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Best Alcohol For Candida Diet
Hey please suggest me best probiotic brand for yeast overgrowth ( candida ) and best brand multivitamin for fast recovery i'm on candida free diet thx?
No single best: There's no one best probiotic or multivitamin for everyone.I advise a heat-stable probiotic with multiple strains and at least 20 billion per capsule-good brands include Renew Life, Advanced Naturals,PB8 and Prescript Assist. See http://www.yeastinfectionadvisor.com/probioticsforyeast.html Also many good multi's including UltraNutrient by Pure Encapsulations and Garden of Life Mykind Men's Multi. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
refers to all the physical matter humans (like all living creatures) must take in on a recurring basis; only partially for energy. Like all life on planet humans are open systems which keep tearing down their structure & require intake of atoms/molecules from which to rebuild their structure. Intestinal lining cells replaced ~every 3 days. CaPO4 in bones ~every 6 years, ...Read more
How effective is acidophilus complex for gerd/acid reflux? Will it also help with reflux from alcohol?Recommended daily dosage & active culture count?
Probiotics R 4 colon: "pro"-biotics are good organisms for your colon (unlike "anti"-biotics which kill bacteria) & include: lactobacillus, acidophilus, bifidobacter, sachromyces boulardes, to name a few. Most are available over-the-counter & need to be taken daily to maintain the probiotic organism population. Benefits include: less gas, regulated bowels, prevent infections, improve digestion, decrease inflammation. ...Read more
An MD: Visit might put one's mind at ease. Coexisting medical conditions often require an adjustment of any conditioning program to lower the potential risks. That said, the best program will be the one that will (1) allow for consistent engagement (usually based on one's interest) and that (2) supports the desired goals..Strength, aerobics, endurance, and/or any combination. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It depends: 1. Be certain symptoms are caused by sibo. See health care provider, have hydrogen breath test (test does have limits too) if sibo documented and symptoms related--may warrant: 2. Course of antibiotic Rifaximin or neomycin if the Rifaximin is too expensive. 3. Improve bowel motility 4. Consider diet such as low fodmaps diet for ibs or, possibly, scd. ...Read more
Inc HSL ; use Shakes: A suppl that stim the release of hormone sensitive lipase (hsl) is the best like hsl-accelerator, more info from me for you at [email protected] Best diet is one that uses meal repl shakes, like robard nutritions nutrimed shakes, soups, ; bars. These allow low cal rapid wt loss w/ no burning of muscle which spares your metabolism allowing you to maintain the wt loss. ...Read more
Depends: The U.S. Food and Drug Association has studied the effects of caffeine on the body and determined that "Moderate" caffeine intake was safe (Less than 300mg per day). Safe does not mean it is good and healthy however. There are concerns about caffeine and the effect it can have on bone loss, and it can affect other organs as well (heart/intestines). http://www.medicinenet.com/caffeine/article.ht ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Non-spicy, low-fiber: A bland diet (soft, low-fiber, non-spicy) may include: lowfat milk and other lowfat dairy; cooked, canned, or frozen vegetables; cooked or canned fruit such as applesauce or canned peaches; white flour breads, crackers, and pasta; refined (lower fiber) hot cereals, such as oatmeal and cream of wheat; tofu; soup broth; mild tea; lean meats, such as poultry, fish, and seafood, without added oils... ...Read more
How much fat should our diet have while on Accutane for best absorption? Normal diet or special diet (high-fat meal) for Accutane absorption?
What multivitamin is side effect free ? What whole food multivitamin is good for yeast infection and if our diet is not including fruits and vegies ??
