Are you currently taking or considering taking a multivitamin and have a Candida yeast infection, small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO), helicobacter pylori, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), food allergies, leaky gut syndrome or suffer regularly with constipation of diarrhoea?
You may well be wasting your time if you take a conventional multivitamin, as they are not targeted towards people with the kinds of conditions mentioned above. Many multivitamins available today contain inferior quality nutrients, others contain one or several unwanted ingredients that could actually make your condition worse.
Until CanXida Rebuild was produced, nearly all multivitamins were never produced as part of a highly effective protocol when it comes to the successful eradication of unwanted organisms inside your body. It is therefore doubtful that any general multivitamin pill containing only vitamins and minerals (regardless of quality) can truly make a real difference in complementing your Candida or SIBO diet and supplement protocol. Producers of multivitamins don't bother to include any antimicrobial natural medicines in their products, something we have found to be incredibly important if you want to successfully eradicate Candida, parasites or imbalanced bacteria at long-term.
At CanXida health we believe that anti fungal, anti parasitic and anti microbial herbs should be skilfully blended into a high-quality multivitamin as well, and this is why we created CanXida Rebuild.
What is CanXida Rebuild?
CanXida Rebuild is a comprehensive and synergistic combination of 32 different vitamins, minerals, special nutrients in addition to 9 herbal medicines that has been carefully formulated by natural medicine expert Eric Bakker ND to offer the most comprehensive support for those who wish to support their digestive and immune defenses against the stresses imposed by yeast, imbalanced bacteria and parasites.
CanXida Rebuild was designed to be used most successfully as part of the CanXida protocol that includes CanXida Remove and CanXida Restore.
Many studies now support the fact that a high percentage of people in most developed countries consume a lot less than the minimum daily allowance of 10 or more essential nutrients. Those with Candida, parasitic infections or SIBO are even more at risk of nutritional deficiencies.
It is vital to supply your body with adequate and balanced amounts of these nutrients because they are not only required to maintain optimal health long term, they are critical for the management of the body’s structure including optimal functioning of your gastrointestinal and immune systems, the systems that need the most support if you are to overcome Candida, SIBO, IBS, and other similar health challenges that can lead to chronic health problems in time.
CanXida Rebuild has been carefully and expertly formulated to contain the correct proportions of minerals, trace elements, vitamins and other specialized nutrients without the risk of side-effects or a toxic build-up.Each ingredient was carefully selected in terms of its absorbability, allergenic potential, long-term safety and competitive relationship with other nutrients. Certain nutrients have been included in higher amounts due to the vital roles they play in digestive support, energy production, antioxidant protection, the maintenance of health red and white blood cells, the nervous system, hormonal balance and more.
The highest quality minerals and trace elements are provided in their most bio-available and safest forms, with particular attention paid to their absorbability.
CanXida Rebuild not only contains intensive nutritional support to optimize the healthy function of the body in general, but also a blend of special nutrients and 9 herbal medicines that help support the body’s defensive immune response to the stresses imposed by unwanted microbes, parasites and yeasts.
How To Take CanXida Rebuild
CanXida Rebuild was designed to complement the other CanXida products, particularlky CanXida Remove and CanXida Restore. Eric Bakker ND recommends that you commence with one tablet per day with any meal and over one to two weeks to increase to three tablets per day, one with each meal. Some people benefit long-term from taking one tablet once to twice daily with meals, especially once their Candida or SIBO related symptoms are under control.
CanXida Rebuild can replace your current multivitamin at the rate of one tablet per day indefinitely. It is the perfect multi for those who wish to remain Candida-free for life, as it contains a 500 mg proprietary blend of some of the best antimicrobials.
CanXida Rebuild is also the optimal multivitamin for those who suffer with the stomach infection Helicobacter pylori because it contains Gum Mastic and Goldenseal, two of the best herbs when it comes to this condition. The dosage if you have an active H/pylori infection is two tablets twice daily with foods.
What You Won’t Find In CanXida Rebuild
OK, so you have started on the Candida Crusher Diet and Program and stocked up on the right kinds of foods, you have made the necessary lifestyle changes and are looking at taking kind of the most effective dietary supplements. There is one thing that you don’t really want to do to mess it up and that is taking any unnecessary additives in your dietary supplements.
