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Will A Candida Cleanse Kill Parasites?

August 19, 2019


Greetings, Eric Bakker. Thank you for checking out my video. It’s good to be back, I took a bit of a break,
nothing like a break. I’ve got lot’s of stuff to go through today,
and again, many different types of questions that I get through the Candida Crush YouTube
channel. So, gonna reply to a few of these. The first question I get quite regularly asked
is, “Will a Candida Cleanse kill parasites?” That’s a very good question, and there’s no
one simple answer to that question. That’s like you’re asking me, “Will the sun
shine tomorrow?” You know? Your guess is as good as mine. But what I can tell you, many cases I see
of people with parasites either respond initially to treatment or don’t respond. But, I don’t generally focus hard core on
parasites when I first see a patient. Especially if they can afford to do a stool
test. Now not everybody can do that, ’cause a stool
test, a very good one through a reputable US lab like Genova Diagnostics or Doctors
Data, is gonna cost you about 2 or 3 hundred dollars. Now, for some people, that could be a whole
years wages, for other people they could earn that in five minutes. So, it’s difficult for me often to work with
parasites with people if I haven’t completed with that patient, a proper stool test. So, let’s make the assumption that you have
been able to afford the stool test, you know, particularly three days in a row. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or, a day apart
is okay, but we ideally want to asses the stool over a several day period. You know, it’s a really good idea to do that. Parasites have life cycles, so if your very
keen on checking up with parasites, a good thing for you to do is to get a test done
on multiple days. Doing a test on one day is not sufficient
to detect a parasite. All right? But, in saying that, if you’ve had very bad,
you know, loose bowels, you’ve been traveling maybe to a third world country, and you know
you’ve got a parasite, you absolutely know you’ve got one, because before you went to
the Caribbean or Bali or whatever, your bowels were fine, but when you got back home it was
bad. You went to the doctor, you had one single
stool test, a parasite was revealed. That’s a different ball game from what I’m
talking about here. You know, what I’m talking about is will a
Candida Cleanse for parasites, perhaps you’ve had a parasite for a long time and you’ve
got, we’ve done a stool test, we find a parasite, particularly like it could be dientamoeba,
blastocystis hominis which is so common today, I see it about probably 60% of stool tests. So, let’s just assume you’ve got blastocystis
in all 3 stool samples, and then I’m interested in looking at the remainder of the microbiology
profile to see what you’ve got. Show me your hand. It’s like playing poker. There’s week hands and there are strong hands. Now, you can’t bluff your way out of this
one. Because you’ve got all the right symptoms. All right. So, let’s just say you’ve got some yeast in
your gut, you’ve got some parasites in your gut, you’ve got low levels of beneficial bacteria. You may have multiple dysbiotic bacteria that
need treating. So what the hell are we gonna do? We’ve got all this stuff there, you know? All these bad guys there lingering about the
room. Who we gonna point the finger at first and
tell to leave? Doesn’t work like that. What I tend to do is look at the strength
of the stool test and the weaknesses. I tend to look at the strength of the patient
and their weaknesses. You know, I look at their occupation, I would
look at their lifestyle with their eating, different things like that. But it’s not usually a good idea to go hellbent
straight out on the parasite, if in the gut you’ve got bigger fish to fry, if you know
what I mean. Let’s say you’ve got multiple species of candida
in your gut, and you’ve got candida and you’ve got low levels of beneficial bacteria. You’re symptoms are very important. So, the practitioner should take a close look
at your symptoms, and a close look at your diet, and make up his or her mind what their
going to do first. The bigger the problem, I’m not gonna argue
with you, the bigger the hammer required. But I don’t like hitting people on the head
with a sledge hammer when they first come to see me if they’re very week, if you get
what I mean. Sometimes people need building up first, before
their gut needs tearing down. So there’s no simple answer to this. But this I can tell you from experience, is
go easy. Take it nice and easy. Don’t take 25 different types of antimicrobial
stuff to try and wipe it all out. It’s not that simple. An intelligent approach is required on a candida
cleanse to eradicate parasites. I’m at the point now where I don’t generally
treat blastocystis straight up, I don’t do it. I will usually go for candida first, dysbiotic
flora like citrobacter or psuedomonis or klebsiella, I like to get rid of those guys, I hate those
guys. They go, and then I don’t have to shift, so
I like to go for them first. And guess what? Often when we do that, the blastocystis gets
weak, and it will drop in the subsequent tests from 3, you know, hits in each sample it will
often drop back to one, or two. So we’ll only find it in one or two samples. But if you really want to get it down to one
sample in a subsequent test, get the beneficial bacteria up and running by eating the right
kind of foods. It’s not just all about probiotics, you need
to eat the right food. Eating good food, for example steamed vegetable,
you know, some lean proteins, build that gut floor up and up, so it’ll become so powerful,
blasto will just take a hide. It won’t like it. I’ve seen that in many cases. And naturally you’ll need to eat around what
you can and can’t eat, but to recap on this, it’s not easy. But it also doesn’t have to be complicated
to do this. Don’t have a primary focus on parasite. Focus on the integrity of the gut in general,
improve the diet. Look at something like my candida remove product
which I designed for parasites, for candida, and for dysbiotic flora. It’s one of the only products I know on the
market that will work on all three. You don’t need to take in high dose, but it
will work nicely in the background, especially when you improve your diet. I can easily say that 70% of people I work
with, with blastocystis get rid of it. You don’t have to have a parasite like that
all your life. And there could be another parasite too, like
dientamoeba. So get the gut in a strong healthy powerful
position, same thing as your bank account, if your bank accounts in a strong powerful
healthy position, it’s much easier to have, you know, make better choices in your life
and get ahead. So, think about that. Don’t go necessarily for the parasites. All right. Thanks for the question.