Nothing for Sure: There is no multivitamin, supplement or medication that can be said to be side effect free for sure for everyone. You could have adequate levels of one of the vitamins & get toxicity or be allergic to an additive. That said look for a USP certified vitamin & men generally should avoid iron. We over supplement! For yeast infections, can try a probiotic or live culture yogurts. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Low calorie: Weight loss is critical for PCOS. There are several approaches. One would be a lower carbohydrate diet since you are already having issues with your insulin levels. Elevated insulin levels associated with PCOS can impede weight loss. You could also consider the Mediterranean Diet as this has been shown to help with metabolic disordered patients. ...Read more
Diet;Exercise: Best daily diet for diabetics is diet without sugars, low carbs, low saturated fats, more fruits and vegetables, legunes, tree nuts.I personally recommend all diabetics to consult a dietician and follow the diet strictly as it is important part of therapy and exercise is also very important part of the treatmemy/therapy for patieints with diabetes.But make sure you get clearance from your docor. ...Read more
Normal diet.: Fiber is not needed to prevent anemia. Most anemias are caused by iron deficiency, especially in young women. Iron rich foods are red meat, dark green leafy vegetables, raisins and liver. The other nturients needed are B12 (mainly animal products) and Folic Acid (vegetables, fruits, nuts, fortified cereals and grains). ...Read more
It's your choice: It's a crash diet and arbitrary "this is good, this is bad" from somebody with no evidence and no qualifications. It's your life and your health. Many people find this sort of thing comforting. If you have actual health issues, get with an evidence-based physician, preferably one who shares your interest in "natural medicine" and pop claims. ...Read more
In late stages: There's no consensus on the optimal candida diet but the most important thing to avoid are sugars & simple carbs. Most experts advise avoiding all grains initially, but as one improves moderate non-gluten grains like quinoa can be used. It's best to avoid gluten (which ezekiel bread has) but towards the end can try some. See http://www.Holisticmd.Org/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/candidadiet.Pdf. ...Read more
Diet change?: The first question is why are you on the candida diet? Could be that whatever was diagnosed as candida (not a real diagnosis in many physicians opinion) is the culprit. The other possibility is that the calories you are eating on the new diet are not enough to carry you through the day. ...Read more
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Good for all: The candida diet- which is low in processed sugars would probably benefit many people, even if they dont have a particularly obvious yeast infection. Signs of yeast overgrowth could include irritability, mood swings, sugar cravings, skin rashes, bloating, constipation, diarrhea, chronic fatigue, rectal and or vaginal itching. There are blood and stool tests that can confirm a candida infection ...Read more
Get a local guide: There are various "candida diets" mostly advocated by activists without credentials or hard science. Since diet is a key part of maintaining your health, you'd do best to get with a local evidence-based holistic-focused physician who you can trust more than someone who simply wrote a book. Best wishes. ...Read more
Be cautious: This is a self-styled "candida expert", a lay activist, who self-diagnosed candida overgrowth and has encouraged others to do the same, and wrote a diet book. Most mainstream physicians are unconvinced that this is the key to a health revolution. I would suggest that instead, you for a relationship with an evidence-based holistic practitioner as your guide in a confusing area. ...Read more
No: Not yet.. If you are feeling better, slowly reintroduce non-sweet fruit in small quantities and some complex carbohydrates. Eat lots of coconut oil. ...Read more
Candida diet: Because it is bogus until properly tested. ...Read more
Soy product?: I am not aware of that, if u find the reason make it public. ...Read more
"Candida diet": Although suggested by some alternative medicine practitioners, there is very little evidence to suggest that Candida overgrowth actually occurs. There are no clinical trials that show a candida cleanse diet treats anything. However, stopping sugar and processed foods is probably a good idea anyway. No particular multivitamin is better than the others. Good luck. ...Read more
See below: Thrush is treated with antifungal topical treatmenst such as nystatin(mycostatin) liquid suspension swish and swallow or Clotrimazole troches to dissolve in mouth. If this fails oral systemic treatment with fluconazole(diflucan) 100-200mg./day will usually be curative. Disease in aids patients can be more refractory. No diet will cure thrush. ...Read more
Years: If you have a real yeast infection, diet won't help (unless, maybe, you are diabetic and loose a bunch of weight). Candida diets went out with the yeast connection years ago. Don't waste your time. You probably don't have it anyway, if it doesn't involve your private parts and you are otherwise healthy. ...Read more
I am an 18 year old girl who's dreading having to go on the Candida diet to cure my overgrowth symptoms? Is there any way to cure it without diet?
Sorry but not really: Few people enjoy going on a candida diet but it's impossible to treat well without a proper diet. Think of candida as a fire simmering in your intestines. Taking antifungals is like pouring water on the fire, but continuing to eat sweets is like pouring gas on the fire- you can't put it out if you keep fueling it. But you can use sweeteners like xylitol & stevia, and it's temporary- see comment: ...Read more
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