What If I Have To Take Antibiotics After The Candida Diet?

What If I Have To Take Antibiotics After The Candida Diet?

Greetings! Eric Bakker, naturopath from lovely New Zealand. Author of Candida Crusher. Formulator of the CanXida range of products. Thanks again for catching up with me today. Question: “What if I have to take antibiotics
after the Candida Crusher Diet?” This is a question I get asked from time to
time. People often get really worried about antibiotics
if they have to take them. Do you really have to take them? It’s up to you. When you get experience with looking after
your body like me, you realize that you don’t really have to take antibiotics anymore. There’s nobody pointing a gun to your head
saying, “Take these antibiotics now.” There’s nobody. The fear factor is commonly used when it comes
to antibiotics. Many, many doctors I know now hold antibiotics
back unless it’s a life or death situation or it’s just a very threatening situation. Many people will tell you that you have to
take them, but it’s really up to you. If I told you you have to drink alcohol, what
would you say about that? You’d probably call me crazy. Alcohol and antibiotics, in my opinion, have
got the same amount of destruction when it comes to the body. Let’s just have a good look at this question. What if I have to take them? Let’s look at the application. Why are you taking antibiotics? If you said to me, “I’ve got pneumonia. I’ve got a seriously bad chest infection. I’m coughing up blood. I’m very sick. I have a high temperature or fever.” There are times when you’re just going to
have to take antibiotics. I would not dispute that at all. But in many occasions, antibiotics are not
really given at appropriate times when they should be given. They’re given indiscriminately for small minor
infections like a little cut. Even for dental problems, in most cases, you
don’t need to take antibiotics. If you put a few drops of grapefruit see extract
in your mouth on a sore tooth, you don’t really need to antibiotics. If you’ve got a fever or a cold or a cough,
you can take Echinacea. There are different types of herbs you can
take. Again, grapefruit seed extract, different
natural extracts you can take that are going to be very effective. Three thousand milligrams of Vitamin C taken
two to three hourly, within about one to two days has a massive effect in boosting immune
function. All too many of my regular patients I’ve seen
for years now take Vitamin C in high dose for three or four days and knock the infections
out quicker than they would with antibiotics. Interesting? Worth a try. If you did have to take antibiotics after
the diet, don’t beat yourself up. Let’s assume that you’ve recovered. You’ve been on a Candida cleanse. You’re feeling really good. Things are going well and then you get sick
and you feel you have to take an antibiotic, don’t beat yourself up for it. Just take the antibiotic for the prescribed
time, seven to ten days. But when you do that, make sure that you’re
a good person. Don’t drink alcohol during that time. Get lots of sleep. Eat good food. Keep away from white bread and ice cream,
candy, pizzas and crap like that. Eat a very, very clean diet. As soon as the antibiotics are finished, take
a probiotic. Check out my CanXida Restore. It’s very good for restoring gut function
post-antibiotics. You would take one capsule of the CanXida
Restore at breakfast, one with lunch, one with dinner, and you do that for three to
four weeks. Your gut is going to be in better shape than
before you took the antibiotics. Don’t beat yourself up over it. Just get on with it, but don’t take them recurrently. Not a good idea. I hope that answers your question. Thanks for tuning in. Click on the link if you haven’t got my report. Thank you very much.

15 Replies to “What If I Have To Take Antibiotics After The Candida Diet?”

  1. Hey. Thanks so much for making these priceless videos. Would you be inclined to make a video on how to treat tinea versicolour? I'm certain mine is caused by my candida overgrowth, and it has reached the point where my skin is deeply affected. It's on my face too. Both sides of the cheeks and lower jaw. Now on my forehead, and spreading. Doctors were not willing to listen to me when I said I had candida, even though I have tinea versicolour which clearly indicates a yeast overgrowth in the body. They laughed at me to be exact, but did not offer to do any tests. They are useless.

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  3. My husband and I have the same view as you with regards to antibiotics. However, this past week my husband (who takes very good care of himself) got a serious foot infection that rapidly spread up his leg (he could see it traveling) and went into his lymphatic system. He ended up in the ER and was prescribed antibiotics. He took them given the circumstances and they are helping with the infection but I was wondering if there are effective alternatives God forbid this ever happens again. Also, what is the shelf life of your probiotic? I have some that I'd like to give him but I purchased them a little less than a year ago.

  4. Eric, I have been taking Canxida Remove religiously for a year, finally finding the alternative for on & off again doxycycline prescription. However, I recently had a surgery that 'required' I quit the Canxida, and begin an antibiotic (Bactrim) 3 days in advance. Its now been 30 days since i took Batrim, taking 3 Canxida remove/day (actually took 6 yesterday) my bad rash/redness in the corner of my nose that had been recurring for years is back in full force. Am I having severe die off? My diet is good – no sweets or alcohol, but i just am not seeing any improvement. Also have a lot a mucus/flem/stuffy nose symptoms. I am certain these are side affects from taking that antibiotic… but over a month has passed..
    What am I doing wrong??

  5. I have a bad gum infection. I tried tried several essential oils and it did not clear it up. I also have Celiac Disease . I have had systemic Candida for years and have pericardial effusion probably due to the Candida. I started amoxicillin and I am already feeling relief in my gums but I feel turmoil in my gut. I am paranoid about being on this antibiotic but I can't get rid of this infection without it. I don't want the infection to cause more fluid around my heart. I am taking probiotics two hours before I take the amoxicillin. My doctors don't seem to care about my problem with Candida. I feel it is something that is wreaking havoc on my body and it has been for years. I need the anabiotic for the infection for nothing else has worked and I tried many things to clear it up for four days on my own. I am taking vitamin C I am taking garlic also Should I be eating sauerkraut? Should I be eating yogurt?b. I am already on a gluten-free diet. I don't eat dairy I don't eat anything with sugar. I eat very healthy. What should I add and what should I avoid while I'm taking this antibiotic? Should I stop the antibiotic when I've only taken it two doses? I am so confused and I am so stressed out over this I feel like I'm losing my mind. Please advise! Thank you so much.

  6. What if I have to take antibiotics for H pylori? I tried the natural route for 8 months and still have it and also worked with a naturopath. What’s your take on it? I would really appreciate it

  7. Urinary Tract Infections are a pretty common reason for women to have to take them. If you have an alternative to antibiotics that work, I would like to hear it.

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