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Why I Recommend Lactobacillus Acidophilus DDS 1

August 28, 2019


Hi there. It’s Eric Bakker, naturopath from
New Zealand, author of Candida Crusher, and the formulator of Canxida, the Canxida range
of dietary supplements. You may be familiar with Canxida Remove. I’ve just created Canxida
Restore. Canxida Restore contains seven of the best enzymes I could find for people with
gut problems and yeast infections, but also small intestinal bowel overgrowth, and all
kinds of gut disorders. It also contains the six best beneficial bacteria, including lactobacillus
acidophilus DDS 1, which I’m going to speak about today.
The acidophilus DDS 1, the Department of Dairy Science 1, is probably one of the best researched
of all the lactobacilli beneficial bacteria. Dr. Khem Shahani spent over 20 years studying
this one beneficial lactobacillus, lactic acid loving, beneficial bacteria. Khem has
his roots in food science. Khem studied the effect of bacteria on food many, many years
ago in the US, and probably was one of the world’s leading researchers in his day and
probably still is today for lactobacillus acidophilus.
The DDS 1 is a human strain of beneficial bacteria. It’s the only one that was awarded
a patent for its resistance to antibiotics. It’s probably the only lactobacillus that
has a resistance to antibiotics, which is very important for you to remember if you’re
taking antibiotics. This is not going to be killing off or affecting this lactobacillus
acidophilus. There are over 200 research papers that have been published on lactobacillus
acidophilus DDS 1, so ranking it probably one of the most important of all lactobacillus
acidophilus probiotics that you can take. And probably the only one you seriously want
to take if you’re interested in the science base of beneficial bacteria and the research
that exists. There are several reasons why lactobacillus
acidophilus is so important for the body. One of the most important ones is it helps
the body produce lots of B vitamins. Folic acid production, B vitamin production occurs
with very good levels of lactobacillus in the stool. A three or four plus is what we
would find in your stool report if you had high levels of lactobacillus acidophilus.
The B vitamins are very beneficial for carbohydrate metabolism and energy production. Most people
who are tired have got very low levels of lactobacillus acidophilus. Most people with
cancers have got very low folate levels. By having these beneficial bacteria, you’re going
to dramatically reduce your chances of developing fatigue, cancers, and many different types
of diseases for that reason. Acidophilin is a type of chemical produced
by these bacteria. It’s a very powerful antibiotic that has been shown to be effective on over
23 different types of pathogenic bacteria alone. It’s more potent than tobramycin, gentamycin;
many different types of antibiotics don’t even come near the strength of the acidophilin
produced by these particular bacteria. Again, why would you want to take antibiotics when
you can have beneficial bacteria that actually produce several types of antibiotics themselves?
It’s crazy. Those are two powerful reasons. The third reason is the production of enzymes.
Protease, lipase, lactase enzymes are produced by lactobacillus that helps to break down
food in your gut, so you need to break it down with your teeth first, of course. The
macro particles break them down to small particles and then the micro particles will get reduced
to virtually nothing by bacteria that produce enzymes. You need lots of enzymes to break
food down properly. That’s why when I developed Canxida Restore
I put lots of enzymes in there to greatly assist in that process. I’ve got several enzymes
that help break down different types of carbohydrates, a few that break down protein and fat, so
very, very important to have lots of enzymes at the same time as the lactobacillus species
when you’re starting out trying to restore your gut. That product I developed is called
Canxida Restore. Look out for it at Canxida.com. Thanks for tuning in.

6 Comments

  • Reply Lobbie Dove September 10, 2015 at 4:02 am

    On the supplement front i have a few queries: .1 having adrenal issue indicated i understand that B12 and selenium are normally considered beneficial? 2. to aid in healing of the gut wall, L Glutamine has been described as effective? 3 is a digestive enzyme supplement imperative in some or all restorative processes? Thanks again!

  • Reply Andrew Eich November 10, 2017 at 5:25 pm

    Hi Eric – I've been on & off Doxycycline for the better part of 15 years now to treat a skin infection. (mostly in the surrounding areas of my nose)taking it as sparingly as possible (10-14 day treatments). I recently completed 10 days on the antibiotic & immediately began using Remove / restore twice daily w/ meals & a mostly clean diet. I am starting to see the skin problem return & am not sure what to do. I have pretty bad side effects taking the antibiotic, and do not want to do another dose. I really am not sure what I am doing wrong. Can you help?

  • Reply Candida Crusher December 19, 2017 at 10:30 pm

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

  • Reply Lebron James January 8, 2018 at 11:31 pm

    Is lactobacillus acidophilus the same thing as dds1? if a bottle says lactobacillus acidophilus does that mean it is dds1 or it has to say dds1?

  • Reply ElevenVexedEyes July 14, 2018 at 11:00 am

    Short, simple, and very informative. I'm glad I tuned in! Thank you

  • Reply Char H July 8, 2019 at 6:21 pm

    Hi Eric
    This is interesting to read. I just had a stool analysis. It came back very low lactobacillus species. And Candida overgrowth. I don’t eat any dairy. I’m anemic. Constipated. So tired and having an Epstein–Barr test as we speak. I catch every cold or bug. I never used to get that poorly when I ate dairy. I have acne rosacea – which has improved slightly. I eat healthy. I just don’t know what to do! Any ideas? Thanks in advance. Your channel is so informative ☀️

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