9 Comments

  • Reply Kristie Hill January 23, 2019 at 8:05 pm

    Can all of this cause migraine headaches and cluster headaches ?

  • Reply Jackson Scully January 23, 2019 at 8:08 pm

    What do you mean by "building up?" As you said before tearing the gut down.

  • Reply Leon Mak January 23, 2019 at 8:32 pm

    Thanks for the video doc!

    i made a stool test with Parasitology x3 and they found +3 Klebsiella pneumoniae ssp pneumoniae and no growth on Escherichia coli.

    i had positive for blasto on 3 samples.

    i bought canxida the ultimate package for 6 months.

    im going to beat those guys 😀

  • Reply JB40 January 23, 2019 at 9:02 pm

    Do you think that candida has any correlation with morgellons?

  • Reply Alexandra Rae Fox January 23, 2019 at 9:19 pm

    Are you able to consults via the web and tests by mail?

  • Reply GᗩY ᖇETᗩᖇᗪ January 23, 2019 at 9:43 pm

    Hey Eric. I’ve seen some papers stating that black pepper is effective at treating Candida. And I think it’s true since I cured my chronic fatigue with it. But, the white stuff on my tongue are still present so they are still there in fungal form. I’m just eating red meat, apple cider vinegar, salt and black pepper. That’s it. It wouldn’t be enough to get them back to yeast form or would it? Thx for all the videos.

  • Reply Thomas Rutjes January 23, 2019 at 10:37 pm

    Sir, I've had a coated tongue for years, but I really don't know what it is. I use a tongue scraper twice a day (and my tongue is clean after), but still at the end of the day there is a coating on my tongue, not very thick, but it's a coating especially on the back of my tongue with a yellowish/orange color. It also gives me a bad taste. I also think I have some digestive problems, because I'm farting a lot on some days and my belly makes some weord noises. I know it's not the best information, but do you have an idea of what it can be!?
    Thanks for taking the time to read this/respond!

  • Reply Kamlesh Dwivedi January 23, 2019 at 10:55 pm

    What is effect of chlorinated water on body

  • Reply kurt andrews January 24, 2019 at 12:55 am

    eating two cloves of raw garlic in the morning will do the trick after a few weeks. mince it up really good. let it sit for 15 minutes and swallow it like a pill with water to wash it down.

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