

  • Reply Jennifer Greene January 14, 2018 at 4:14 pm

    Thanks for your videos, so helpful! What if you have SIBO, Candida and Leaky Gut? Would you suggest treating all three at once? My stool test showed I had high levels of Candida, and as well as low level of beneficial bacteria and other bad bacteria. I definitely have leaky gut too – I'm gluten and dairy intolerant (autoimmune issues). I have also have severe weight loss recently so concerned about diet. I do have hypothyroidism and also acne roseaca too (hormonal imbalance). Would your Candida supplements help all three?

  • Reply Beyza Aydın February 12, 2018 at 11:04 am

    I suspect Candida and Leaky gut. First I think it is all because of possible leaky gut and I planned to go to a hospital to test it. Because the doctor I went last week only gave pill for constipation and acid reflux for belly gas. I didn't use them because I know there is a root causes this issues.
    What kind of tests I should have done doctor? I'm so confused and stressed about it 😥😥

  • Reply Gunilla Engstrom February 24, 2018 at 11:08 am

    Hi Thanks for your videos!! Unfourtunately I can’t Take citricidal grapefruit extract that’s in Canxida remove When I’m on setranil 25 mg. What do you suggest ?
    Greetings from Gunilla

  • Reply Rob Lewis February 25, 2018 at 9:04 pm

    I'm sure I have candida, leaky gut and SIBO. I've already tested for weak stomach acid. They're all really closely related. Your videos are a huge help.

    I've just started my journey in healing and so far I find that apple cider vinegar and digestive enzymes are very helpful. About to start L glutamine, too, and get back on a probiotic. And will definitely look into your Canxida range. Thank you.

  • Reply Simple Me April 9, 2018 at 1:59 am

    I had a over growth of yeast in my hair,and the ordor was sour. L glutamine, D3 and k2 is what I'm using.

  • Reply Dawn Oliver April 15, 2018 at 1:16 pm

    I am so thankful for your long winded reply as you put it. I needed to hear it ALL. Wish your supplements were available in South Africa.

  • Reply Irina Kedem May 9, 2018 at 11:14 am

    how do you treat person with both candida and leaky gut?

  • Reply Songbird For Jesus June 30, 2018 at 1:46 am

    Can you recommend a book, website etc that would help me with burned-out adrenals

  • Reply Ralou Larou July 31, 2018 at 6:10 pm

    Im greek! thank you for your beautiful words

  • Reply nii aryeetey August 6, 2018 at 5:03 pm

    No one is safe😂😂😂😂

  • Reply D P August 12, 2018 at 4:14 pm

    I've been wondering about this for a long time. Ty! Can you work with a stool test other then from Genova? And would you work with someone that can only eat 6 foods? I can only eat mostly fruit, blended up. Mostly bananas 😥 thanks

  • Reply JAVIER ALEJANDRO SEMINARIO ALZUGARAY August 23, 2018 at 4:25 pm

    I've got a feeling you are about to save my life. Thank you for your work and for sharing your experience.

  • Reply Andre Bonner September 12, 2018 at 9:34 am

    Thanks Eric, learning so much from your videos (have chronic, long term gut issues, will ask my Naturopath about your insights as they make a great deal of sense) 👏👏

  • Reply Victoria O September 24, 2018 at 4:47 am

    In the U.S. there’s so much propaganda surrounding organic and healthy food. Mention auto immune disorders and leaky gut to your doctors and they’ll treat these things like they don’t exist at all, or they’ll treat them as if they’re great mysteries. Our health culture is pure capitalism. There is absolutely no rush to find a cure for anything here.

  • Reply Davey Morgan September 24, 2018 at 10:52 pm

    I thought it was one of your best videos.

  • Reply Anna October 22, 2018 at 10:23 pm

    Thanks for such an informative video. Can you do one on how you go about treating adrenal fatigue? I find lifestyle change is effective, but something is missing.. maybe some sort of supplementation?

  • Reply HeatherIsh vsg November 5, 2018 at 11:16 pm

    How do I get tested the way you off near me for leaky gut and Candida? I have so many gut problems the past 4 years and I'm sure i have both of these issues or at least 1. My Dr wont test me for anything. Keeps saying just add fiber and a probiotics.

  • Reply Amba Skeete December 12, 2018 at 2:53 pm

    Welcome to the club 😂😅

  • Reply Ryouko Misato December 17, 2018 at 12:28 am

    Where I live the possibility that u can get organic grass fed no antibiotics meat is like 0% 🙄

  • Reply Kirk Arnold December 17, 2018 at 4:03 pm

    I have been wondering about this same question for a few days. I was just going ask this question so it was perfect timing however I'm not Greek but the only Greek I know is Yanni the musician I really enjoy his work too.
    so thank you for all your input work and advice carry on.

  • Reply 144000lightworker Andrea December 20, 2018 at 4:23 pm

    Brilliant video! I'm suffering from die off symptoms right now and it's terrible. I have leaky gut, parasites, psoriatic arthritis, lymphocytic colitis, anxiety and depression. Your videos give me hope! God bless you for being a REAL doctor and truly helping others instead of poisoning people with pharmakeia.