Are you currently taking a multivitamin? Our recommendations are that you carefully check the label to make sure that it doesn’t contain any maltodextrin, fructose, glucose, sucrose, or prebiotics.These added ingredients could be making your Candida, SIBO, IBS, etc., a whole lot worse, and not any better.
The problem is that very few multivitamins are made with the Candida or SIBO patient in mind. For example, a multivitamin supplement might contain dextrose, which is fine for most people with good health who are looking for a maintenance multi, but it could cause a reaction ranging from mild to serious in a Candida sufferer. The same goes for people who have SIBO, IBS, IBD, leaky gut, food allergies, or those who suffer with regular bouts of constipation or diarrhea. People with these kinds of chronic conditions would be better off taking a multivitamin that is specifically designed and targeted exclusively for them.
General multivitamin supplements are made by dietary supplement manufacturers with the healthy patient in mind, and are best taken by those who want to go onto a supplement that supports their good health long-term. Many such mass-produced multivitamins not only contain maltodextrin, a standard additive to the dietary supplement industry, they also contain vitamins and minerals of average to poor quality. A quick look on many websites will reveal various multivitamins for as low as ten dollars, how can you expect to buy a quality multivitamin for such a low cost? Many of these supplements contain up to a dozen unwanted ingredients, including several kinds of sugars, flavors, colorings and preservatives that you simply won’t find in CanXida Rebuild. For this very reason, we recommend that you check that ingredient label of your multivitamin very carefully before you purchase, in case your product contains any unwanted ingredients.
Here are some of the key ingredients that you are best to avoid if you purchase a multivitamin, including any other kind of dietary supplement.
Maltodextrin is just another fancy name for sugar. It is a common fine white powder food additive that is made by breaking down starch. It can be manufactured from rice, barley malt, corn, potato or wheat.
Maltodextrin is often added to many different kinds of dietary supplements, especially probiotics, antifungals, and even to many multivitamins. Anytime a supplement manufacturer wants to give a supplement a sweet taste, he may add this unwanted ingredient. Maltodextrin is unfortunately a type polysaccharide (a kind of sugar) that can feed your yeast, bacterial or parasite problem, and if it is made from wheat, then it may not even be safe on a gluten-free diet. Did you now that Candida colonies can actually grow faster on maltodextrin that has been manufactured from barley malt than plain white sugar?
Unfortunately, maltodextrin is absorbed by your body rapidly, (just like white sugar), and can therefore adversely affect your blood sugar. Do your supplements have a sweet taste? Then do check the label for any added maltodextrin, because if this sugar is in your multivitamin then it could well be adding to your problem by feeding any underlying microbial or parasitic infection.
If you have Candida or other chronic digestive complaint, then it is a smart move to avoid any dietary supplements or protein powders containing maltodextrin, because by doing so you will be depriving unwanted bugs from one more food source.
In fact, try to avoid any foods and supplements containing maltodextrin, including cereals, salad dressings, processed and take away foods, etc.
Are there any sweeteners OK when on the Candida Crusher Program? Some say that Stevia or Xylitol are OK, but our experience with Candida suggests otherwise. Some may tolerate these natural sugars OK, whereas others won’t and will aggravate on them. Some grades of Stevia even contain unwanted added sugars! If you want to take a natural sweetener such as Stevia, we suggest that you use it separately from your supplements, that way you will be able to discontinue it if you aggravate on it, without having to stop taking your supplements.
Sucrose, Fructose and Glucose
If you have Candida, SIBO or another chronic digestive issue, chances are that you will be avoiding sugars in your diet. Why would you want to take any form of sugar in a dietary supplement? As strange as it may seem, many multivitamins can contain one or several refined sugars!
Sugar can be disguised in many different forms as we already have seen for example with maltodextrin, a “hidden” sugar that has taken many people by surprise. In addition to being aware and avoiding maltodextrin, we also highly recommend that you avoid sucrose, fructose as well as glucose, ingredients that are commonly found in many commercial multivitamins.
Glucose can sometimes be listed as dextrose, and you may even be surprised to find different kinds of sugars in probiotic powders and blends. We also advise caution with Stevia, a natural sweetener which is sourced from a plant commonly found in South America. Many different brands of Stevia have been found to contain added maltodextrin, glucose and even sucrose. Remember to read the label, and avoid any multivitamin containing Stevia.