Obviously, the problems associated with candida overgrowth are the same as other gut problems. Why?
Stomach issues go in pairs. Candida overgrowth usually goes with bacteria imbalances (overgrowth).
Bacteria overgrowth frequently goes with an irritable bowel. And irritable bowel with all sorts of issues
usually goes with heartburn and reflux.
It is more often than not that all big stomach/gut problems stem from the same underlying causes. This step will help address the wide range of cross over issues. If a
person is struggling with something like severe constipation, diarrhea, or heartburn/reflux then that
issue(s) should be addressed before doing the program for out-of-control candida.
Always start improving gut health by looking at whether step 1 is needed before going to step 2. This applies to ALL gut and health issues. Failure happens when a person starts at the wrong spot with gut health. Jumping the gun with a false start causes discouragement and frustration. Of course, the products matter. But even the best products don't work as well as they should if they are started in the wrong order.
In some instances, the best products may appear to exasperate the issues one is having, which immediately makes one think things are getting worse when, in fact, things are working.
With gut health starting on steps 3, 4, or 5 in the process rather than step 1 can be uncomfortable. In many cases, starting on step 5 of a 10-step process won’t help
things get resolved as fast as they should.
How long does one need to stay on step 1? With constipation, diarrhea, heartburn/reflux, or a
combination of them, I personally like to see someone have about 4 weeks of things going well before
moving on to the next step.
If a person has a combination of issues (for example, constipation & reflux), then they should combine the suggestions for constipation and reflux. For further questions or suggestions on heartburn/reflux, please send me a DM.