  • Reply Me & Mini Me January 25, 2019 at 3:09 am

    Do you give personal advices over Skype ? I would pay for your time

  • Reply umar hayat February 5, 2019 at 9:44 pm

    U r awsome sir
    Ur way of explaining and also giving the solution to cure is remarkable
    I think after following u no one need to consult any one …

  • Reply Biggie Shawty February 22, 2019 at 12:29 pm

    Thank you, this is exactly what I needed!

  • Reply The Martin Ann Podcast with Wanda Ann Martin March 22, 2019 at 2:06 am

    Commercially raised poultry and grain fed beef can cause leaky gut? Well darn! I tried to go vegan, but I find that if I don't eat meat at least once a day, I keep feeling very hungry and unsatisfied. 😭

  • Reply The Martin Ann Podcast with Wanda Ann Martin March 22, 2019 at 2:14 am

    I have been researching natural remedies for arthritis and found a video that briefly mentioned leaky gut. I searched for leaky gut symptoms and came across your vid here. Actually, this is the 2nd vid I watched of yours. So first, I appreciate you for doing these videos.👏👏👏 I see that you have tons and tons of them. You must have been doing this for years now.👍Question… Are there natural remedies that you recommend for seasonal allergies?

  • Reply The Martin Ann Podcast with Wanda Ann Martin March 22, 2019 at 2:52 am

    "Stop eating gluten and you'll stop hating your mother-in-law." Too funny!😂 You've definitely got a new follower here, my friend. I've been making healthy lifestyle changes, as I need a lot more energy now that I'm working on entrepreneurship and producing videos on YouTube, etc. So I will be watching many more of your vids.👍

  • Reply Gity Talbot April 2, 2019 at 3:14 am

    Hi Eric, I love your videos, I had mold under lino in my bathroom for 8 years not knowing it !!!! I become very sick my nails were falling off the doctor gives me lots of antibiotics it did not do any good, they test a lot at Hospital they couldn't find anything they write it to my doctor not to send me there anymore!!! And they said they didn't know which cancer do I have. I want and researched to cured myself that was 4 years ago, I am 90%good it is not bad for 72 years old!!! how do I know which hormones I have to take? GOD SAVE YOU, YOU ARE A LIFE SAVER. I live in England how can I see you? When do you come to London?
    DO YOU?

  • Reply Eifion Phillips June 10, 2019 at 10:41 am

    Bone broth is great for a leaky gut but cheaper to make yourself with grass-fed beef bones.

  • Reply Eifion Phillips June 11, 2019 at 11:17 am

    Candida, when spread around the body, lays spores like a worm lays eggs. Spores will lead to more and more candida and unfortunately, antifungals will get candida down but cannot reach all candida as it hides in tissues and antifungals will only reach certain areas. Try listening to Isochronic tones on Youtube as well as using antifungals as frequencies can be used to treat a lot of health issues, i used them for sore throat, flu, sinus issues and they worked so i have faith in these. Look for Isochronic tone for fungus and parasites too as these can go hand in hand. Avoid going back on a normal diet for at least 6 months after you do the candida spit test and it is clear, this is where people's hard work will be ruined. Sugar is the big culprit and antibiotics so swap sugar for Xylitol If you have candida bad you will always be prone to it coming back so I'm afraid a lifestyle change for the good is the only option. Make sure to test for low Vit D, iron and zinc as candida and parasites will reduce absorption but zinc will not show up in blood test so order zinc test online it's accurate as i have used and treated myself with this, i took L-Optizinc on Amazon. Vitamin D solution containing K2 is the best to raise Vit D and only taken at meal times for proper absorption.

    We need to take these daily to Magnesium, B12 and iodine. We are all deficient in iodine because of fluoride in water and bromides in plastic kill our iodine off which is important as it is a natural antibiotic and kills infections in the body eg candida. I take Lugols 5% iodine solution daily and has helped my gums in a big way. Magnesium comes for the soil from vegetables but here in the UK we are low so we are all deficient and so are other countries apart from Eygpt and they have the lowest cancer rates in the world why? because Magnesium is needed for new healthy cells and gets rid of bad ones. B12 is another we don't get enough from food and is vital to take oxygen around the body and can lead to anemia and dementia later on in life, you may take in high dosage as your body pees out any excess you don't need. Also, our bodies need to be Alkaline and candida cannot survive or cancer in an alkaline environment. Bicarbonate of soda and most vegetable raw make the body alkaline, meats and dairy make the body more acidic that's why raw vegetables and fruit are good for you to Alkaline the body. You can purchase Ph testing strips on Amazon to test how acidic or alkaline your body is. Bicarbonate of soda taking 1 tsp in a normal glass of water will oxygenate the candida that it hates and alkaline the body quicker than eating just raw vegetables which nobody really wants to do.

  • Reply Chris Fuller July 6, 2019 at 6:37 pm


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